Thanks for the links. It's pretty amazing that they're controller is so incompatible. I'm pretty flabbergasted actually, to consider a company that makes coolers and rads and sells fans makes a fan that doesn't work with their coolers. On top of that, they're not PWM either so you can't use the CPU_FAN header on the mobo (on most mobos) with their rad fans. That's an amazing oversite imo. It's like Ford selling tires that won't work on Ford vehicles (or will only partly work). I wonder why it won't work? They're 12V fans. The H80/100 block will even control PWM fans (since 3-pin control also works on PWM fans), so I have to wonder exactly whet they did to their new fans that causes them not to work?
That means that those fans can only be on 100%, or controlled with a fan controller, or controlled with a 12V regulated mobo fan_header. Oh well, they're static pressure is only half of the stock H100 fans anyway. Of course, it they're a lot quieter then some people may like them, and I would purchase a pair if they were PWM. Too bad.
Originally Posted by Krusher33
I've had my H60 since April '11. It kept my HTPC quiet for 6 months or so and then I transferred it to my sig rig. No problems. Just a complaint of having such a stiff tubing is all I got. It literally flung itself out of my hand once caused a fin to get bent in the process.
Personally I'm fine with the stiff hoses. At first I didn't like them, but once I realized they are low permeability then I was fine with them over rubber. Plus, I think they look nicer than rubber as well (which I know is subjective). Personally, I think that tubing is one of the reasons they have such a long warranty.
Originally Posted by simonfredette
it looks really good and its really easy to sleeve tubing over the stock tubing there if you want the uv tubing or just colored tubing look , most people just cut the tub on one side all the way down and then slip it on and make sure the slit is where you cant see it and it looks great, its a good safe mod that doesnt interfere with the sealed unit .