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Wish I knew. Could of saved me some money. I would hazard a guess at static pressure, even if you funnel it down to 120mm. It wasn't a total disaster, just that it didn't perform better than a high static pressure 120 fan, so why bother.
What was the dif in temps? I would think they were quieter, no?
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What was the dif in temps? I would think they were quieter, no?
It's been awhile, but it was about the same or maybe a little higher temps. Best performance was with one corner of the fan screwed in a mounting hole and through bolts on the other corners in P/P.
Noiseblocker seems to sound rate their fans at lower speeds cause they are not quiet!
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post #7533 of 28303
Anyone want to chime in?

I currently have 3 fans.
1. Off my Xigmatek Dark Knight
1000~2000 RPM
89.45 CFM
2. Off my case (Xigmatek)
1500 RPM
61 CFM
3. Off the corsair h50

If I was going for a push and pull setup, which fans would go where?
I was thinking fan 1 would be used as an exhaust and fan 2 as an intake.
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post #7534 of 28303
I bet 3/4 of this thread is related to fan questions.

Sound not being a concern, what is the best fans to use...Ultra Kaze 3000RPM?
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post #7535 of 28303
Akasa 12cm APACHE Black or there new viper is better imo.
Edited by Inraged Twitch - 4/28/10 at 10:18am
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Akasa 12cm APACHE Black or there new viper is better imo.
yikes over $20 for one fan.

let me rephrase...what is the best performing fan, (sound aside) in a $10ish price range?
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Please tell me if this is normal. I don't think it is but I have seen stranger things.

Here is my setup: GT>shroud>Rad>shroud>GT> Intake from the front of the case.

System in sig. CPU running at 200x19 and 1.2V

I've reseated the block on the CPU three times, cleaning with Arcticlean and replacing thermal compound with T-C Grease 0098 each time. Once using the BB size dot in the middle (not giving good coverage), and twice doing the plastic wrap finger giving good coverage.

These are my temps:

Idle: 41,39,41,36
load (Prime95) max: 68,66,67,62

After every time I have reseated the block I consistently get 5 to 6 deg. (1st core to last) cooler temps on the last core. Is this normal?
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Please tell me if this is normal. I don't think it is but I have seen stranger things.

Here is my setup: GT>shroud>Rad>shroud>GT> Intake from the front of the case.

System in sig. CPU running at 200x19 and 1.2V

I've reseated the block on the CPU three times, cleaning with Arcticlean and replacing thermal compound with T-C Grease 0098 each time. Once using the BB size dot in the middle (not giving good coverage), and twice doing the plastic wrap finger giving good coverage.

These are my temps:

Idle: 41,39,41,36
load (Prime95) max: 68,66,67,62

After every time I have reseated the block I consistently get 5 to 6 deg. (1st core to last) cooler temps on the last core. Is this normal?
Fairly normal. Its because either the CPU's IHS or the H50's base isnt flat.
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It is okay just make sure the stronger fan is the push. Just make sure there isn't a hugeeee difference in airflow between them or else the weaker fan will burn up eventually. Obviously the same fan would be the best though.
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I bought this fan:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ef=oss_product

I was planning on using the stock Corsair fan as the intake and have the Cooler Master as the inside fan being an exhaust.

Will that work okay?

Somebody pls answer my question
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I would say yes. Although it's better to have the same fan on both sides but I'm sure you knew that already.
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