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post #351 of 1516 Old 03-08-2012, 11:13 AM
 
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Hi guys
NZXT SWITCH 810 is fully compatible with corsair h100 (push/pull mode whitout any mod). I'll get it soon, because of that.
I've spend a lot of time searching for a case, not too expensive, but corsair h100 push/pull compatible without mod, (HAF 932 it's, but I don't like the fact it hasn't any dust filter; Xigmatek elysium also it is, but it's too big and you'll have to buy usb 3.0 to header adapter, what makes it more expensive.)
NZXT is cool, and it's specifically designed to mount bigs radiators on top, in push/pull mode. You can put rads up to 360mm long and in NZXT website it's said that push fan + rad + pull fan can be up to 90mm thick.
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Just fitted the H100 into a NZXT Phantom 410 case with no mods at all push and pull, well half push actually. I have a crosshair v mobo so the mobo heat sink wouldnt let me add the the second fan in thebottom. So if you guys have a different mobo you can fit p/p in the case with no mods easily. Pics coming.

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So..the Arc Midi.

The H80 fits in the rear mount and obviously in the top. Will it fit in the front if you remove the top hard drive bay? How about in the bottom behind the psu? And are there similar sized rads for a custom loop that will fit?
And with a little modding you can remove the second hard drive bay. If I do that, do you think the H100 or a similar sized custom rad will fit in that front section?

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So..the Arc Midi.

The H80 fits in the rear mount and obviously in the top. Will it fit in the front if you remove the top hard drive bay? How about in the bottom behind the psu? And are there similar sized rads for a custom loop that will fit?
And with a little modding you can remove the second hard drive bay. If I do that, do you think the H100 or a similar sized custom rad will fit in that front section?
I think you should have asked from the fractal design club. But the answer to all the questions would be yes (if the hoses are long enough).
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The H80 fits in the Silverstone FT03. See sig for pics.
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Anyone know if the H100 fits in the Thermaltake MK-I Chaser?

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What type of temps do you get with your Q9650 with that setup?

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I can't 100% confirm the H80 specifically, but the CoolIt Eco 120 mm Rad fits perfectly fine in the front of the Fractal Design Core 1000 in Push Pull, but you lost the vertical HDD mounting.

I was still able to mount 2 SSD's on the vertical HDD mount, and the HDD's in the optical drive bays.

So I see no problem with the H80 fitting in the Fractal Design Core 1000.

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