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post #4111 of 5800
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Originally Posted by Christoforo View Post

Yes, right now i am only using 2x 4gb. When I was building my pc I didn't pay attention to the height of my ram. Ill have to take a look at this Samsung Wonder Ram. I was also looking at the H100i but money is tight.
It's all good, yes the Wonder Ram is awesome! It's plain but can overclock at high freq with low voltage. I understand, I couldn't afford it either, I should have bought the EVO so i would have more money for a GPU, I wasn't thinking so well but I don't regret it, such an awesome cooler.
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post #4112 of 5800
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Originally Posted by Christoforo View Post

Yes, right now i am only using 2x 4gb. When I was building my pc I didn't pay attention to the height of my ram. Ill have to take a look at this Samsung Wonder Ram. I was also looking at the H100i but money is tight.

There are no clearance issues with the hyper 212 evo in push configuration with my p8z77-v pro board, compare images of it to your board and google your board name with "Hyper 212 evo" and you're bound to see SOMEONE with the cooler installed and four sticks of ram. If worst comes to worst, just mount the fan in pull and be done with it!

I discovered mine was cooler in pull, or at the very least no hotter and it would even leave room for a silly RAM cooler if you saw fit to install one. Point being...the hyper 212 evo fits this case just fine, and if your heatsinks are HUGE on your RAM, you can get away just fine with the fan moved to the pull side. push-pull upgrades are minimally better so you aren't missing much, and if I can overclock my 3770k to 4.2gHz without breaking 70°C using one fan, you should be fine. (unless your CPU is known for running hotter than the 3770k at your goal clock speed)

here's a picture of my ram that has NO heatsinks, but shows how close the fan got to them in push, just remember different motherboard, but just compare the cpu/ram spacing with yours via google:



here it is in pull, with TONS of room for ram:

post #4113 of 5800
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Originally Posted by Figit090 View Post

There are no clearance issues with the hyper 212 evo in push configuration with my p8z77-v pro board, compare images of it to your board and google your board name with "Hyper 212 evo" and you're bound to see SOMEONE with the cooler installed and four sticks of ram. If worst comes to worst, just mount the fan in pull and be done with it!

I discovered mine was cooler in pull, or at the very least no hotter and it would even leave room for a silly RAM cooler if you saw fit to install one. Point being...the hyper 212 evo fits this case just fine, and if your heatsinks are HUGE on your RAM, you can get away just fine with the fan moved to the pull side. push-pull upgrades are minimally better so you aren't missing much, and if I can overclock my 3770k to 4.2gHz without breaking 70°C using one fan, you should be fine. (unless your CPU is known for running hotter than the 3770k at your goal clock speed)

here's a picture of my ram that has NO heatsinks, but shows how close the fan got to them in push, just remember different motherboard, but just compare the cpu/ram spacing with yours via google:



here it is in pull, with TONS of room for ram:

Wow. I never even thought about putting the fan on the other side for pull. Thanks guys for the help.
post #4114 of 5800
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Originally Posted by Christoforo View Post

Wow. I never even thought about putting the fan on the other side for pull. Thanks guys for the help.

You're welcome bud. =)
post #4115 of 5800
Hyper 212 evo acquired. Now trying to figure out how to remove the stock cooler that is stuck unto the motherboard.
post #4116 of 5800
youtube, probably some videos on there. might have to do with pinching the clasps i'm not sure I never used mine.
post #4117 of 5800
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Originally Posted by Christoforo View Post

Hyper 212 evo acquired. Now trying to figure out how to remove the stock cooler that is stuck unto the motherboard.
Just turn the screws, use a flat head screw driver if you must, should come out easily. If it is really in there try to pull some, if you are afraid or if it's not coming out then take of side panel and push the legs together on the other side.
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post #4118 of 5800
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Originally Posted by Figit090 View Post

youtube, probably some videos on there. might have to do with pinching the clasps i'm not sure I never used mine.
Its fine now, got it out. Everything is installed. Looks good but now my R.A.T 9 no longer works.
post #4119 of 5800
Bought 2 new 140mm Enermax TB Apollish Twister fans for the top of my Phantom 410, put one in facing one way and the other one facing the other way (push/pull?)
how should they be on the top of this case?
   
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i5 2500k @ 4.3ghz 1.34v Gigabyte Z68XP-UD3R Gigabyte GTX 760 OC Kingston HyperX t1 8GB 1866 MHZ 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Western Digital Green 2TB Intel 520 SSD Samsung SH-224DB DVD Burner Corsair H105 
CoolingCoolingOSPower
2x Enermax T.B Apollish Twister 140mm 2x NZXT FN 120RB Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Thermaltake ToughPower XT 775W 
CaseOtherOtherOther
NZXT Phantom 410 Leadtek DTV1000s HD TV Tuner/Capture Card ASUS PCE-N15 Wireless Adapter NZXT Sleeved Lighting Kit 100cm 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel G630 Gigabyte GA-H61M-DS2 POV GT 430 2GB Strontium 4GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSPower
WD Caviar Blue 500GB LG External DVD Burner Win7 Ultimate 32bit 680W ATX Power Supply 
CaseOther
K-Mart Fish Tank Blue LED Strip 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i3 4170 AsRock B85M Pro3 ASUS Radeon R7 370 Kingston HyperX Fury 
Hard DriveHard DriveOSPower
Toshiba 500GB SATA3 Sandisk SSD Plus Windows 7 Ultimate Antec VPF550 550w 
CaseOther
Bitfenix Shinobi (Pink) 2x 30cm Pink LED Strips 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i5 2500k @ 4.3ghz 1.34v Gigabyte Z68XP-UD3R Gigabyte GTX 760 OC Kingston HyperX t1 8GB 1866 MHZ 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Western Digital Green 2TB Intel 520 SSD Samsung SH-224DB DVD Burner Corsair H105 
CoolingCoolingOSPower
2x Enermax T.B Apollish Twister 140mm 2x NZXT FN 120RB Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Thermaltake ToughPower XT 775W 
CaseOtherOtherOther
NZXT Phantom 410 Leadtek DTV1000s HD TV Tuner/Capture Card ASUS PCE-N15 Wireless Adapter NZXT Sleeved Lighting Kit 100cm 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel G630 Gigabyte GA-H61M-DS2 POV GT 430 2GB Strontium 4GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSPower
WD Caviar Blue 500GB LG External DVD Burner Win7 Ultimate 32bit 680W ATX Power Supply 
CaseOther
K-Mart Fish Tank Blue LED Strip 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i3 4170 AsRock B85M Pro3 ASUS Radeon R7 370 Kingston HyperX Fury 
Hard DriveHard DriveOSPower
Toshiba 500GB SATA3 Sandisk SSD Plus Windows 7 Ultimate Antec VPF550 550w 
CaseOther
Bitfenix Shinobi (Pink) 2x 30cm Pink LED Strips 
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post #4120 of 5800
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Bought 2 new 140mm Enermax TB Apollish Twister fans for the top of my Phantom 410, put one in facing one way and the other one facing the other way (push/pull?)
how should they be on the top of this case?

What? No ...

This is Push/Pull, when two fans air flow is facing the same direction on a Water Cooling Rad or After Market Air Cooler thumb.gif


You have Exhaust/Intake fan on the top of your tower, which doesn't make sense and probably doesn't help your temps at all.

What you want to do is set both fans facing the same way. Heat rises, so you want your top fans and back fan set to exhaust.

I hope that these pictures help you biggrin.gif


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