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these are wat im using seem to work good
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-048-_-Product

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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
These...

Yate Loon 120mm High Speed Silent Case Fan - D12SH-12 - Stock $3.95 - Sleeved $6.95

...you can get them with or without sleeving in your choice of color for $6.95 each or you can get them w/o sleeves for $3.00 off per.

Their 140mm fans are going in the new AX series PSUs'. That's how good they are. And you can get them in Red or Blue if you want LED fans to take the place of CCLs' so you don't have to have the little blue boxes to hide.

Oh and largely it depends on your Case. If you already have a lot of air flow (like 932 owners do) then exhaust is fine. But if you only have a limited number of 120mm fans to intake with then you'll use it in an intake role. Though some owners do intake in the 932 as well.

~Ceadder
Thanks a lot.

I notice that the corsair push/pull blog suggests buying a pair of 50CFM max airflow fans. And that those you linked have 74.48 and 88.

Is there a benefit?

Also, speaking of the 932, I'm looking for a case with the best airflow since I'm not going to do water cooling beyond H50. Is that and the upcoming HAF-X the best?
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Thanks a lot.

I notice that the corsair push/pull blog suggests buying a pair of 50CFM max airflow fans. And that those you linked have 74.48 and 88.

Is there a benefit?

Also, speaking of the 932, I'm looking for a case with the best airflow since I'm not going to do water cooling beyond H50. Is that and the upcoming HAF-X the best?
Usually the more cool air you can push through, the better. There are other variants to consider though, such as noise(how loud of fan do you really want) and the static pressure of the fan. The first page should give you a link to a list of various fans attempted on the H50 with their specs to help you out. I'm a big "fan" (lol pun intended) of the Gentle Typhoon AP-15 (1850rpm) double ball-bearing fans. They seem to be the ones that produce the most air flow and highest static pressure for the amount of noise they make, which to me are super super quiet. Plus their fin design work great when placed directly onto a radiator.

The 2 cases that a lot of people gravitate towards are the Cooler Master HAF932/(soon the X) and the Corsair Obsidian 800D when going full water loop. There are other options out there too, but, these are the popular ones.
Edited by xmisery - 6/4/10 at 6:21am
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This is my first real mod so tell me what you guys think!
Oh man... that is a sweet mod.
Nice work.
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This.

Though I'm a big fan of the Yate Loon High Speed Silents.

Specifications:

Model: D12SH-124R
Air Flow: 88 CFM
Fan Speed: 2200 RPM
Noise Level: 40 dBA
Current: 0.30 Amps
Fan Size: 120x120x25 MM


The above are the specs for my 120s' High Speed Silents

Specifications:

Model: D14SH-124R
Air Flow: 140 CFM
Fan Speed: 2000 RPM
Noise Level: 48.5 dBA
Power: 6 watts
Fan Size: 140x140x25 MM
Connector: Includes a 3-pin motherboard power, RPM connector and a 4-pin standard power connector


And the above the specs from my 140mm exhaust fan.

As you can see the sound output from them are negligable. Cooler Masters 110 CFM 230mm fans are rated at 19 dBa. I have 3 of them in my case so combined it's not loud but they definitely aren't quiet. Adding the Yate Loons to my system with a fan controller(if need be) to dial them down to an acceptable level you should still get solid cooling and reasonable dBa levels from them. Hell if you have a High $$ GPU its fan is still going to be louder then they are in extreme FR and AA sessions.

~Ceadder


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Usually the more cool air you can push through, the better. There are other variants to consider though, such as noise(how loud of fan do you really want) and the static pressure of the fan. The first page should give you a link to a list of various fans attempted on the H50 with their specs to help you out. I'm a big "fan" (lol pun intended) of the Gentle Typhoon AP-15 (1850rpm) double ball-bearing fans. They seem to be the ones that produce the most air flow and highest static pressure for the amount of noise they make, which to me are super super quiet. Plus their fin design work great when placed directly onto a radiator.

The 2 cases that a lot of people gravitate towards are the Cooler Master HAF932/(soon the X) and the Corsair Obsidian 800D when going full water loop. There are other options out there too, but, these are the popular ones.
 
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What would be normal temps for a stock H50 on a i7 930? The cpu is not overclocked. I'm getting temps of 38c to 42c over my four cores.
    
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What would be normal temps for a stock H50 on a i7 930? The cpu is not overclocked. I'm getting temps of 38c to 42c over my four cores.
idle or load temps?
    
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idle or load temps?
Idle temps.
    
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That doesn't really tell us much, high idle temps could be due to a high ambient, load temps are what matter.
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Idle temps.
Well what are load temps? Have you done Prime95 or LinX/Intel Burn Test?
    
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Need to know more than just p/p H50....what fans, intake or exhaust, ambient temperature....is the 35-42c under load or idle do you have a high OC with raised vcore?

Did you use to get lower temps and now are getting these higher temps or did you just setup the H50 and this is what your getting?

The more information you give the more help everyone can give.
idle temps... i tried intake and exhaust, seems that exhaust does better.

1.35v at 4ghz. i just bought the h50 and this is what im getting.
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