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Old 10-08-2012, 12:05 AM
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Default Corsair H100 + Sp120 fan question

Hi. This thread is a two part question.
1 - So i recently bought a Corsair H100 with two packs of the SP non Quiet Edition fans. And i plugged the fans into the fan headers on the H100 however, when i try to change the fan speeds on the H100 unit itself, i do not hear a decrease of fan speeds when i change from high to med to low.

2 - The package in the Corsair H100 has only 8 screws which are full length that can screw both the fan and radiator together. However want to do a push and pull configuration. Where can I get another pair of black screws just like that. Local hardware store doesnt have a same one and i like the aesthetic look of the screws that came with the unit. I live in the vancouver area.
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1. The H100 will only run the SP fans at max speed.

2. If you want the same screws that were included with the H100, you will need to buy the Universal Bracket kit.
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Old 10-08-2012, 06:51 AM
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You are right totally Universal Bracket Kit is fast, cheap, best way for identical screws,
smart movement of CORSAIR to make that. Don't look in different stories order that and you get same black good screws for push-pull.
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I believe he was asking for the radiator screws. That kit will not include those screws, you can get them from any local hardware store,

The screw thread and length are 6 -32 x 1 1/4"
#6 machine thread, 32 TPI (threads per inch), 1.25 inches in length.

Here is also a link where you can get these screws online, http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=28276
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thanks, but why are the sp120 fans only available in max rpms? on the H100?
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Controller is only for H100 stock fans.
I think what fans are better and have more airflow SP120 on Max Speed 2350 or H100 stock fans on 2350??? I know H100 fans can spin faster, but on same speed what fan push more Air.
For H100 controller I think is best option buy same fans like on H100 or if someone have controller than can use SP120. I think Obsidian 650D controller have place for 4fans, exactly for Push-Pull. I use for Gentle Typhoon and work, 3 different speed.
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also now when i plug my sp120s into the can controller on cosmos 2, at low and med speeds it buzzes loudly.
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