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post #191 of 412
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Excellent thank you, I'm thinking about buying this case and I've been worried about temperatures

It really isn't as bad as some make out. I am running 140mm fans in push pull on the radiator and just the single 120mm rear exhaust fan. I do plan to add 2x120mm fans on the bottom also, but not that it needs it.
post #192 of 412
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It really isn't as bad as some make out. I am running 140mm fans in push pull on the radiator and just the single 120mm rear exhaust fan. I do plan to add 2x120mm fans on the bottom also, but not that it needs it.

How are you doing on space towards the GPU with push/pull? I'm worried they will interfere with my GPUs if I put a push/pull configuration. Do you have any pictures for visualisation? Slim rad?
post #193 of 412
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How are you doing on space towards the GPU with push/pull? I'm worried they will interfere with my GPUs if I put a push/pull configuration. Do you have any pictures for visualisation? Slim rad?

As you can see I have 2 fans hidden away behind the InWin logo. The Sapphire R9 380X is 235mm in length to give you some idea. What are you wanting to put in? From memory I could fit up to ~320mm length cards. The cooler is a Corsair H115i 280mm cooler and has the stock fans on the visible side. The radiator is 26mm thick with the fans being 25mm thick so 51 mm all up.


Edited by FireOath - 8/11/16 at 1:15am
post #194 of 412
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isn't as bad as some make out. I am running 140mm fans in push pull on the radiator and just the single 120mm rear exhaust fan. I do plan to add 2x120mm fans on the bottom also, but not that it needs it.

Well I'm sold, I'll be purchasing the 805i next week. I have a 225mm psu I hope at least one bottom 120mm fan could fit.
post #195 of 412
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Well I'm sold, I'll be purchasing the 805i next week. I have a 225mm psu I hope at least one bottom 120mm fan could fit.

You will definitely get 1 fan in. The PSU I have is 180mm and I will just be able to fit 2 fans down there.
post #196 of 412
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You will definitely get 1 fan in. The PSU I have is 180mm and I will just be able to fit 2 fans down there.

Thanks for your help FireOath, I was worried using an airflow build would have been difficult with this case.im happy that isn't a problem.
post #197 of 412
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Thanks for your help FireOath, I was worried using an airflow build would have been difficult with this case.im happy that isn't a problem.

No worries mate. Shows how much you can learn when you build a PC for the first time! redface.gif
post #198 of 412
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As you can see I have 2 fans hidden away behind the InWin logo. The Sapphire R9 380X is 235mm in length to give you some idea. What are you wanting to put in? From memory I could fit up to ~320mm length cards. The cooler is a Corsair H115i 280mm cooler and has the stock fans on the visible side. The radiator is 26mm thick with the fans being 25mm thick so 51 mm all up.

I want to fit my rad with a push/pull configuration, the GPUs are 270mm each so they are quite big. I haven't measured it out yet but I think I can do it. However that would leave me with no space for a res there. Ideas to put it? I was thinking I could mod in a top mounted res? Ideas?
post #199 of 412
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How are you doing on space towards the GPU with push/pull? I'm worried they will interfere with my GPUs if I put a push/pull configuration. Do you have any pictures for visualisation? Slim rad?
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Originally Posted by MrDipsy View Post

I want to fit my rad with a push/pull configuration, the GPUs are 270mm each so they are quite big. I haven't measured it out yet but I think I can do it. However that would leave me with no space for a res there. Ideas to put it? I was thinking I could mod in a top mounted res? Ideas?

So total space is about 370mm all up, which would leave you 100mm to play with for a radiator+fans+reservoir which won't work it seems. Could mount it on the bottom?
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I installed the In Win classic 750 psu today and also custom painted the cover of my Intel 750 NVMe ssd -




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