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Aquagate Mini Install 2 questions

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Tommatt    0

Hey, I just got the aquagate mini, and am about to build my new X2 system. ANyways, my questions were

1. WHen you put the han on the radiotar, do you want the fan to be blowing air onto it, or blowing hot air away from it?

2. The fan that comes with it. On the back of the box it says that it only pushes 7.8CFM. ON the website here, it says a much higher number. 53 I believe. So.. which one is it? I was going to replace the fan with an aspire case fan, when I thought this only did 7.8 but now....

Thx

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dragon83    0

If you have the possibilty to do it when taking air in i would do that because air that goes is the case is cooler then the air that comes out.

But make sure that the air circulation remains the same.

Which one do you have the r80 or thr r120?

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ninuhadida    0

sucking air out of the rad is the best way. not that you'll probably notice any temperature difference but in my case when i had wc'ing it definately sound alot more quiet this way.

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Tommatt    0

I think mine is getting rma'd. I don't know what is going on with it. Tempuraters in the bios, just in the bios, not oding anything, are 50degC with my athlon X2. Not sure whats going on. THinking of going to the stock HSF, returning this, EBaying it, and going with a XP90 Air solution. I've seen so many people have problems with this aquagate mini it seems. I just can't figure it out.

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