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I would think that an advantage of having the PSU fan on top in the TJ08B-E is that it gives you very easy access to use compressed air to blow out the PSU by just lifting the filter off.

but whit compressed air can i damage somethings into PSU ?
post #2832 of 7171
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haha I'd be lying if I said I'm all finished with questions. Thanks again.

no probs, feel free to PM me if you need
post #2833 of 7171
fakeblood, I've just looked through your entire log. It looks amazing. I wish I had the determination to sleeve all the cables, but I just don't.
I really need to think things through. I see yours without the hard drive mount, zerosum moved his drive mount, yet I want to keep mine where it is. I have an SSD under there, a HDD and another SSD on top of it. I can move the top SSD to the back of the motherboard, but not the hard drive. Do you know if that would fit using the 180mm rad if the ports were up top instead of at the bottom?
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post #2834 of 7171
I'm thinking of ordering some Bitfenix alchemy extension cables or a NZXT Kit, since you can't see the PSU cables. Good idea or bad idea?
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I would think that an advantage of having the PSU fan on top in the TJ08B-E is that it gives you very easy access to use compressed air to blow out the PSU by just lifting the filter off.

but whit compressed air can i damage somethings into PSU ?
I would recommend not pushing the canister's tube into the PSU. Hold it a few inches above. Also, don't tilt the canister sideways, chance of condensation being blown into the PSU. I always use a pencil or some other non-conductive tool to stop the fan from rotating (if possible) when using compressed air. Just eliminates any small chance of the fan being damaged. I tend to use short quick bursts of air rather then a continuous blast but not sure that matters.
post #2836 of 7171
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fakeblood, I've just looked through your entire log. It looks amazing. I wish I had the determination to sleeve all the cables, but I just don't.
I really need to think things through. I see yours without the hard drive mount, zerosum moved his drive mount, yet I want to keep mine where it is. I have an SSD under there, a HDD and another SSD on top of it. I can move the top SSD to the back of the motherboard, but not the hard drive. Do you know if that would fit using the 180mm rad if the ports were up top instead of at the bottom?

Thanks for the kind words.

I think it would be a bit of a squeeze if you left the drive mount there. Not interested in mounting the harddrives elsewhere?
post #2837 of 7171
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but whit compressed air can i damage somethings into PSU ?

I am assuming you would be using compressed air cans so absolutly no you will be ok and not damage anything. They dont have enough pressure. I use an actual air compressor with 120psi and but when I put the air nozzle close (within 12") to components im only half trigger. Which is still probably more powerful than compressed air cans but still safe.
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post #2838 of 7171
The top fan hole is because it is a 'Positive Pressure' case. It is designed so that air enters the front and and top and exits via the rear fan.
post #2839 of 7171
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Thanks for the kind words.
I think it would be a bit of a squeeze if you left the drive mount there. Not interested in mounting the harddrives elsewhere?

Where else could it go?
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post #2840 of 7171
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Where else could it go?

Can attach the ssds to the back of the mobo tray and get an adapter for the 1tb in the 5.25 bay
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