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Guys looking into getting the switch 810. Does a 420 rad fit up top okay with no modding? I've heard mixed things.

Looking to buy the 810 and the XSPC EX420
post #6262 of 13812
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Originally Posted by fa5terba11 View Post

Hey does anyone know where to buy honeycomb or circle metal mesh? I know I can find it online at like mnpctech or ppcs, but is there a hardware store that carries stuff like that so I don't have to pay for shipping? I tried home depot and that was a miss.
I haven't found any that do. You might get lucky and find a welding/fab shop that has some but not likely unless they do a lot of ornamental iron work. The prices online are crazy for what you get, but at the very least the pc shops carry stuff that is already painted pretty well. AC Ryan and modsmart seem to be the most available.
So has anyone bought a Hue yet? Seemed like there was a lot of interest earlier.
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Originally Posted by Trelga View Post

Guys looking into getting the switch 810. Does a 420 rad fit up top okay with no modding? I've heard mixed things.
Looking to buy the 810 and the XSPC EX420

The only 420 rad that I know of that requires no drilling is the Black Ice series rads. For anything else, you will have to drill some holes at the top of the case. I'm planning on getting a thick 420 rad myself within the next month.
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hi guys. ek 420rad is also good to install on the top
post #6265 of 13812
Do you guys keep the cover over the 2 fans on the front panel on or off? I've noticed the front panel tends to restrict air flow.
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I currently have 2 rads in my case, both using push fans on them.....I wanted to add pulls as well but the fan hub in the back of the case is starting to get full. I was wondering if they sell the little 3 pin hub that comes with the case, I didnt see any online......would it be safe to add Y splitters onto the hub thats already there? I really hate adding those Molex to 3pin connectors for more fans. I really like the slim profile of the hub that comes with the case. I dont want to overload any one connection....would adding to that one Molex power connector with Y splitters be safe?
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

Sounds like this is what you're looking for:
http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g47/c121/s424/list/p1/Fan_Accessories-Fan_Accessories-Multi_Fan_Ports-Page1.html
Darlene


Yah, I guess those could work...I was just worried about how they would fit on the back panel. The one that comes with the case makes the connectors lay flat...these would make them stick out no? Wonder if it would be a pain bending all those connections to make the the side close without mashing them...especially the molex?

Would adding Y splitters to the hub I already have be safe?
Edited by stringboi - 7/28/12 at 12:46pm
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