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It depends a lot on case airflow. I cant wait to flip the 55mm Feser 122 on my radiator around and try it in pull setup - from what I hear I should get better temperatures. Just need the screws.
I just installed two Feser 55m mid speed. I bought from boltdepot.com 4x 6x32 by 2 1/2 and they worked great. They just needed two washers so you dont bend those fins. I needed four more, so I went to Lowes and the only ones they had that were close were 3 inch long ones. So I bought those and a package of washers and nuts. 2 nuts, 2 washers with a kama bay rafter and they worked great. I also bought 2x Kama Bay Intakes and put those in the six unused slots I have on the front of my case.

Just got done doing intelburn test and the highest it got up to was 47C. Prime95 for 15 minutes it was 45C. Stock clock.

Pix when i find my other usb upload cable, the dog ate it like 15 minutes ago.
Edited by Prugor - 3/18/10 at 8:40pm
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yeah it's just a thaught, *space permitting* it would b tricky to get everything attached and would make access a bit more troublesome, but being able to have top and rear exhaust, AND additional airflow over the GPU might make it worthwile.
That would be cool, but as stated, might warm up your GPU's more. Tricky move to do it there, then tubing length might not allow to open side panel for easy access.

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Getting the H50 as a front intake on the 902 will require some work for me as my 5870 is just killing a easier move. I may just forget about it as my temps are fine. I'm all for breaking out tools and doing some mods, but not unless it's going to actually produce results other than a degree or two, which I doubt it will.
If temps are fine I wouldn't go through the hassle, probably you won't get much gains.

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Thats a nice gain!

What TIM and which fans? Enquiring minds need to know



And the time of the year. Intake generally better in the cooler months, exhaust in the warmer ones... thats been my experience anyway
Thanks for sharing your experience, interesting.
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It depends a lot on case airflow. I cant wait to flip the 55mm Feser 122 on my radiator around and try it in pull setup - from what I hear I should get better temperatures. Just need the screws.
Hey KH... that MOTM icon looks good on you man
Edited by Sethy666 - 3/18/10 at 9:39pm
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My h50 airflow diagram is listed below. I have my h50 running in exhaust and it works wonderfully.
    
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Hey thanks everyone for your advice!
Based on what I can see, I'll be going for rear fan setup, and have a bit of a play with flow direction and speeds for the other fans before I try modding anything - hopefully it'll all be stable with that alone.

Thanks again, I'll be back when done!
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Hey thanks everyone for your advice!
Based on what I can see, I'll be going for rear fan setup, and have a bit of a play with flow direction and speeds for the other fans before I try modding anything - hopefully it'll all be stable with that alone.

Thanks again, I'll be back when done!
Yeah man good choice, same as me, idle 37c load 59c!

Personally there has been alot of talk about fans, and the CM Excalibur, or what ever, i agree with what was said before about the holes in the frame...EPIC FAIL.

THESE are the quietest/fastest fans i can find, and i have 4 on the way to me today!! the sound/static/airflow are simply great!

What do you guys think, you betting its going to effect my temps?
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My h50 airflow diagram is listed below. I have my h50 running in exhaust and it works wonderfully.
Nice setup there, I like it .
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I just installed two Feser 55m mid speed. I bought from boltdepot.com 4x 6x32 by 2 1/2 and they worked great. They just needed two washers so you dont bend those fins. I needed four more, so I went to Lowes and the only ones they had that were close were 3 inch long ones. So I bought those and a package of washers and nuts. 2 nuts, 2 washers with a kama bay rafter and they worked great. I also bought 2x Kama Bay Intakes and put those in the six unused slots I have on the front of my case.

Just got done doing intelburn test and the highest it got up to was 47C. Prime95 for 15 minutes it was 45C. Stock clock.

Pix when i find my other usb upload cable, the dog ate it like 15 minutes ago.
Sweet, I know which screws I need. It's just a matter of getting around to ordering them

Looking forward to seeing how Push/Pull goes because these fans amaze me
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Sweet, I know which screws I need. It's just a matter of getting around to ordering them

Looking forward to seeing how Push/Pull goes because these fans amaze me
Those Triebwerk's are nice but my problem is that for a push/pull on my radiator it would be £99.32 for the four fans with postage. Also, I would want the high speed versions that I cant seem anywhere, looks like they dont make high speeds according to the feser site. Damn nice fans though.

Going to have to stick with these dieing AC Ryan's pushing and an Ultra Kaze 3000 and a ADDA 2200 RPM pulling. Temps are also good enough for me and current clock. Been folding quite alot recently, these SMP work units really get the heat pumping.

Edit:

On a side note, does anybody know of any powerful 140mm fans?
Edited by Willhemmens - 3/19/10 at 6:07am
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They are not cheap, and no, their midspeed is the fastest version they have. But it's more than fast enough! Your fans sounds pretty good too though.

OT: Just got my folding and MOTM postbit *cheer*
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