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Windows 7: Cooling with Haf 922 case and H50 water cooler

19 Jul 2010   #1

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Cooling with Haf 922 case and H50 water cooler

Hi i am cooling with Haf 922 case and H50 water cooler. I would like to know what people are recomending for their fan setup..I have a push pull setup with my H50. Front intake fan and top exhaust fan. 2 side intakes and 1 bottom intake cpu underload gets to about 51. Please someone help with my setup

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20 Jul 2010   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

Top/front - intake
rear- exhaust
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20 Jul 2010   #3



It's a difficult one regarding the H50, Corsair recomments to use the fans on the H50 as intake, but you will be blowing hot air and without a dust filter dust over your motherboard.
I used to use the H50 in P/P and followed their advice because I had a dust filter on it and 3 exhaust fans right above it.
What i've read from other users the difference in using the fans on the H50 as exhaust or intake will only be a couple of degrees.
Anyway I don't think you have bad temps with H50 and a 940 under load.

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22 Jul 2010   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

My experience with a HAF 932 and push / pull with the H50 is having it mounted in the rear exhausting air. I get better temps that way than any other way I have had it mounted in the case.
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