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Hi, congrats for your purchase! From what I understand the pump of your H110i GTX is running at full speed, all the time. Is it noisy?

Thank you smile.gif

Hi,

no. I don't hear it at all. The fans are quiet as well. I set the fan curve in the Bios very balanced before the fans go hard (then of course they are noisy as hell)
But due to the max flow of the pump, at gaming, my CPU never reaches those temps, therefore the fans remain silent as well.
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Hi,

no. I don't hear it at all. The fans are quiet as well. I set the fan curve in the Bios very balanced before the fans go hard (then of course they are noisy as hell)
But due to the max flow of the pump, at gaming, my CPU never reaches those temps, therefore the fans remain silent as well.

Okay, good to hear, thank you! The reason I asked is because I use the H110 and its pump, which is always running at full speed as it is supposed to, is completely inaudible in my system. This means that even if I will approach my ear close to it, in an open air setup, and concentrate on hearing something, I am not able to hear anything coming from the pump. Great to hear it is the same with the pump of the H110i GTX.

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Hi all. I just bought it last week and put it in thumb.gif H110i GTX
No Corsair Link due to lack of second USB 2.0 Header. Pump connected direclty to PSU, Fans connected to 4-pin CPU 1 and CPU 2 connection on the mainboard and fan curve set in Bios. Works like a Charme biggrin.gif and keeps my 4790K @4.7 Ghz nice and cool thumb.gif

I didn't check but I believe the form here to enter the club runs over google which unfortunately is blocked here redface.gif



I assume you had to remove ODD cage and all ModuVents. True?
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I assume you had to remove ODD cage and all ModuVents. True?

Hi,

yep, had to. But that was no problem. I don't use a DVD drive anymore for a long time. So it fits perfectly. Couldn't put it in the top back because it interfered with my Noctua back fan. My top covers are made of 3 parts so I just had to remove the 2 front ones. The one in the back is still on . The Fractal Design R5 is a pretty decent case. You can pretty much throw any cooling solution at it.
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Hey their is a version 4.2 with new ui

Seem to work now for me il report back. the 3.2 version was buggued like mad.
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I'm planning on getting a H110i GT and was going to replace the stock fans with 2x Phanteks PH-F140SP fans that I have. I was wondering if I should completely replace the Corsair fans or run them in a push/pull setup? Is the H110i GT radiator thick enough to require a push/pull setup or will my two PH-F140SP fans be enough?
    
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Hello!

So... after a month of using H100i GTX I am slowly learning that stock Corsair fans are too loud, so I have some questions related to changing the fans...
Whats the wattage limit for the fans pluged into cooler?
Does cooler get all of the power just from one 3pin motherboard connector, or does it get some from USB 2.0 (CLink) too?
What fans would you recommend, higher RPM/Air flow if needed for benching... I am looking at EK-Furious Vardar (3000rpm, 5.64W), but I am not sure if it would work at 100% fan speed (too much power draw?)
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those are good chioce of fans.......the pump gets power from psu ,,the 3pn header is for rpm monitoring...
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Hello!

So... after a month of using H100i GTX I am slowly learning that stock Corsair fans are too loud, so I have some questions related to changing the fans...
Whats the wattage limit for the fans pluged into cooler?
Does cooler get all of the power just from one 3pin motherboard connector, or does it get some from USB 2.0 (CLink) too?
What fans would you recommend, higher RPM/Air flow if needed for benching... I am looking at EK-Furious Vardar (3000rpm, 5.64W), but I am not sure if it would work at 100% fan speed (too much power draw?)

I'm using the exact same cooler and used the stock fans for a couple of weeks but they were too loud, imho.
So now I'm using Corsair SP120Q PWM in Push/Pull config and I love them, not too loud.
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those are good chioce of fans.......the pump gets power from psu ,,the 3pn header is for rpm monitoring...

PSU? Well everything is getting power from PSU rolleyes.gif , but cooler is not directly connected to the PSU its either 3pin or the USB 2.0... that is what I want to know...

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I'm using the exact same cooler and used the stock fans for a couple of weeks but they were too loud, imho.
So now I'm using Corsair SP120Q PWM in Push/Pull config and I love them, not too loud.

How do you have fans connected?
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