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Nope, you don't NEED shrouds. But you'll probably find that you WANT at least one because it better concentrates the blast over your Rad.

And it also allow the blast to get to a better cooling speed. Especially if you mate it to the Rad with a 120mm fan silencer to seal it. It won't be 100% sealed but there will be less flow wasted with them in place.

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What if I just ordered two Ultra Kaze 3000RPMs and a nice fan controller? Do I really NEED shrouds? are they going to improve my airflow/temps that much?
 
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Sometimes, when I turn on my computer the H50 fan starts to spin incredible load and all the mobo lights start to shine, but nothing else happends. It have happened 2 times after I tried Overclocking Genie (turned it off now) thing on my mobo, overclocked a bit and cleared cmos with the button on my mobo afterwards.
Are you sure it wasn't the fan in your video card making all that noise? They do that. If it didn't boot, most likely, your overclock was unstable.
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Yeah I know, but I've turned of overclock and resetted CMOS. And it did it anyway.
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Nope, you don't NEED shrouds. But you'll probably find that you WANT at least one because it better concentrates the blast over your Rad.

And it also allow the blast to get to a better cooling speed. Especially if you mate it to the Rad with a 120mm fan silencer to seal it. It won't be 100% sealed but there will be less flow wasted with them in place.

~Ceadder
Are you talking about these:

https://www.jab-tech.com/120mm-Anti-...k-pr-3268.html

And if so, where would I place these?

Kaze>Silencer>shroud>case>rad>shroud>silencer>Kaze

or

Kaze>Shroud>case>silencer>rad>silencer>shroud>Kaze

This is all pretty new to me, and while I'm somewhat happy with my temps, I'd like to spend a little to see if I can get them better.
Edited by Demented - 6/9/10 at 10:35am
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Yup, that's what I'm talking about.

Okay so as to confirm your thoughts and to diagram them a bit better...

----> 120mm / shroud / Rad / 120mm ----> Case

The forward slashes are your silencers. You can add one to the case side if you want but it's not necessary if your case only has 4 points of contact like mine does. Silencers do their best work when the fan has uninterrupted surface contact in 360 Deg. But since you can get them in rubber they make great seals as well. The arrows are showing exhaust if you set it that way. For intake you would put the shroud on the other side.

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Are you talking about these:

https://www.jab-tech.com/120mm-Anti-...k-pr-3268.html

And if so, where would I place these?

Kaze>Silencer>shroud>case>rad>shroud>silencer>Kaze

or

Kaze>Shroud>case>silencer>rad>silencer>shroud>Kaze

This is all pretty new to me, and while I'm somewhat happy with my temps, I'd like to spend a little to see if I can get them better.
 
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Yup, that's what I'm talking about.

Okay so as to confirm your thoughts and to diagram them a bit better...

----> 120mm / shroud / Rad / 120mm ----> Case

The forward slashes are your silencers. You can add one to the case side if you want but it's not necessary if your case only has 4 points of contact like mine does. Silencers do their best work when the fan has uninterrupted surface contact in 360 Deg. But since you can get them in rubber they make great seals as well. The arrows are showing exhaust if you set it that way. For intake you would put the shroud on the other side.

~Ceadder
OK, sorry. So say I was getting two Ultra Kaze's and two shrouds set as exhaust; it would be:

<Kaze<Silencer<Shroud<CASE<RAD<Silencer<Shroud<Sil encer<Kaze

In other words, should the silencers be between the shroud and fan, or just between what touches the Rad?
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For best results, throughout the setup.

So since you're talking about exterior mounted fans

<Silencer<Case<silencer<Rad<

Yes the Rad is open surface but it will help keep flow moving in one direction and not get eddied.

Okay now I know that last part is confusing. "Eddied" he says w.t.h."

Think of air like water. It's only two molecules different really so apply the dynamics of a river or stream to your flow. The more objects that are in the way of the flow the more water pools and stagnates. This same principle applies to air. If you add surface for air to grip to it will. It won't be as pronounced as water but you'll create undue vortex in the system if the air has a chance to build up. More vortex means less flow. Adding silencers seals the gaps as much as possible without filling the vanes of the Radiator which would now be the only weak point in the unit. But we don't mind this because the vanes are what keep the liquid cooling to return to the pump.

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OK, sorry. So say I was getting two Ultra Kaze's and two shrouds set as exhaust; it would be:

<Kaze<Silencer<Shroud<CASE<RAD<Silencer<Shroud<Sil encer<Kaze

In other words, should the silencers be between the shroud and fan, or just between what touches the Rad?
 
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For best results, throughout the setup.

So since you're talking about exterior mounted fans

<Silencer<Case<silencer<Rad<

Yes the Rad is open surface but it will help keep flow moving in one direction and not get eddied.

Okay now I know that last part is confusing. "Eddied" he says w.t.h."

Think of air like water. It's only two molecules different really so apply the dynamics of a river or stream to your flow. The more objects that are in the way of the flow the more water pools and stagnates. This same principle applies to air. If you add surface for air to grip to it will. It won't be as pronounced as water but you'll create undue vortex in the system if the air has a chance to build up. More vortex means less flow. Adding silencers seals the gaps as much as possible without filling the vanes of the Radiator which would now be the only weak point in the unit. But we don't mind this because the vanes are what keep the liquid cooling to return to the pump.

~Ceadder
OK, I know this is getting redundant, and I get exactly what you are saying, so in a quest to make it as sealed as possible, it might be better for me to do it this way:

<Kaze<Silencer<Case<Silencer<Shroud<Silencer<Rad<S ilencer<Shroud<Silencer<Kaze

Please bear with me. With having to put at least the one Kaze on the outside of my case for space reasons, I plan on cutting the back of my Antec 900 so it's a gaping hole instead of the honeycomb that is there now. So, thinking the Rad will be right up against this in the inside of the case, it might not be a great seal. Putting the shroud on the inside like my diagram above shows, makes me think I have it sealed pretty tight. Maybe it's overkill, but like I said this is new to me, and if I am going to order fans and stuff, I'd rather order it all in one shot, rather than have to order more things later. Also, I plan on attaching an aluminum filter to the external Kaze, IF I wind up keeping it as intake as I have it now. However, if exhaust with Kaze's will yield better results than my current fans on intake, I won't need the filter.

Thanks a lot Ceadder, you've been a great help!
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Try this case...

NZXT BETA EVO Classic Series Mid-Tower Case

The 120mm grills are directly overhead of the CPU and should allow you to top mount the H50.

~Ceadder
I bought that case. I now have the H50 running from the rear. I bought a red fan for the top. I didn't take any pics of this since it was past 1 a.m.
When I first fired up the system it kept shutting down. After taking a look I noticed I didn't connect the fan header correctly. It's not a good idea to work on systems after bed time.

Thanks for the suggestion Ceadder.
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Here is a couple pics me unboxing my, Feser / Noiseblocker Triebwerk 55mm 1800RPM fans. I will post up some more shots of them once I get these babies installed. I hope my temps will be lower now after spending $80 on two fans...



    
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