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post #151 of 894
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I think your issue is simply a result of not having the right hardware. I simply used 1 1/4 6-32 bolts all around and it was no issue. I found them on Amazon for around 3 bucks for 20. As far as I know the Gentle Typhoons are 25mm thick so you shouldn't have any issues, just make sure you remove the rubber grommets that are pre installed in the screw holes that you intend to use. Don't worry, they are unnecessary and as long as your radiator is attached properly and all bolts are equally tightened you won't have to worry about vibration or case rattle...

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I left the rubber grommets in place. That's certainly it.

Thank you!

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post #152 of 894
I just received my case and it is in fact a beauty. I'll take some pictures soon once all my water cooling supplies arrive.

Before I order my radiators, anyone know if the XSPC EX360 will fit in the front? If not, how about XSPC RS360. Thanks!
post #153 of 894
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I just received my case and it is in fact a beauty. I'll take some pictures soon once all my water cooling supplies arrive.

Before I order my radiators, anyone know if the XSPC EX360 will fit in the front? If not, how about XSPC RS360. Thanks!

The XSPC 360mm radiators are approx 1/8" too long to fit in the front position, without modifying the case.
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post #154 of 894
Hey,

So I decided to tinker with it a little, and guess what? IT FIT! The XSPC Rasa 360mm fit. There is no breathing room whatsoever, but I managed to get it in. I haven't screwed in all the possible screws (I don't want to ruin the screw holes on the radiator by forcing in the screws), but I have secured the top 2 screws and the bottom 2 screws onto the radiator. It was a really really tight fit. I think I got lucky, but I did need to apply some pressure to get it in there wink.gif.

Here are some pictures. Sorry for the ****ty quality. My hands are shaking with excitement and my phone camera is meh.


post #155 of 894
I made the switch from the 600t to the 780t a couple of months ago...
Love the design of this case, just made minor changes to it; cut out the struds of the top mesh & front mesh for improved airflow.
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post #156 of 894
Corsair say the RX360 fit in the front!? O.o

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=134868
post #157 of 894
Hi all
Just finished the transplant to my 780t thought i'd post it on here to get some feedback what do u all think?
My pals at Monkey Finger Custom Paint did all the hydro graphics and paint and it came out better than I expected sorry the photos don't do it justice lol









post #158 of 894
I like it! Looks like David Lee Roth's pants!
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post #159 of 894
Is this case included a fan hub?
I've just purchased 3 Noctua NF-F12 iPPC PWM and 1 NF-A14 iPPC PWM and they are 4 pins fans. Do I need to buy a fan hub? redface.gif
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post #160 of 894
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Finally got my 780T all transplanted over from my 600T. Pictures from my phone will follow, and I plan to take better photos with my DSLR tomorrow or so. Enjoy!






hey man, how are your temps? how's the gpu as an intake working? gpu get a lot hotter than cpus, I was wondering if having a gpu as an intake would heavily impact temperatures inside the case?
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