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Wow, I can't wait to see the temps on this beast, epic cooling setup...I'm taking notes smile.gif

Eagerly awaiting finished product
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Wow, I can't wait to see the temps on this beast, epic cooling setup...I'm taking notes smile.gif
Eagerly awaiting finished product

Thanks!
post #153 of 431
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Ok so I started assembly while I wait for the heat shrink, fan connectors and fan screws (had to order 200 m3 x30mm). I ran into a snag though, the right side fan holders are 30mm deep and I am using 25mm fans, based on how I have them this leaves a 5mm gap between fans and the hole.

Those with a caselabs case, did I put the fan in wrong or did you use a 5mm spacer or did you use 30mm thick fans?
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Ok so I started assembly while I wait for the heat shrink, fan connectors and fan screws (had to order 200 m3 x30mm). I ran into a snag though, the right side fan holders are 30mm deep and I am using 25mm fans, based on how I have them this leaves a 5mm gap between fans and the hole.
Those with a caselabs case, did I put the fan in wrong or did you use a 5mm spacer or did you use 30mm thick fans?

I don't follow: picture?
post #155 of 431
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Ya, I figured I should have put a pic up.

I am at work, so no picture but here's a top down sketch of the fan in the fan holder for the right side of the case. This is not a flex bay, just the standard fan holder.

I connected the fan to the back of the holder using the small large screws provided with the GT's.

post #156 of 431
Too poor for a caselabs. I would try asking in the Official Case Labs Owners Club thread. You would prob get a quicker response there. You could also try asking cpachris and/or wmderick since they have current caselabs builds.
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post #157 of 431
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Ya, I figured I should have put a pic up.
I am at work, so no picture but here's a top down sketch of the fan in the fan holder for the right side of the case. This is not a flex bay, just the standard fan holder.
I connected the fan to the back of the holder using the small large screws provided with the GT's.

I'd love to hear the official response also...because these confused me a little bit too. What I ended up doing is putting screws in through the back of the bracket. Since I'm using the NB fans, the screws actually grab into the rubber corners and pull it tight. But this wouldn't work with plastic fan frames. My screws do not reach the threads on the front of the bracket. So...I've made it work for me...but not sure what the official/right approach would be.
post #158 of 431
This looks amazing smile.gif
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Originally Posted by sortableturnip View Post

Too poor for a caselabs. I would try asking in the Official Case Labs Owners Club thread. You would prob get a quicker response there. You could also try asking cpachris and/or wmderick since they have current caselabs builds.

Great idea! Thanks. Cpachris I'll post here a summary of what I get from the official thread.

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This looks amazing smile.gif

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post #160 of 431
Are there no holes on the radiator side of the plate so that you could use a long screw to go fan-plate-radiator and secure the fans into the radiator threads?
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