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Well, if Im going to run a 'topless' pump, I might as well review my entire setup. Heres the plan..

1) Run topless and attempt sinking the caps and replace current stock sink (cooling with antec spot cooler)

2) Replace Mx 3 TIM with Shin Etsu X 23

3) Fans???
Push>Shroud>case>rad>pull
Currently running CM R4s on both push & pull
Can anyone suggest a better alternative to these fans? Search is driving me nuts!

4) Based on looser101's suggestion
Push>Shroud>case>rad>shroud>pull (nothing to loose with this)

5) Place 120mm gaskets between fans and shrouds. (why? Why not?)

Whew... there goes my week-end


Any suggestions on those fans would be great. I will be purchasing from the site below, so pls dont suggest something that is not on that web page.



Any other suggestions welcome
Nothing wrong with those fans...
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3) Fans???
Push>Shroud>case>rad>pull
Currently running CM R4s on both push & pull
Can anyone suggest a better alternative to these fans? Search is driving me nuts!
I will be testing multiple fan setups over the next week, but quite frankly the R4's are fabulous for CFM/pressure vs. noise.
    
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Just bought an H50
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Nothing wrong with those fans...
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but quite frankly the R4's are fabulous for CFM/pressure vs. noise.

Thats why Im running them now

However some say CM, others Zalman, others Sythe... ahhhh! I just dont want to get the system back together and then pull it apart again.
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Just bought an H50
Welcome to our house of fun! Enjoy your stay and dont forget to post pics of your setup... we love pics

Killhouse will no doubt add you to the members list when he is finished at the keg party
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I used to run my H50 in an un-modded A902, lovely system for that case. I definetely recommend going to the H50 from stock cooling

Thats a pain Can you use 1 38mm fan and 1 25mm fan on it? The screws should be 6-32 threaded btw, it's an imperial measure that you can find at any home hardware store.
I'll get some soon enough. Hmm.. How tight a bend can I negotiate and still ensure that the tubes won't break/leak? I have a small mobo, small casing, and the tubes are so stiff I daren't bend them in case the thing breaks at the barbs.


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Welcome to our house of fun! Enjoy your stay and dont forget to post pics of your setup... we love pics

Killhouse will no doubt add you to the members list when he is finished at the keg party
I shall add you when Im done soldering some stuff up

Also check this out sethy
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ml#post8364079
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I'll get some soon enough. Hmm.. How tight a bend can I negotiate and still ensure that the tubes won't break/leak? I have a small mobo, small casing, and the tubes are so stiff I daren't bend them in case the thing breaks at the barbs.


EDIT: BTW Add moi to list, thanx.
Nothing more acute than 90 degrees. Unless the bend is gradual curve to that angle - the gentler, the better. I dont think the tubes will let you make an acute bend anyway.

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Also check this out sethy
Yep - saw that, nice work! That beast isnt available on the website Im purchasing from
Edited by Sethy666 - 2/2/10 at 7:00pm
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...jst O-bit-OFF-topic > > >

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......Killhouse will no doubt add you to the members list when he is finished at the keg party
. . . . .................... ...........WTH ! ! ! . . . . . and i wasn't /didn't even get an invitation ! ! ! ...... . . . . . .gzzzzzz......


mr. Charles .

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I'm curious, Do you guys still use the stock corsair fan that it comes with H50?
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