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Wouldn't that be 50% chance we see it in marketplace? tongue.gif

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Has anyone used the h80 with cougar vortex pwm cf-v12hp in push/pull?

sorry if this was already discussed but way too many pages to be looking through
The Vortex fans only have 2.2mm/H2O static pressure while the Corsair H80 fans have 7.7mm/H20 (I assume both are at maximum speed).

This would indicate to me that the Vortex fans are better at being a case fan than a rad fan.

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When a company posts bullshizz specs like this

Bearing Type: Hydro-Dynamic
RPM: 800-1500 RPM
Air Flow: 70.5 / 119.8(max.) CFM
Noise Level: 17.9dB

The fan shouldn't even be considered. False advertising is blatant. Total garbage.
What's wrong with those specs? Did you measure the fan and get something different?
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The Vortex fans only have 2.2mm/H2O static pressure while the Corsair H80 fans have 7.7mm/H20 (I assume both are at maximum speed).

This would indicate to me that the Vortex fans are better at being a case fan than a rad fan.



What's wrong with those specs? Did you measure the fan and get something different?
I dont think any 120x25mm fan can produce 100+CFM at 1500RPM with such little noise. I don't claim to be a fan expert, but it looks like they were extremely generous with that CFM rating.
 
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Well, I would have to go with the specs before claiming false advertising. Although I can agree with your argument, I would have to test them before making any such claim.

The Scythe Slipstream 1900 RPM fans move 110 CFM, that's only 400 RPM difference. It is also possible they put the wrong spec in for this fan (I've seem companies do that, when they make a new spec sheet for a new product that is close to another product, so someone copies and pastes from one spec sheet to the new spec sheet and doesn't correct for the differences).

In any case, I have seen other people claiming that these are good fans, but I wouldn't use them on a rad.

I don't understand why everyone is in such a hurry to replace the fans on the H80 and H100. The stock fans may be a little noisy, but they have both high air flow and high static pressure which makes them great fans in my book. They're also fairly quiet when turned down.
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Hello hi mushi mushi!

Have an idea that I would like to share to see if anyone else think´s it will work.

Have an H70 in an HTPC chassi. What I would like to do is to connect an extra dual 120mm radiator + res tank + gpu plock to the pump system.
Is the pump able to pump the water through all this or will it be a flop?

Happy for answers, !
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Hello hi mushi mushi!

Have an idea that I would like to share to see if anyone else think´s it will work.

Have an H70 in an HTPC chassi. What I would like to do is to connect an extra dual 120mm radiator + res tank + gpu plock to the pump system.
Is the pump able to pump the water through all this or will it be a flop?

Happy for answers, !
Hey!

You mean connect all of that to the stock pump in corsair's cpu block ??
I'm not WC expert, so somebody correct me if I'm wrong, but I read somewhere that somebody tried to just add another single 120 rad to the loop + res and pump barely made it. So I would say - No - it will not make it.
Why would you want to do all of that insted getting a custom WC loop? I understand your way it would be more cost effective (if it works).
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Hey!

You mean connect all of that to the stock pump in corsair's cpu block ??
I'm not WC expert, so somebody correct me if I'm wrong, but I read somewhere that somebody tried to just add another single 120 rad to the loop + res and pump barely made it. So I would say - No - it will not make it.
Why would you want to do all of that insted getting a custom WC loop? I understand your way it would be more cost effective (if it works).
Someone mentioned earlier in the thread that the pump would definitely not be strong enough to handle that large a loop. It's pretty much designed to push through only the one small rad. If you're going to be adding more rads, then you're probably better off just going with a full kit/custom loop.
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Hey!

You mean connect all of that to the stock pump in corsair's cpu block ??
I'm not WC expert, so somebody correct me if I'm wrong, but I read somewhere that somebody tried to just add another single 120 rad to the loop + res and pump barely made it. So I would say - No - it will not make it.
Why would you want to do all of that insted getting a custom WC loop? I understand your way it would be more cost effective (if it works).
With adding a GPU block I will say no, But adding a single 120 rad to the loop + res that has been done and works fine but did not lower temps much.

Look at the H50/H70 Mod Club here on OCN good info there.
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Hello. I bought an H60 last Friday. But I am pretty sure there's something wrong with it. Temps are in the mid 40Cs and under load it went climbing up to 60C. This is when running my 965BE at stock. And I noted a 100C CPU temp right before the computer shut down. The pump is annoyingly noisy as well. If I flip the case on its side, the pump will be more silent, but the temps won't change. Tried different TIMs, different fans.. Question is: how much fluid is there in the loop of the H60? Because it feels and sounds like it's half empty (half full if you're an optimist ).
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the water in my H70 does slosh around, can hear it, if I shake it or move it around.

Though it's cooling my i7 2600k like a champ.
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