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You'll want a good fan controller on that if its rated at 48 dBa, that's very loud. 4.2W is a lot of power draw as well so you probably won't be able to just hook it onto your motherboard, you could do some serious damage.

The website gives no indication of static pressure but you can assume it to be quite good simply because its 38mm and pretty daym powerful. This fan would work great to actually mount it on the radiator though putting it in series with 2 less powerful fans is likely to just cause a bottleneck of airflow.

If you've got a good fan controller (one that one burnt out at 4.2W) then go for it I think
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I guess with these fans you just connect only the yellow wire or the PWM wire to your MB and power and ground go to power supply.
On 3-wire fans the motherboard requires a ground and the yellow wire from the fan. The fan will send (probably 5V) pulses through the yellow wire relative to it's ground. Just connecting the yellow wire will probably do nothing. Also DO NOT split the ground and send it to your motherboard as well, unless you do some serious testing, and I mean getting your voltemeter and your motherboard manual out to make sure it's ok, every fan is different. Also the yellow wire is just an RPM indicator, you wont be able to control the speed of the fan from this.

As for the 4-pin wires, I'm not sure, you might be ok with this but I don't know how they work.

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On 3-wire fans the motherboard requires a ground and the yellow wire from the fan. The fan will send (probably 5V) pulses through the yellow wire relative to it's ground. Just connecting the yellow wire will probably do nothing. Also DO NOT split the ground and send it to your motherboard as well, unless you do some serious testing, and I mean getting your voltemeter and your motherboard manual out to make sure it's ok, every fan is different. Also the yellow wire is just an RPM indicator, you wont be able to control the speed of the fan from this.
Sorry, I meant fans with 4 wires on them.

Quoting sadasius13:

For these fans you cannot use a regular fan controller. You will fry it instantly! These fans require a PWM signal to be used to regulate RPM. There are 4 wires on these fans. The brown wire is the PWM wire. So what you do when your water cooling is you hook up all 4 wires (as per the fans on rad in video here) to the PWM on the motherboard for the CPU fan header.
sadasius13 (2 months ago)Make sure you know which one to splice that into or you will fry your motherboard. Then you take one RPM signal wire (yellow) and hook it beside the PWM connection on the same header. Then you take all the power wires and wire them separately to molex connectors and make sure to spread the load over different wires connected to the PSU as they will get hot and melt if you have them all hooked to the same set of wires.
sadasius13 (2 months ago)So if you do all this correctly you can use the BIOS settings or a program to control your fans speeds. Hope this helps!
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CPU [i.e. Computer Power User] Vol 9, Iss #13

Corsair Hydro Series H50 is now FAMOUS and SPOTLIGHT in magazine, on internet such as commercial, articles, etc.
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You'll want a good fan controller on that if its rated at 48 dBa, that's very loud. 4.2W is a lot of power draw as well so you probably won't be able to just hook it onto your motherboard, you could do some serious damage.

The website gives no indication of static pressure but you can assume it to be quite good simply because its 38mm and pretty daym powerful. This fan would work great to actually mount it on the radiator though putting it in series with 2 less powerful fans is likely to just cause a bottleneck of airflow.

If you've got a good fan controller (one that one burnt out at 4.2W) then go for it I think
Killhouse, ahh really? thanks for infom details and your concerning, I really appreciate that. I wondering if it can connect on power supply instead of motherboard? Hmm*..

I recently purchased this is full aluminum fan

FAN-AC 12388
AirFlow: 85/97cfm
Noise: 41/44dBA
Current: 0.20/0.24A
Speed: 2700/3100rpm
Power: 16/19w
Voltage: 115v
Frequency: 50/60Hz

..Mm..

REP+ you deserve that!
Edited by GAMERIG - 12/11/09 at 12:35pm
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question for all you guys running push/pull.......
im fed up waiting on another set of screws being delivered, so im just gona go ahead and install my H50. is it ok to just use 2 screws on each fan? it seems like a lot of weight for only 2 screws to support
i`ll add the other 4 when the eventually arrive
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question for all you guys running push/pull.......
im fed up waiting on another set of screws being delivered, so im just gona go ahead and install my H50. is it ok to just use 2 screws on each fan? it seems like a lot of weight for only 2 screws to support
i`ll add the other 4 when the eventually arrive
Dude, Yeah samething I did install two screws on each fan like that.. you will be fine.. go for it and enjoy with H50 in your rig when you look at that.
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Dude, Yeah samething I did install two screws on each fan like that.. you will be fine.. go for it and enjoy with H50 in your rig when you look at that.
Yep, that's how mine is setup
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question for all you guys running push/pull.......
im fed up waiting on another set of screws being delivered, so im just gona go ahead and install my H50. is it ok to just use 2 screws on each fan? it seems like a lot of weight for only 2 screws to support
i`ll add the other 4 when the eventually arrive
Most of the guys here did that. I used four screws on the Pull fan (the one facing the back of my case) and zipties on my push fan.
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