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Fan swap on Corsair H75

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is it okay to put 2 Corsair AF120 Quiet Edition fan for a Push/Pull configuration on the H75? 

Those AF120 are not PWM tho ... will that be a problem? 

 

Thank you

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You should use Static Pressure for a push/pull configuration or any radiator, either noctua's NF-F12 or corsair SP140 series will be fine


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Well it will work, but it would be better to buy SP fans for radiators :) 


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16 minutes ago, BbsMentos said:

You should use Static Pressure for a push/pull configuration or any radiator, either noctua's NF-F12 or corsair SP140 series will be fine

P/P configuration does not make any difference. Pull is better as it allows to clean the radiator easier.


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