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post #291 of 2277
Hi, not sure if this has been answered already.
So, I really like this case, but i cant afford a custom loop. So with aircooling, how are the temps for your HDDs behind the tray ?
Also, most of you have 3 fans at the top. But the PSU is behind the third fan, isnt it kinda bad for the PSU to get all the hot air blown into it ?
Heard it can reduce the lifespan quite a lot.
post #292 of 2277
PSU, specially modern are designed to work under seriously hard conditions so no worries. As of hdd someone was saying that they are being coocked behind he tray. For aircooling, im teling you its one of best. just turn back fan as intake and bottom as intake and you are set.
post #293 of 2277
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Originally Posted by Dakin View Post

Hi, not sure if this has been answered already.
So, I really like this case, but i cant afford a custom loop. So with aircooling, how are the temps for your HDDs behind the tray ?
Also, most of you have 3 fans at the top. But the PSU is behind the third fan, isnt it kinda bad for the PSU to get all the hot air blown into it ?
Heard it can reduce the lifespan quite a lot.

I would say a case would need to be of a remarkably bad design to allow hard drives in almost any position to be cooked. The temperature tolerance on hard drives is very high, so it is very unlikely you would ever have any problems with that.
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post #294 of 2277
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Thanks for the answer, but how should i setup the AIO and the fans for best performance?

Since you have an H80i it will probably be best mounted in the back as exhaust, 3 fans at bottom as intake, 2 or 3 fans on top as exhaust. Although to get positive pressure in this situation you will need to make sure your 3 intake fans at the bottom will be able to move more air that all the other fans. Remember when going with 2 fans at the top the PSU fan will also work as an exhaust. You will have to mess around with the fan speeds and the smoke test method to make sure you get optimal pressure.
post #295 of 2277
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Originally Posted by luan87us View Post

Since you have an H80i it will probably be best mounted in the back as exhaust, 3 fans at bottom as intake, 2 or 3 fans on top as exhaust. Although to get positive pressure in this situation you will need to make sure your 3 intake fans at the bottom will be able to move more air that all the other fans. Remember when going with 2 fans at the top the PSU fan will also work as an exhaust. You will have to mess around with the fan speeds and the smoke test method to make sure you get optimal pressure.

Ok, thanks!
post #296 of 2277
I wish pc parts and other accessories were cheaper here in Norway, really want to do a custom loop in this case, but its so expensive.
post #297 of 2277
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I wish pc parts and other accessories were cheaper here in Norway, really want to do a custom loop in this case, but its so expensive.
I want to do a custom loop too but only with hard tubes however it does cost a lot of money (even here in the US). I wish case was designed to support more AIO coolers though like the EKWB Predator.
post #298 of 2277
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I want to do a custom loop too but only with hard tubes however it does cost a lot of money (even here in the US). I wish case was designed to support more AIO coolers though like the EKWB Predator.


Where are you located, I'm in DC if you're near I have a lot of leftovers watercooling stuff I'll sell for cheap.
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Where are you located, I'm in DC if you're near I have a lot of leftovers watercooling stuff I'll sell for cheap.

Unfortunately I live quite far away from you (SLC, UT). Thanks for the offer though.
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Unfortunately I live quite far away from you (SLC, UT). Thanks for the offer though.

Oh I climb there a lot, and will visit Arches national park sometime this fall. Provide me lodging and I'll do the loop for you biggrin.gif...u viet too?
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