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weeee i just ordered my new push pull fans, yate loon highspeeds lets hope they ll do their job good enough for a medicore oc on my phenom
Whats the model # of the ones you order ? I hope you got the 120x120x38MM model, right away if you get the 25MM your giving up needed static pressure.If you got the ones I think you got, you would have been better off with panaflo 120..... yate loon 120 high speed 101 CFM with 47DB noise and the panaflo is 114 CFM with 45 DB noise and I don't see yate loon giving out static pressure #'s for their fans.You need to do alot of research and go to the fan manufacturer sites and read their tech documents to find the perfect fan for the H50.
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Whats the model # of the ones you order ? I hope you got the 120x120x38MM model, right away if you get the 25MM your giving up needed static pressure.If you got the ones I think you got, you would have been better off with panaflo 120..... yate loon 120 high speed 101 CFM with 47DB noise and the panaflo is 114 CFM with 45 DB noise and I don't see yate loon giving out static pressure #'s for their fans.You need to do alot of research and go to the fan manufacturer sites and read their tech documents to find the perfect fan for the H50.

no i did not go for either one of the fat fans, i have no room for that kinda stuff, neither do i see a point of paying 15 bucks for a single fan, loons have worked great for me on my wc loops in the past and if i need to, ill use a shroud, but like said, i went the cheap route, as i most likely wont be using the pc for a long period of time in this config, after my move to alaska im going back to watercooling most likely. just for now i needed something to bridge xD
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Fair enough, let us know how she blows when you get them installed...... lol
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I just got and installed mine today! I have it in push/pull exhausting out of the rear of my case (Stock CM Scout fan pull, Stock Corsair fan push). Pics in the morning!

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How is everyone else securing their fans and rad in push/pull configuration?
Small zipties for my push fan and lots of patience.
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I wanted to put 240 or 280 mm radiator on corsair h50 instead of his ,and to mount it on the top of the case.Will it work?
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I wanted to put 240 or 280 mm radiator on corsair h50 instead of his ,and to mount it on the top of the case.Will it work?
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It won't. Like the product description says, this is a closed loop system. Dismantling it will ruin the loop entirely.

If you really want a 240mm, you're going to have to go with a custom loop. If not, the best you can ask for is a push/pull on the 120mm radiator of the H50.
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I wanted to put 240 or 280 mm radiator on corsair h50 instead of his ,and to mount it on the top of the case.Will it work?
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Asetek makes them for OEM's so its up to Corsair to make the improvements.
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I found another fan that would be a good candidate for this H50, too bad no one makes a fan speed control panel powerful enough to support this.And the body is made of aluminum also like the radiator, so that might increase the surface area more and help sap even more heat from the radiator.And also metal on metal screwing to the PC case and some heat will transfer that way too, looking for subzero temps with this thing.


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I found another fan that would be a good candidate for this H50, too bad no one makes a fan speed control panel powerful enough to support this.And the body is made of aluminum also like the radiator, so that might increase the surface area more and help sap even more heat from the radiator.And also metal on metal screwing to the PC case and some heat will transfer that way too, looking for subzero temps with this thing.

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I currently have the North-Q Version of this cooler it is fantastic

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