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Afternoon all, been a while since I posted in this thread glad to see its still popular!
I personally still have my H50 mounted at the front in the drivebays with 2x38mm fans and 2 shrouds, Been thinking about changing it as the method I used (cable ties) to mount the rad there is a chore to redo when I clean it out. Been thinking a simple exhaust out the top with just the fans no shrouds.

What ya reckon chaps ?

I'm sure the ceadderman has some ideas!
    
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Afternoon all, been a while since I posted in this thread glad to see its still popular!
I personally still have my H50 mounted at the front in the drivebays with 2x38mm fans and 2 shrouds, Been thinking about changing it as the method I used (cable ties) to mount the rad there is a chore to redo when I clean it out. Been thinking a simple exhaust out the top with just the fans no shrouds.

What ya reckon chaps ?

I'm sure the ceadderman has some ideas!

That's sound reasoning R3aCt0r M|Nd. That's why I had mine exhausting out the top was to be able to clean it and mount it back into place without much of a hassle. I will suggest that you find some Koolance fan studs to make things even easier to deal with. I have them on my 360 and lemme tell ya, it takes me less than a minute to mount the 360 back to the top of the 932. They only come in M4/6-32 so they should work very well for you. Would also suggest getting silicon gaskets to seal the fan to the Radiator body as well.

The caps are metal by the way not plastic. thumb.gif

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You can get them in 25mm and 38mm unthreaded shanks. Meaning that you can fit a 25mm or a 38mm fan on them once in place with room to spare for the caps.

I have Phobya 7mm Decoupler shrouds and Yate Loon 20mm fans on my 25mm without much thread covered. The decouplers squish a bit and seal the space between the Radiator and the fans quite well. thumb.gif

I'm tellin ya Mate, had I to do it all over again I would have gotten these for the H50 kit from the very beginning. They're so awesome. They take a lot of the headaches out of the cleaning process. wheee.gif

*EDIT* Oh I would be remiss if I didn't let you know that the top of the 932 is not level in the interior. There is a slight lip between the plastic top and the front openings where your fan mounts to. If you put a slim body fan it WILL put a slight twist into the body that can hinder the speed of the fan during operation. It's not anything that can't be adjusted for with the caps but if you're using std fan screws you can't really compensate for it without the fan being louder than normal. wink.gif

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I would recommend the bottom. Air travels up. So I think that it's better to trap any air in the sytem at the point where it cannot travel back into the pump. With the inlet/outlet at the top of the system it's likely that air is indeed flowing through the pump. If anything running it with the tubes at the bottom is a precaution worth taking. I don't know why Corsair suggested that it should be mounted with the tubes at the top, but I think that's due more to the inexperience of the demonstrator. Considering that the H50 is a rebadged Acetek unit and Corsair didn't design or build it... wink.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

I thought the same thing. I see a lot of people with their hoses on the top. It just makes sense that if you can trap the air in the top of your radiator, you alleviate the issue of getting bubbles in your lines and pump.
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i wanted to set up push/pull with my H100 but the fans are a little too thick to fit inside my Cooler Master 690II advanced. the fans under Motherboard got in the way of the fans that would go under the radiator. I currently have 2 intake fans on top of the radiator. I Did ordered some Slim Case fans from newegg last night to finish my push/pull set up.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835185137
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24.03 CFM?!? blinksmiley.gif

Not even sure they're worth using bro. I know from experience that the better the CFM pushed/pulled through the Radiator the better the cooling capability of the H50.

Now, if the H100 has a low FPI(Fin per Inch) rating then those should work very well. Do they have a larger CFM rated fan in that thickness? If so that's what I would be looking for. wink.gif

Aha found it. Here you go the fan you would likely need. ~45CFM and only 37dB. My Yates are running 62cfm (+/- 10%) at max but I keep them at 75% voltage.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835185139

Anyway hope you can turn those other ones back if you've already ordered. cheers.gif

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the H100 is $159 and the H80 is H$135 so I think I can find the $24 to get the H100 if I end up going this way.

I just have to see how my final build cost is going to be if I have it I will get it!

I may mean I go for a 2nd choose case to get it instead of my 1st being a Graphite 600T White( got a black one and happy with it) or 2nd being the a Carbide 500R White.

both from what I can tell will hold the H100 well.
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look into a switch 810 also , its huge but then you wouldnt have to change case again when you jump from hydro-series to water-cooling ( its inevitable )
    
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look into a switch 810 also , its huge but then you wouldn't have to change case again when you jump from hydro-series to water-cooling ( its inevitable )

I not likely to move full time to a full on water-cooling set up to much work for me but I will have a lool at it anyway ans see how it is. Thanks
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Yeah you should , its a low cost case with infinite possibilities both for air or water , depends on your needs for sure buts its good to consider.
    
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