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Originally Posted by psyclum View Post

rear fan is not required in that setup. since it's designed to be a positive pressure case to begin with, your pull fan on the 212 will help push the warm air out of the case anyway. HOWEVER, do realize that a fan in a pull configuration will be louder then a fan in a push configuration. here is a quick explanation why pull fan is louder then push fan you can actually test this yourself by covering the fan with your hand on either side and listening to the acoustical difference between the 2 configurations.
Thanks for the info. The only reason I was considering a pull configuration was that it appears there could be a clearance issue with the WD HDD mounted in the cage and the CM 212 EVO with the fan mounted in the push configuration. Anyone have experience with a setup similar to this?
post #2692 of 7203
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Originally Posted by Pepiz View Post

I have it with a OCZ ZT 750w which is 175mm. I managed to fit it in with a regular dvd drive, it was a tight fit but very doable.
I figured I should post some pics after my whole build is finished and the cabling slightly more organized.

Awesome! Thanks for the response smile.gif
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post #2693 of 7203
Okay, been looking for pictures for Air Coolers that fit in the Tj08-E. I have found that the Cooler Master 212 Evo Will fit, plus the ones on the OP.

Anyone know what other ones will fit and are not to huge, such as the Silver arrow and Noctua?
post #2694 of 7203
I just ordered the parts for a build in this case.
I've been watching this thread since the beginning of the year and will soon be able to post my own build.

I am just going to do a standard installation at first, will do modifications to the case a later time.

Here is the list of parts I've ordered:

The ones with the ticks are the ones that I have or have ordered:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AsEOf1Z-Xv59dHlNS1ZvRkJ3VEt2ODVuYm5KcTBudnc
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Originally Posted by BluePhoenixHD View Post

Okay, been looking for pictures for Air Coolers that fit in the Tj08-E. I have found that the Cooler Master 212 Evo Will fit, plus the ones on the OP.
Anyone know what other ones will fit and are not to huge, such as the Silver arrow and Noctua?

D14 fits: Pictures Here
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post #2696 of 7203
Can someone please have a look at my build, check over if the parts will fit okay (I want to keep the hdd cage in place with hdd's loaded).
I am also open to your opinions on improvements.

Edited by gm1k - 9/12/12 at 10:52am
post #2697 of 7203
That looks solid. Should be fine, I'm 99.99999999% sure that build will work. Great choice in GFXcard.
post #2698 of 7203
Just got my 2nd hand Antec Kuhler 620. Identical, if not very similar temps to my old U12P. I am using a Gelid Silent 12 atm though, as opposed to my old Noiseblocker fans so yeah, once i slap them on, I'm sure my kuhler would surpass the U12P.

The pump has a little rattle noise, not grind, nothing a fridge magnet can't fix smile.gif
    
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post #2699 of 7203
re did my tubing and added a 2nd 580
Just need to get a waterblock for it

excuse the poor photo, camera battery was dead
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