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post #7041 of 28247
If you undervolt a San Ace 9G1212H101 to run as the same RPM as a GT15 would the noise produced by the San Ace be around the same as a gentle typhoon? and would there be a big difference in how much air is being pushed as well as with static pressure?
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post #7042 of 28247
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Just got my Scythe Ultra Kaze's today. The H-50 came yesterday.

All i need is the appropriate screws for the push-pull configuration.
What size screws do i need to use again?

I am using some black thumb screws like these:


I have x2 38mm Panaflo fans on my set up. Thumb screws fit perfectly and are easy to work with.
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post #7043 of 28247
Hey how well do you think The Rad connected to the front intake do?

I have 1 front fan slot, 1 rear, and 2 on the side panel.

I have 2 120mm fans already, one in the front and one on the back, and I'm using the Stock Intel HSF ziptied to the side panel (dropped GPU temps 3c???)


Where should I put the H50 rad? On the side panel next to the Exhaust fan, or should I exhaust air out the front and intake from the back?

I only have air filters up front though..

Case it an NZXT beta. the first one, not the EVO.
post #7044 of 28247
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Hey how well do you think The Rad connected to the front intake do?

I have 1 front fan slot, 1 rear, and 2 on the side panel.

I have 2 120mm fans already, one in the front and one on the back, and I'm using the Stock Intel HSF ziptied to the side panel (dropped GPU temps 3c???)


Where should I put the H50 rad? On the side panel next to the Exhaust fan, or should I exhaust air out the front and intake from the back?

I only have air filters up front though..

Case it an NZXT beta. the first one, not the EVO.
That is a matter of trying imo, and see what gives you best results.. depends on airflow in your case. I would start with trying it on the rear as exhaust.. also Corsairs way putting it as intake on the rear is worth a try..

Take a day, and try different setups.. and see what suits you the best.
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post #7045 of 28247
Have a huge case and work overseas most of the time, so changing from an antec 1200 full size monster to a CM 690 II Advanced.

I have dual GTX 275s, I7 920 Processor which both get overclocked. So far with the air cooling Im fine but the Vigor monster cooler on the thing has broken down and I wanted a smaller size for the smaller case.

Im planning on buying a few extra fans to throw in the case, and it looks to have cable holes so I can put the radiator on the outside of case.

Anyone have this case? Any good ideas? Im going to use a push/pull configuration. I can get the screws at a hardware store correct? 6-32 x 1-1/4in is the size I need?

Thanks for any help,
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post #7046 of 28247
Just an update, just saw my lowest idle temp ever 32c.
Changed it to fan/case/rad/fan. Load temps went down 2c when i did this.
Now i need a fan grill, it worries me a bit out there lol

So glad i got this, +rep for Asetek

Oh and Ironwolf1974, i tried that with my haf932 but didnt have the right screws. A few have done it for certain cases. Good luck it will make a difference i promise you!
Edited by LiLChris - 4/16/10 at 4:58pm
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So I got my new Fans today...

Two Red LED Cooler Master 120mm R4's. I plan to sandwich my H50 Rad with them; but I am also taking a pair of 25mm Thermaltake Fans that I never used and cut them apart to make a 50mm Shroud.

So, I am curious and... I do apologize if this has been asked before but. Anyone here have any suggestions on how I should put this together? What sort of screws would I need? I am guessing with two 25mm fans and a 50mm shroud; ok thats 100mm there plus the Radiator which I am going to guess isn't more then 25mm itself...

So 130 - 135mm long screws?

Maybe secure it with some washers and nuts?

Or is there another and better way to mount all this together?
     
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So I got my new Fans today...

Two Red LED Cooler Master 120mm R4's. I plan to sandwich my H50 Rad with them; but I am also taking a pair of 25mm Thermaltake Fans that I never used and cut them apart to make a 50mm Shroud.

So, I am curious and... I do apologize if this has been asked before but. Anyone here have any suggestions on how I should put this together? What sort of screws would I need? I am guessing with two 25mm fans and a 50mm shroud; ok thats 100mm there plus the Radiator which I am going to guess isn't more then 25mm itself...

So 130 - 135mm long screws?

Maybe secure it with some washers and nuts?

Or is there another and better way to mount all this together?
You need eight 6-32 x 2 1/4" screws (and a few washers probably). The shrouds are sandwiched between the fan and the rad on each side.
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post #7049 of 28247
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I am using some black thumb screws like these:


I have x2 38mm Panaflo fans on my set up. Thumb screws fit perfectly and are easy to work with.
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You need eight 6-32 x 2 1/4" screws (and a few washers probably). The shrouds are sandwiched between the fan and the rad on each side.

Simple fan screws work as well. If you have a 6-32 x 1cm it will fit inbetween the holes on the shroud and still have enough depth to secure it to the rad. Then you attach the fan to the shroud using fan screws. Thats what I'm doing for my Ultra Kaze.



Oh and here are some fan speed comparisons:

My H50 is currently set up on the rear 120mm slot as follows:

Ultra Kaze 3000 | Shroud | Case | H50 | Noctua NF-P12-1300

Both fans are intake.


I'm running Prime95 blend, and the loop is warmed up.


Ultra Kaze : OFF
Noctua: 65%




Ultra Kaze: ~6V (as low as it can go before turning off)
Noctua: 65%



Ultra Kaze: 12V (100%)
Noctua: 65%




With the UK off my rig is pretty damn silent, when its at 6V, its somewhat noticeable, but only I'm not watching something/gaming/listening to music. At 12V its painfully noticeable, but I can't hear it when I have the fan on in my room.


With just my pathetic little Noctua, running at 65% sucking air in through the rad, case grill and the stationary UK, my H50 still manages to keep the temps in check under load. Tcase as reported by the motherboard was 65C, which is still 7C under the limit. With the UK going at 6V Tcase was just 56C, giving me plenty of OC headroom should I need it.

Thats the magic of the H50. Keeping a 3.8GHz i5 750 at acceptable temps using a single undervolted Noctua fan outputting less than 30 CFM is pretty much impossible on the VenX, Megahalems, and pretty much any other tower heatsink you can buy. I actually got worse temps using the exact same fan with an HDT-S1283 on my tiny little e5200.
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post #7050 of 28247
Ok one more question before I get this all set up! lol.

Can I hook two fans, to a single fan plug on my Mobo, presuming I find a Y-Cable for it?

I just realized that my Mobo may be one fan plug too few. I have two fans on my side panel. Then there is a plug for the CPU Fan and a plug for the PWR Fan. Obviously these will be used for the H50's pump, and the other for one of the Rad fans. I'll have one extra Fan that will need a plug.

I could rig the last fan to power off a 4-pin power plug from the PSU if I have too, as I have one of those available. But I'd rather not as that would just complicate my current wiring mess! lol
     
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