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Looks verry clean ! I like the reservoir mount ! Good job.
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Good looking build thumb.gif Mid 40s CPU temp under load, not bad at all!
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Thanks mate!
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Some fan and lightning update here:
- Second A9 on the U9S gave 2-3°C less under load, at -200 rpm overall. Not much, but still.
- Additional A9 on the side, blowing on the m.2 slot under the gpu... the predator is 3-5°C cooler under load.
- A8 as exhaust down there, instead of F8, to make it more silent...
- 2 nzxt slot filters on the intake 120mm fans, because i think the front panel mesh isnt filtering enough... if i remove the top window, i can simply pull this out upwards to clean
- and a farbwerk, for a temperature controlled rgb led stripe smile.gif (dark blue when cold, and shiny red under heavy load - cant really photograph this correctly)

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Hey guys, I'm about to upgrade my memory kit * 8gigs of G.Skill ares to 16gigs of Corsair Dominator Platinum.

My question is; does every kit has those light bars ?
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Thanks mate!

Can you give us your parts list?
I'm looking to do a similar custom loop and I'm trying to judge what I can mount back there.
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Hi Guys,
Just finished my Air 204 build and I am having issued cooling the 3.5" HDD's. I have two WD Balack 7200 drives spaces apart in Raid 1 and a 120mm fan also placed in the HDD segment (which is the only fan I can see you can place in this section. The fan is running at 100% but still the drives hit the 50 to mid 50c temps. ant ideas on another way to cool them.

Please help!!!

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6770k
Asus gene VIII mobo
samsung 951 m.2 SSD
Corsair GTX H100i (frun mount)
2 x 120mm fans (top mount)
1 x 80mm fan (Back Mount)
GTX 980ti G1 gaming
2133 DDR4 ram 32gb
2 x WD Caviar Black 7200 rpn raid 1 (Running to HOT)
post #1449 of 3767
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Hi Guys,
Just finished my Air 204 build and I am having issued cooling the 3.5" HDD's. I have two WD Balack 7200 drives spaces apart in Raid 1 and a 120mm fan also placed in the HDD segment (which is the only fan I can see you can place in this section. The fan is running at 100% but still the drives hit the 50 to mid 50c temps. ant ideas on another way to cool them.

Please help!!!

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Asus gene VIII mobo
samsung 951 m.2 SSD
Corsair GTX H100i (frun mount)
2 x 120mm fans (top mount)
1 x 80mm fan (Back Mount)
GTX 980ti G1 gaming
2133 DDR4 ram 32gb
2 x WD Caviar Black 7200 rpn raid 1 (Running to HOT)

3 posts above yours. Add a rear 80mm fan to the removable mesh. Problem solved.
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Hey guys, I'm about to upgrade my memory kit * 8gigs of G.Skill ares to 16gigs of Corsair Dominator Platinum.

My question is; does every kit has those light bars ?

The regular stock light bar, yes, but the light bar kit is not included by default, though they are fee if you buy it from our website; http://www.corsair.com/en-us/landing/dominator-platinum-promo
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