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Thanks again! But looking at the stats of the stock H100 fans, the stock ones have an SP of 7.7 (at full blast). Those fans seem to make out at less than 3. Will using lower SP fans like that drastically reduce the cooling capability of the H100? I was hoping to find a fan that had similar stats at less dba, but maybe I'm hoping for a fantasy that doesn't exist. smile.gif

Thanks for your kind words from your previous post thumb.gif

Honestly, I wouldnt go by the stats they have listed. My Gelid Solutions fans were rated at 2.66 SP but still beat out other 120x25 fans with much higher reported static pressure. Besides, fans are cheap enough where if you dont like the results you can either return it, or sell it on Amazon to recoup your funds.
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DON'T BE!! That was a great post, and VERY valid in this thread. Ignore the fool who said this "wasn't the place for a lesson in static pressure". Like HELL it ISN'T!! Some of us came here looking for EXACTLY that, as should ANY person new to the hydro series / rads / static pressure effects. Some of us who've been OCing on air forever had no idea what static pressure even WAS since we have no experience with water cooling. Anyone new to rads / water will want to know about this stuff. Don't let stuck-up condescending morons tell YOU what to post! Those morons never help anyone out like you do. Guys like you make forums awesome, so you keep right on doing what you're doing!! biggrin.gif

Dude, +1 on that! I actually read his entire write up on the fans and i actually learned something. Just because one person might already know the answer doesn't mean everyone else does. Good to see people still putting in awesome informational posts in threads. Haha unlike this one.
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Sorry for being kinda quiet for a bit....been busy with work. Anyway, on topic with my fan situation.

I decided to bite the bullet and pick up a pair of the Corsair SP120 Performance fans to replace the stock corsair H70 fans I had. Upon first thought, the fans just seem and feel like high quality units. From the weight of the fan to how smoothly it spins with the flick of a finger, down to just the aesthetics overall, Seeing and holding these things in person I was intrigued.


So went ahead and swapped the fans out and I have to say I am impressed. These fans at 100% rpm are quieter than the corsair H70 fans at 100% for sure. In fact, these SP120's at 100% were only slightly louder than the corsair H70 fans at 70%. Yes, you read that right.

Running at 70%(which comes out to be about 1500-1600rpm) the corsair SP120's are nearly silent on the H70 rad. I am honestly amazed at how quiet these things are. And they cool the same if not better than the H70 fans(now keep in mind I re-seated the pump and got some fresh AC5 on the cpu, so it'll be a week or so before it cures and i get temps i can compare for real)

These corsair SP120 fans are awesome, And i highly recommend them to anyone that needs rad fans. the noise/performance seems great, and is exactly what I was looking for.

All of you guys that responded to my questions, Thanks! I already gave you guys +rep.
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Going to fixing up the page. Adding I series and much more.
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Out of curiosity, has anyone done any flow rate/head testing on the pump that comes with the hydro series? 

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Update:
Please everyone read!
A new form and owners list has been created for the New Series owners ( H60i,H80i,H100i )
If your a owner of the New Series please fill out this form --> Click Here
Owners List Of New Series: --> Click Here'

If anything is messed up or wrong feel free to contact me!
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Update V2:
Popular Fans List
Because I don't own this spreadsheet we can no longer add. Still view the list. I'll be making a new one for people to add to.
Big thanks to Sethy who originally started this one, a good resource for anyone looking to upgrade their stock fans. As with the other community pages, please add fans that you feel deserve a mention. Click "Edit This Page" at the bottom of the spreadsheet.
Click HereNo Longer Works. You can view. No adding.
So add the fans using this form: Click Here
Fans List #2 ( Can Add )
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Hey. Long time since I was here or posted. Here's my setup in Red Steel:



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Thanks again! But looking at the stats of the stock H100 fans, the stock ones have an SP of 7.7 (at full blast). Those fans seem to make out at less than 3. Will using lower SP fans like that drastically reduce the cooling capability of the H100? I was hoping to find a fan that had similar stats at less dba, but maybe I'm hoping for a fantasy that doesn't exist. smile.gif

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There's some damn good info in here! First time H100 user here, and I came looking for a lesson on static pressure / replacement fans for the H100. I got more than I bargained for!

Hey Bart welcome ... you don't need to read all 2000+ pages but the search feature does work quite well within this thread. When I 1st purchased an H100 10/11 I began reading the whole thread, and there are some pretty knowledgeable guys still hanging out here! I'm pretty familiar with all the info posted since the H100 came out. Tell us a little more about your setup, ie. Type of case/top exhaust or intake? Can you run push/pull setup? is your 3820 OC'd? Do you run heavy loaded apps like "Folding" for extended periods? Are your stock H100 fans controlled through the Corsair controller? Reason I ask is do you find the "Low" setting not adequate? My OC'd/P95 runs see only a 3-4c rise in temps between Low(1500rpm/SP3mm/H2O guess?) vs High(2500rpm/SP 7.7 mm/H2O) setting and signifigant noise reduction on low with my Top exhaust/bastardized push/pull with a CM 200mm fan on top doing the pulling. Several other guys with CM/HAF cases have had great results with this setup saving on the additional 2 fans for push/pull cause the 200mm was already there biggrin.gif

AND after reading "mwl5apv" "Noise Report" (above) I'll stick with my original recommendations earlier that the Corsair Air Series SP120 High Performance Edition "twin pack" is your best bet for compatability(Corsair Controller) / Performance / Aesthetics / and even dollar$$$ value unless you want to go for a push/pull (4x120mm fans) in witch case you could look at the dirt cheap but decent performing Yate Loon 120x20 (D12SM-12C) Medium Speed Silent ($4-$5 ea) Ceadderman uses on his custom loop rads ... You can read in many earlier posts that $50-$80 for 4 high quality fans for a push/pull setup is just overkill for the average OC/Use giving the H100's pump and radiator limitations. ...

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Sorry for being kinda quiet for a bit....been busy with work. Anyway, on topic with my fan situation.
I decided to bite the bullet and pick up a pair of the Corsair SP120 Performance fans to replace the stock corsair H70 fans I had. Upon first thought, the fans just seem and feel like high quality units. From the weight of the fan to how smoothly it spins with the flick of a finger, down to just the aesthetics overall, Seeing and holding these things in person I was intrigued.
So went ahead and swapped the fans out and I have to say I am impressed. These fans at 100% rpm are quieter than the corsair H70 fans at 100% for sure. In fact, these SP120's at 100% were only slightly louder than the corsair H70 fans at 70%. Yes, you read that right.
Running at 70%(which comes out to be about 1500-1600rpm) the corsair SP120's are nearly silent on the H70 rad. I am honestly amazed at how quiet these things are. And they cool the same if not better than the H70 fans(now keep in mind I re-seated the pump and got some fresh AC5 on the cpu, so it'll be a week or so before it cures and i get temps i can compare for real)
These corsair SP120 fans are awesome, And i highly recommend them to anyone that needs rad fans. the noise/performance seems great, and is exactly what I was looking for.
All of you guys that responded to my questions, Thanks! I already gave you guys +rep.

Awesome ... if you have the time can you give us some comparison stats/temps between your old/new setups? Preferably OC'd / P95 blend 20-30min run and don't forget your ambients thumb.gif

@OverClocker55 nice work with the updates! ... ONE suggestion though, I'd dedicate a specific column to Static Pressure X.Xmm/H2O instead of "Hoping" someone will list it in the comments section. IMHO "Static Pressure" is probably the most important statistic for a fans ability to cool a radiator and would be quite useful for this thread ... even if some don't fully trust published stats rolleyes.gif
 
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