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post #931 of 4392
Hi all,

Wondering how id go about using SSDs with the 840..

Would these work in the 3.5in caddys ?

http://www.icydock.com/product/mb882sp-1s-2b.html

Also it looks to me like the H50 would not fit in this case due to the extra support for the motherboard tray and especially not if you still wanted to slide the mobo tray out with the H50 rad still fitted..
post #932 of 4392
well, i think if you would mount the h50 at the motherboardtray fanhole you would still be able to slide it out.

Also if that SSD thing is the same as any hdd formfactor it would go into these caddy's. Im using some cheap bracket and it works too
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Originally Posted by Xs1nX View Post
Hi all,

Wondering how id go about using SSDs with the 840..

Would these work in the 3.5in caddys ?
Heck, use a single double-sided sticky pad and it will easily go into the 3.5-inch bay. That's what I did with mine (in another case, but it makes no difference).
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I figured something out with the bottom fan that sits on the bottom of the case. I had a GentleTyphoon AP-15 velcro'd down there and it didn't seem like it was pushing much air at all.

So I put a shroud on it so it goes floor -> shroud -> fan, and now the fan is pushing a lot more air. Guess the fan needs the extra room to really get the air moving.
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Where could I buy some fan shrouds?
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Where could I buy some fan shrouds?
Just take any 120mm fan you don't use anymore and take the supports out and take the middle out. Then you're left with the casing and voila, shroud! (Assuming you're using a 120mm fan with this shroud, otherwise create a corresponding sized shroud).

I find it easiest to use a pair of strong pliars and rip the supports out that way. I've also sawed them out.

If you don't have any fans to sacrifice, you can get some cheap Yates from jab-tech here: http://jab-tech.com/YATE-LOON-120mm-...d-pr-3770.html

^Actually those wouldn't be so great since they are closed corner. I much prefer open corner since a lot of heatsink clips use the inside open corner to clip onto. Doesn't matter in this situation, but yeah generally I like open corner.

To connect shroud to fan I use zip ties. Just thread four zip ties through the fan holes of the fan and the shroud. In this case you wouldn't go through the second hold of the shroud since that would need to be somewhat flush to the ground on the bottom.
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I figured something out with the bottom fan that sits on the bottom of the case. I had a GentleTyphoon AP-15 velcro'd down there and it didn't seem like it was pushing much air at all.

So I put a shroud on it so it goes floor -> shroud -> fan, and now the fan is pushing a lot more air. Guess the fan needs the extra room to really get the air moving.
sounds like something im gonna try soon
thanx for the idea.
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Originally Posted by Xs1nX View Post
Would these work in the 3.5in caddys ?

http://www.icydock.com/product/mb882sp-1s-2b.html
Yes, I'm using the older revision of that right now for my Falcon 64GB and it works perfectly.
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post #939 of 4392
hi, i have a "problem" with the case and my cpu cooler. my system is in signature.

i have installed the prolimatech megahalems with 2 nanoxia fx12 1250 rpm. the prolimatech blows outside the case to the 120mm cooler in the back. i also have installed 2 nanoxia fx12 1250 rpm on the hdd cage.

when i turn off the two 230mm cooler on top, then the cpu will be 3°C cooler. but why? when i turn the two 2300mm cooler on top on again, then the cpu will be 3°C hotter.

should i try to switch the megahalems 90°, so that it blows to the top? what can i do?
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should i try to switch the megahalems 90°, so that it blows to the top? what can i do?
Go ahead and try that, and see what the temps are like. If they're lower than blowing to the rear with the top fans turned off, go ahead and leave it blowing upward. If not, just leave it blowing out the back with the top fans off.

Oh, and added.
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