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post #12191 of 23536
you do know that most coffee makers have a auto brew setting now a days right? Lol or if your really feeling needy, you could write a program to turn it on and make the coffee for you. You could even involve some robotics into it and have it do everything for you but that takes a whole lot of nerd mojo to pull that off... when you figure it out then put me on the waiting list to buy the first one off of you ok?

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I will say "Now THAT'S an operating system!" when it makes my coffee in the morning... or becomes 100% virus-proof, whichever happens first. Other than that... nothing really I am interested in. Just let me play games and balance the checkbook, watch movies and listen to music and I am fine.


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post #12192 of 23536
Anyone mount a 220 rad in the top front 6x5 1/4" drive bay section of a HAF X? I plan on getting some Universal GPU blocks for my two GTX 460's. Already took out the swappable bays so i have the whole section to work with.

I do have a 320 rad on the top so that give me around 70mm of room to fit between the front of the case and end of my 320 rad. Kinda means no Push/Pull, just a Push or pull.
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post #12193 of 23536
Its good to be back.. Well after a bad bad bad overclocking session and a fried mobo I am finally back up and running lol.. It is good to be back I missed the thread
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post #12194 of 23536
I will join....When I get a camera, this whole not having a camera thing is really impeding my ability to join clubs and I can't use my phone because it don't transfer easy
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post #12195 of 23536
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Originally Posted by PharaohFish View Post
Alright, I'll completely re-check everything while I put on a Hyper 212+ next week (which should fit in this case, even with a 200mm CoolerMaster side fan?).
Could have easily done something wrong as this was my first time building entirely by myself
Should get the H50 but if you're set on the 212+ I wouldn't bad mouth it.

Welcome back Reaper. Was hoping you wouldn't be back so I could claim HoF win but... j/k Welcome back bro.

~Ceadder
Edited by Ceadderman - 3/30/11 at 7:01pm
 
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post #12196 of 23536
Hello all

Well I got to posting my worklog. It isn't the best, as I am still new to all this. I just set up my crappy camera on a tripod to help with my shakiness. Just need to remember to push the button. If you all have any comments feel free to let me know. Thread link below.

http://www.overclock.net/case-mod-wo...2-haf-mod.html

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post #12197 of 23536
I finally broke down last night and bought a dremel and some reinforced cutting discs, in preparation for the cutting of the PSU tray. But as I was thinking about that, I started to consider top mounting the PSU. If I did, I could keep the fan I just spent so much time on, mounted in the roof, slightly forward of where it is stock. Then I would mount the rad on the bottom.

It just seems like a better use of space, since otherwise the area between the PSU and the HD cage would be empty. I think there would be more room for a shroud on the radiator fans without worry about hitting the motherboard (I only have one GPU and my sound card is miniscule). Also, I'd like to be able to use the second fan I just spent so much time on, and there wouldn't be anywhere else to mount it once I cut a window in the side panel.

I don't recall seeing anyone having done this, and couldn't find one by searching either so please feel free to give a thumbs up or down with your thoughts.

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post #12198 of 23536
Well since heat rises I'm not sure that would be a good place for it. You'll be blowing heat across your system and up into the PSU. Having the PSU mounted at the bottom intaking cooler air is better than intaking warmer air at the top. Not to mention the warm air would be recycled back into the loop.

I've seen the PSU done up top but I would do it with the intake fan at the top as well if you're insistent on running it the way you've mapped it out.

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post #12199 of 23536
The heat rising won't have anything to do with it since any fans you have would easily overpower the natural heat rising effect.. Even a fan with 2 or 3 cfm would move more than enough air to to that. But the ability to push the hot air from a rad directly out of the case while it is mounted at the bottom is rather limited. You would be much better off with the PSU at the bottom and the rad at the top with the fans blowing out the top.
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post #12200 of 23536
1) Having your rad on the bottom as an intake would warm up your whole system. Plus you need a lot of room under your case to pull air in from outside it for it to work properly.

2) having your rad on the bottom as an exhaust you would still need a lot of room under your case to expel all that air, even more if you have a push/pull setup.

The top is a perfect place for a rad. Hot air rises, you can add a pull to your rad without losing any space inside your case. You can mount your pump on the bottom of the case UNDER your reservoir.

I just think having it at the bottom is not the best thing to do....
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