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Would lapping the cpu void my warranty? Pretty sure it does. Also, I'm not sure of any place that may be able to do it, carefully, in my area. But it is an option. I wouldn't mind getting the H100 lapped.

As soon as the surface touches the paper warranty is void. But I doubt you'll need the warranty since you know your Sandy is working. wink.gif

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If i were to mount it in the top part of the case, there would be a gap between the grill and the radiator. Even with a shroud, it wouldn't seal and I'd be losing some air flow (Logically speaking. I could be wrong). I wish I was able to mount it inside. Every cut I did to the rear of the case made me cringe.

Now, I'm thinking of modding it and running a reservoir with some new lines to make it cleaner looking and hopefully help drop temps.

I don't have any other high cfm/static pressure fans to use to try other configurations. I have (2) CM Sickleflows, (2) SilenX 120mms, (1) fan off my hyper 212+ heatsink, (1) h60 stock fan, (1) antec 3-speed fan.

That's what they make silicon fan gaskets for. tongue.gif

As for high SP fans get some Yate Loons and you'll have a hell of a cooler on your hands. They aren't the highest SP but have a lot of bang for your buck. biggrin.gif

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If it's not too much trouble, could you link me to the specific fan you are referring to? And would it be a push, pull or push/pull config?
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post #19623 of 28303
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Originally Posted by ja3s;15329611 
If it's not too much trouble, could you link me to the specific fan you are referring to? And would it be a push, pull or push/pull config?

Go to Performance-PCs.com and look in their 120 listings. I would link you to Yate Loon High Speeds or Medium Speed fans but they have 3 flavors of LED models as well a the non LED model. You can get them for $4 each when you scroll to remove the sleeving option. wink.gif

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I am replacing my case and will use the opportunity to replace my H50 with an H100. Question: is the LGA 775 backplate I am currently using for the H50 compatible with the H100 or do I need to change it?

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Originally Posted by Lenster;15332160 
I am replacing my case and will use the opportunity to replace my H50 with an H100. Question: is the LGA 775 backplate I am currently using for the H50 compatible with the H100 or do I need to change it?

Thanks

Len

The H100 has it's own backplate and is compatible with the LGA775 platform.

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If i were to mount it in the top part of the case, there would be a gap between the grill and the radiator. Even with a shroud, it wouldn't seal and I'd be losing some air flow (Logically speaking. I could be wrong). I wish I was able to mount it inside. Every cut I did to the rear of the case made me cringe.

Now, I'm thinking of modding it and running a reservoir with some new lines to make it cleaner looking and hopefully help drop temps.

I don't have any other high cfm/static pressure fans to use to try other configurations. I have (2) CM Sickleflows, (2) SilenX 120mms, (1) fan off my hyper 212+ heatsink, (1) h60 stock fan, (1) antec 3-speed fan.

The rad won't mount flush with the "indent" at the top? That's too bad.

Corsair George has mentioned a few times that static pressure is not as important for pull fans as it is for push fans. Also, airflow doesn't have to be quite as high for the pull fans since the push fans are pushing through a rad and don't get their full flow anyway. If I was you I think I would experiment a little and see if anything I had would improve my temps a little. Even so, if's not a major requirement since the temp difference will likely only be a couple of degrees anyway. Your mounting solution still looks pretty good so no worries...
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Originally Posted by ja3s;15329611 
If it's not too much trouble, could you link me to the specific fan you are referring to? And would it be a push, pull or push/pull config?

Use them as pull. The stock H100 fans are pretty awesome for both static pressure and air flow (cfm). Use them as push.

Personally, I would try and find some fans that will move over 60cfm to use as pull fans. I'm using Scythe 1900 RPM High Speed Slip Stream fans that move 110 cfm as pull fans on my H100. IMHO it would be best to try and get pull fans that are at least in the same ball park as the stock H100 fans for airflow. The stock fans will move 92 cfm at full speed but of course are blocked by the rad so they will not achieve that full 92 CFM. The stock fans also have a static pressure of 7.7mm/H20 at full speed. The Loon high speed fans would be perfect for pull at 88 cfm.
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Originally Posted by Lenster;15332160 
I am replacing my case and will use the opportunity to replace my H50 with an H100. Question: is the LGA 775 backplate I am currently using for the H50 compatible with the H100 or do I need to change it?

Thanks

Len

Others have asked this question, and Corsair has said that you can use the H50/70 back plate if you want to. I would use the H100 plate myself but if you're trying to avoid removing your mobo you can use the H50 back plate.
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Mergatroid. Thanks. I will probably wind up using the backplate that comes with the H100
(If I'm not feeling too lazy)

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Originally Posted by Ceadderman;15331465 
Go to Performance-PCs.com and look in their 120 listings. I would link you to Yate Loon High Speeds or Medium Speed fans but they have 3 flavors of LED models as well a the non LED model. You can get them for $4 each when you scroll to remove the sleeving option. wink.gif

~Ceadder:drink:

Would you run these in push/pull? Or use them as pull with the stock corsair fans as push? The 2 sickle flow fans I have are ~70cfm. I guess I could try a few different fans before I buy anything.

I think I'm going to try and lap the heatsink of the h100 and a cleaner mount. What is the optimal way to place the paste? Dot in the center, cross, one or two lines, 4 dots?
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Would you run these in push/pull? Or use them as pull with the stock corsair fans as push? The 2 sickle flow fans I have are ~70cfm. I guess I could try a few different fans before I buy anything.

I think I'm going to try and lap the heatsink of the h100 and a cleaner mount. What is the optimal way to place the paste? Dot in the center, cross, one or two lines, 4 dots?

My personal experience with Shin Etsu G751 is a pea sized dot in the center of the CPU and let the weight of the pump spread it instead of spreading then mounting the pump.

Some folks are convinced that Intel CPUs' have to use the line method on them. But to me that's just a suggestion of the manufacturer and is an old method that while it works wastes TIM and allows air bubbles to form on the CPU because you're gonna twist the pump to lock it in place which helps spread the TIM even more. But if you apply a pea to the center it gets squished and twisted out to cover the same surface with little to no chance of air bubbles forming in the TIM. Just make sure not to leave a tail from the nozzle of the syringe when you remove it from the distribution process. wink.gif

And you can run Yate Loons in Push or Push Pull. It's pretty much up to you. But I wouldn't run them(or any model of fan) in Pull because you won't get the best bang for your buck in that type of setup. smile.gif

I've no experience with that Koolance unit however. thinking.gif

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