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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

You can push case air through a rad if need be, but it is always best to have outside air being pushed through the rad into the case. I use the included y splitter on my NF-F12 fans plugged into a pwm header and it works fine.

It is always Best??? ... Not necessarily so depending on your setup, many in this forum would disagree for reasons previously discussed, ie. ... Type of case and case ventilation setup, are GPU card(s) clocked and dumping hot air into the case or ventilated out the back? Is your CPU max overclocked and the 2c-4c difference in an intake vs exhaust setup worth the gain while your motherboard/ram and GPU(s) suffer because of less than "Perfect" case ventilation?

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I suppose I could turn the front two 80mm case fans round and have them pulling air out. I didn't really want to do it this way as the are towards the bottom of the front but if the H80i is better drawing in air I might have to...

DanW it would help greatly to know your "total" system specs (see sig). But I'm guessing here that if you only have 2 80mm fans for case circulation that you do not have a classic overclockers case with optimal case air flow. If as you stated your only going to be doing a "mild" OC and the main purpose is to run OSX (only?), you'll be fine running the H80i in a Rear? Exhaust configuration ... actually with your set-up I'd argue you'd be better off with an exhaust config because of the heat build up you'll get in your case with only 2-80mm fans for circulation in an "Intake" config thumb.gif
Edited by TomcatV - 5/23/13 at 11:30am
 
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Hello All first post here just thought I would comment on your statements:
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It is always Best??? ... Not necessarily so and many in this forum would disagree for many reasons previously discussed, ie. ?'s for DanW below Type of case and case ventilation setup, are GPU card(s) clocked and dumping hot air into the case or ventilated out the back? Is your CPU max overclocked and the 2c-4c difference in an intake vs exhaust setup worth the gain while your motherboard/ram and GPU(s) suffer because of less than "Perfect" case ventilation?

I have to to both agree and dissagree with you in that it really depends on the case and how the system is setup. IE if you have a case with above average cooling options then you will have more options But for best cooling on one of the watter based coolers is having cool clean air blowing over the radiator will yeild the best results. However if you have a case that does not have vents in the top of the case for example it may cause more heat on the other system compnents and in that situation then it may be best to have the CPU temp a little hotter and exaust the Case Air. But in this situation I would encourage a different case when its possible.

One thing I do that is inexpensive and easy to do with a new build is go to the hardware store and purchase an outside thermometor and put the probe in side your case and check for hot spots and arrange the fans accordingly to get the best over all case cooling it takes a few days but on avaeage I can lower the inside case temp by 3-10 deg C and thus lower my system temps and its a 10.00 USD part rather than using a FLUKE meter(100.00 USD) with probes that cost 20.00 a piece.
Edited by JohntechUsa - 5/22/13 at 1:22pm
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In and of itself it is obviously better to have cold outside air being used on your rad, then hot case air, not sure why anyone would argue that point. But you are correct that you should design your cooling to make sure there is adequate venting options for the case air. This is ocn after all, I don’t know why anyone wouldn’t just test both in their particular case.
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Morning folks, I am just in the process of rebuild my main PC with some updated hardware (GA-Z77X-UD5H, i7 2600K) along with the H80i and two Noctua NF-F12 fans.

I have to have them pulling air from inside the case to the outside through the H80i but I won't be doing anything but some basic OC'ing on the CPU so hopefully that is ok?

Can I also ask, is it ok to connect the two fans together via a Y splitter and use the motherboard CPU Fan (PWM) connection as the system will be mainly used to run OSX and I am not too concerned about using the Corsair software to control things?

I have used this setup with NF-P12 fans and a TRUE120 for some time on older hardware (GA-EP45-UD3P, Q9650) with great results.


Thanks for the advice.

Yep, using a PWM splitter is a great way to control the fans. My first AIO water cooler was an H70, and I used it the same way. I have an H100 now, and since my main board has two CPU_FAN headers, I still allow my motherboard to control the fans. This is a great way to control the noise level when the system is under light or no load. Right now my 1900 RPM Scythe Slipstream fans are running at 480 RPM.

***Also, not to confuse the issue or anything, but make sure you get a PWM splitter that has the tac wire removed from the second fan connector. Some splitters will connect the tac wire from both fans to the motherboard and this makes it almost impossible to get an accurate RPM signal and so can cause erratic control. I can post a picture if you need one. If you do get one with all four wires connected to both fans, just cut one of the tac wires from one of the fan connectors on the splitter. (don't cut the PWM control line though).

I have to say I agree with TomcatV and JohntechUsa regarding exhaust vs intake.

Using exhaust instead of intake is generally fine. I always use exhaust myself as it only makes a couple of degrees difference, and can actually cool the case interior (again, only by a couple of degrees). Also consider, if your video card(s) exhaust inside your case, you may not want to draw that hot air into your H80. However, if your video card(s) exhaust out the back of the case (like mine do), then using the H80 as exhaust would be fine and will avoid pulling the hot video card exhaust back inside your case through the H80.

Please note. This has been tested in this very thread (more than once). The temperature difference between using exhaust and intake on an all-in-one water cooler has been shown to only be 1 to 2 degrees C. This goes for both the CPU and the case internal temperature. However, I don't think it was tested with video cards under full load, which goes back to my previous comment regarding the exhaust of your video card(s).

Here's an example of the two types of video card exhausts:

http://www.overclock.net/t/831636/official-corsair-graphite-club/2010#post_13976813
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In and of itself it is obviously better to have cold outside air being used on your rad, then hot case air, not sure why anyone would argue that point. But you are correct that you should design your cooling to make sure there is adequate venting options for the case air. This is ocn after all, I don’t know why anyone wouldn’t just test both in their particular case.
It's true pushing cooler air through radiator is the best. In certain conditions, pulling cooler air from outside might give negative effect to the overall cooling. Remember the cooler air was use to remove the heat from radiator & this means dumping hot air inside the case. If poor air flow inside the case, it will only heat up the VRMs/GPU/motherboard. Like Mergatroid said, not to forget if GPU(s) dumping hot air inside the case too. I would think if you can intake at the front (e.g. 2 x 120mm) & bottom (e.g. 1 or 2 x 120mm) and exhaust at the back, then intake on the radiator up top might work well. Ambient also play major role too. If you live in >34C ambient, then I would suggest avoid intake on the radiator, especially if it's located up top.
Edited by kizwan - 5/23/13 at 12:44am
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I have a quick question about the H80i (my Google Fu can't find the answer). Can I use this cooler without the USB cable and the Corsair Link software? I prefer to use my external fan controller. Also, I won't plug the fans into the pump because they need to go to the fan controller. So I can I skip connecting the SATA power cable, and just use the 4-pin?
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I have a quick question about the H80i (my Google Fu can't find the answer). Can I use this cooler without the USB cable and the Corsair Link software? I prefer to use my external fan controller. Also, I won't plug the fans into the pump because they need to go to the fan controller. So I can I skip connecting the SATA power cable, and just use the 4-pin?

I have only just installed mine but AFAIK you have to connect the SATA power cable to run the pump. You don't need the USB connection either unless you want to use the software.

I use Noctua fans from a PWM header and so far it's the quietest PC I have ever built!
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I have a quick question about the H80i (my Google Fu can't find the answer). Can I use this cooler without the USB cable and the Corsair Link software? I prefer to use my external fan controller. Also, I won't plug the fans into the pump because they need to go to the fan controller. So I can I skip connecting the SATA power cable, and just use the 4-pin?

You must use the Sata power the 4 pin is just for your CPU fan header (tricks BIOS to use pump speed for RPM) so will need to disable the CPU fan or it may error. The other fans can be run independently and USB is only for Corsair Link it doesn't serve any other purpose. Why the "i" version if you don't want to use any features?
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I have only just installed mine but AFAIK you have to connect the SATA power cable to run the pump. You don't need the USB connection either unless you want to use the software.

I use Noctua fans from a PWM header and so far it's the quietest PC I have ever built!

Excellent, just what I need to know. I think the annoyingly short SATA power cable will be a pain. I've got some Silverstone FM121s to replace them.
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You must use the Sata power the 4 pin is just for your CPU fan header (tricks BIOS to use pump speed for RPM) so will need to disable the CPU fan or it may error. The other fans can be run independently and USB is only for Corsair Link it doesn't serve any other purpose. Why the "i" version if you don't want to use any features?

I may want to use those features in future builds, plusd it's only ~$10 more than the H80. I was just checking before ordering.
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