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post #3421 of 106453
thats cool. how much space do i need for fans to be able to suck air in? theres also that.
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thats cool. how much space do i need for fans to be able to suck air in? theres also that.
Um you definitely want to blow the air through your radiator and OUT of the case. Not pull air in from the outside. If you do that you start blowing hot air into your case which is not what you want either. Unless I'm completely misunderstanding what you're asking...
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post #3423 of 106453
you can blow air into the case through the rad...the air coming off a radiator isn't really all that hot imo. If you're watercooling everything then it really isn't that big of a deal. The 800D has pretty slim options when it comes to airflow since theres no front or side intakes (only a 140mm on the bottom)

What you -could- do is cut out a 240mm rectangle on the bottom of your sidepanel and then put some mesh over it (look up the TJ07 if you don't know what I mean). you could just kinda let the radiator lay on its side with the fans pulling air through the mesh (yay for dual purpose venting/filtering?).
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heres mine
I cannot see your pic...
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Why is everyone so wrapped up in concealing the radiators within the case?

You could drill 2 holes through the back side and mount it on the outside. I don't know if that will work with mobo above psu, but there are options.

You don't want to suck that hot air inside.

Something like this...... my first w/c build
Edited by ny_driver - 8/3/10 at 6:50pm
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post #3426 of 106453
it really doesn't matter if you have the air blowing into the case as long as you have decent exhaust...
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I know.....just making a suggestion. The less hot air to exhaust the better.
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Some people like the aesthetic look of having everything concealed inside the unit. I'd be one of those people
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post #3429 of 106453
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Some people like the aesthetic look of having everything concealed inside the unit. I'd be one of those people
same here.
post #3430 of 106453
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I know.....just making a suggestion. The less hot air to exhaust the better.
My radiator blows cold air. Probably the same as the ambient temp, or not much hotter.
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