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Hm mine never drops below 51fps. I'm usually around 54-60 in w3
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Hm mine never drops below 51fps. I'm usually around 54-60 in w3
depends on the testing place, and the weather.
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It fits!!! It's a bit of a weird pattern with the hoses, but I wouldn't say it looks bad smile.gif

Benchmarks of ddr3600 and 120mm vs 140mm fan temperature testing to come after the leak test

:edit: got the full size exhaust fan in also. There is basically maybe .5mm to spare between all the components that run along the top of the case.

The pattern almost looks like Kanji.
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The pattern almost looks like Kanji.
ha yea it kinda does smile.gif

I'm pretty amazed that opening up the airflow up front and changing out the fans dropped my load temps by 9c. I'm now able to run my fans at lower rpm for cooler performance and less noise.

I don't think there is any physically remaining room in this case to add anything else so I guess I am done until I go for a hard line build biggrin.gif
post #15 of 15
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I spent some time working on deleting rotating 90deg fittings from this build. I'm down to just one now, going from pump to front res.

With this layout I lose the exhaust fan, but with 2x140 and 2x120mm fans on intake maybe positive pressure will be enough. If not, I will switch the top rad to exhaust.

I like this layout a lot more and think it looks much cleaner.

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