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if you have enough room in your case

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You won't see huge temperature reductions, but you can yes.

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Can you? Yes.

Should you? Unless it's a very specific instance, not really.

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Yep, two on top and two on bottom.

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You will need custom length screws. The H105 does not come with long screws for push-pull configurations.

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You will need custom length screws. The H105 does not come with long screws for push-pull configurations.

You don't have to mount the screw through the whole fan.

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yes, you can have a push pull fan setup on that cooler. I wouldent do it though as it wont help performance much if at all and will be much noisier

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This should answer your question :P

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You don't have to mount the screw through the whole fan.

The H105 only comes with screws for 2 fans.

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This should answer your question :P

This isn't the h105 but yes it does prove the point you can fit 2+ sets of fans on either sides of the h100

 

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Yes you can mount 4 fans of 25mm depth onto the 38mm radiator but before you go to amazon or where ever to make the purchase I'd recommend you measure using a ruler/tape to determine whether you have enough space between the top of the chassis to the top of the motherboard pcb. In addition to that can you mount fans on the outside of your case? if that is supported you'll need to buy M3 screws with a threading length of 35mm <-- normally you could make do with a 30mm M3 screw but you also have to pass through the chassis's frame (I think 30mm is actually fine for 25mm thick fans)

 

Not entirely sure however how many sets of fan screws are included with this AIO cooler so be weary.

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