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Is it stacked using double sided tapes? If using double sided tapes im afraid the residue will be stuck up on my ssd frown.gif
post #2852 of 7203
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Originally Posted by Hicountryrider View Post

Sorry, but not sure that I understand your post. I was questioning whether it made any difference at all in performance or potential damage to the fan that I rotated it 180 degrees from it's original position as shipped. I'm assuming the arrow that pointed up (before I rotated the fan) just indicates the rotation direction, is that correct? As stated in my post I didn't change the direction of the air flow, I just rotated the fan on it's axis to change where the wiring was. I hope that is clear.
Obviously Silverstone installed the fan as it was for a reason. Am I potentially creating a cooling or some other problem by changing that? It doesn't make sense to me that it would but that's why I'm asking.

It doesn't make a difference, no, and it won't create a cooling problem.
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Is it stacked using double sided tapes? If using double sided tapes im afraid the residue will be stuck up on my ssd frown.gif
I had the same concern using velcro. Got around it by using normal clear sellotape on the SSD, then putting the velcro strip onto the clear tape. Now when I want to remove it, just take off the clear tape and give it a quick wipe down, and there's no more residue.
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Is it stacked using double sided tapes? If using double sided tapes im afraid the residue will be stuck up on my ssd frown.gif

No problem withn the velcro i used on my HDD bay or water pump and res after i changed ideas.
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BadDad62... it honestly took me a minute or two to find your radiator in that pic.
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BadDad62... it honestly took me a minute or two to find your radiator in that pic.

i did have a single 120mm and Bay res inside to start with but it looked cramped so the external idea came about. keeping in mind this is my server.

Then



And now


Edited by BadDad62 - 10/7/12 at 8:51am
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Originally Posted by Hicountryrider View Post

Sorry, but not sure that I understand your post. I was questioning whether it made any difference at all in performance or potential damage to the fan that I rotated it 180 degrees from it's original position as shipped. I'm assuming the arrow that pointed up (before I rotated the fan) just indicates the rotation direction, is that correct? As stated in my post I didn't change the direction of the air flow, I just rotated the fan on it's axis to change where the wiring was. I hope that is clear.
Obviously Silverstone installed the fan as it was for a reason. Am I potentially creating a cooling or some other problem by changing that? It doesn't make sense to me that it would but that's why I'm asking.

It doesn't make a difference, no, and it won't create a cooling problem.
OK, thanks for the clarification. I was probably over-thinking this but I'm pretty much a rookie at this system building thing, having only done a couple before now, and just don't want to screw things up before I even get started!

My ol' pappy once told me "The only stupid question there is is the one you don't ask."
post #2857 of 7203
Hey guys...

So I've had my TJ-08e now for a month and love it.

Unfortunately, the Corsair H80 I got is making that HD like noise that many others have talked about with the pump so I'm returning it. I ended up picking up a Coolermaster Hyper 212 Evo.

Right now I only have the fan that came with it...should I have the fan in the push config and blowing into the radiator or in the pull config and putting air out the back?


Front Fan --> Hyper 212 Fan --> | Hyper 212 Radiator | (Back of Case)

or

Front Fan --> Hyper 212 Radiator | Hyper 212 Fan --> (Back of Case)


I assume the first config but just wanted to confirm.

Thanks!
Edited by Ryth - 10/7/12 at 3:45pm
post #2858 of 7203
Hey guys, transfered my PC to one of these cases, I have a question about the front fan. Is it normal for it to make a faint clicking sound, its quite noticable as its the laudest thing in the case, I also have a H80 running on low in there :/
post #2859 of 7203
See my post above yours....most likely that clicking sound you are hearing is the H80 pump which is over the processor. I had to search for a bit to figure out what was making a faint clicking/HD like noise and isolated that...then checked online and the forums and yep...the H80 is the noise maker at least in mine. If your skew # is 01224 on the UPC then those the bad units according to the sites out there.

If you want to confirm, turn your PC on it's side and lay it down (MB on the ground side). If the clicking noise goes away, it's the H80.
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See my post above yours....most likely that clicking sound you are hearing is the H80 pump which is over the processor. I had to search for a bit to figure out what was making a faint clicking/HD like noise and isolated that...then checked online and the forums and yep...the H80 is the noise maker at least in mine. If your skew # is 01224 on the UPC then those the bad units according to the sites out there.
If you want to confirm, turn your PC on it's side and lay it down (MB on the ground side). If the clicking noise goes away, it's the H80.

Don't want to go totally off topic but I just ordered my TJ08-E along with an H80. I knew there were some problems with the H80 before I purchased it but I'm kinda worried. Have you tried to RMA it?
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