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post #19041 of 28247
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Originally Posted by braindrain;14400169 
I think Lian Li make 120mm fan filters. Otherwise just make some out of pantyhose and rubberbands.

i wouldn't.. i'd use better filters that won't restrict airflow. Panthose is just stupid and they clog air flow too.
post #19042 of 28247
I have used mosquito net and Household screen material (the stuff they use to make window screens and screen doors) to make filters before and they are minimally restrictive (even when folded over several times) and catch quite a lot of dust. Plus they look nice and can be painted any color to match your theme. Some can even be bought in various color schemes. Plus you can get a huge roll of it for cheap and so instead of cleaning it, you can be lazy and throw it away lol.
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman;14400549 
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Try this. smile.gif

~Ceadder:drink:

Do you know how long the screws are that come with this? Right now, i need about a 3 inch screw to make my shroud config work.
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Originally Posted by lawrencendlw;14400787 
I have used mosquito net and Household screen material (the stuff they use to make window screens and screen doors) to make filters before and they are minimally restrictive (even when folded over several times) and catch quite a lot of dust. Plus they look nice and can be painted any color to match your theme. Some can even be bought in various color schemes. Plus you can get a huge roll of it for cheap and so instead of cleaning it, you can be lazy and throw it away lol.

The screen material looks nice too. I may check into it as well.
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Originally Posted by ltg2227;14400848 
Do you know how long the screws are that come with this? Right now, i need about a 3 inch screw to make my shroud config work.

The filter mounts directly to the fans using whatever you use to mount them to your Radiator. The filter itself has four screws to remove it, leaving the rest of the unit in place while you clean it. You just screw it back onto the unit when it's clean. U can use a brush to clean it or you can run it under water let it air dry to keep liquid away from the electrical connections. smile.gif

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If you need some longer screws try either Lowes or Home depot. That's where I got my screws (Lowes as my home depot didn't have any in stock). I swear that place is a case modders toy store lol.
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Heres mine cool.gif

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Wondering how to set pump at max speed, i saw that its working on 2091rpm and sometimes at 4000rpm, but cant control it (probably coz of non C. Link use) hm..Overclocked q9650 4.25ghz 1.36v goes in load close to 82C mad.gif
    
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I have to say... looks pretty awesome. I'm obviously more partial to my custom loop, but definitely a great looking option for friends and such. Now, I just need to see some temp comparisons... xD
post #19049 of 28247
(First?) Dutch H100 owner reporting in!

I ordered the H100 the same time as my 750AX and HAF 922, got those last tuesday and the H100 this morning.

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I mounted it on the top of the case, and replaced that 200mm fan to the left sidepanel.

I got front 200mm intake, side 200mm intake and the H100 as a push exhaust at the top and it works like a charm biggrin.gif

This cooler is, for me atleast, the definition of silence and performance.

My i7-870, which usually runs pretty hot, has a max temp of 42 centigrade @ stock load. (18 centigrade ambient)

I'll post some OC temps and Realtemp screens later on, but for now...

Well done, Corsair!
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Just a quick update on my new H80 going from my H50. There is a 10 degree Celsius difference. Using the same fans I had on my H50 not the ones that came with the H80. At 4.82GHz at 1.424v using Prime95 my average temps seem to be right at 60 degrees Celsius. Just a little info for you guys.

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