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if you have a driller then you can buy special cutting thing to cut holes in plaster walls. i believe they come in few sizes pack and it should do nice with metal also, just remember to put reasonable amount of pressure on driller so when you start drillcutting it wont jump out and scratch whole case. If you are unsure about it, find some car mechanics and tell them what you want to do and ask them if they could do it for you for small fee, i bet they will agree, it's 5-10 minutes of work smile.gif
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yes you can i will update the pictures when i will go back to my house

cool! this setup would be great. the h220, an extra 140 rad then a gpu block sounds sweet
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Working on it....




Sorry chappy cell photos

Just waiting for somebody help to fin a good drain port...
I was thinking on turning the front rad upside-down, use a T-fitting and a valve... But then fittings let no space for cable management

Suggestions?

where is the reservoir???which pump do u are using?
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Koolance RP1250, res/pump combo... It's not in the picture
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Koolance RP1250, res/pump combo... It's not in the picture
ah ok...nice color biggrin.gif
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Quick question, will the Apache 12cm PWM work with H100i?

Specs are:

Application PC case or heatsink fan
Dimension 120 X 120 X 25mm
Fan speed 600 -1300 RPM
Max airflow 57.53 CFM
Max static air pressure 2.64 mm H2O
Noise level 6.9 -16.05 dB(A)
Voltage rating 12V DC
Current rating 0.33A

Bearing HDB (Hydro Dynamic)
Fan life expectancy 50,000 hours
Connector 4pin PWM
Product code AK-FN058


I read online that H100i can hold up to 4 watt for both of the fans. If the Apache will use 0.33A * 12V = 3.96W each (!) is it going to be burn H100i?
There are examples where cooler master led 120mm fans burnt it
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i dont really undearstand why you want to go for slower fan with lower air pressure than the stock ones.
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Quick question, will the Apache 12cm PWM work with H100i?

Specs are:

Application PC case or heatsink fan
Dimension 120 X 120 X 25mm
Fan speed 600 -1300 RPM
Max airflow 57.53 CFM
Max static air pressure 2.64 mm H2O
Noise level 6.9 -16.05 dB(A)
Voltage rating 12V DC
Current rating 0.33A

Bearing HDB (Hydro Dynamic)
Fan life expectancy 50,000 hours
Connector 4pin PWM
Product code AK-FN058


I read online that H100i can hold up to 4 watt for both of the fans. If the Apache will use 0.33A * 12V = 3.96W each (!) is it going to be burn H100i?
There are examples where cooler master led 120mm fans burnt it

I thought I read somewhere that it was 1A per fanport
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i dont really undearstand why you want to go for slower fan with lower air pressure than the stock ones.
Looks perhaps or noise level.

I personally also ordered some fans with "lower" pressure, but the pressure at the speed they are running is higher than the stock ones at the same speed, and they are quieter. I'll let mine run at 700-1000 to have my quiet. If now I'd like to turn the thing up a notch, I'll switch back to stock because at their 12v speed, they are apparently quite ok.
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i dont really undearstand why you want to go for slower fan with lower air pressure than the stock ones.

A lil lower sp but a lot more silent
post #490 of 3052
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like you cant just prefix your stock fans at 1k rpm lol biggrin.gif from my investigation, running stocks at 2,5k rpm gives only 2c difference on load from 1krpm and they are actually pretty quiet, when i use my keyboard it's actually louder than my fans (got em 6) 2x h100i, 1x front, 3x on gpu. You guys just wasting money, that's all.
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