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post #541 of 3052
Depends on how many fans you have. If you have less than 3 fans (and pump) then no. Simply plug your fans to the CHA_FAN# connectors and the pump to the CPU_FAN connector while also having it plugged to a SATA power plug. Fan Xpert 2 allows you to control PWM 4-pin and normal 3-pin fans. The way I understand it; connected fans to the block will only be controllable via the CORSAIR LINK software.

I hope I understood your question correctly. biggrin.gif
post #542 of 3052
Hello!

I have just had delivered my brand new Corsair 250D and i would like to join this club.

This new build is replacing my old bitfenix prodigy build. This new build will be an ultimate high end water cooled system.

The specs will be as follows-

Intel i74770K
16gb Corsair Vengeance Pro 2400mhz (Red)
Asus ROG Impact ITX Motherboard
Gtx 780ti
Corsair Force GT 250GB SSD
Western Digital Black 2TB HDD
Corsair AX760PSU

The system will be full water cooled as well. I will use the following items-

EK Waterblock specifically for the Asus Impact
GTX 780 full waterblock
240mm Radiator
x2 Corsair AF120 Fans
x1 Corsair AF140MM Fan
Acrylic tubes for straight lines
Red liqud to match the red themed build
(I am unsure on the res and pump including the placement atm)


Please find below a photo of my case-



Thanks,

Phil
post #543 of 3052
Hey Guys,

I have now started and finished my side panel window mod. Pictures are below! Much more modding to come.

Please let me know what you think. I am happy to answer any questions



post #544 of 3052
What a coincidence. I actually just liked that photo on Instagram like 30min ago. It looks professional and clean. thumb.gif
I see you did a similar thing with the Prodigy. How much warmer does the GPU get like that?
post #545 of 3052
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Originally Posted by rene mauricio View Post

Depends on how many fans you have. If you have less than 3 fans (and pump) then no. Simply plug your fans to the CHA_FAN# connectors and the pump to the CPU_FAN connector while also having it plugged to a SATA power plug. Fan Xpert 2 allows you to control PWM 4-pin and normal 3-pin fans. The way I understand it; connected fans to the block will only be controllable via the CORSAIR LINK software.

I hope I understood your question correctly. biggrin.gif

I have 2 PWM fans, but the impact only has one PWM header, the other mobo connectors have 4pins but are not PWM. i did read a review where someone said that only the cpu is pwm the other 4-pins are not. could have been a mistake by the reviewer though.

Do I even need to plug in the pump connector? I thought it was just there so the mobo thinks there's a fan conected to it
Edited by Moondrake - 4/1/14 at 1:46pm
Moon's Hadron
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Moon's M13 250D
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 4670k ASUS ROG Maximus VI Impact MSI R9 280X Twin FROZR Corsair Vengeance Low Profile (2x4GB) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Kingston HyperX 3K EVGA DVD-RW slim for Hadron  EVGA mITX CPU Cooler Win 7 Home Premium OEM 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Apple LED Cinema Display 27" Logitech G19 EVGA Hadron internal PSU (500W Gold) EVGA Hadron Air 
MouseAudioOtherOther
Logitech G602 Razer Tiamat 2.2 Kanex SnapX miniDP Switch Belkin Nostromo n52te 
Other
Microsoft adapter for 360 wireless controller 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
intel i5 4670k Asus Maximus VI Impact MSI R9 280X Corsair Vengeance Low Profile (2x4GB) 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Kingston HyperX 3K Corsair h100i Windows 7 Apple LED Cinema Display 27" 
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Moon's Hadron
(17 items)
 
Moon's M13 250D
(15 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 4670k ASUS ROG Maximus VI Impact MSI R9 280X Twin FROZR Corsair Vengeance Low Profile (2x4GB) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Kingston HyperX 3K EVGA DVD-RW slim for Hadron  EVGA mITX CPU Cooler Win 7 Home Premium OEM 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Apple LED Cinema Display 27" Logitech G19 EVGA Hadron internal PSU (500W Gold) EVGA Hadron Air 
MouseAudioOtherOther
Logitech G602 Razer Tiamat 2.2 Kanex SnapX miniDP Switch Belkin Nostromo n52te 
Other
Microsoft adapter for 360 wireless controller 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
intel i5 4670k Asus Maximus VI Impact MSI R9 280X Corsair Vengeance Low Profile (2x4GB) 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Kingston HyperX 3K Corsair h100i Windows 7 Apple LED Cinema Display 27" 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G19 Corsair RM650 Corsair 250D Logitech G602 
AudioOtherOther
Razer Tiamat 2.2 Kanex SnapX miniDP Switch Microsoft Wireless Controller adapter 
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post #546 of 3052
Quote:
Originally Posted by omrheadshoto View Post

Hey Guys,

I have now started and finished my side panel window mod. Pictures are below! Much more modding to come.

Please let me know what you think. I am happy to answer any questions




At least! Someone that jumps to a windowed side panel...
Do you have photos of the inside to se how did you do it?

I was thinking of cutting the whole panel to a square and put some spacers between it and the acrylic.

Today I have been messing around with mine... Soon the photos, included the bottom drain port (I was scared to screw the case...)
post #547 of 3052
Hello guys!
Quick question. Is the MSI r9 290 Twin Frozr gonna fit in this case? And also with the power cables clearance to the top panel.

Thanks
post #548 of 3052
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Originally Posted by kamikazemonkey View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by omrheadshoto View Post

Hey Guys,

I have now started and finished my side panel window mod. Pictures are below! Much more modding to come.

Please let me know what you think. I am happy to answer any questions




At least! Someone that jumps to a windowed side panel...
Do you have photos of the inside to se how did you do it?

I was thinking of cutting the whole panel to a square and put some spacers between it and the acrylic.

Today I have been messing around with mine... Soon the photos, included the bottom drain port (I was scared to screw the case...)

Hey,

I made the cut along where the red line is. I then filed the edges down until it was perfect smooth. The acrylic is simply taped down. Nothing fancy.

post #549 of 3052
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Originally Posted by deadkid5 View Post

Hello guys!
Quick question. Is the MSI r9 290 Twin Frozr gonna fit in this case? And also with the power cables clearance to the top panel.

Thanks
It will fit no problem
post #550 of 3052
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Originally Posted by weredawg View Post

What a coincidence. I actually just liked that photo on Instagram like 30min ago. It looks professional and clean. thumb.gif
I see you did a similar thing with the Prodigy. How much warmer does the GPU get like that?
I haven't purchased any of the items yet. Im not worry thou as i will be water cooling the gnu. You will defiantly need to drill some ventilation holes thou.
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