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I always thought it would be best to match the fans for push / pull, I have no proof or links, just thats what my common sense is telling me, to keep the fans evenly matched.It's your setup though, do it how you think is best and what you like of course.There are better things to debate.

P.S. why have i done countless google searches ETC. and no one has tried high powered 100+ CFM panaflo or something else with this unit other than stock ? and lets see what this thing can really do.I really think you need to double the CFM and static pressure of the stock fan and this thing will make you crap your pants from the low temps......... So anyone gonna try it ? I don't expect a 200CFM delta, but at least lets go over or near the 100CFM mark and see where this things cooling wall is, because we still cannot determine that if no one is gonna be the ginny pig and try it.
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Alrighty! I am finally getting some picture up of the Corsair H50.

I am running the system as exhaust with the Corsair fan closest to the back of my case. So the hot air from inside is being emptied out the back fan.

Here is a simple diagram.

Air / Back of Case / Corsair Fan / Radiator / Antec Stock Fan / Inside Case
<-------- | <----------- || <-------|| <-----------|| <-----------{}

Here are some pictures:









And here is a screen shot of my system running Real Temp 3.40 for about 30 minutes:



I might try turning the fans to see if I can get a cooler idle. I am running a stock i7-920 without any overclocking. However, I will be trying to over clock some this week.
    
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Originally Posted by ccomputertek View Post
Hello everyone, just joined and will soon be jumping on this bandwagon.Sethy666, you need to use matching fans for your push / pull, I don't know why people still don't understand this.
Hey, thanks for the tip. Its all good, Ill use a pair of Xiggy fans and ditch the stock

@ Spendous - Smick LED Ram youve got happening there.
Edited by Sethy666 - 12/6/09 at 7:28pm
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Hey, thanks for the tip. Its all good, Ill use a pair of Xiggy fans and ditch the stock
It depends how big the difference is between the fans of course, I don't know the specs of your other fan, try with the 2 same fans and then with the other ? I just think the matching ones will yield better results.
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Yeah, Ill give it a fly and see which setup is the best.

It may be a lil while as Im in the foldathon starting tonight (my time)

Thx again
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Originally Posted by Spendous View Post
Alrighty! I am finally getting some picture up of the Corsair H50.

I am running the system as exhaust with the Corsair fan closest to the back of my case. So the hot air from inside is being emptied out the back fan.

Here is a simple diagram.

Air / Back of Case / Corsair Fan / Radiator / Antec Stock Fan / Inside Case
<-------- | <----------- || <-------|| <-----------|| <-----------{}

Here are some pictures:









And here is a screen shot of my system running Real Temp 3.40 for about 30 minutes:



I might try turning the fans to see if I can get a cooler idle. I am running a stock i7-920 without any overclocking. However, I will be trying to over clock some this week.
Whoa those are high temps. Without any load? I am overclocked to 3.8 and i get 37-39 idle. hmm..
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Whoa those are high temps. Without any load? I am overclocked to 3.8 and i get 37-39 idle. hmm..

I agree, something is arai, lets get those temps down.
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the radiator is basically sandwiched between two fans. the h50 only comes with 4 screws to mount the fan but the easiest way to mount two is just to use two diagonally on each side.
How is everyone else securing their fans and rad in push/pull configuration?
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I agree, something is arai, lets get those temps down.
Isn't the fan lead supposed to be hooked up to the CPU header? From the pic, it looks like the pump head is hooked up to the CPU header and the fan is attached to something else.
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How is everyone else securing their fans and rad in push/pull configuration?
2 each on both sides diagonally.
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