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lol the whole point of the switch
NASzi's Stryker
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NASzi's Stryker
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Intel i7 3770k ASRock Z77 OC Formula Zotac GTX 1080 Founders Edition Patriot 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3 2133 Ram 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
samsung 850 evo 1 tb Seagate Barracude 1 TB 6 GB/s Blue Ray Player/DVD Burner XS-PC RS 240 Radiator 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Swiftech Apogee HD CPU Water Block monsoon series two d5 premium dual reservoir Swiftech MCP-655 Variable Speed Pump Bitspower 7/16 x 5/8 Compression Fittings 
CoolingCoolingCoolingOS
Primochill Advance LRT White Tubing 7/16 x 5/8 2 x Noctua NF-F12 Corsair SP120 Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit 
MonitorMonitorKeyboardPower
QNIX QX2710 Evolution II True 10 SE 2560 x 1440 Insignia 46" 1080P Television Ducky Shine 3 Coolermaster 800W Silent Pro Gold Semi-Modular 
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Coolermaster Storm Stryker Roccat Kone XTD Corsair audio technica ATH-M50x 
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post #5682 of 12497
how good is this cases air flow as stock?
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It's ok I did add an extra fan at the bottom and change the fans but at stock it is pretty good.just ensure you put the 2 120mm fans facing the front when mounting the hd cage. I initially put them on the side but found that swapping them to the front gave me a couple degrees less in temps.
Edited by foreign03 - 12/28/12 at 2:17pm
post #5684 of 12497
Hey guys,

I'm putting together a new build with the Storm Stryker and ran into a bit of a snag. Hoping you guys can help.

I have everything installed, but it turns out my top fan filter won't slide back in, because the mounting screws from my Corsair H100i radiator are getting in the way. So I'm trying to pop off the top panel again to try to make the H100i screws more flush, but I'm having trouble getting the top panel off now that my H100i is installed. I know there are six tabs you need to press to help remove it, but I can't reach under and press these tabs now with my radiator in the way.

Am I missing something. How do I get this panel off without breaking the damn thing?

Thanks, appreciate the help!
post #5685 of 12497
HI you need to uninstall your radiator so that you can safely push the pin without braking something .I had the same problem too there is no other safe way!
post #5686 of 12497
hey can you tell me how to have properly the airflow setup plase.For the cm storm Stryker and h100:D
post #5687 of 12497
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Hey guys,
I'm putting together a new build with the Storm Stryker and ran into a bit of a snag. Hoping you guys can help.
I have everything installed, but it turns out my top fan filter won't slide back in, because the mounting screws from my Corsair H100i radiator are getting in the way. So I'm trying to pop off the top panel again to try to make the H100i screws more flush, but I'm having trouble getting the top panel off now that my H100i is installed. I know there are six tabs you need to press to help remove it, but I can't reach under and press these tabs now with my radiator in the way.
Am I missing something. How do I get this panel off without breaking the damn thing?
Thanks, appreciate the help!
Sounds a bit strange I had a h100 installed and didn't have that problem think it is 4 tabs that need to be pushed to get the lid off. I'm at work but do have pics at home can post them later on how I installed the h100. The filter didn't get in the way once it was installed. I could easily slide it in and out. Maybe the pics will help you. Just read the post I've got the storm trooper so might not be helpful.
post #5688 of 12497
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Originally Posted by Voodoo Jabroo View Post

Hey guys,
I'm putting together a new build with the Storm Stryker and ran into a bit of a snag. Hoping you guys can help.
I have everything installed, but it turns out my top fan filter won't slide back in, because the mounting screws from my Corsair H100i radiator are getting in the way. So I'm trying to pop off the top panel again to try to make the H100i screws more flush, but I'm having trouble getting the top panel off now that my H100i is installed. I know there are six tabs you need to press to help remove it, but I can't reach under and press these tabs now with my radiator in the way.
Am I missing something. How do I get this panel off without breaking the damn thing?
Thanks, appreciate the help!
Just take both side panels off and its easy, I do it all the time with just my fingers. No need to remove radiator to fix issue, just dont use the washers for the screws used to mount the radiator.
 
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post #5689 of 12497
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Originally Posted by kotsios99 View Post

hey can you tell me how to have properly the airflow setup plase.For the cm storm Stryker and h100:D

2 front intakes set-up front to back not side to side like it comes out of the box, rear exhaust fan leave, mount h100 on the top of case, I would set them up as exhaust but some do intake up to you. Intake will give better cpu temps but increase overall case temp, not doo drastic though. best bet is to leave top on h100 exhaust and add a intake fan on the bottom near PSU
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post #5690 of 12497
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Just take both side panels off and its easy, I do it all the time with just my fingers. No need to remove radiator to fix issue, just dont use the washers for the screws used to mount the radiator.

Yeah I used the washers to mount the H100i, since the instructions said to use them; guess those could be what's causing the clearance issues for the fan filter. I can't remove the radiator without getting the top panel off anyway, since that's where the mounting screws are.

It's kind of frustrating, because I don't remember having a problem getting the panel off the first time, but I think I was able to reach under it (there was some open space with just the stock 200mm fan installed) to get to the tabs.

I guess I'll try just removing it without pressing the tabs.
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