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post #5351 of 13812
It came with 1 top 140mm, 1 rear 140mm, 1 front 140mm and 1 VGA pivot 140mm. It has space for total of 10 fans. Hope that answers your question.

James
post #5352 of 13812
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Originally Posted by zhengfu23 View Post

It came with 1 top 140mm, 1 rear 140mm, 1 front 140mm and 1 VGA pivot 140mm. It has space for total of 10 fans. Hope that answers your question.
James
Thanks alot!
post #5353 of 13812
I don't see how you guys get your rig so nice and clean... spent 2 hours of cable management and it looks really clean and all, but still...
Also, do you guys think I should get blue or white LEDs for my white 810?
Also want to replace the stock corsair fans on the H100, it is way too loud. Any suggestions?
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I don't see how you guys get your rig so nice and clean... spent 2 hours of cable management and it looks really clean and all, but still...
Also, do you guys think I should get blue or white LEDs for my white 810?
Also want to replace the stock corsair fans on the H100, it is way too loud. Any suggestions?

1) Get white LEDs
2) you should look into the new corsair high static pressure fans. Great for cooling radiators biggrin.gif
post #5355 of 13812
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Originally Posted by SlverWolf View Post

So far I haven't had a single issue with mounting the cylinder res horizontally. It actually got all the air out of the system much quicker than it did when I first got it and set it up vertically with the sponge and steel mesh, I never got all the bubbles out with it that way. They just stayed in the sponge and there was always a vortex. With it horizontal there is no vortex and it's easy to top off. If I want to drain I just dismount the pump/res and pour out until I can take the top of the res off and proceed further with draining/flushing since I don't have a drain line put in.

Thanks for the info SlverWolf. I'm still planning out my build. I've got some measuring to do. Hoping to fit a cylinder res horizontally up the top maybe next to / alongside the fans on your rad. Well it's a thought i'm having.
Cheers
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1) Get white LEDs
2) you should look into the new corsair high static pressure fans. Great for cooling radiators biggrin.gif

Thanks! smile.gif
Guessing I should get the NZXT White LED strip?
I'll look into the new corsair thumb.gif Don't know if I should get 4 for push/pull or stick with how I have them now, pulling air from case to rad. This is what I have now: 363

Also what about case fans?
Edited by Degree - 6/25/12 at 10:20pm
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Thanks! smile.gif
Guessing I should get the NZXT White LED strip?
I'll look into the new corsair thumb.gif Don't know if I should get 4 for push/pull or stick with how I have them now, pulling air from case to rad. This is what I have now: 363
Also what about case fans?

go with p/p thumb.gif
btw, what temp are you getting with h100?
post #5358 of 13812
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

For you guys looking to run tubing behind the mobo tray, check out this build log, page 5 has some fairly detailed shots.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1222267/nzxt-switch-810-420-280-build
This whole build is super clean, I just would not have run the rad fittings from the rear. It's just toooo many tight 90's with excessive restriction that can be avoided with a little more work at the front.
Darlene

Thanks for the info, that build log as helped me out a lot since I want to get that same rad and I can see that it is pretty tight in the back. I plan to cut a little bit into the top of the non removable HDD cage to improve air flow and this can also be used to route tubing if I decide to mount it towards the front. Hopefully I should be getting the first half of my parts in the next couple of weeks.
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I've done it with my switch. Loop goes from mcp35x res to the pump then behind the mobo tray w a 45 degree fitting and up to the top of the case into a 90 degree fitting that goes into my 360 rad. Then out the rad and to the waterblock then back to the res. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
b421ec73.jpg
EDIT: that's with 3/8 x 5/8 tubing and there is zero issues with routing behind the mobo tray. I haven't tried it with larger tubing.

Thanks for the info. I have never seen a tube style res mounted like that. Looks really nice and clean looking thumb.gif
post #5359 of 13812
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

For you guys looking to run tubing behind the mobo tray, check out this build log, page 5 has some fairly detailed shots.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1222267/nzxt-switch-810-420-280-build
This whole build is super clean, I just would not have run the rad fittings from the rear. It's just toooo many tight 90's with excessive restriction that can be avoided with a little more work at the front.
Darlene
Thanks IT DiVa! I was aiming for a clean look. I didn't want any tubes running over the RAM or anywhere else. I could have used fittings to clean tubes in the back, but I took my time and made sure to prevent any kinks, even with the side panel is closed. There is enough room to run all the cables and tubes behind the mobo tray. If you watch the vid, I also show how tubes would kink and how to prevent it. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Agent_kenshin View Post

Thanks for the info, that build log as helped me out a lot since I want to get that same rad and I can see that it is pretty tight in the back. I plan to cut a little bit into the top of the non removable HDD cage to improve air flow and this can also be used to route tubing if I decide to mount it towards the front. Hopefully I should be getting the first half of my parts in the next couple of weeks.
Thanks for the info. I have never seen a tube style res mounted like that. Looks really nice and clean looking thumb.gif
Thanks! It's def. a tight fit with the 420 rad. If you have any questions, send me a PM.thumb.gif
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Does anybody have a side panel that shows the heat treatment/rainbows on the window?
 
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