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to those that somehow arent able to mount rear fans inside, you can always mount them outside... it's not like you even look at the rear of case other than plugging stuff in. On the other hand idk what is the problem with h100i and begin unable to mount anything, ive got mine h100i here and got LOADS of room, 2x 80 mm will be easy. But again if you somehow cant fit it, try to mount fans outside of case OR order slim ones, some of these small fans are only 12mm thick
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oh god childhood kicked in yo. i feel so terrible all the morning and afternoon and now you post me little toaster... DAMN YOU

I know what you mean. thumb.gif
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Yup, had to apply a lot of pressure to fit the Maximums Impact, also make sure the ports are not hitting the IO panel, I remember the Spdif port for example needing some help to get through the IO panel.
Edited by FurY2014 - 3/22/14 at 3:02pm
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yes all intake will create the positive pressure. That is also my current setup. just get it done today. I can feel those hot air rushing out from the back.

^^

This case begs to just have intake fans...I have a reference GTX 780 on one side pulling air in and exiting out the back, I have a 140mm Noctua up front pulling air from the front, and a H100i on the other side with fans pulling air through the radiator...and all this means I have a solid stream of air going out the rear of the machine. I also don't seem to be picking up much dust in the chassis. The CPU and GPU temps are slightly above ambient.

If you add a 80mm to the back, IMHO, all you're doing is adding more noise.
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to those that somehow arent able to mount rear fans inside, you can always mount them outside... it's not like you even look at the rear of case other than plugging stuff in. On the other hand idk what is the problem with h100i and begin unable to mount anything, ive got mine h100i here and got LOADS of room, 2x 80 mm will be easy. But again if you somehow cant fit it, try to mount fans outside of case OR order slim ones, some of these small fans are only 12mm thick

I can't imagine how you did it, but can you share a picture of your setup so that we can also setup up the same as yours. I'm continuing my building today so this would be a big help, thanks.

EDIT: Also I'm putting a 200m front, H100i, and wx 80mm rear (inside). And the tubing will touch the fan fins in either the 200mm or 80mms which ever I face the h100i. If you can share a picture of what you were saying then maybe I can have an Idea
Edited by rl97521 - 3/22/14 at 5:19pm
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lucky i got gtx 770 gigabyte, by all means big ass card and it fits good. idk why 780 wouldnt fit. Ofc i had to push down my 2x power cables for gpu with roof but it fits.

This is my problem connecting the 2 x 8pin, but my main problem was not being able to use my Hydro Classified block with this case.
    
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I can't imagine how you did it, but can you share a picture of your setup so that we can also setup up the same as yours. I'm continuing my building today so this would be a big help, thanks.

EDIT: Also I'm putting a 200m front, H100i, and wx 80mm rear (inside). And the tubing will touch the fan fins in either the 200mm or 80mms which ever I face the h100i. If you can share a picture of what you were saying then maybe I can have an Idea


If you use any 240mm or H100i on side you can only use the following 2x80mm fans which are 80x12mm or 15mm thick anything bigger it will not fit period.

And I tried adding a Silverstone 180mm fan to the front and there is no way a 240mm rad will fit period. I have done a ton of measurements and adding radiators to the mix that I already have and it just will not fit!!!!!!!

Now if anyone wants to use all fans with no H20 cooling with radiators I think a 200mm fan intake with 2 x 120mm fans exit along with 2 x 80mm exhaust fans will work fine. But using a 200mm fan for front will make your GPU length very limited.

Now for me I would use the FRONT intake 120mm or 140mm fan as the ONLY INTAKE and use the 240 section and the rear 80mm section as a EXIT EXHAUST. Remember you still have a cold air intake from where your GPU card will be as well. 2cents.gif
    
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I am trying to measure the length of the PSU cables to all my components so that i can make the custom cables and individual sleeves.

i have only manage to measure the 24 pin cable at 30cm.

Anyone has measurement to those able (the shortest possible for the AX760 with the Asus Maximus impact board with H100i and 2 SSD and 1 HDD?
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I am trying to measure the length of the PSU cables to all my components so that i can make the custom cables and individual sleeves.

i have only manage to measure the 24 pin cable at 30cm.

Anyone has measurement to those able (the shortest possible for the AX760 with the Asus Maximus impact board with H100i and 2 SSD and 1 HDD?

A while back someone said 40cm for GPU "but you could go away with less", just search that post.
As for the CPU EATX 4+4, it sits right beside the 24pin on the maximus, so that would be the same length
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I dont have fans mounted on the back because front fan is more than engouh for me to create a steady burst of air on the back, second thing i just measured and between rear exausting mesh and h100i i have exactly 18 mm space free so mounting there like 12 mm wide fans shouldnt be a problem.

Protip for mounting something is to not use screws but these rubber bolts that you can get for example from overclockers.co.uk

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=FG-053-AK&groupid=701&catid=2331

after fitting fan in, you just cut out unwanted part and mount h100i on the place, easy to do imo but totally waste of time.
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