Geth Posted December 4, 2013 Share Posted December 4, 2013 Hi, I've recently upgraded my CPU cooling from a year-old H80 to a new H100i system. Wanting to get the most from the parts that I have available, I've added the H80's two fans to the H100i radiator with the H100i fans ("Fan1" & "Fan2") on the bottom and the H80 fans ("Fan3" & "Fan4") on the top, all directing the exhaust upward out the top of the case. I have both pairs connected to Corsair Link through the pump and all are in the "H100i Group 1" in Link. However, in Default Mode, regardless of how fast Fan1 & Fan2 are running, Fan3 & Fan4 always spin slower by 200-500 RPM. My concern is that the top fans spinning at a slower speed may reduce the overall effectiveness and airflow. Could someone please advise how to get all four fans to run at the same speed in Default Mode in order to maximize the airflow through the radiator? Or maybe advise on a Custom Curve solution(s) that can be applied to either all fans or the separate pairs, to optimize the cooling for performance/high-load scenarios? Or does sandwiching the radiator between two pairs of fans reduce effectiveness no matter how you look at it, and should I just remove the two extras? Attached is a sample of my pump and fan speeds while running AC4: Black Flag with all graphics settings maxed out. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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