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It's official I have now made the jump from the H50 to... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Apologies for the crappy webshot pic but it's the best available to me at the moment til I get my system up and running properly. thumb.gif
I love the H50 and may get another one when it comes time to build a microfolder. Cause there is no way I'll get 1/2" tubing inside a dinky case. That's just not gonna happen. Only reason I sold mine was cause I needed a noodge to jump in the pool. smile.gif
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Looks great. What kind of waterblock is that?

CPU Block is EK Supreme HF v1 "Classified" Edition. The red tops were introduced for the EVGA Classified Motherboard.

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It comes with AMD and Intel plates, the one mounted is AMD. thumb.gif

thinking.gif I don't believe that you can get these anymore. Now they're on to v2 which is a square top. smile.gif

Oh yes, the hold down kit that comes with EK blocks is Shiny Nickel. Had to sweet talk Performance-PCs' to get them to swap out the shiny nickel with Black Nickel EZ mount kit. Told them I would pay the difference if necessary. cool.gif

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Can someone link me to the H80/H100 Club i dont find it or there is no CLUB for those?
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This thread would be it, I guess. Should really be renamed to the Corsair H-series club.
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Hi, this is my first post on the forums. I'm just looking for some opinions regarding fans. I picked up a cheap Alienware Aurora R3 with a 2600K and am looking at doing an overclock to 4.5-4.8Ghz.

The cooler that came with the system is a H50 and I want to make a push pull exhausting setup.
I have a couple of these Enermax TB Silence fans spare at home:
http://www.enermax.com/home.php?fn=eng/product_a1_1_1&lv0=4&lv1=32&no=143

Do you think these would be any good for my purposes?

Thanks
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Hi, this is my first post on the forums. I'm just looking for some opinions regarding fans. I picked up a cheap Alienware Aurora R3 with a 2600K and am looking at doing an overclock to 4.5-4.8Ghz.

The cooler that came with the system is a H50 and I want to make a push pull exhausting setup.
I have a couple of these Enermax TB Silence fans spare at home:
http://www.enermax.com/home.php?fn=eng/product_a1_1_1&lv0=4&lv1=32&no=143

Do you think these would be any good for my purposes?

Thanks

They should be okay. But have you looked into Yate Loons? They have better static pressure and are cheaper. Good static pressure is important in a Radiator fan. smile.gif

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Can someone link me to the H80/H100 Club i dont find it or there is no CLUB for those?

Other than the thread you're in right now, there's this thread:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1056539/corsair-h80-performance-thread

But many of us here have H80s or H100s (Not to mention H40/50/60/70).
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Hi, this is my first post on the forums. I'm just looking for some opinions regarding fans. I picked up a cheap Alienware Aurora R3 with a 2600K and am looking at doing an overclock to 4.5-4.8Ghz.

The cooler that came with the system is a H50 and I want to make a push pull exhausting setup.
I have a couple of these Enermax TB Silence fans spare at home:
http://www.enermax.com/home.php?fn=eng/product_a1_1_1&lv0=4&lv1=32&no=143

Do you think these would be any good for my purposes?

Thanks

Those fans should be OK. The Yate Loons and the Scythe AP-15 fans are great fans of you're looking for quiet performance. There are other fans that actually perform better at higher RPM but are a little louder. Here is a thread with a ton of tested fans, but remember they are testing for noise vs performance instead of pure performance, so their favorites are quiet fans that still have decent performance (like the Loons and AP-15s) and not just top performers regardless of noise..

http://www.overclock.net/t/859483/round-6-fan-testing-working-thread

Just remember, for a rad you're looking for Static Pressure, not air flow (although both is best). Check the specs for static pressure numbers. You can find a comparison on Corsair's site. Check the specs for the H80 and H100 fans. They're awesome fans, but not exactly quiet. If you're not concerned about noise, you could always order in the H80 fans from Corsair. Don't forget that if you regulate the fans RPMs using a fan controller or other means you can reduce the RPMs to reduce the noise while still having great performance. This allows some head room to increase the performance if you decide you need it.
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Hey folks. Just upgraded my motherboard, took of the old TIM to apply a fresh MX-2. Now I gained 5 degrees. I reapplied with the same results. I have been applying TIM for a while now and never had this problem. But that was before the H-series. Should I be doing something different with a watercooler or is the MX-2 any good for this setup? Would this make any difference MASSCOOL G751 Shin-Etsu? What would you all recommend?
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The difference between TIMs will likely only be a few degrees, five seems a little high to me. The only thing I can suggest, since you've already tried reseating, is to go ahead and try a different TIM like the Shin-Etsu and see if it improves. If it does, please let us know. I've been under the impression that MX-2 is pretty good TIM.
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Thanks for the responses. The fans I have the static pressure is approx 1.7 and they run about 80cfm. I did look into Yate Loons but unfortunately I couldn't find any here in Australia.

I had been reading up on static pressure vs cfm for radiators. I normally buy stuff through www.scorptec.com.au because I can go pick up in store when I'm at work. They have the coolermaster R4's but id prefer something without LED. They also have the scythe slipstream 1900rpm fans. The scythe pushes more CFM about 110 CFM but I don't know what the static pressure is. Any recommendations for fans from this store or if the scythe fans would be any good?

Also, if I attach a PWM to a molex connection via an adapter, will the fans just run at full speed?

Thanks
Edited by combatant3219 - 4/19/12 at 4:43pm
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I have been reading this thread and I dont to much post about the h100 not even pictures of the setup etc
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