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anannyo

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Hey XavierMace, I have got NZXT Kraken X73 for my new i9-10900K build; I have also bought additional 3 Noctua NF-F12 iPPC 3000 PWM fans to do Push/Pull with the radiator. I will put the radiator at the front and use Noctua 3000 RPM to push air in and NZXT 2000 RPM to pull air in. And will set up 3 Aer F120 120mm Case fans at the top and 1 Aer F140 140mm Case fan at the back to push air out that will come with NZXT 710 case.

Now my qeustion is:
the radiator fans have different RPM 3000 vs 2000; I have gone for Noctua NF-F12 iPPC 3000 PWM because I thought if I set them up on the outside of the radiator to push air inside faster and harder and it will put less pressure on NZXT 2000 RPM fans and will be more efficient in intaking air. What do you think? Will I plan work or will it backfire? I can still change the 3 additional fans; can you please suggest which one will be better:

The NZXT X73 Aer P 2000 PWM - 36 dB(A) - 500 RPM (Min) - 73.11 CFM - 7.63 mm
i) Noctua NF-F12 iPPC 3000 PWM - 43.5 dB(A) - 750 RPM (Min) - 110 CFM - 3.94 mm
ii) Noctua NF-F12 iPPC 2000 PWM - 29.7 dB(A) - 450 RPM (Min) - 71.22 CFM - 3.94 mm
iii) NF-F12 PWM 1500 PWM - 18.6 dB(A) - 300 RPM (Min) - 54 CFM - 2.61 mm

Please help me! Thank you!!
 
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Georgieboy84

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3000 rpm fans with less blades than traditional fans all over. 3 on the intake if you can 2 exhaust going out the rear, 2 on the roof off the case and, if you can mount your rad against the right hand side of the case chasis you can get 2 straped to the front of the rad and 2 to the back. Make some suitable holes in the right hand side panel to allow air flow from the rad...... Happy days, if you don't mind a bit of noise that is, well worth it in my opinion, I saw a -20c drop in temps both cpu and gpu :smirk:
 

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