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Freezer pro rev b- push/pull?

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i have never really had a problem with stock fan setup but i have been looking to improve a bit. this is ocn after all. so i was wondering if this has been done? if so was it worth the effort to mod?

the stock fan seems to be what a 90mm fan? i have 2 80mm 2700 rpm, 31.50 CFM fans i was thinking of using for this project. so does anyone have any ideas of the simplest way to achieve this?
also would i still need the 120mm rear exhaust fan since my cooler is mounted flowing bottom to top? or maybe move it to top exhaust?

i plan on taking pics of this minor mod and posting temps so someone help me out plzz!!

thanks alot!
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The stock fan is a 2500rpm 92mm PWM fan. No way a 2700 rpm 80mm fan can keep up with that. You'll need a 92mm PWM fan that you would attach with ziptie screws (see my sig). And since you're using ziptie screws, attach a 120mm fan.

But why try to improve such a mediocre heatsink? It's designed in such a way that it rejects the very idea of a second fan. IMO you should either live with it or do what I did: ditch your FP and move on to a better heatsink.
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I would recommend the same as ehume: ditch the Freezer 7. I did. Moved up to a 212+. It was amazing. And they're dirt cheap.

The only reason I would say go for it is because it's a modding adventure and you're willing to post the results. You could do both?
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That heatsink isn't really restrictive enough to benefit from a push/pull. That stock fan also doesn't get anywhere near 2,500rpm. It's a 2,000rpm fan on its best day. Your best bet is to just get a better fan.

There's a Freezer 7 fan test floating around somewhere. The cooler actually offers outstanding performance for its size with a good fan. That stock fan is meant for quiet operation, not best performance.
Edited by AyeYo - 4/16/11 at 6:31pm
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That heatsink isn't really restrictive enough to benefit from a push/pull. That stock fan also doesn't get anywhere near 2,500rpm. It's a 2,000rpm fan on its best day. Your best bet is to just get a better fan.
My Freezer Pro fan sometimes did hit nearly 2500 - high 2400's. It's all a matter of manufacturing variation. But at 2300-2400 rpm, the thing is too loud. My current fans are much quieter, and I have a case full of various kinds.
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thanks for the input guys . i may just take the advise and upgrade to new cooler and mod this one for fun. il keep you guys informed
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