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post #8191 of 23567
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Gotcha. I'm considering the full window panel myself. I'm thinking that the bottom fan, plus a 140mm intake fan in the upper drive bays, should do the trick.
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Sounds good. This is what I have in the drive bays. It's a Scythe Karma Bay+ (with a different fan):

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post #8193 of 23567
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I have 2 rigs (the one you saw in that pic and another one which is my sig rig) and the one you saw there isn't my main rig so I haven't done much testing on it just yet. A few members that moded the side panel themselves said to add another fan on the bottom of the case (right next to the PSU) to aid with the cooling so I might have to do that.
Now the only problem that I could see with that (and it wont really effect it much) is that the PSN blow's its hot air out the bottom on some PSU's so your fan sucking in air will be sucking in the PSU's exhaust essentially. I said that it shouldn't be a big problem because its usually not that hot anyways but you might want to keep that in mind when doing it so that you wont expect lower temps or similar temps to before you changed the door out.
post #8194 of 23567
Well, more and more part are arriving, the NB/SB is installed

Fits very snuggly...


Edited by Covertop - 8/4/10 at 3:20pm
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post #8195 of 23567
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Well, more and more part are arriving, the NB/SB is installed

Fits very snuggly...

That looks awesome and talk about a space saver Vs the standard passive air cooler.
post #8196 of 23567
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The full-window side panel is here. Man, the shipping was fast.. guess living in the same state helps.

They packed this thing really good.



Now that I have this full window on, makes me wanna paint the inside black.
Looks nice!
Just wondering what your GPU temps before and after the FUll window panel.
I'm contemplating getting the full window panel, but I just hate the idea of not having any side fans cooling my 2 5970s.
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post #8197 of 23567
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Now the only problem that I could see with that (and it wont really effect it much) is that the PSN blow's its hot air out the bottom on some PSU's so your fan sucking in air will be sucking in the PSU's exhaust essentially. I said that it shouldn't be a big problem because its usually not that hot anyways but you might want to keep that in mind when doing it so that you wont expect lower temps or similar temps to before you changed the door out.
I used to have a fan on the bottom next to the PSU before and the temps were better but of course, that was when I had the old side panel with the 230mm fan. Now I'm just gonna put that fan back on the bottom, raise the case up a bit (to get better flow) and check on the temps more often.

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Looks nice!
Just wondering what your GPU temps before and after the FUll window panel.
I'm contemplating getting the full window panel, but I just hate the idea of not having any side fans cooling my 2 5970s.
Since it's on my second rig, I won't be using it until next week. Hopefully it doesn't go up too much.
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post #8198 of 23567
Yeah I wasn't sure if there would be an adverse change or not. I was just pointing out that there might be a chance that there will be a little increase in temps so don't expect the same as with the fan in the door lol. I screwed up originally installing my door fan backwards and it had a huge adverse effect making my temps soar way above what they are at now that I have swapped it around. it was one of those moments you know? Turns out that it was sucking the cool air out the side before it could get to the GPU's and CPU so I had much much higher temps. I can prob lower my voltages a bit now and/or bump my speed a bit more.
post #8199 of 23567
Pic of the new loop!




post #8200 of 23567
Why is the optical drive inside the case like that?
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