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This is incorrect.
Corsair link will work with any 4-pin PWM fans, however you will have to use custom fan curves instead of using the preset choices.

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Glad your still posting here! You are still welcome.......... Freedom of speech thumb.gif

still welcome? everyone is welcome in any thread/sub-forum until theyre banned.

shaunol, a real full loop is nothing to assemble. if i can do it, anyone can. and yeah, its either hang the rad off the back or mount it above the case. or you could 'mod' by cutting a nice big ol' hole to mount a 240 or 360 rad. i went from 63*C p95 load temps in 65*F ambient with h100(push/pull fans) to 59*C with 72*F ambients with my loop. now the lil woman doesnt complain shes cold while she plays plants vs zombies...
i have 70*F ambients right now and cpu is still warm. i'll give ya a beter comparison here real quick.

*EDIT* changed 67* ambients to 70*F ambients
Edited by pc-illiterate - 3/12/13 at 6:37pm
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I know that I haven't shared in a while but wanted to show my setup again, because I added new parts and lights and such, along with a different case.

Was installed in NZXT Phantom 410 push with 2xCorsair SP120mm QE, Now installed in NZXT Phantom 820 with push with 2xCorsair SP120mm QE, pulled with 2xNZXT 200mm Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)






Phantom 820
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ok, 70*F ambients, not 65 but you get the idea.


fans are bgears blaster 120s and 212+ stock fan running max 70% on top 360 and front 240 has h100 fans running on 500r fan controller at low speed. i could get temps down if i could get the 240 heat out of the case before it gets pulled through the 360 rad.
as i said before, i loved my h100 when i had it installed. push excaliburs max 90% and pull bgears at 100% max. i still hit 63*C with 66-68*F ambient temp in p95. with a 212+ i hit 64*C with about 60-62*F ambients. no idea what my ambients really were.
would loved to have seen what an h100i would have done.
Edited by pc-illiterate - 3/12/13 at 8:08pm
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still welcome? everyone is welcome in any thread/sub-forum until theyre banned.

shaunol, a real full loop is nothing to assemble. if i can do it, anyone can. and yeah, its either hang the rad off the back or mount it above the case. or you could 'mod' by cutting a nice big ol' hole to mount a 240 or 360 rad. i went from 63*C p95 load temps in 65*F ambient with h100(push/pull fans) to 59*C with 72*F ambients with my loop. now the lil woman doesnt complain shes cold while she plays plants vs zombies...
i have 70*F ambients right now and cpu is still warm. i'll give ya a beter comparison here real quick.

*EDIT* changed 67* ambients to 70*F ambients

why are u mixing celsius and fahrenheit? its so confusing
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Rebuild tomorrow after work. Just waiting for my case to come in tomorrow now!
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Hey guys, just wanted to add myself as well! Have a H100 paired with an FX-8120; here he is.

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Quick question, the h80i pump shouldn't be hearable over case fans right?
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Quick question, the h80i pump shouldn't be hearable over case fans right?
I dont hear mine. Granted right now I have 2 or 3 140mm fans running close to max -- But before that, I didnt hear them even when all my case fans were silent
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This thread is absolutely massive so hopefully I'm not sounding like a broken record here.
I have a new PC that I'm building, it's a 3770 CPU with a Gigabyte 7870 2GB: http://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-Mini-Displayport-PCI-Express-Graphic-GV-R787OC-2GD/dp/B007PJVB3Y
It's in an Antec One case: http://www.amazon.com/Antec-One-Computer-Case/dp/B006TVQU6C
This case has a rear 120mm outlet and a top 120mm outlet
I'm looking at replacing the CPU cooler with a Corsair H60 or H80 at the very least.
In addition I want to try and add the GPU into the loop if possible, has anyone done this using off the shelf parts like these Corsair coolers? I was wanting to put a 120mm rad on the rear of the case and a 120mm rad on the top of the case.
I don't mind using an aftermarket block on the GPU itself obviously but would like to retain the self-contained setup the Corsair has, I have a feeling the built in pump on the Corsair CPU block alone just won't be powerful enough for a bigger loop like that? Do I have any simple options or am I looking at a custom WC setup at this point?
I also notice there's this product, but don't like the fact there's still a fan on chip http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/vga/589/accelero-hybrid-7970.html?c=2182
I won't be doing any overclocking, I'm just interested in a quiet PC.

Cheers

If you have room to mount two of these coolers (if two rads will fit into your case), you can use one H60 or H80 on the cpu, and one on the gpu. You have to use a mount like this though:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1247567/h60-h80-h100-installed-on-gpu-bracket-inside#post_17085499

Of course, you can purchase a closed loop cooler specifically for video cards:

http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX39770

Unfortunately they're a little pricy, but it looks like a really sweet cooler. If I thought I could fit one between my two cards, I would purchase two of them.

As for full loops, the entire point of a closed loop is that there's no maintenance. I like the convenience of a closed loop, as do most of the people here (this being the Hydro Club).
Edited by Mergatroid - 3/13/13 at 6:39pm
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