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is 30e for new h50 expensive
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post #18852 of 28251
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is 30e for new h50 expensive
Nope . I will get my h60 for 50e . So a h50 for 30e is a steal. Go for it .
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post #18853 of 28251
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And why I will always suggest Yate Loons. GTs' are good fans but when you can get better for cheaper, why? Especially when you can get YLs' in LED flavor for the same price as standard YLs'.

~Ceadder
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i'm thinking about getting some aftermarket fans for my H70 too. I don't care about the noise level of the fans just what will cool the rad. the best. anyway, i'm looking to spend about $40.00 USD for 2 fans. I'd like to buy from newegg but it doesn't really matter. Any suggestions??

Here is my current setup:

Edited by ltg2227 - 7/18/11 at 3:31pm
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Which Yate Loons do you recommend, please give me the model number.
D12SH-12(High Speed) Std. They also come in Red Blue and Green LED flavors, for higher ambient temp areas. If too loud just get yourself a reasonable Rheobus Controller like the Rheosmart. I paid $23 for my 3 channel RheoSmart controller.

D12SM-12(Mediums) are perfectly acceptable for lower ambient temp locations. Also come in the same LED flavors and are much quieter than the High Speed Silents.

But if you get the HS Silents invest in a controller for running the fans slower at idle temps and to control dB which really isn't too bad but when you're on your system for a long period of time dBs' can make you a bit goofy.

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D12SH-12(High Speed) Std. They also come in Red Blue and Green LED flavors, for higher ambient temp areas. If too loud just get yourself a reasonable Rheobus Controller like the Rheosmart. I paid $23 for my 3 channel RheoSmart controller.

D12SM-12(Mediums) are perfectly acceptable for lower ambient temp locations. Also come in the same LED flavors and are much quieter than the High Speed Silents.

But if you get the HS Silents invest in a controller for running the fans slower at idle temps and to control dB which really isn't too bad but when you're on your system for a long period of time dBs' can make you a bit goofy.

~Ceadder
Thank you you've been a great help.
    
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My waiting is over! Well, a little bit of a wait left

The H100 will be hitting Oz on the 8 Aug 2011 and less $ than I expected.

Naturally, Ive pre-ordered... Now to figure out where Im going to put it.

The easiest would be strapping it to the rear exhaust (using intake) port but I may mod my case and fit it in the twin top ports (intake).

Suggestions welcome
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does anyone know what type of screws (the ones that are holding the fans to the rad) are used with the hydro series? i'm thinking of adding a couple of shrouds, so i need longer screws, but not sure what type of screws they are.

thanks in advance
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Originally Posted by ltg2227 View Post
i'm thinking about getting some aftermarket fans for my H70 too. I don't care about the noise level of the fans just what will cool the rad. the best. anyway, i'm looking to spend about $40.00 USD for 2 fans. I'd like to buy from newegg but it doesn't really matter. Any suggestions??
These would be good. Not much time left to get them though.

@erik257 The screws are 6-32.
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Okay.

On my H60, I get temps of 36 idle and 47 stresstesting.

I think these are a bit high, and I think this is caused by the airflow of my case.

I really want the best temps out of my H60, but I don't wanna change case unless it's for another Lian-Li with better airflow.

What would you suggest? I have 2 intake fans on my H60, one intake fan by the GPU, and a huge 180mm fan to blow out the air in the middle, no side side panel on.

What could improve my temps, or should I get a new case?
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