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I saw this question earlier and briefly tried to get "the" answer, no luck yet ... your concern is "genuine" as the AP-29's draw signifigantly more power than the more common AP-15's which I think led to the advise you got earlier ... "why not?" rolleyes.gif

It may take some time, but I'd ask Corsair directly ... save your correspondance too, just in case wink.gif
I'll report back if I find anything but the AP-29's are not that common of a fan .
I may want to go 4 AP-29 on the controller sir and this is why I ask the second question.
Edited by dixson01974 - 2/14/13 at 11:22pm
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how many ampere is it for each fan?
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how many ampere is it for each fan?
AP-29 are 0.22A each, so 0.88A total for 4 fans.
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srsly? 0.22 each? thats nothing... 99.99% sure u can have 6 or 8 of them on it

most fans i use have 37 or somthing and i have 6 on one controller ( and yes thats one molex too)
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Hi, guys! I just got my H100i back from being RMA'd, they sent me a new unit. I installed at the top of my case, with the two corsair fans in push and above the radiator I mounted two scythe 88CFM fans in pull. So i kinda got the best fans I could find in my city, but the cooling performance is still poor. I don't know why this is. I'm coming from an air CPU cooler (Arctic Cooling Freezer Pro 13) that kept my i5-3570k@4.2GHz in prime95 smallfft under 74-75 degrees even after, lets say 15 mins. My h100i as I have it installed now, under prime95 spikes up to 81 degrees immediately after starting smallfft test and goes up to near 88-90 degrees. Mind you, I used the AC freezer with an AS MX-4 paste and the H100i with the thermal paste that came pre-applied. How are your H100i behaving? What can I do the get at least the performance of the AC Freezer 13? It's bad to see a 50$ air cooler perform better than a 150$ water cooling kit...
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Hi, guys! I just got my H100i back from being RMA'd, they sent me a new unit. I installed at the top of my case, with the two corsair fans in push and above the radiator I mounted two scythe 88CFM fans in pull. So i kinda got the best fans I could find in my city, but the cooling performance is still poor. I don't know why this is. I'm coming from an air CPU cooler (Arctic Cooling Freezer Pro 13) that kept my i5-3570k@4.2GHz in prime95 smallfft under 74-75 degrees even after, lets say 15 mins. My h100i as I have it installed now, under prime95 spikes up to 81 degrees immediately after starting smallfft test and goes up to near 88-90 degrees. Mind you, I used the AC freezer with an AS MX-4 paste and the H100i with the thermal paste that came pre-applied. How are your H100i behaving? What can I do the get at least the performance of the AC Freezer 13? It's bad to see a 50$ air cooler perform better than a 150$ water cooling kit...

I'd guess that the pre applied paste is garbage but somthing is wrong with this picture....
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Hi, guys! I just got my H100i back from being RMA'd, they sent me a new unit. I installed at the top of my case, with the two corsair fans in push and above the radiator I mounted two scythe 88CFM fans in pull. So i kinda got the best fans I could find in my city, but the cooling performance is still poor. I don't know why this is. I'm coming from an air CPU cooler (Arctic Cooling Freezer Pro 13) that kept my i5-3570k@4.2GHz in prime95 smallfft under 74-75 degrees even after, lets say 15 mins. My h100i as I have it installed now, under prime95 spikes up to 81 degrees immediately after starting smallfft test and goes up to near 88-90 degrees. Mind you, I used the AC freezer with an AS MX-4 paste and the H100i with the thermal paste that came pre-applied. How are your H100i behaving? What can I do the get at least the performance of the AC Freezer 13? It's bad to see a 50$ air cooler perform better than a 150$ water cooling kit...

Do you have Corsair Link installed and what is your pump speed reading? I had some strange behavior with my H80i when I first installed it only to find out that my mobo was trying to control the pump causing a noise and the thing to flash red on me, until I got to Windows it would go away. Go into your motherboard and turn off control for the CPU_FAN so it doesn't attempt to throttle it on you. Your temps are clearly way too high for this cooler.
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Do you have Corsair Link installed and what is your pump speed reading? I had some strange behavior with my H80i when I first installed it only to find out that my mobo was trying to control the pump causing a noise and the thing to flash red on me, until I got to Windows it would go away. Go into your motherboard and turn off control for the CPU_FAN so it doesn't attempt to throttle it on you. Your temps are clearly way too high for this cooler.

Thanks for your reply. Yes I have Corsair link. My pump is running at 2150. I've disabled the CPU_FAN control in BIOS.

Also, if it's relevant, the fw version is 1.0.5

OK, so I've reattached the pump header to the CPU and tightened the screw as hard as I could using a screwdriver. So far the temps seem to have gone down; in prime95 i get a max of 66 degrees; i think that's an improvement. So there might have been a problem on my part, as I've read in the forums that the attaching the pump to the CPU can be sometimes tricky. Also the 1155 screws that go into the intel backplate seem to be a little loose no matter how much I tighten them. Is this also the case for you?
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Thanks for your reply. Yes I have Corsair link. My pump is running at 2150. I've disabled the CPU_FAN control in BIOS.

Also, if it's relevant, the fw version is 1.0.5

OK, so I've reattached the pump header to the CPU and tightened the screw as hard as I could using a screwdriver. So far the temps seem to have gone down; in prime95 i get a max of 66 degrees; i think that's an improvement. So there might have been a problem on my part, as I've read in the forums that the attaching the pump to the CPU can be sometimes tricky. Also the 1155 screws that go into the intel backplate seem to be a little loose no matter how much I tighten them. Is this also the case for you?

i found out last night when i removed my h100 the screws were loose at the backplate. i think its normal. as long as your block is tightened down all the way, you should be good. make sure you check them in a week. mine backed out a little. i found this out about a month after install.
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Hi all, sorry to just jump into a conversation going....Im thinking of taking the plunge with a H60 (2013) revision. I like the idea of a small form factor without clearance issues. I have to admit, Im somwhat terrified of the horror story of leaks. Is this a blown out of proportion issue? Im sure this question has been asked a million times lol....honestly though, Im fiddling my fingers over each other with the thought.
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