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Corsair h100i push/pull vs push vs pull

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August 25, 2014 5:26:13 AM

Hey guys,im about to take the corsair h100i ,my case has Really really good airflow ,I see post people saying bug 2 extra fans ( corsair sp120 ) for push/pull or pull/push ,I don't have any idea how this works so I won't someone to explain and me and tell what me is better to do for better performance ,I don't care about the noise and etc ,I'm waiting for your answer
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August 25, 2014 6:38:51 AM

Most configurations have one set of fans blowing air onto the Radiator to cool it. By adding another set up fans on the other side to pull air you are increasing the airflow over the Radiator. However the boost is minimal in most cases. I have tried it before and didn't see any difference. Those on here that have tried it reported added cooling of 1-5 degrees.
The size and Material of the radiator will make a much more noticeable difference.
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August 25, 2014 7:16:40 AM

DHFF said:
Most configurations have one set of fans blowing air onto the Radiator to cool it. By adding another set up fans on the other side to pull air you are increasing the airflow over the Radiator. However the boost is minimal in most cases. I have tried it before and didn't see any difference. Those on here that have tried it reported added cooling of 1-5 degrees.
The size and Material of the radiator will make a much more noticeable difference.


I will pull :)  ,but I'm changing stock fans,what fans should I pick ?
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August 25, 2014 7:22:04 AM

well the stock fans for that unit do work very well. the only downside is that they are not quiet. You said that isnt an issue for you.
If you decide that you do want to turn down the volume a little then you cant go wrong with this unit:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
Its really excels in applications where it has to push air through tight spaces like a radiator. and its MUCH quieter then the Corsair stock fans.
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August 25, 2014 7:55:03 AM

DHFF said:
well the stock fans for that unit do work very well. the only downside is that they are not quiet. You said that isnt an issue for you.
If you decide that you do want to turn down the volume a little then you cant go wrong with this unit:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
Its really excels in applications where it has to push air through tight spaces like a radiator. and its MUCH quieter then the Corsair stock fans.


Man im pulling air from my room to my case ,will noctua nf -f12 work better than stock or even sp120 quiet edition?
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August 25, 2014 8:10:13 AM

The bigest advantage the Noctuas will give you is silence. The Corsair fans are pretty hefty so I dont think you will notice much of a performance boost but you will notice a volume difference. and the Noctuas will probably beat the Corsair quiets when it comes to noise.
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August 25, 2014 8:13:51 AM

DHFF said:
The bigest advantage the Noctuas will give you is silence. The Corsair fans are pretty hefty so I dont think you will notice much of a performance boost but you will notice a volume difference. and the Noctuas will probably beat the Corsair quiets when it comes to noise.


I didn't ask for volume ,I asked if it would be better than the stock or the sp120 (quite or performance ) when I'm pulling
What I ask if : will noctua be better on pulling than stocks or sp120(quite or performance)
That's my question ,could you help me?
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August 25, 2014 8:22:31 AM

The stock fans will be fine.
you will not notice any real difference by switching to the Noctuas.
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August 25, 2014 8:24:45 AM

If you really dont care about sound then try this:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
it will sound like a jet engine but it will give you a considerable boost in air flow over your radiators.
seriously though dont try to hold a conversation in the room while these things are going.
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August 25, 2014 8:32:20 AM

DHFF said:
If you really dont care about sound then try this:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
it will sound like a jet engine but it will give you a considerable boost in air flow over your radiators.
seriously though dont try to hold a conversation in the room while these things are going.


Hahahahahaha fuck you man,64 dbA wttf
I will pick the noctuas..
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August 25, 2014 8:38:15 AM

If you go witht he deltas you probably want to get a fan control, I havent tried these plugged straight into the motherboard headers so I cant say how it would react.
as far as performance goes I really dont think you will find something that gives better cooling.
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August 25, 2014 9:43:18 AM

Leandros Koutsouris said:
DHFF said:
If you really dont care about sound then try this:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
it will sound like a jet engine but it will give you a considerable boost in air flow over your radiators.
seriously though dont try to hold a conversation in the room while these things are going.


Hahahahahaha fuck you man,64 dbA wttf
I will pick the noctuas..


That is why I didnt mention them straight away. they are practically unbeatable in performance but they are not meant for the desktop user because they are so loud. They are usually used in server rooms where no one is there to hear them.
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