Did you read some of the comments?
The H90 looks like an H70 pump with a H60 rad, and the H110 looks like an H70 pump with an H100 rad. Of course, the pump could have been upgraded since the H70.
Originally Posted by Devildog83
Are you running the fans in pull? The static pressure fans are built for and work best in push, there is no reason to have static pressure fans if they are not pushing through the radiator. I would run them in push as exhaust instead of intake and if you want to try push/pull use some quiet high volume fans like the AF quiets. I don't know why is says to run as intake but it makes no sense to me. AMD's don't get as hot as Intel chips but mine never goes above 50C. I just have it set up as exhaust in a pull configuration and it work very nicely.
Do you have a link to this information? From what I have seen, there is almost no difference between push and pull. Some claim there is a small difference at different RPMs, but overall people who have tested push vs pull on the hydro coolers have reported little to no difference between push and pull. I believe you can find some of those tests right here in this thread. I have also seen people comparing push vs pull in the 600T thread.
Here is a link to some push vs pull testing:
From the article: "Push Vs Pull - This depends on fan speed/power. The high speed fans at 2000RPM with a 38mm fan thickness provided the best performance in a push condition. The slow speed fans with 1350RPM with a 25mm fan thickness provided the best performance in a pull condition. I would estimate that performance line is likely to cross in the 1500-1700RPM range where they are equal. So.... slow speed = pull, high speed = push, medium speed = it doesn't really matter."
If you look at the temperature difference he got between push and pull, it's almost nothing. Between the single fan push only vs pull only, he got a difference of about 0.3c.Edited by Mergatroid - 1/17/13 at 7:13pm