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ive changed coolers from Antec 620 to Corsair H60 (2013), here are the differences: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Antc 620 @ 1400rpm fan speed:




Corsair H60 @ 1900rpm fan speed:


with the Antec the fan was connected to the pump and the pump was connected to the CPU header, which was at full speed in bios. Yet it still only went as far as 1400rpm for some reason and i had no control over it. For corsair the fan is seperated from pump so I could control its speed which is max 1900rpm and min is 1080rpm for when its idle as its on Automatic in bios. It takes a bit of time for it to speed up when temps get really hot, like 2 minute delay. I knew the H60 would be a downgrade for cooling so i wasnt surprised, seems like antec performed much better, i dont know what you guys think? I should probably compare them with both same fan speeds. The corsair fan is kind of loud even on low, anyone know what to replace it with? I have it as exhaust.

also i have the pump connected to the "power fan connector (PWR fan)" is that wrong?

Those temps look about right to me. The H60 isn't a higher end cooler in Corsair's lineup, but it's still pretty good. You could improve you cpu temps slightly my making it intake, but then the interior of your case might warm up a bit too.
What fan to use depends on what you're looking for. Scythe AP15 is what people seem to like the most for decent performance and noise. Same with Yate Loons. Still, there are a lot of fans out there. The Corsair fans (see my last post) are actually pretty good. You could always search through the thread for "fan" and see what people recommend. I'm a big fan of PWM fans myself. It doesn't matter which fan header you plug the pump into as long as you have control of that header disabled in BIOS so the pump is always running at max. Personally, I would recommend using a fan header that your motherboard monitors so it will generate a fan error if there's a problem with the pump.
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I run just pull and have for a long time. I tested it versus push and it was pretty much the same. Pull makes it easier to clean because the dust is not between the fan and the rad.

I agree that, between push and pull you're hardly going to notice any difference at all, if any. Personally, I prefer push but that's just because I've always used push. If I had to use pull I wouldn't feel bad about it.
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Have they announced the release date for the H105? I'm debating whether I want to pounce on an H100i or H110, or wait for the H105.
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Have they announced the release date for the H105? I'm debating whether I want to pounce on an H100i or H110, or wait for the H105.

It should hit the retail shelves at the end of this month.
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Got my new rig all built using H100i, and it's great! Super silent (using SP120 Quiet Editions). Can barely even tell my PC is on!
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^ That's awesome. Don't be too shy to share a pic.
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Fry's has factory refurbished H100i for $69.99. I picked one up for a decommissioned rig.
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post #24657 of 28303
Hi, I currently have a Corsair H100i push setup. I was thinking of configuring it to a push pull setup. Would getting 2 SP fans for push and use the stock fans for pulling be alright?
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Push-pull won't help you that much, maybe 1-3c drop at the most.
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Push-pull won't help you that much, maybe 1-3c drop at the most.

1-3*C can mean quite a bit, depending on the person and the goals that person is trying to achieve....biggrin.gif
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Can I be added to the club pls.
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Hi guys can I join your group.







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