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Originally Posted by dmanstasiu View Post

Corsair H100i can only control PWM fans (which the spectre isn't). As for your motherboard's control, most don't have a slider option. You only get full or auto

I found this:
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Not all is perfect in fanland though. All three of the fan headers are four-pin headers and can accept both 3-pin voltage controlled and 4-pin PWM fans. Unfortunately, the JCHA header can control 3-pin (voltage controlled) fans, but the other two cannot. EVGA is looking into this issue and trying to figure out why the other two headers are struggling to control 3-pin fans. For now, if you’re going to use the Stinger to control your fans, be sure to invest in PWM fans that can be controlled by this BIOS. - See more at: http://www.overclockers.com/evga-z77-stinger-review#sthash.7aHfBnjY.dpuf
form: http://www.overclockers.com/evga-z77-stinger-review

Seems like the JCHA h. can control my 230 mm fan?
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I have a dremel ... I'm actually quite interested by this possibility. If I could run 7.120mm of rad space in a prodigy I'd be happy

Please at least try the 480, I really want to use this rad but I don't want to buy it if it wont work
If only the prodigy was like 10mm bigger in each direction!
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Would be gorgeous too see though!

Yes it would !

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Please at least try the 480, I really want to use this rad but I don't want to buy it if it wont work
If only the prodigy was like 10mm bigger in each direction!

I don't own the rad either rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by Qrchak View Post

Well. You want to put there 480, 240 and 120/140 ?? biggrin.gif
If You fit all that rads in there it will be f....in tight wink.gif
And I think top rad and fans have to be mounted external.

Phobya + 4x 120mm's internally on the front

The 240 + 120mm are already mounted (both internally). Although I really loved the loved of the external 120 on the back so I think I'll run that in push (exhaust).

So:
External 140mm (new rad) on the back, push with BGears fan
Internal EX240 with 2x SP120 high performance
Internal Phobya Quad 480 with ... haven't decided yet. I'll see if there's anywhere I can borow a phobya in vancouver (Craigslist? lachen.gif )
Edited by dmanstasiu - 2/26/13 at 2:01pm
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friends
unless the side in the only USB3.0 USB3.0 inputs. quite effective at what to wear
I plug in both 2.0 and 3.0 I not know.
If you install only the 3.0 is backwards compatible with 2.0, he knew.
yeah I agree
I'm an idiot:D
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Ok.
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Would a 4 x 120 work if you use the 230 fan in front of it? That way you could get the fan in there as a spacer to get around the lip of the case. I guess you would loose a little bit of fan coverage in the corners but it shouldn't matter to much.
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Would a 4 x 120 work if you use the 230 fan in front of it? That way you could get the fan in there as a spacer to get around the lip of the case. I guess you would loose a little bit of fan coverage in the corners but it shouldn't matter to much.

That's a good point, I just realized the rad wouldn't be directly against the case (necessarily)...hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

The rad is ever so slightly thicker than 2x 120mm fans so maybe this could be an advantageous way to do things.

Thanks for the click!
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I still think you may hit the side panel...not positive though smile.gif Im not trying to be Debby Downer just dont want to see you guys waste money. thumb.gif
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I still think you may hit the side panel...not positive though smile.gif Im not trying to be Debby Downer just dont want to see you guys waste money. thumb.gif

Well somebody should try it...I wanna see it! thumb.gifbiggrin.gif
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I still think you may hit the side panel...not positive though smile.gif Im not trying to be Debby Downer just dont want to see you guys waste money. thumb.gif

Oh yeah I wholeheartedly agree. I'm just weighing my options. i really have no use for a 7970 let alone a 2600k, so I'm considering just finishing this build up, selling it, and then putting together a small AMD APU build ..
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