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Yeah but arent you just a little bit curious?
NO ! !

And if this was posted in a watercooling section of a forum they would have chased him out.

From what I gather he is gonna try and remove the pump and just use the cold plate and run an external RAD and pump with a RES.... this was useless, might as well toss it in the trash now.Even the review online that tore it apart waited till the review was over to show you what the inside looked like.It will never work right again...... just build your own custom cooling now and not use anything from the H50 :swearing::swearing:

LOLOLOLLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLLOLOOL

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Well before you tooo further rat-faced, can you add me to the esteemed membership list, please
Oh wow, I thought you were on there ages ago, sorry man!

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NO ! !

And if this was posted in a watercooling section of a forum they would have chased him out.

[...]

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1) It is posted in the watercooling section.
2) I think its pretty cool, even if it doesent work, his plan has a few flaws but I say go for it. I think he can pull off some funky tubing at least.
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I have purchased these fans along with my H50 last night:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103063

Will one of these + my exhaust CM Red LED (that came wiht my Storm Scout) be alright for a push/pull set-up?
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I have purchased these fans along with my H50 last night:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103063

Will one of these + my exhaust CM Red LED (that came wiht my Storm Scout) be alright for a push/pull set-up?
I think you should put the storm scout as the pulling fan and the corsair fan as the pushing fan. As far as I recall the highest CFM fan should be pulling.
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NO ! !

And if this was posted in a watercooling section of a forum they would have chased him out.

From what I gather he is gonna try and remove the pump and just use the cold plate and run an external RAD and pump with a RES.... this was useless, might as well toss it in the trash now.Even the review online that tore it apart waited till the review was over to show you what the inside looked like.It will never work right again...... just build your own custom cooling now and not use anything from the H50 :swearing::swearing:

LOLOLOLLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLLOLOOL

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Its all good chief.

Its the guys dollars, his rig and his responsibility. We all learn by doing. He may have trashed the h50 but he has probably learned more by do this than a whole heap of googling.

Would you & I have done it? No, but it not about me or you.

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Oh wow, I thought you were on there ages ago, sorry man!
LOL, no probs...
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Everyone here should join the water cooling club in my sig. I am the creator of the thread, so you don't have to be worried about being called out as not actually water cooling. :-)
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I think you should put the storm scout as the pulling fan and the corsair fan as the pushing fan. As far as I recall the highest CFM fan should be pulling.
I have purchased 3x Red LED CM fans (90c..) and was hoping it would be OK to use...but I am kind've pissed off newegg doesn't have the AMD brackets..and corsair is sold out atm :swearing:
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I have purchased 3x Red LED CM fans (90c..) and was hoping it would be OK to use...but I am kind've pissed off newegg doesn't have the AMD brackets..and corsair is sold out atm :swearing:
Sorry, I misread. Just pick the one that has the lowest CFM as the push fan. Maybe its best if you can move the storm scout fan and use 2 of the same fan on the heatsink (the Red LED CM fans).
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Everyone here should join the water cooling club in my sig. I am the creator of the thread, so you don't have to be worried about being called out as not actually water cooling. :-)
sorry to quote myself, but if you post in the watercooling club make sure you post pics. i will not add you if you do not post at least one picture of your rig. :-)
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kevingreenbmx, How is your H50 doing with the delta fan ? I was gonna put a really high speed fan on there and start low RPM and slowly go higher to find the point of diminishing return as far as when going any faster will no longer help the H50.... My guess is anything higher than 120CFM will not drop temps anymore and at that point the H50 is maxed out and as good as it's gonna get.Have you found the wall as far as that with the delta ?
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