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Does anyone use the rear GPU fan add-on? Is it actually useful?

I've just bought some new GPU's (2x 5870's) and they are quite a lot hotter than I'm used to and I can feel the heat coming out of the case with the fan add-on - but it's a bit of a pain to install and use!
It is necessary for my air flow requirements. It does a great job of removing the hot exhaust from the 480's AXP coolers. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Has anyone tried mounting a 240 radiator to the hard drive cage 120mm fan mounts in push pull? I know I won't have enough clearance to install my H220 without using push pull due to clearance between the 5.25" bay protrusion. However, when installed in push pull, the added fan thickness should allow the radiator to be offset just enough to clear the 5.25 bay.

I don't know that there would be any benefit of doing it this way, other than the fact that I would be getting fresh air from the front 200mm fan. I currently the H220 installed in the roof of the case in an exhaust fashion, due to the fact that their is no filtration at the top of the case. I figured it would be easier to ask, rather than uninstalling my radiator and disassembling my cable management to find out that it wont work, or that it is less than optimal.
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Does anyone use the rear GPU fan add-on? Is it actually useful?

I've just bought some new GPU's (2x 5870's) and they are quite a lot hotter than I'm used to and I can feel the heat coming out of the case with the fan add-on - but it's a bit of a pain to install and use!

As Draygonn mentioned...it really depends on your setup. It would work best with users who don't use reference cooler video cards (the ones that don't automatically exhaust through the expansion bays). The added exhaust expansion would help pull the hot air out of the GPU area (notice the vented side of the expansion bays). I personally find it to be too much of a headache to use especially when I have enough exhausting power for my setup. Why?

-Takes up back space preventing me from pushing the case farther against the wall
-Using every single expansion bay makes wires harder to manage through the holes
-It's extra work to remove when trying to troubleshoot (aka taking apart computer)
-It made little to no differences in my temperatures
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Has anyone tried mounting a 240 radiator to the hard drive cage 120mm fan mounts in push pull? I know I won't have enough clearance to install my H220 without using push pull due to clearance between the 5.25" bay protrusion. However, when installed in push pull, the added fan thickness should allow the radiator to be offset just enough to clear the 5.25 bay.

I don't know that there would be any benefit of doing it this way, other than the fact that I would be getting fresh air from the front 200mm fan. I currently the H220 installed in the roof of the case in an exhaust fashion, due to the fact that their is no filtration at the top of the case. I figured it would be easier to ask, rather than uninstalling my radiator and disassembling my cable management to find out that it wont work, or that it is less than optimal.

I forgot which post it was but there have been user(s) in the past who have mounted a 240mm radiator behind the drive cage. You just need to do some proper measurements by calculating fan size and radiator thickness (keep in mind that there are still long video cards that may prevent you from mounting the -pull aspect). Some hard case modding may have to be put into work for mounting specific radiators but some simple attachments may also work as well (some found Velcro to be very useful in some cases).
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I forgot which post it was but there have been user(s) in the past who have mounted a 240mm radiator behind the drive cage. You just need to do some proper measurements by calculating fan size and radiator thickness (keep in mind that there are still long video cards that may prevent you from mounting the -pull aspect). Some hard case modding may have to be put into work for mounting specific radiators but some simple attachments may also work as well (some found Velcro to be very useful in some cases).

the clearance between my gpu and the drive cage should be sufficient, however I will have to measure to be certain. the h220 radiator is pretty thin, so I can't imagine the radiator with push pull measuring more than 4 inches in width. I'm wondering if it will make any difference however, both aesthetically, and performance wise. I like the fact that the radiator is not visible at the top of the case, yet it bothers me that I can't run intake due to a lack of proper filtration, and I have a gap in the third 120mm slot. additionally. I do not like the gaps in between the fan mount adapters, even though they probably only have a very minor contribution I'm regards to dust entering the case.

maybe im being too particular lol.
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Why? -It made little to no differences in my temperatures

Just wonder what temperature monitoring programs you all use or if there is something native in Windows 7.

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do it, i mean srsly you got nothing to loose. wink.gif
in my old case it helped much, give it a chance.
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Just wonder what temperature monitoring programs you all use or if there is something native in Windows 7.

Thanks
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...I like the fact that the radiator is not visible at the top of the case, yet it bothers me that I can't run intake due to a lack of proper filtration, and I have a gap in the third 120mm slot. additionally. I do not like the gaps in between the fan mount adapters, even though they probably only have a very minor contribution I'm regards to dust entering the case.

maybe im being too particular lol.

From my understanding, you were planning on making the top fans intake? I'm always against that idea since hot air is always meant to rise. Oh well...if that's you're preference. Performance should be very minor when comparing a typical push to a push/pull setup. It makes more sense to do it when dealing with thicker FPI. Then there's people who have even more space than usual to create push/pull with shrouds. I personally like the aesthetics of a push/pull setup...plus it leaves me to believe that my final bottlenecks in cooling would be ambient temperatures.
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Just wonder what temperature monitoring programs you all use or if there is something native in Windows 7.

Thanks

I always use eVGA Precision.

Load temperatures stay within the same range the last time I checked a couple of years ago with my GTX275 SLI. There really isn't much I can do except creating a vent/hole on the side panel to increase intake of cool air right outside the case (too troublesome). The video cards already exhaust from the reference coolers and then I have extreme air circulation and exhaust from internal fans. With that said...I'm assuming that's the reason why the GPU fan extension didn't do much for me.
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From my understanding, you were planning on making the top fans intake? I'm always against that idea since hot air is always meant to rise. Oh well...if that's you're preference. Performance should be very minor when comparing a typical push to a push/pull setup. It makes more sense to do it when dealing with thicker FPI. Then there's people who have even more space than usual to create push/pull with shrouds. I personally like the aesthetics of a push/pull setup...plus it leaves me to believe that my final bottlenecks in cooling would be ambient temperatures.


No, you must have misunderstood my intentions. I have a 240mm radiator mounted in the roof of the case, which is currently set to exhaust. My questions were regarding moving the radiator to the hard drive cage in an intake fashion. This will allow me to install the 200mm fans back in the roof and then eliminate the the vacant 120mm fan slot and the dust that may accumulate as a result of it existing.

This would also give fresh filtered air to the radiator as well, something I cannot do in the roof of the case without installing some sort of cumbersome fan filter.
Edited by Mattb2e - 5/30/13 at 8:40pm
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No, you must have misunderstood my intentions. I have a 240mm radiator mounted in the roof of the case, which is currently set to exhaust. My questions were regarding moving the radiator to the hard drive cage in an intake fashion. This will allow me to install the 230mm fans back in the roof and then eliminate the the vacant 120mm fan slot and the dust that may accumulate as a result of it existing.

This would also give fresh filtered air to the radiator as well, something I cannot do in the roof of the case without installing some sort of cumbersome fan filter.

Ahhh I see. My mistake. I figured I misinterpreted something. Thanks for pointing that out.
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