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Then I would suggest getting a backplate that has screws and caps. I think Xigmatech or Swiftech makes one. I tried to find it on Newegg cause they've been known to carry it, but for some reason I couldn't find it.

~Ceadder
yeah i did see that, i just was not sure it fits on the retention bracket for the pump/block. if out does ill go searching on the internets. so if some one can confirm, ill go ahead and buy

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yeah i did see that, i just was not sure it fits on the retention bracket for the pump/block. if out does ill go searching on the internets. so if some one can confirm, ill go ahead and buy

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Yes it will fit. But I think you don't use the plastic inserts on the metal ring because the nuts are large enough to secure it properly. Someone in this thread uses it to secure their H series cooler. But the last time I saw it was many many many moons ago.

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Put my H70 on another computer and got an H100 for my sig rig. Temps are better with stock fans than my H70 with super loud 3K rpm Kaze ultras in push pull.
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When just doing not heavy things (i.e. web browsing word processing...anything but encoding gaming compiling etc.) I can actually run the H100 near passively with super low fan speed and still keep temps under 39-40.
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i'm fixing to get 2 Typhoons(ap-15) for my h70 but before i do, i was wondering if the Yate Loons would be better bang for buck? I've seen people using them here. The Typhoons are $16.00 and the Yate Loons are $7.00 from frozencpu. If so, which model(#) would be the best?
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i'm fixing to get 2 Typhoons(ap-15) for my h70 but before i do, i was wondering if the Yate Loons would be better bang for buck? I've seen people using them here. The Typhoons are $16.00 and the Yate Loons are $7.00 from frozencpu. If so, which model(#) would be the best?
$4 each from Performance-PCs.com when you opt to lose the cheap sleeving. I would suggest Medium Speed Silents in moderate climates and High Speed Silents in hotter climes and run them through a Fan Controller.

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I would recommend the high speed fans. You can always turn them down to reduce noise, but if you get low speed you can't always turn them up if you need better cooling.

Better to have something and not need it than to need it and not have it.
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Yes it will fit. But I think you don't use the plastic inserts on the metal ring because the nuts are large enough to secure it properly. Someone in this thread uses it to secure their H series cooler. But the last time I saw it was many many many moons ago.

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so is this the one?

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product...82E16835233038

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Yeah I think that'll work. But the one I was referring to had a nylon backing plate and the screws are hinged to it. They insert through the rings and have nylon and brass nuts that cinch everything down. But that one looks like it could do the job. Although you may need washers to go between the tops of the screws and the Hydro Series locking plate.

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Yeah I think that'll work. But the one I was referring to had a nylon backing plate and the screws are hinged to it. They insert through the rings and have nylon and brass nuts that cinch everything down. But that one looks like it could do the job. Although you may need washers to go between the tops of the screws and the Hydro Series locking plate.

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yes i searched for someone else using the back plate, and they used a slighty higher model. its gunna be 22 bucks with shipping, so when i'm done, ill post the new plate, and temps!

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