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so, you are stating that from the pictures in your posting's, of #5965, that the NEWer bracket's
for within the REV.3's are like the second picture??{ made of like " tin_can " metal-like???}

so, that would mean the first picture is showing of the "older/earlier" type of bracket's???
{ which tend to look better/stronger ! ! } .... correct me if i am looking/seeing this wrong and all . . .

. . . along with the fact that the one's with the "tin/metal" type
come with a "plastic/type" of a backplate, even......


mr-Charles .

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The metal ones are the new rev. Corsair IMO cheaped out to save some $$ with the newer mounts. But I have been testing them and they seem ok so I am not complaining.


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they are set as dual channel that way. it was weird, in slot one and three it was single, one and four, dual, so i leave it that way..
Damn that's weird.
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ok fellas, this probably been asked before but as you can see on my sig rig i have the mega for a cooling solution but its getting to be too loud for my taste... im not aiming for uber high ocs i sit at 3.2 nicely..now i was thinking of picking up this unit. question is 1) at stock would this be quieter than my current set up or just about the same 2) if i do pick this up what revision should i look for and 3) whats the optimal mounting position for the rad in my 1200?? in or out?? thanks in advance
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Could somebody suggest me a less louder and similarly priced alternative to the Scythe Ultra Kaze?

I was thinking of getting the 3000RPM + Fan Controller but a lot of people are saying that it will sound even worse when it's undervolted.
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ok fellas, this probably been asked before but as you can see on my sig rig i have the mega for a cooling solution but its getting to be too loud for my taste... im not aiming for uber high ocs i sit at 3.2 nicely..now i was thinking of picking up this unit. question is 1) at stock would this be quieter than my current set up or just about the same 2) if i do pick this up what revision should i look for and 3) whats the optimal mounting position for the rad in my 1200?? in or out?? thanks in advance
1- Yes, factory fan is PWM so hook it up to the mobo and you can control it through software or BIOS.

2- Not sure, I think they only sell the last revision

3- Probably Exhaust, but TEST TEST TEST

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Could somebody suggest me a less louder and similarly priced alternative to the Scythe Ultra Kaze?

I was thinking of getting the 3000RPM + Fan Controller but a lot of people are saying that it will sound even worse when it's undervolted.
I don't see how that is possible? If anything you can get the S Type 110 CFM ones from Scythe and a fan controller, they work great on a fan controller.
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Could somebody suggest me a less louder and similarly priced alternative to the Scythe Ultra Kaze?

I was thinking of getting the 3000RPM + Fan Controller but a lot of people are saying that it will sound even worse when it's undervolted.
Hey, well i went for these

They're looking pretty good!! and quiet, not bad Airflow too



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Before

4.2ghz and new thermal paste/better tubing intake
Nice Ambient temps?

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Trust me, you'll get better airflow control.
What is airflow control? Is that like ATC?
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1- Yes, factory fan is PWM so hook it up to the mobo and you can control it through software or BIOS.

2- Not sure, I think they only sell the last revision

3- Probably Exhaust, but TEST TEST TEST



I don't see how that is possible? If anything you can get the S Type 110 CFM ones from Scythe and a fan controller, they work great on a fan controller.
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I'm thinking of doing a dual-single-rad setup like sexybastard did, in my P180 Mini, but I was just wondering - how powerful is the H50 pump? I think I remember reading that somebody's pump burned out because of the stress of the entire loop, and I don't know if this was just an isolated incident, or something that's guaranteed to happen if I mod the H50.

And yes, I realize I have a topic on this question already, I just didn't think of posting here until now.
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I'm thinking of doing a dual-single-rad setup like sexybastard did, in my P180 Mini, but I was just wondering - how powerful is the H50 pump? I think I remember reading that somebody's pump burned out because of the stress of the entire loop, and I don't know if this was just an isolated incident, or something that's guaranteed to happen if I mod the H50.

And yes, I realize I have a topic on this question already, I just didn't think of posting here until now.
I'm using a 240 ek rad and a swiftech mcres rev2. still running strong.

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how many months is it running?i like to mod my h50 and i want to know if the h50 pump can handle 2 rads and a res
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