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    Lightbulb push pull cooling question-advice

    hi , I bought the H100i corsair for the cpu cooler and I wanted to do push pull , but the SP120 High Performance Edition corsair fans were all out of stock , I wanted to buy 2 for "pull" so I decided to go with the SP120 Quiet Edition , will this work ?

    so the stock fans for push and the SP120 Quiet Edition for pull ?

    SP120 High Performance Edition
    Size 120mm x 25mm
    Operating Voltage 7V – 12V
    Performance at 12V
    Airflow 62.74 CFM
    Static Pressure 3.1 mm/H20
    Sound Level 35 dBA
    Speed 2350 RPM
    Power Draw 0.18 A

    SP120 Quiet Edition
    37.85 CFM
    0.08 A
    1.29 mm/H20
    23 dBA
    1450 RPM

    I didn't think there was much difference if only used for pull , what do you guys think ?
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    Yes they will thats what I use, very nice choice .
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    thanks a lot man
    Last edited by MRBULL; 12-01-2013 at 03:36 AM.

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    Noctua NF-F12 fans are great. I just installed a water-cooling system on my machine last week, and I love these fans.
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    Honestly, i'd buy another pair of the high performance ones so all 4 fans are pushing the same amount of air @ the same RPMs.

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    The only difference between the High Performance and Quiet Edition is their speed. The High Performance are 2400rpm; Quiet Edition are 1800rpm. They perform equally at equal speeds up to 1800rpm, the High Performance will outperform in PWM mode, though because the ratio of temp/speed will be greater.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisnyc75 View Post
    The only difference between the High Performance and Quiet Edition is their speed. The High Performance are 2400rpm; Quiet Edition are 1800rpm. They perform equally at equal speeds up to 1800rpm, the High Performance will outperform in PWM mode, though because the ratio of temp/speed will be greater.
    then you have to use same fans on same push/pull config ( one push and the other on pull and the other fans on the other push/pull side)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kkn View Post
    then you have to use same fans on same push/pull config ( one push and the other on pull and the other fans on the other push/pull side)
    Hmm, if you daisy-chain them together in the standard H100i config, you're probably right -- I don't think you can run 2 different speed fans chained together in PWM mode (well, you probably CAN, but you can expect weird results). If you simply connected them (in pairs) to different headers you could use both together.
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