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Originally Posted by azure1394;14408387 
Many Thanks, will be upgrading soon to H100, look forward to your response.

Don't go pulling your motherboard out.

See my response to your question in comment #19043.
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Originally Posted by Skyler2Dope;14409245 
the fans I bought are the Thermaltake AF0026 Smart Blue LED 120mm Fan with Speed control knob. The stats are:

RPM
1,300 - 2,500 RPM
Air Flow
Max. Air Flow: 97.5 CFM
Noise Level
24.6 - 38.8 dBA

The stock fans are:

Radiator Fan RPM
1300 RPM (Low Noise), 2000 RPM (Balanced), 2500 RPM (High Performance)
Radiator Fan Air Flow
46 - 92 CFM
Radiator Fan Noise
22 - 39 dBA

I switched them from Thermaltake to stock and my temps are around 4 to 6 degrees Celsius hotter than with the Thermaltake fans. So stat wise the Thermaltake fans are better and performance wise they are better.

That's very strange considering that your Thermaltake fans only have a maximum static pressure of 4.65 mm/H20 and the stock H80 fans have a maximum static pressure of 7.7mm/H20 which should give them better air flow through a rad.
Edited by Mergatroid - 7/30/11 at 10:19pm
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post #19062 of 28251
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Originally Posted by Anth0789;14399539 
Just came in today! biggrin.gif
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What temps are you getting on that 940?
I'm also still with 1366, if the H100 outperforms the best air coolers now, I will get it with a 650D to fit it.
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i want it but will it fit in my nzxt tempest evo v2 :-S please let me know
post #19064 of 28251
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Originally Posted by moop;14397147 
650d293.jpg

650d279.jpg

http://www.overclock.net/other-cooling-discussions/1077405-got-my-h100-today.html

I'll just leave this here.. biggrin.gif

All that just looks sweet! cheers.gif
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Would you recommend using the stock thermal compound that comes with the H100?

Yes, you are not gonna find much better.
Edited by Chuckclc - 7/31/11 at 12:15am
post #19065 of 28251
I'm ordering mine tomorrow, can't wait to see some temps and reviews.
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Moop your system is gorgeous!

H100 looks nice!
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post #19067 of 28251
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Originally Posted by Raven Dizzle;14400256 
Would you recommend using the stock thermal compound that comes with the H100?

I was using at first time the stock one, but temps was terrible. So after 24 hours i changed it to IC D Carat 7 and its much better, about 10c at stress and 4c at idle (-). Weird, stock Corsair compound is pretty good maybe with mine was something wrong. But in overall im not happy with H100, i think its not working good with my oldie cpu or placement in case is just wrong. H70 was doing better at load (about 12C lower than H100!). Im planning to check other placemenent methods of fans etc.
Edited by wildfan84 - 7/31/11 at 12:41am
    
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Originally Posted by wildfan84;14411033 
I was using at first time the stock one, but temps was just terrible. So after 24 hours i changed it to IC D Carat 7 and its much better, about 10c at stress and 4c at idle (-). Weird, stock Corsair compound is pretty good maybe with mine was something wrong. But in overall im not happy with H100, i think its not working good with my oldie cpu or placement in case is just wrong. H70 was doing better at load (about 12C lower than H100!). Im planning to check other placemenent metods of fans etc.

The only thing about the stock TIM, which is some of the best stuff available, is that I believe they put too much on there. Also sometimes people do not mount properly on their first try. And if you pick up and re-mount or something you can allow air pockets. Do you have the pump running at 100%?
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Originally Posted by Chuckclc;14411049 
The only thing about the stock TIM, which is some of the best stuff available, is that I believe they put too much on there. Also sometimes people do not mount properly on their first try. And if you pick up and re-mount or something you can allow air pockets. Do you have the pump running at 100%?

Mounting the H100 on the cpu is pretty easy, there's no way to make it wrong. But yes the pump. For H70 it was ~1400rpm and yes it was working at 100% but here i dont know...its working only at 2000-2091rpm but sometimes at 4000rpm (couple of sec. and temp is lowering then) but can't control it manually i guess its automatic. I have got no idea for the pump here, molex connected to the PSU and motherboard hard with auto control off just for a check of pump speed.
    
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The pump always runs at around ~2100 RPM, but on some boards will report at 4000 RPM or more because of the way its designed.
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