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post #21471 of 28303
Getting friday Accelero Xtreme to my 7970 along with H100i to my CPU. One question, would it be better put fans on H100i to top as intake or to bottom as exhaust. Have in front modded Air Penetrator 180mm as intake, and in back there is Gentle typhoon 1150rpm as exhaust. Case is Corsair 650D.
Edited by Tonza - 11/28/12 at 1:21pm
post #21472 of 28303
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Getting friday Accelero Xtreme to my 7970 along with H100i to my CPU. One question, would it be better put fans on H100i on top to suck cold air in or to bottom to blow up?. Have in front modded Air Penetrator 180mm, and in back there is Gentle typhoon 1150rpm as exhaust. Case is Corsair 650D.
Try and fit a push pull pulling air from top and in exhausting from the back 120. In the case that you can't fit 2 fans have them suck air from outside and the 120 exhaust.
post #21473 of 28303
Push and pull is not gonna work, Asrock P67 Extreme 4 heatsinks are on the way. Gonna use just the 2 fans.
post #21474 of 28303
I have two fans on top in pull exhausting out for 2 reasons:
1) my front fan(only intake) has a filter on it, so less dust to clog up the rad
2) the heat gets exhausted out rather than onto the already hot VRM's
post #21475 of 28303
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I have two fans on top in pull exhausting out for 2 reasons:
1) my front fan(only intake) has a filter on it, so less dust to clog up the rad
2) the heat gets exhausted out rather than onto the already hot VRM's
That is true but do VRM's really get that hot? I never worry about mine.
post #21476 of 28303
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Originally Posted by Solders18 View Post

I have two fans on top in pull exhausting out for 2 reasons:
1) my front fan(only intake) has a filter on it, so less dust to clog up the rad
2) the heat gets exhausted out rather than onto the already hot VRM's
That is true but do VRM's really get that hot? I never worry about mine.

With an oc'd 8350 they are getting warm. Would rather not help them out
post #21477 of 28303
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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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:Snorkle: Official Corsair Hydro Series Club :Snorkle:
The code doesnt put in the URL. It just shows the club as blue. However, when quoting this post, I just copied the HTML code for the link and it displays correctly.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i5 2500K Asus p8z68-v/gen 3 Asus 670 top 16 GB (total) G.skill ripjaws 1333mhz 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Seagate 1TB 7200rpm HDD Crucial M4 256GB ASUS 24x CD/DVD drive Corsair H80i 
OSMonitorPowerCase
Windows 7 home viewsonic 27 inch 1ms response Corsair AX750 NZXT Switch 810 
MouseAudioAudio
razer deathadder turtle beach x12 Sennheiser HD280 
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Intel i7 3770k ASUS p8z68-vpro/gen3 Gigabyte 7950 3gb Gigabyte 7950 3gb 
RAMRAMHard DriveCooling
GSkill Ripjaws X 8gb 2133mhz G skill Ripjaws X 8gb 2133mhz Crucial M4 512gb ssd Corsair H100i 
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Auria 1440P 27" IPS Ducky OCN Cherry MX blue Silverstone 1000w NZXT switch 810 
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ASUS xonar DG 
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Wrecking Ball.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i5 2500K Asus p8z68-v/gen 3 Asus 670 top 16 GB (total) G.skill ripjaws 1333mhz 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Seagate 1TB 7200rpm HDD Crucial M4 256GB ASUS 24x CD/DVD drive Corsair H80i 
OSMonitorPowerCase
Windows 7 home viewsonic 27 inch 1ms response Corsair AX750 NZXT Switch 810 
MouseAudioAudio
razer deathadder turtle beach x12 Sennheiser HD280 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
Intel i7 3770k ASUS p8z68-vpro/gen3 Gigabyte 7950 3gb Gigabyte 7950 3gb 
RAMRAMHard DriveCooling
GSkill Ripjaws X 8gb 2133mhz G skill Ripjaws X 8gb 2133mhz Crucial M4 512gb ssd Corsair H100i 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Auria 1440P 27" IPS Ducky OCN Cherry MX blue Silverstone 1000w NZXT switch 810 
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ASUS xonar DG 
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post #21478 of 28303
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The code doesnt put in the URL. It just shows the club as blue. However, when quoting this post, I just copied the HTML code for the link and it displays correctly.
Will Fix!
post #21479 of 28303
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Will Fix!
Updated.
post #21480 of 28303
As some of the users suggested they want a static air pressure list. Its now required when adding new fans.
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