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Hi guys does this cool better then a Thermalright ultra 120 with I7s?
Not in my experience with it.

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We like pictures please to back up your statements or it never happened.
Lol there's no way he's only getting an increase of 9C under load. I don't think we're going to be seeing any pictures.
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Yate Loon D12SH-12(F)s' or High Speed Silents to the laypeople.

And yes I'm replacing the stock fan and making it a shroud. lol

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I'm sure this has been asked a thousand times but what are some good fans for push/pull for the H50?

I'm also interested if you push/pull guys also replaced the stock fan along with it...thanks!

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I'm sure this has been asked a thousand times but what are some good fans for push/pull for the H50?

I'm also interested if you push/pull guys also replaced the stock fan along with it...thanks!
You'll get a lot of answers to this one. Scythe Gentle Typhoon's are common and work well I understand. As do Coolermaster R4s and Yate Loons it seems.

Me, personally, I prefer more robust fans and went with a single San Ace H101 as a push fan with a 38mm shroud. I have load temps just as good as others with 2 of the above mentioned less expensive fans. Yes, the H101 is a little louder than some fans, but you'll be hard pressed to beat the performance to noise level.

I was also very tempted by the Feser Triebwerk TK-122 fans due to the built in shroud and the sheer coolness factor of that fan. Anyway, those are my suggestions.

San Ace 9G1212H101 $22.99 link

Feser/Noiseblocker Triebwerk TK-122 $34.95 link
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I'm sure this has been asked a thousand times but what are some good fans for push/pull for the H50?

I'm also interested if you push/pull guys also replaced the stock fan along with it...thanks!
First we have to know how loud your willing to go to keep things cool. If noise isn't an issue then there's a lot of crazy rpm fans you can get if it is an issue there there is a totally different set of fan suggestions.
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I was also very tempted by the Feser Triebwerk TK-122 fans due to the built in shroud and the sheer coolness factor of that fan. Anyway, those are my suggestions.
I've got two of these sitting here on my desk. What do you mean by built in shroud? I don't see any such animal here. They (TFC) make a shroud add-on that matches this fan. http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=24275. There is still a dead spot with these fans, albeit maybe a bit less than your typical 120mmx25mm, but there is no built in shroud.

I really wish they had a 4 pin version.
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Can someone tell me what the best setup with this in a cm690 would be?
Where should I put it? back? front? top? bottom?
Fan rad fan? or shroud?


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I've got two of these sitting here on my desk. What do you mean by built in shroud? I don't see any such animal here. They (TFC) make a shroud add-on that matches this fan. http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=24275. There is still a dead spot with these fans, albeit maybe a bit less than your typical 120mmx25mm, but there is no built in shroud.

I really wish they had a 4 pin version.
Yes, the Feser Triebwerk 121/122 Fans have built in shroud's (which include the 4-PIN Molex Power that you were asking about). Note, the 120x120x55mm dimensions. It gives you approximately a 30mm shroud, 25mm fan. There is also the TFC/Xtender shrouds, which are 31mm in depth. Both are good products.
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^^ this. Every review of the TK-121/122 says it has a thin shroud on the intake side. Read Killhouse's testing thread here
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The H50 could only fit in my EVO Beta. I have a push pull with a Scythe 120 x 14 mm fan. I wanted to put the H50 in my Thermaltake V3 over head but the RAM clamps are still in the way.

But now I have a problem. I might remove the push pull since I'm getting temps in the 50's. I might just mount another fan in the top. At the top it will still be moving air from the radiator.

This all started when my M3N78 Pro board didn't like my Phenom 955. So I swapped it with a machine running Phenom 940. It runs fine now. (I wanted to do that in the first place)

I had to remove the paste from the H50. That was good stuff. I put on some Antec Reference I've had for a while. I've got some OCZ Freeze that maybe I should try. The other options is to drive to Tiger and get another brand of grease. Shame they don't have Shin Etsu.
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