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Different cfm fans in push pull.

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So I want to do push pull on my front EK-Coolstream 360 XE mounted at the front case. I have 3 Corair ML Pro fans I was going to use on the outside (push) and 3 Corsair QL 120 fans on the inside (pull) for thier beautiful lighting. They have majorly different CFMs. Will that cause any problems for either of the sets of fans? The airflow from the push fans will lose alot of steam pushing through that thick radiator right, so maybe won't push too hard against the blades of the fans on the inside?

 

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It has been awhile since I water cooled. IMO there will be no issues. For me I control my fans with the ASUS FanXpert. If I was in your situation I would be slowing them down at idle and then ramping them up with temps. This would mean one could be more aggressive with the fan ramp of the lower CFM fans and less aggressive with the other fans. I hope that made sense to you.

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18 hours ago, Mightyunit said:

It has been awhile since I water cooled. IMO there will be no issues. For me I control my fans with the ASUS FanXpert. If I was in your situation I would be slowing them down at idle and then ramping them up with temps. This would mean one could be more aggressive with the fan ramp of the lower CFM fans and less aggressive with the other fans. I hope that made sense to you.

Yeah you totally made sense thank you. 

 

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