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Ahh but thats at the top. so wont it still be blowing hot air over the mobo

+ then i only have one exhaust, is that enough ?
yeah should be fine,i'm not sure if they recommend mounting the H50/H70 inside top of the case.
Edited by AMOCO - 2/2/11 at 6:30am
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So your pulling the warm air, from inside the case, over the radiator, and spitting the hot air out, as a exhuast?

Just clarifying.

But wouldnt that mean the radiator has hotter temps than if im pulling cold in over it, as a intake ?
It's only slightly warmer air, unless you have a seriously hot case. Yes, your temps are going to suffer but only by 1 or 2 degrees. It's better than pumping more warm air into your case.
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It's only slightly warmer air, unless you have a seriously hot case. Yes, your temps are going to suffer but only by 1 or 2 degrees. It's better than pumping more warm air into your case.
Sweet, thanks for that.


Over here, in my currency, 150$ for a h50, 200 for a h70,

is a 33% hike in cost, worth the difference of a h70?
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