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I have a 230mm fan blowing out the top in the case I had my rig in. I still got better temps with the fans on the H50 exhausting than intaking. Give both a shot and stick with the better route.
Yeah, really might be the best bet, corsair recommends 50cfm fans, the one ive already got exhausting is like 44, tink another 44 would be sufficent? would i really see a difference ive i had a couple of higher cfms blowing?

I think I will do exhaust, just so i can keep all my other fans set up the way they are.
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Any tried Noiseblocker Multiframe PWM fans for H50 rad cooling?



I’ve come across looser101’s feedback on them which weren’t very good. Curious to see if anyone else has tried using them.
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Should Scythe Ultra Kaze 133cfm fans be used for a push pull setup? or is it overkill

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...20ultra%20kaze
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Just my opinion – but I think anything that loud, although effective from a cooling standpoint, would defeat the purpose of an H50 in terms of noise.

I had 2 Scythe S-Flexes in push / pull then a single S-Flex in push and even that was too loud for me.
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Yeah, really might be the best bet, corsair recommends 50cfm fans, the one ive already got exhausting is like 44, tink another 44 would be sufficent? would i really see a difference ive i had a couple of higher cfms blowing?

I think I will do exhaust, just so i can keep all my other fans set up the way they are.
I would just try both ways, you never know how it might work better for you
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hi the.ronin

Here is link for conclusion on the above fans, and the full table of contents let you see/hear more about the fans, they get very good write up air/db levels.

Worth a read anyways?

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coo..._30.html#sect0

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Just my opinion – but I think anything that loud, although effective from a cooling standpoint, would defeat the purpose of an H50 in terms of noise.

I had 2 Scythe S-Flexes in push / pull then a single S-Flex in push and even that was too loud for me.

And it's a very valid opinion! I'm just not getting an h50 for its sound level, im getting it for cooling performance, so Im just trying to find a good couple of fans to use for a push pull, I still dont own an H50, so maybe you guys can share some insight with me as to which fans are going good for you all....also, does exhaust push/pull still get more vote than intake push/pull?
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hi Forum

For me the H50 with Lancool K62 case with two 140mm 1000 rpm top fans as exhausts and H50 as intake( placed top rear of case) is working okay, better than the H50 exhausting.

Having said that I am ordering/looking at other case fans to play with, and so far have utilised spare 1500rpm 120mm fan as intake at front in the 5.25 optical bays, blowing towards the CPU.

It really is a matter of trying diff combinations to get best effect...also a PITA in some ways, but trying to get it right heat/longevity balance will probably pay dividends, so onwards and..upwards hopefully.

The H50 leaves plenty space in the case for me, its just getting the airflow right..

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hi the.ronin

Here is link for conclusion on the above fans, and the full table of contents let you see/hear more about the fans, they get very good write up air/db levels.

Worth a read anyways?

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coo..._30.html#sect0

Cheers.
Thanks for that link Ninja. Very informative stuff. Seems NB makes some decent fans ala Noctua.

On another note, I’m seeing a 5C differential between my hottest (core 0) and coolest (core 3) cores. Is this a source of concern or did is my seating off? Reason I’d prefer not to re-seat is because it’s the best cooling I’ve achieved so far.
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hi Forum

For me the H50 with Lancool K62 case with two 140mm 1000 rpm top fans as exhausts and H50 as intake( placed top rear of case) is working okay, better than the H50 exhausting.

Having said that I am ordering/looking at other case fans to play with, and so far have utilised spare 1500rpm 120mm fan as intake at front in the 5.25 optical bays, blowing towards the CPU.

It really is a matter of trying diff combinations to get best effect...also a PITA in some ways, but trying to get it right heat/longevity balance will probably pay dividends, so onwards and..upwards hopefully.

The H50 leaves plenty space in the case for me, its just getting the airflow right..

cheers
Good info here, Ill experiment around with different fans, and see how they work. Also, ive read that the h50 comes with shinetsu as the stock tim, am I to assume this works awesome, and I have no reason to use aftermarket grease until i have to reseat the heatsink?
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