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Old 09-27-2013, 07:38 AM
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Just wonder for those with a h110 and have it at the top of you case how do you have it installed? Do you have the fans above or below the rad as an intake or exhaust? Just wondering if i get the h110 how should i install it in my 750d?
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The 750D has a very good and a lot of airflow.
So it does not matter on which side you put them with this case.
But if you want not much dust in your case, you should put them as intake ; so you get some overpressure in your 750d.
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I was wondering the same thing. I just picked up the 750D and an h100i. I was going to do a push/pull setup but I wasn't sure which way I should have the air come in from....outside or inside. I think I'll have it pulled into the case from outside and pushed into the case.
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I just got my H110 & 750D installed today. I chose to use the fans as intakes.

I really need some better / quieter 140mm fans though. Any suggestions?
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From corsair you only have the AF140 fan, this is a quiet fan, has a good air flow but not much pressure.
If you want more pressure and airflow you'll have to go to a other brand, that why a lot of people shouting for a SP140 fan from Corsair.
Corsair brings al combinations of A 140 MM FAN in there new pc cases,but only one for the retail/aftermarket.
If you type 140mm fan round-up, or best 140mm fan for water-cooling at google, you'll find a lot of tests about this.
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I ended up ordering some Noctuas for the H110 - I'll let you know how they compare to the stock Corsair fans.
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I also want to have this installation.Can anyone tell me what screws can i use to hold the radiator on the top of the 750D ? (H110 came with 8 screws all used for the 2 fans)
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Originally Posted by Vasilis07 View Post
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I also want to have this installation.Can anyone tell me what screws can i use to hold the radiator on the top of the 750D ? (H110 came with 8 screws all used for the 2 fans)
it didn't come with some short screws as well? (like this kit)
I suppose any typical fan screw would be good enough as long as they don't go deep enough to hit the fins
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