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Originally Posted by ilostmypill View Post

Did you have a 360 rad or a 240?

Also I see a lot of people put fans on the left side of the rad and not the inside Where there is bit of room for fans, is it better to have fans on the left pushing?

It was a 280mm rad, I actually ran it in a push pull with the front fans behind the inwin logo.
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Originally Posted by FireOath View Post

It was a 280mm rad, I actually ran it in a push pull with the front fans behind the inwin logo.

thank you ! now I have a much better idea of what to do
post #313 of 412
Hey hey 805 club , finally, after a long time looking at it , i got a 805 , kind gift from my GF .
And i just love the case. By the help and picture of you guys post i was able to make it happens and deal the heat from the case efficiently.
Push out the front panel, acquiring efficient fans , and good gable management was the key : here my build , hope you'll enjoy .
Inside:
Core i5 3570k @ 4.3Ghz
Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H LGA1155 --might upgrade these for a Ryzen set up soon
16gb ddr3 1600mhz Corsair Dominator
Gigabyte 1070 8gb G1 Windforce
1x intel 520 120gb ssd for OS
2x Kingston 256gb ssd for games
1x 1tb WD black (from my first built in 2008)
1x 1tb WD green
1x 3tb hitachi deskstar
Antec 850w psu
Cooled with a Corsair H80i GT (max 60 deg Celsius @ full load )
+addded 2xRosewill RAWP-141209v2 -PDW 120mm to the case , and wow so good for the price (available on newegg)









post #314 of 412
Does anyone know how to get the In Win logo changed to red? I contacted In Win and was told the "watch the videos" on how others did it....
post #315 of 412
Also, I can't seem to get much light through the front, even tho I used red LED fans on both sides of the radiator.
post #316 of 412
Oops.
Edited by RedneckDude - 2/6/17 at 6:13pm
post #317 of 412
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Originally Posted by spacetoast31 View Post

Just wanted to stop in and join the thread!
I got my 805 back in January, did the build in February. My gigabyte board died on me so its been using a temp system for right now, but i am getting the MSI z97s krait ina few days, so i will be redoing the build. But heres how it looked with the ITX build.




I5 4690k @4.5
gigabyte z97n gaming 5
16GB DDR3 2400 Corsair vengeance Pro
Samsung evo 850
EVGA 980SC

The loop is an EK dcp 2.2 with res, acool UT60 360mm, swiftech apogee xl, ek 980 FC block and backplate, and a acool flow meter.

I did the mod to the radiator brack to fit the 360mm rad in there. took me maybe 5 minutes but sooooo worth it.
Thinking about adding a 120 rad to the rear as well.
I also made an acrylic psu shroud the bend was a pain to do but i had never really done a 90 degree bend so it was a starting point.

How did you get the logo to be red?
post #318 of 412
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Originally Posted by ilostmypill View Post

build looks great , I want to build mine similar to this . How are your temps so far. My psu unfortunately is bit longer and it covers that near fan slot a bit so I can only have 1 fan near the front. Do you think that would be a major issue with 1 instead of 2 fans down there.

I recently switched from.the thermaltakes games to the higher output corsair mag leg fans
I noticed a substantial difference in temps I'd try and keep both fans in there.

Im running just pull on the front 360 rad although I did gasket the radiator fans with foam and moved the front panel off the front so the case could intake air from the front.
Edited by mtuggle86 - 2/7/17 at 2:03am
post #319 of 412
Hello guys,

I just wanted to show you what changes I have done to my InWin 805 to improve temperatures.
A: B:
A: System
B: shimmed front glas plate
C: D:
C. laser cut holes for two 120mm fans
D: radiator fans in push pull configuration
E: F:
E: fan and pump control via aquaero
F: 4x temp. sensor:
1. inside the reservoir
2. between the fans in push/ in front of the radiator
3. between bottom intake fans
4. between top outtake fans
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(14 items)
 
Storage PC
(13 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i7 6800K EVGA x99 FTW K MSI GTX 960 4GB Corsair Vengeance 16GB 2666MHz 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung PM961 250GB Samsung 850 EVO 250GB Samsung 850 EVO 120GB 4x Noctua Redux 140mm  
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
5x BeQuiet Silent Wing 2 120mm Win 10 pro AOC 24" G2460PG Samsung Syncmaster 21.5" BX2240 
PowerCase
EVGA SN 550 G2 Inwin 805 
CPUMotherboardRAMHard Drive
intel i3 4130t gigabyte H97N wifi mushkin 4 gb samsung evo ssd 120GB  
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
samsung 1 tb western digital green 1,5 tb noctua NH d9l Noisblocker 140mm  
CoolingCoolingOSPower
noisblocker 120mm coolink 80mm win 10 pro be quiet sfx 
Case
lian li PC Q08b 
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Main PC
(14 items)
 
Storage PC
(13 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i7 6800K EVGA x99 FTW K MSI GTX 960 4GB Corsair Vengeance 16GB 2666MHz 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung PM961 250GB Samsung 850 EVO 250GB Samsung 850 EVO 120GB 4x Noctua Redux 140mm  
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
5x BeQuiet Silent Wing 2 120mm Win 10 pro AOC 24" G2460PG Samsung Syncmaster 21.5" BX2240 
PowerCase
EVGA SN 550 G2 Inwin 805 
CPUMotherboardRAMHard Drive
intel i3 4130t gigabyte H97N wifi mushkin 4 gb samsung evo ssd 120GB  
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
samsung 1 tb western digital green 1,5 tb noctua NH d9l Noisblocker 140mm  
CoolingCoolingOSPower
noisblocker 120mm coolink 80mm win 10 pro be quiet sfx 
Case
lian li PC Q08b 
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post #320 of 412
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Originally Posted by RedneckDude View Post

Does anyone know how to get the In Win logo changed to red? I contacted In Win and was told the "watch the videos" on how others did it....

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Originally Posted by RedneckDude View Post

Also, I can't seem to get much light through the front, even tho I used red LED fans on both sides of the radiator.


People have the red side logo when they purchase the red 805. The gold and black versions are white. Also, the best way to have the lights bleed through the front panel is LED fans (brighter the better) and an LED strip can't hurt either.
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