Published on Apr 26, 2012
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INSTALLED two Corsair H100's into a Corsair 600T. Alongside Corsair Vengeance ram.
One H100 cools a Intel Core i5-2500K which is running at 4.9Ghz with load temperatures of 78'C. Voltage is 1.484v.
Another H100 cools a MSI GTX560Ti which is clocked at 1066Mhz on the core and 2400Mhz on the memory, load temperatures of 58'C. Voltage is 1.112v
Fans used on both H100's are Antec TriCool 2,000rpm PWM fans with manual 3 step adjustment. There is two fans on each H100.
As for fan speed, all fans are set to the lowest possible. I have chosen to go with silence over performance. If I used 4 stock H100 fans on the CPU I would get load temps of no higher than 65'C. But the noise would be annoying. As it is now, the only noise at all in the case is the 7 hard drives. 6 of which will be removed soon enough.
For the GPU H100 the fans are running off the H100 block.
The CPU fans are running off motherboard headers.
Finally, if I get another GTX560Ti I will be buying a H80 and use it as the GPU cooler for that card.
So yeah, my next video will be on the HTPC I'm building. But if you see an unboxing video of a GTX560 on my channel then I'll be getting a H80 too.
Enough typing for now.
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