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Poll Results: Can it/ Will it be done?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 28% of voters (16)
    Definately
  • 55% of voters (31)
    Will be hard
  • 1% of voters (1)
    Why bother
  • 8% of voters (5)
    You will get through 3/4 the project and hit a wall
  • 5% of voters (3)
    Give up now
56 Total Votes  
post #31 of 32
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Derek1387 View Post

I would move the fan and rad inside. Push/pull makes little difference on that setup
I had the same setup on my Sg05. Looks better flush

There is already a fan inside with the rad. If you move the 2nd fan inside aswell there is no room for the ssd and hdd bay.
Adding 2nd fan got me an extra 5 degrees off temps which is great. I have it set so only 1 fan is active 100% 24/7 with the second only coming online when there is enough load.
I agree flush is neat and tidy and I had it like that before the 620, but the 2nd fan is worth the temps. Note the front does not look as messy as the photos show lol and there are no more zippy straps
post #32 of 32
Cool! I may have to try it then...which fans are you using?

I have my Sugo all tore apart for some custom windows and such.
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