Chris Sadler

Water cooler for HAF XB

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Hey Guys.
Just wondering what liquid coolers are suitable for the HAF XB windowed.
Hero maximus board (1150) i7 4970k

Cheers

 

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Mohd Noh    179

Hi

 

According our website is support : Water cooling support: 240mm radiator x 1(front), 120mm radiator x 1(rear)

 

try check this : http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/cooler-master-haf-xb-review,3559-4.html

 

so try check our nepton 240m : http://www.coolermaster.com/cooling/cpu-liquid-cooler/nepton-240m/

 

low noise and good for your performance

 

Hope this tips can help you out :)

 

Cooler-Master-HAF-XB-techzilla-2.jpg

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Eric Gagne    0

I want to install a Nepton 240M in my XAF XB EVO.  I thought I would have to remove the fans I have now and use only the ones on the radiator.   Now this push-pull setup is interesting but I am not sure I understand it.   Does it mean the case fans on the front pull fresh air inside the case while the radiator fans push hot air outside ?

 

It seems to me that the fans would just be "fighting" each other, restricting the flow and keeping the hot air in this area where the radiator is.   And I am also wondering about noise.  I think 2 pairs of 120mm fans blowing against each other must be generating noise.

 

So what would be the best setup ?   Push-Pull or just 1 set of fans ?

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knud    123

1 set of fans is sufficient.

Depending your setup, set them either to intake or outtake (You need to test what works better)

 

 

As for push-pull: the fans will be in the same direction.

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Mohd Noh    179

1 set of fans is sufficient.

Depending your setup, set them either to intake or outtake (You need to test what works better)

 

 

As for push-pull: the fans will be in the same direction.

agreed ...  :)

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