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post #24921 of 28613
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Nortec View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by darkstar585 View Post

@ Nortec
If you cut the rounded lip off of the back of your hdd cage, you can move it across so it sits flush against the fan and still leave enough space for your monster card(fitted with bolts so you can access the fan again) ...i know it will fit as that card is about the same length as my msi 7970 and once i moved the rack across i ended up with a good 3mm of space spare.
If you go back a few pages you will see what i mean.
Awesome rig btw thumb.gif

Thanks wink.gif I actually thought of that but i'm currently in the UK doing my masters and i haven't got access to any tools here in order to do such modding...Don't you guys hate it when u don't have access to any tools? madsmiley.png

I know the feeling, I was in Honduras for a year with only a few tools.
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Originally Posted by lazyfulness View Post

side vents....

Mounting any case fan makes obnoxious noise.. unless a filter is used.

Also, I can't mount a filter outside the vent because it's not flat..

Welcome! Try them as exhaust, they will pull in air from the front to your GPU's and pull out the hot air around them. Best of all they shouldn't make that noise.
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Btw i need some advice from u guys.

First of all i saw some of u that changed their side window to a clear acrylic window. is there someone that could do that for me too? If so pm me to talk about it.

Secondly I'm thinking on changing all stock fans to better ones, i was looking at Noctua fans but would like to here more opinions on that...is it worth it? what brand do u suggest?

And one more thing. atm my hdd is in the 5.25 drive bay and i wanted to add a fan there as well as an intake. I was looking at Cooler Master - Coolermaster - 4-in-3 Device Module.
With that i could hold my hdd and add the extra fan that i wanted to add but is it any good? is the airflow good? Would really appreciate someone who tested it/ has it to give me his opinion.
post #24923 of 28613
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Thanks wink.gif I actually thought of that but i'm currently in the UK doing my masters and i haven't got access to any tools here in order to do such modding...Don't you guys hate it when u don't have access to any tools? madsmiley.png

Trust me i know!

Currently studying mechanical engineering at LJMU biggrin.gif so i feel your pain.

Get friendly with the guys in the workshop at your uni...it can really pay off if you want to borrow some tools to do some work to your rig.
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post #24924 of 28613
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Quote:
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Btw i need some advice from u guys.

First of all i saw some of u that changed their side window to a clear acrylic window. is there someone that could do that for me too? If so pm me to talk about it.

Secondly I'm thinking on changing all stock fans to better ones, i was looking at Noctua fans but would like to here more opinions on that...is it worth it? what brand do u suggest?

And one more thing. atm my hdd is in the 5.25 drive bay and i wanted to add a fan there as well as an intake. I was looking at Cooler Master - Coolermaster - 4-in-3 Device Module.
With that i could hold my hdd and add the extra fan that i wanted to add but is it any good? is the airflow good? Would really appreciate someone who tested it/ has it to give me his opinion.

PM sent

And window how to
http://www.overclock.net/t/525009/official-the-coolermaster-storm-scout-club/240#post_6664852

And I have used the that HDD for a fan holder and I thought it looked cool. I didn't have very good luck with it, even putting in a better fan didn't help. I did a string test to see what was going on with the air flow, it was creating a vortex and was pulling air in from the inside of the case, I didn't have any HDD's in it, so it may work better with some in it. The easiest way to add a fan is to put a 140mm in there, the tool less will hold it in place. Or you can mount a one 120mm in there to the cover blanks you pop out line up for the fan holes.

700

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Edited by GoodInk - 3/28/12 at 6:53pm
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post #24925 of 28613
Quote:
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Thank you smile.gif im running an i7-2600k 3.40 GHz
Nop i didnt had to bend the cage i just removed the whole hdd rack in order for it to fit. Here are some close up picture.
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Wow... that is super close... I thought about putting my Asus GTX580 Matrix into my CM Scout but it was way to big and didn't have room for it.. which is why I just stuck to my 6950. Sold my GTX580 and looking into the GTX680 for a new TH10 build. But I am waiting for thr 4GB versions to be released.

Nice job on getting the 570 to fit.
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Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

I know the feeling, I was in Honduras for a year with only a few tools.
Welcome! Try them as exhaust, they will pull in air from the front to your GPU's and pull out the hot air around them. Best of all they shouldn't make that noise.

well right now I have 3x intake fans and 2x exhaust(+graphics card exhaust) and making the side vents into exhausts will change that into 1x intake and 4x exhaust + graphics card.

One sec.. I have to update my build
(fan info: using the 3 stock fans, sapphire radeon 6870, cooler master 212+, and scythe slip stream slip fans at 1600rpm. (OCD, I cannot stand side fan vent being unsymmetrical)
post #24927 of 28613
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Quote:
Originally Posted by lazyfulness View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

I know the feeling, I was in Honduras for a year with only a few tools.
Welcome! Try them as exhaust, they will pull in air from the front to your GPU's and pull out the hot air around them. Best of all they shouldn't make that noise.

well right now I have 3x intake fans and 2x exhaust(+graphics card exhaust) and making the side vents into exhausts will change that into 1x intake and 4x exhaust + graphics card.

One sec.. I have to update my build
(fan info: using the 3 stock fans, sapphire radeon 6870, cooler master 212+, and scythe slip stream slip fans at 1600rpm. (OCD, I cannot stand side fan vent being unsymmetrical)

You can
  • Run them at very low RPM's
  • Cut the window and put filters or a 120/240 grill to cover them
  • Make a new window
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Quote:
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You can
  • Run them at very low RPM's
  • Cut the window and put filters or a 120/240 grill to cover them
  • Make a new window

My fans are pre-set at that speed and I'd need to splice wires/get a fan controller
I don't have experience with wires, and all I own is a $2 chinese soldering iron.
A fan controller would be a waste for me since I wouldn't change the fan speeds at all after.

Would it work if I just sand off the "fins" of the side vent?
That seems like it would make the panel flat so I can mount my filters outside.
I don't have any adequate cutting tools, and I'm scared of cracking the plastic.

A question about the new window - how much would it cost and what tools would be required?
Edited by lazyfulness - 3/28/12 at 7:21pm
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@ Nortec,

What benefit does that back plate on your gpu have besides cosmetics?
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Quote:
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Quote:
Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

You can
  • Run them at very low RPM's
  • Cut the window and put filters or a 120/240 grill to cover them
  • Make a new window

My fans are pre-set at that speed and I'd need to splice wires/get a fan controller
I don't have experience with wires, and all I own is a $2 chinese soldering iron.
A fan controller would be a waste for me since I wouldn't change the fan speeds at all after.

Would it work if I just sand off the "fins" of the side vent?
That seems like it would make the panel flat so I can mount my filters outside.
I don't have any adequate cutting tools, and I'm scared of cracking the plastic.

A question about the new window - how much would it cost and what tools would be required?

If you mess it up you can get a new one cheap from CM
OEM Window Side Panel

You will need a jig saw and a drill.

LEXAN 2'4" x 2'6" Clear Acrylic Sheet
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This one looks good for the money

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Window how to
http://www.overclock.net/t/525009/official-the-coolermaster-storm-scout-club/240#post_6664852

If this doesn't sound like its up your alley give me a PM
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@ Nortec,

What benefit does that back plate on your gpu have besides cosmetics?

Maybe some strength, other than that nothing.
Edited by GoodInk - 3/28/12 at 8:11pm
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