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    Red
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post #5731 of 5738
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Originally Posted by camry racing View Post

well 240mm should be easy I fitted a 280mm kraken X61 on the top


the thing is theres this nozzle like thing on the 240mm rad that i feel like is in the way.. either that or im doing it wrong. i read somewhere in the internet that i have to mod the case for it to fit or something but i just want more info regarding this situation
post #5732 of 5738
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the thing is theres this nozzle like thing on the 240mm rad that i feel like is in the way.. either that or im doing it wrong. i read somewhere in the internet that i have to mod the case for it to fit or something but i just want more info regarding this situation

pics will be nice to see..
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post #5733 of 5738
Hey guys,

I am building a build or the first time and have been scratching my head for 2 hours about some small ridiculous thing. I have connected everything except for these two 3 pin connectors, I'm assuming they are fan connectors. The case comes with 2 fans installed. I have no clue whatsoever where to connect these 3 pin headers. I can't connect them to my motherboard since they're all 4 pin connectors, I have no clue if how to connect them to the PSU. Where am I supposed to connect these two 3 pin connectors? I have looked at other threads like this but could not come to a clear conclusion. Some say I need an adapter, some say it should be connected to the mobo, some say it should be connected to the PSU..

See pictures for clarification:
http://i60.tinypic.com/bg62xc.jpg
http://i58.tinypic.com/bf1e9j.jpg
http://i59.tinypic.com/2i9tf93.jpg

Edit: Oh please God no. Please. As I posted this thread and looked at the fan hub once more, I realised there are 4 fan connectors connected to the fan hub, while I only have 2 fans.. Please don't tell me the other 2 wires are just excess, just in case I would connect 2 more fans..
post #5734 of 5738
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Originally Posted by OostBlokBoys View Post

Hey guys,

I am building a build or the first time and have been scratching my head for 2 hours about some small ridiculous thing. I have connected everything except for these two 3 pin connectors, I'm assuming they are fan connectors. The case comes with 2 fans installed. I have no clue whatsoever where to connect these 3 pin headers. I can't connect them to my motherboard since they're all 4 pin connectors, I have no clue if how to connect them to the PSU. Where am I supposed to connect these two 3 pin connectors? I have looked at other threads like this but could not come to a clear conclusion. Some say I need an adapter, some say it should be connected to the mobo, some say it should be connected to the PSU..

See pictures for clarification:
http://i60.tinypic.com/bg62xc.jpg
http://i58.tinypic.com/bf1e9j.jpg
http://i59.tinypic.com/2i9tf93.jpg

Edit: Oh please God no. Please. As I posted this thread and looked at the fan hub once more, I realised there are 4 fan connectors connected to the fan hub, while I only have 2 fans.. Please don't tell me the other 2 wires are just excess, just in case I would connect 2 more fans..

you got it those are 2 more fan conectors that goes to the integrated case fan controller
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post #5735 of 5738
So I installed everything, connected the PSU to the molex connector. When I connect it to the molex connector, the I/O shield LED lights up, but the fans do not work?
post #5736 of 5738
Hello 410 Owners! I have a question. Will a thermalright macho rev b or a nh d14 block the 1st pcie slot on this case? Because my graphic card rests on the 1st pcie , and I'm not sure if the coolers I am planning to buy Will fit. If not I might be stuck with aio coolers
post #5737 of 5738
Try pcpartpicker, but all i know is that the Lucifer v2 fits in mine
post #5738 of 5738
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Originally Posted by gerpogi View Post

Hello 410 Owners! I have a question. Will a thermalright macho rev b or a nh d14 block the 1st pcie slot on this case? Because my graphic card rests on the 1st pcie , and I'm not sure if the coolers I am planning to buy Will fit. If not I might be stuck with aio coolers

I currently have a d14 in my 410, so it definitely does fit!

A quick search shows the d14 at 160mm height and the macho at 162mm. I would say the macho may be pushing it but it should fit, I think I have about 1-2 cm of clearance.
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