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post #421 of 1518 (permalink) Old 05-25-2012, 08:51 AM
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The H-series RADS have a low fin-density so low-RPM fans should be fine.  I'm just not sure how they would compare in relation to the Corsair fans, or something like the AP-15 Gentle Typhoons like I'm running.




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H80/H100 stock fan specs
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Fan Speed: (+/- 10%): up to 1300 RPM (Low Noise), 2000 RPM (Balanced), and 2500 RPM (High Performance)

Fan Airflow: 46 - 92 CFM

Fan dBA: 22 - 39

Fan Static Pressure: 1.6 - 7.7mm/H20

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H80/H100 stock fan specs
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Fan Speed: (+/- 10%): up to 1300 RPM (Low Noise), 2000 RPM (Balanced), and 2500 RPM (High Performance)
Fan Airflow: 46 - 92 CFM
Fan dBA: 22 - 39
Fan Static Pressure: 1.6 - 7.7mm/H20

 

 

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Anyone know if the orientation of the head unit matters? I know the rad can be mounted any wich way (so I'm told), but was wondering about the actual mounting & it's orientation.

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H80/H100 stock fan specs
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Fan Speed: (+/- 10%): up to 1300 RPM (Low Noise), 2000 RPM (Balanced), and 2500 RPM (High Performance)
Fan Airflow: 46 - 92 CFM
Fan dBA: 22 - 39
Fan Static Pressure: 1.6 - 7.7mm/H20

 

 

Thnx..

 

Anyone know if the orientation of the head unit matters? I know the rad can be mounted any wich way (so I'm told), but was wondering about the actual mounting & it's orientation.

 

Nope, any way that will fit.  AMD's can only go two ways, but on Intel you can go all 4 ways.

 

Right now I have my tubes coming off the bottom because it puts the least amount of twist and stress on the tubes.




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Nope, any way that will fit.  AMD's can only go two ways, but on Intel you can go all 4 ways.

 

Right now I have my tubes coming off the bottom because it puts the least amount of twist and stress on the tubes.

 

 

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Fan fits even if it overlaps the pump.. The pump is just the right height so that the fan clears it by about 1-2mm. Sorry for crappy pic, the lighting turned out funny.

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Good afternoon everyone:

I just joined the site as I'm building a new monster and I've got the Coolermaster HAF X case and a Corsair H100 liquid cooler.

Watching the Youtube video, the guy uses some special screws that he picked up at the hardware store to mount the liquid cooler to the top of the case. I'm not sure why this is necessary because the Corsair H100 comes with mounting screws with washers and it does work with the HAF X case. I'm able to screw it down and it does hold it in place. Is there a reason why he is using special screws?

Thanks in advance for any insight. ~m00n
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Looking to build a new system but I'm wondering if the H100 will fit in the configuration I would like to have

I'm planning on getting the new HAF XM case with the Asus Z77 Sabertooth motherboard + Corsair Vengeance RAM sticks with the spikey heatsink and installing the rad + fans inside the case (push config) so the top 200mm case fan can remain where it is.

Something like this:

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Has anyone tried this yet?

Since the MB is raised a bit higher due to the thermal armor plastic cover I'm wondering how much clearance there will be inside and if I'll need low profile RAM.
The case is not on the list of supported cases here and I've been unable to find a definitive answer about this specific combo of hardware and rad placement.

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Does the H100 fit the 800D p/p? (120x25 fans)

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