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Originally Posted by g9000z View Post

Hi, I'm a newcomer of Overclock.net as well as this TJ08-E Owners Club.
I own this case for about 5 days and no doubt it is an awesome one.

I want to ask whether I can install either Noctua NH-L12 or NH-C12P SE14 for my processor alongside with a Corsair H75 or H55 for GC cooler.
Will both of the m fit? I don't mind if it will be a very tight fit.
I already search through this thread about this, but I cannot find anyone doing the similar thing.

Or if any gurus here have a better idea for the cooling solution, I will gladly accept it.
I don't want to go for a full custom water-cooling, I prefer WC my GC only (GTX580).


Welcome to OCN and to the "TJ08-E Owners Club." thumb.gif


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post #5902 of 7172
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Originally Posted by BadDad62 View Post

Welcome to OCN and to the "TJ08-E Owners Club." thumb.gif


You could try one of these.


Hi, thanks

I heard that the G10 not performing so well under high load. The chip is okay but not with the VRMs, since there is no heatsink for them, only a fan.
Is that true?
post #5903 of 7172
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Originally Posted by g9000z View Post

I want to ask whether I can install either Noctua NH-L12 or NH-C12P SE14 for my processor alongside with a Corsair H75 or H55 for GC cooler.
Will both of the m fit? I don't mind if it will be a very tight fit.
I already search through this thread about this, but I cannot find anyone doing the similar thing.

I'd guess there won't be enough space for both but anything is possible with little modding. If you cut the rear fan guard off and make way for tubing you could mount the rad (and fan) externally. Another option would be making an adapter or holder that allows you to attach the rad to or next to the front fan.
post #5904 of 7172
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Originally Posted by konda View Post

I'd guess there won't be enough space for both but anything is possible with little modding. If you cut the rear fan guard off and make way for tubing you could mount the rad (and fan) externally. Another option would be making an adapter or holder that allows you to attach the rad to or next to the front fan.

Ya, after I calculate it, it won't fit…
but I think I love your idea about "making an adapter or holder that allows you to attach the rad to or next to the front fan". Maybe I should start looking on how to make that possible. thumb.gifthumb.gif

And btw, I know somebody who able to make a bracket using acrylic materials. Just asking opinion, will acrylic bracket able to hold the closed loop radiator including 2 push-pull fan? giving an example of antec H2O 620 rad, I'm afraid it will fall apart in a long run biggrin.gif
post #5905 of 7172
Well, i added another 120mm rad to the rear of my TJ08 and i'm pretty sure my temps are the exact same.

I think i am going to keep the 200mm rad in the front and hook up my external 480mm XSPC AX rad, i've had it over a year and not even used it yet.
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post #5906 of 7172
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Originally Posted by khemist View Post

Well, i added another 120mm rad to the rear of my TJ08 and i'm pretty sure my temps are the exact same.

I think i am going to keep the 200mm rad in the front and hook up my external 480mm XSPC AX rad, i've had it over a year and not even used it yet.

Yup the heat dump from the front rad is a pita. Especially in such a small case. The extra 480 should help wink.gif
post #5907 of 7172
Aye, but making the 480 rad look decent on the desk is another thing.

I can tame the fan wires easy enough ( they are all black) but i've used a pwm splitter before and it didn't work, so i don't want to have to hook up a fan controller to them (did buy one for that purpose).

I think the only option is to run them on a whatever volt splitter each since i don't really want a fan controller laying around with wires all over.

If i had a bigger desk with some king of ledge under it i could stick it there out of sight but i don't really have space for that.

I do have the xspc stand attached to the rad atm, i was planning on doing a ft03 build but it didn't work out.
Edited by khemist - 3/14/14 at 6:01am
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post #5908 of 7172
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Originally Posted by khemist View Post

Aye, but making the 480 rad look decent on the desk is another thing.

I can tame the fan wires easy enough ( they are all black) but i've used a pwm splitter before and it didn't work, so i don't want to have to hook up a fan controller to them (did buy one for that purpose).

I think the only option is to run them on a whatever volt splitter each since i don't really want a fan controller laying around with wires all over.

If i had a bigger desk with some king of ledge under it i could stick it there out of sight but i don't really have space for that.

I do have the xspc stand attached to the rad atm, i was planning on doing a ft03 build but it didn't work out.


My Fesser 240mm 0n the rear of my TJO8-E server, Nearly used a 360mm biggrin.gif


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post #5909 of 7172
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Originally Posted by g9000z View Post

Hi, thanks

I heard that the G10 not performing so well under high load. The chip is okay but not with the VRMs, since there is no heatsink for them, only a fan.
Is that true?

Sorry I can't speak from personal experience but a friend has one on a GTX 670 and it's ok but the fan was to noisy for him so he replaced it with a Noctua.
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Also tested fitting: Thermalright Macho 120
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