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As Chicken Patty said earlier, I will have to have a play with it and see what works best[/QUOTE]

In my HAF 922 I had plenty of room to place this in the spare 5 1/4 inch drive bays with room to spare (i.e. dosen't affect my DVD drive which is at the top). The diference between this and using it as an exhaust was only about 1to 1.5 degrees....but still. I also found that even with all the fans in my case (i.e. 3 X 200mm...one at the front, one at the side one at the top and 1 X 120mm out the back and 1 X 120mm fan blowing from the bottom up) the MB temp and NB temp all went up about 3-4 degrees idle and about 8 degrees more at max load with this configuration. I'm undecided if I'll change it back to exhaust yet. Thinking about it....

Note that I have fan shroud rad shroud fan set-up as well.
    
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On "My" 932haf with my setup, Exhaust push pull works great.
I may be able to shave a bit more off as intake, but I was feeling a LOT of heat out the top fan when I had it as intake with the single fan.. I like the results I have now better.
Aha! Well I think I'm going to go with the same setup then bud. I see I have also orederd the same Fans you are using, if im right they are the 1600rpm/63CFM ones aye ?

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That is incorrect. The H50 is a "dual pass" radiator. Both In and outflow are located in the same area. Fluid enters, goes up along the "back" side then loops down the "front" side and exits the opposite tube.
Ok, was never sure about the difference between the two.
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I agree, i have 2xGTX285's overclocked in my rig and boy do they get hot, they are by far the hottest part in the case, @ 70c max they can effect the flow, but this is what i did to stop the residual heat effecting my cpu.



Push the gpu air out the back or side! my gpu is super chilled from all angles allowing the stock gpu fans to suck up cold air from outside the case and dump the hot air out the back, not giving it any chance to heat up the inside of the case!
you see I was tempted by this same setup having push/pull intake at the rear, but i was worried a little about my 1x230mm fan at the top was goin to be enuff to exhaust all the heat from within my case(HAF932). Bearing in mind it would be my only exhaust fan. I could make my side 230mm fan also exhaust.
    
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I know forums are to discuss and I'm all up for that, I'm just trying to get a point across as most people try to copy other users setups, etc.
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you see I was tempted by this same setup having push/pull intake at the rear, but i was worried a little about my 1x230mm fan at the top was goin to be enuff to exhaust all the heat from within my case(HAF932). Bearing in mind it would be my only exhaust fan. I could make my side 230mm fan also exhaust.
I shouldn't see this being a problem! and to be honest when the air comes through the Rad into the case its hardly HOT, for me the 2 x120mm do an ample job of taking the air out of the case, but because i have to MAssive HOT gpus i had to be a little more inventive with that cooling,

A side exhaust is a good idea, as well as the top, I was looking at the HAF932 but decided to go for the Corsair 800d, so the diagram i made earlier is based on my CM-690 and works well in such a confined space, like i mentioned in an earlier post there are 5 factors you have to consider when installing a H-50.

Might be worth checking em out. but its a case of trial and error, as long as you have enough TIM to keep playing?
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I know forums are to discuss and I'm all up for that, I'm just trying to get a point across as most people try to copy other users setups, etc.
Maybe it sounded like I was snapping back, wasn't the intent in my message, I appreciate every setup is different, one of the main reasons behind this is the climate they live in, but I'm just here to gain knowledge of what is working best for everyone so I know where to begin when I come to put it together
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I shouldn't see this being a problem! and to be honest when the air comes through the Rad into the case its hardly HOT, for me the 2 x120mm do an ample job of taking the air out of the case, but because i have to MAssive HOT gpus i had to be a little more inventive with that cooling,

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Might be worth checking em out. but its a case of trial and error, as long as you have enough TIM to keep playing?
Aye I have enuff time! well, at the moment (week of work) I heard the 800d doesnt match up to the air flow of the HAF 932 ? and have heard such things as exhaust is the way to go with the 932. Well like you said trial and error! I have the time at the mo to mess around a bit with reversing intake/exhausts etc. After I have finished my build today I shall take some pics and temp reading and see what I come up with!

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HAHA that's what I like to hear man. Sometimes when you overclock and then you enjoy your PC at that clock, you get that sense of success. It's a great feeling



Sorry buddy, I've been a bit out of the loop lately, this thread is wayy tooo active to stay up to date.

What were your temps with the H50, those above are with the TRUE correct?
thanks man. well with the H50 and mulitple set-ups in take or exhaust the temps are atrocious. right now 2 minutes into prime with the same volts i am hovering around 75c. no matter what set-up, TIM or fans this cooler doesn't seem to be doing it for me. any more suggestions i would love.

EDIT

ok. i am an idiot (kind of) well with my Classified it came with a control panel (ecp). see those blue buttons? well those are for vcore boots and guess what? that's right captain idiot had hit one. how i figured t out was my vcore in my bios say 1.18 then looking at CPUz closely it says that it was at 1.28. i thought my motherboard was going until looking at the front i say the red light on about the second blue button. now lets see what the deal is. will post back after a few runs of linX.

Edited by killerhz - 3/29/10 at 8:28am
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do you have a shroud? this allows for more airflow over the whole radiator.

What are your idle temps and ambient air temps?
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