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post #19341 of 28613
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Originally Posted by slowman87 View Post
So one of the last things I need to do to get my rig proper is CPU cooling. Gotta ditch this intel fan

I was wondering if anyone knows if the Corsair H70 will fit how it's intended, mounted in the back to replace the current exhaust 120mm fan. My concern is that it will hit the top fan, and I'd really not like to take out the top fan. Because if I set the H70 to intake air from the back and blow it into my case, it'd be nice to retain the top exhaust fan on this case.

Or if I had to remove the top fan for this to work, would changing my two 120mm side case fans blowing IN to the case to blowing OUT of the case take care of the added heat?

Please help anyone, just need this taken care of and would like an idea of what to expect once I decide what's good. Thanks OCN community.
I find that with the Scout... The Corsair Hydro coolers work better when they're mounted in the front 5.25 bays.

I used to have my H50 mounted on the rear, but recently moved to the front (secured with zip-ties!) and have since seen at least a 4 - 8 Celsius drop in temps!

In truth, it depends on several important factors.

1. Your Case and how it is designed for internal airflow...
2. Your components inside the case
3. Where you plan to keep your case..

I used to keep my Scout under my desk, with the H50 mounted on the rear running as Intake as per Corsairs instructions.

BUT, my Radeon 5850 vents its hot air out the rear as well, and by putting my Scout under the desk, well... heat rises, and with no where else for that hot air to go, it got sucked into the H50 on the rear!

I then switched my H50 to exhaust on the rear of the case, and my temps dropped 4c. Then, I decided to clean a spot on my desk to put my Scout on top of the desk, and my Temps went down a little more...

Now, I have my Scout sitting on top of my desk, and my H50 mounted inside the 5.25 bays, pulling air as intake, and venting into the case... and my Temps went down even more!

This is because the Scout was built more for better Exhaust, not really designed for good air intake (or they wouldn't have blocked that front stock case fan with the HDD cage!) and it was surely not really designed as a Water Cooling case. But with a little ingenuity, a 120mm Radiator can be mounted into the 5.25 bays with a fan or two, and they will pull the cool air directly in through the front grill mesh; and then vent out into the case which then vents immediately out the top blow hole and through the rear fan.

With even more ingenuity, people have found ways of mounting 240 Rads into their Scouts with extensive modding. But the Corsair Hydro's only use standard 120mm Rads; so if you have the room, look into securing yours into the 5.25 bays!


Oh and, welcome to the club! go to the first page and add yourself to our membership list if you haven't already! Somewhere on that page is also the Tag thingy for your Sig if you want one!
Edited by cjc75 - 3/18/11 at 10:04am
     
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The H50 push/pull fits. The H70 push fits (push/pull is tight). The 140 top fan can be reduced to a 120 giving more room.
Would a slim fan work?

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What I read from the H50/70 club is having fans with high pressure (mmH20) is key.
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What I read from the H50/70 club is having fans with high pressure (mmH20) is key.
I meant for the top. Been looking at different coolers, looks like a lot of tight fits.
     
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I meant for the top. Been looking at different coolers, looks like a lot of tight fits.
Oh. Yeah. Ive seen a slim 120mm top fan with H50 P/P. But you don't have to take my word for it.
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that's a loud fan. Its not the width that matters. 120 x 25 is fine. You can also mount push/ pull with the push on the rear (outside) of the case. May need to cut case honeycomb, or add a fan gasket which is easier. No need to change top fan in that scenario.

Edit: Check out the Yate Loons here http://www.petrastechshop.com/120x25mmfans.html(4 for $20) and are great fans.
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Hey Guys,

So I'm about to purchase the parts for my new build and am leaning towards getting the Scout as my case. The Scout's aesthetics are awesome and I haven't found another mid-tower that's caught my eye quite like it.

Here's a list of the parts I'm thinking:
Intel i5 2500k
MSI P67A-GD53
GSKILL RIPJAWS X Series 4GB (2x 2GB)
GTX 570 (Looking to add a second one in a couple of months)
Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB
Cooler Master Silent Pro 850w

And then the Scout as my case of course. Now's where it gets a wee bit tricky. I'm wanting to run a water cooling loop for the CPU. I'm thinking of removing the HDD cage, and putting a 240mm rad in the front where the intake fan is. Yea, this would require a bit of modding to the 5.25" bays and the front of the case, but I seem to remember seeing pictures a while back of someone doing something similar.

My questions would be:

1. What do you think of my overall build?
2. With the water cooling loop I talked about above, would the airflow in the case be sufficient to cool 2 GTX 570's in SLI? (I'll probably be putting a 120mm on the side panel)

Thanks for the help!
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Originally Posted by cjc75 View Post
I find that with the Scout... The Corsair Hydro coolers work better when they're mounted in the front 5.25 bays.

I used to have my H50 mounted on the rear, but recently moved to the front (secured with zip-ties!) and have since seen at least a 4 - 8 Celsius drop in temps!

In truth, it depends on several important factors.

1. Your Case and how it is designed for internal airflow...
2. Your components inside the case
3. Where you plan to keep your case..

I used to keep my Scout under my desk, with the H50 mounted on the rear running as Intake as per Corsairs instructions.

BUT, my Radeon 5850 vents its hot air out the rear as well, and by putting my Scout under the desk, well... heat rises, and with no where else for that hot air to go, it got sucked into the H50 on the rear!

I then switched my H50 to exhaust on the rear of the case, and my temps dropped 4c. Then, I decided to clean a spot on my desk to put my Scout on top of the desk, and my Temps went down a little more...

Now, I have my Scout sitting on top of my desk, and my H50 mounted inside the 5.25 bays, pulling air as intake, and venting into the case... and my Temps went down even more!

This is because the Scout was built more for better Exhaust, not really designed for good air intake (or they wouldn't have blocked that front stock case fan with the HDD cage!) and it was surely not really designed as a Water Cooling case. But with a little ingenuity, a 120mm Radiator can be mounted into the 5.25 bays with a fan or two, and they will pull the cool air directly in through the front grill mesh; and then vent out into the case which then vents immediately out the top blow hole and through the rear fan.

With even more ingenuity, people have found ways of mounting 240 Rads into their Scouts with extensive modding. But the Corsair Hydro's only use standard 120mm Rads; so if you have the room, look into securing yours into the 5.25 bays!


Oh and, welcome to the club! go to the first page and add yourself to our membership list if you haven't already! Somewhere on that page is also the Tag thingy for your Sig if you want one!
Well this was extremely helpful thanks! I am going to front mount it. I was PM'ing a member here I found had it mounted in the front and he said the 120mm fan attaches perfectly to the holes in the front! I saw one pic he had and looked great. Just recommended a shroud for added length so the water lines have extra room, I hope this works! Any pics you have would be very helpful like front shot and side shot

Thanks again this is a great community!
    
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Hey Guys,

So I'm about to purchase the parts for my new build and am leaning towards getting the Scout as my case. The Scout's aesthetics are awesome and I haven't found another mid-tower that's caught my eye quite like it.

Here's a list of the parts I'm thinking:
Intel i5 2500k
MSI P67A-GD53
GSKILL RIPJAWS X Series 4GB (2x 2GB)
GTX 570 (Looking to add a second one in a couple of months)
Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB
Cooler Master Silent Pro 850w

And then the Scout as my case of course. Now's where it gets a wee bit tricky. I'm wanting to run a water cooling loop for the CPU. I'm thinking of removing the HDD cage, and putting a 240mm rad in the front where the intake fan is. Yea, this would require a bit of modding to the 5.25" bays and the front of the case, but I seem to remember seeing pictures a while back of someone doing something similar.

My questions would be:

1. What do you think of my overall build?
2. With the water cooling loop I talked about above, would the airflow in the case be sufficient to cool 2 GTX 570's in SLI? (I'll probably be putting a 120mm on the side panel)

Thanks for the help!

1. Sounds great and more than one member have done that very thing.
2. YES
    
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Hey Guys,

So I'm about to purchase the parts for my new build and am leaning towards getting the Scout as my case. The Scout's aesthetics are awesome and I haven't found another mid-tower that's caught my eye quite like it.

Here's a list of the parts I'm thinking:
Intel i5 2500k
MSI P67A-GD53
GSKILL RIPJAWS X Series 4GB (2x 2GB)
GTX 570 (Looking to add a second one in a couple of months)
Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB
Cooler Master Silent Pro 850w

And then the Scout as my case of course. Now's where it gets a wee bit tricky. I'm wanting to run a water cooling loop for the CPU. I'm thinking of removing the HDD cage, and putting a 240mm rad in the front where the intake fan is. Yea, this would require a bit of modding to the 5.25" bays and the front of the case, but I seem to remember seeing pictures a while back of someone doing something similar.

My questions would be:

1. What do you think of my overall build?
2. With the water cooling loop I talked about above, would the airflow in the case be sufficient to cool 2 GTX 570's in SLI? (I'll probably be putting a 120mm on the side panel)

Thanks for the help!
No easy answers there. All I can say is that if your are considering a water loop, then you might want to water cool the GPUs too. If you can afford 2 570's then you can afford to water cool them.

Cooling 2 GPUs in any midtower will be challenging, given that the second card will be close to the PSU. A 240 rad will be insufficient, and will require more than " a bit" of modding--well into the third 5 1/4 bay.

Look at GoodInk's "Wicked Awesome Build", and other pictures in this thread's gallery to get some ideas.

It can be done.
    
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