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post #2911 of 8657
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Originally Posted by MURDoctrine;13012874 
Hey whats a good replacement for the 140mm fans in the 800D? I've been looking at the Xigmatecs like grazz1984 linked since I used to have them in my Antec 1200 in the 120mm version. I want some that are quiet but still move a descent amount of air. It doesn't feel like the corsair ones move much at all. Might just be the fact they are larger and lower rpm than the 120's I'm used to.

I replaced mine with Yate Loon 140s.
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is any one else having issues with there power switch for the 800d. my power switch keeps sticking and flickering. which occasionally causes my pc to boot cycle
    
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post #2913 of 8657
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Originally Posted by mlcollins33;13013338 
is any one else having issues with there power switch for the 800d. my power switch keeps sticking and flickering. which occasionally causes my pc to boot cycle

Happened to me a few times, check the mobo connections and the 24pin after i did that it turns out it was loose.
    
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post #2914 of 8657
Hello again. Is anyone able to see how this guy has placed the Swiftech MCRes where he has: MCRes in the 800D?

Would I be able to do it with something like this: EK-UNI Holders? Or can I do it with the stuff that comes with the Swiftech MCRes?

Also, would the D5/MCP655 fit in the PSU-zone of the case with for example the EK-D5 X-Top Version 2 and Bitspower D5 / MCP655 Mod Kit? Would I need something underneath the pump, like the Shoggy Sandwich?
Edited by Espen - 4/5/11 at 4:12pm
post #2915 of 8657
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Originally Posted by grazz1984;12996932 
Yea i like the look of them, think i will get a few for my case, ive just looked at your build log and you have done a damn good job there thumb.gif

Thanks man:D
post #2916 of 8657
Hi...

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post #2917 of 8657
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Originally Posted by Espen;13015000 
Hello again. Is anyone able to see how this guy has placed the Swiftech MCRes where he has: MCRes in the 800D?

Would I be able to do it with something like this: EK-UNI Holders? Or can I do it with the stuff that comes with the Swiftech MCRes?

Also, would the D5/MCP655 fit in the PSU-zone of the case with for example the EK-D5 X-Top Version 2 and Bitspower D5 / MCP655 Mod Kit? Would I need something underneath the pump, like the Shoggy Sandwich?

I believe most that put it there use the stock hardware and drill to holes in the drive cage there. As for the pump on the bottom, you can use the stock top on its side, or an X-Top/BP top etc, and use the 2 front ports. You can use some sort of decoupling material underneath, the D5's are very quiet to begin with, but either a hardmount of loose on top of some foam/gel etc will silence it completely.
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post #2918 of 8657
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Originally Posted by SaltwaterCooled;13016831 
I believe most that put it there use the stock hardware and drill to holes in the drive cage there. As for the pump on the bottom, you can use the stock top on its side, or an X-Top/BP top etc, and use the 2 front ports. You can use some sort of decoupling material underneath, the D5's are very quiet to begin with, but either a hardmount of loose on top of some foam/gel etc will silence it completely.

Thanks for the reply man.

So I take it that there is no way to mount the res there without using the drill? Is there no equipment you can use to put it there? frown.gif

If someone could be so kind to measure the PSU zone height I would be really thankful (From floor to the 140mm as I guess that would be the clearance for the pump). rolleyes.gif
post #2919 of 8657
down the home stretch smile.gif

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post #2920 of 8657
I would like to be added to the Corsair Obsidian 800D club.. just a week ago I went from HAF 922 to 800D AND added a full custom loop. very pleased with the results

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