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I had the h80 in there no problem, but when I go to mount the rad with 2 drive bays without mods the second fan won't go in because the plastic is pushing the fans apart. You can see in this picture that only after the mod the fans will fit, maybe the HwLabs 240 has different fan spacing?
Also I was under the impression that the AIO coolers should always be fitted with tubes at the bottom when vertical to avoid creating and air pocket by the tubes?
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I built my loop in that case forever ago , so couldn't remember how I mounted it's , I went threw my buildlog that's in my Sig.
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I built my loop in that case forever ago , so couldn't remember how I mounted it's , I went threw my buildlog that's in my Sig.

Ok I see what you have done, only the top fan is actually attached to the rad while the bottom one is only attached to the bracket and sitting in front of the rad. I mounted both fans through the bracket to the rad, that's why I had to modify. Also I mounted fans-bracket-rad cos I needed the rad as close to the front as possible cos I'm using it as an exhaust. Intake rear and bottom and exhaust front and top
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Ok I see what you have done, only the top fan is actually attached to the rad while the bottom one is only attached to the bracket and sitting in front of the rad. I mounted both fans through the bracket to the rad, that's why I had to modify. Also I mounted fans-bracket-rad cos I needed the rad as close to the front as possible cos I'm using it as an exhaust. Intake rear and bottom and exhaust front and top

I had a second radiator modded into the back of the case, so I had my front as intake , back as exhaust , and bottom as intake and top as exhaust.
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post #334 of 361
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I had a second radiator modded into the back of the case, so I had my front as intake , back as exhaust , and bottom as intake and top as exhaust.

Ah yes I see, nice custom loop. I haven't got the tools and skills to cut into my case while keeping it looking nice, so I use the rear 120, right panel 120 and the 2x180s as intakes, with 120 top exhaust and the h100i blowing straight out the front, about half inch gap between the front mesh panels and the rad.
Overall there is still a positive pressure in the case, but I do need to buy an extra filter for the right panel.
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here is my raven 01 moded so that the h105 radiator is not in the case, its outside for aesthetics and airflow





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I wish to afford 2 NVIDIA GeForce 970 and an MSI SLI Bridge anytime soon...

Need more light or just enough?
A view from outdoor
Clear but low res
Custom Made Panel
Was excited for New Mobo
I wished I got better camera



Cleaning
TT Ring installed
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Hi,

Looking for help in keeping my case on positive pressure. i got 2 120's intake up front and the 2 180's down below. Exhaust or the back and one on top. I notice i got lots of dust and im having high gpu temps as well as cpu temps. Cpu it oced to 4.5. getting 50c or is that normal? and my gpu is getting 80c. Here are some pictures so you can see my gpu positioning.


Chassis: Raven 03
PSU: Coolermaster 750
MoBo: Asrock 990fx Extreme 3
CPU: Fx 6300 4.5 oc
CPU Cooler: Thermaltake Frio
GPU: Palit jetstream Gtx 970
RAM: 2x8 Hyper x fury 1600
HDD: Adata 256 SSD, Seagate SSHD 2TB
post #338 of 361
pocholo01: You might want to remove the two 120 mm fans in the front , because might affect airflow in case the runs from bottom to top. See if that changes your themp on the GPU. If that is a non-reference cooler on the GPU ,that will affect temp being in a 90 degree setup. That case works best with reference coolers on the GPU. Also try to have the fan next to the GPU blowing cool air the the video card . to see if that helps with temps.
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pocholo01 You might want to remove the two 120 mm fans in the front , because might affect airflow in case the runs from bottom to top. See if that changes your themp on the GPU. If that is a non-reference cooler on the GPU ,that will affect temp being in a 90 degree setup. That case works best with reference coolers on the GPU. Also try to have the fan next to the GPU blowing cool air on the the video card to see if that helps with temps. Sorry for double post.
Edited by pozzallo - 2/25/16 at 6:24pm
post #340 of 361
Okay. will get filter for the back first then ill put a intake fan. For now i had remove the front fans and also change the fans to a better one.. i changed it to riing fans hoping its better than my old ones. In theory, i placed the GPU closer to the back so that the air turbulence will be at the back end and the middle will be clear to push air out on top. Should i move the GPU further to the back fan? i still got another slot there.




Edited by pocholo01 - 2/25/16 at 7:18pm
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