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Well this is your flow case, by the looks of it the only front intake you have is at your HDD drives and unless you can mod that and you H70 so the tube are long enough to reach you won't make it. If the front 5.25 bay is open and no extra dvd drive and stuff like that, I'm sure you could fit it in. You wouldn't be the first to do it, I'm sure people with the same case could tell you how they did it. If all else fail you can always exhaust at the back.

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Well this is your flow case, by the looks of it the only front intake you have is at your HDD drives and unless you can mod that and you H70 so the tube are long enough to reach you won't make it. If the front 5.25 bay is open and no extra dvd drive and stuff like that, I'm sure you could fit it in. You wouldn't be the first to do it, I'm sure people with the same case could tell you how they did it. If all else fail you can always exhaust at the back.
Well technically I have 2 intakes (side panel and front). So right now, I'm going with the H70 as an intake, so intakes from all 3 sides (front, back and side). And Exhaust is from the 2 200's at the top. I am not sure why you are recommending me for another front intake.

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I tried intake and exhaust and I personally prefer exhaust. Less heat inside the case. And also the graphic card and PSU blow hot air out of the case on the back which rises and gets taken in by the H70.
I so no real temp difference, but the inside case temps were a few degrees lower, which helps my graphic card cooling.
ah ok thanks man.
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[QUOTE=Razorwing;10538889]Well technically I have 2 intakes (side panel and front). So right now, I'm going with the H70 as an intake, so intakes from all 3 sides (front, back and side). And Exhaust is from the 2 200's at the top. I am not sure why you are recommending me for another front intake.

Your side intake is for your GPU so you can't do anything with it, the other intake is at the front were your HDDs are, that won't work either."If" you want to have the rad setup as an intake, then I suggest installing it in your 5.25 bay in the front, as I said before, many before you have done it this way. This way it compliments the air flowin your case were your intake is at the front and side and the exhaust at the back and top. There is not other intake option unless you insist on reversing your back fan to intake instead of exhaust which will suck in the hot air being exhausted from your GPU and PSU.

If you want to set up you rad as an exhaust then use the fan placement et the back, that will give you the better results.
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I found these hogs at work today. I'm gonna try and find the specs online and see if it's worth rigging them up to my H70.

PAPST TYP 4600 X
115v 60Hz 235mA 20W 120x38mm solid metal construction

Haha, nice. Only 54 CFM max on those guys but I bet they have some pretty decent static pressure!
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Haha, nice. Only 54 CFM max on those guys but I bet they have some pretty decent static pressure!
If you don't mind me asking, where did you find that info? I found a data sheet, linked below, that's shows a much higher CFM rating of 106. It also shows a static pressure rating of about .38-.39 inH2O, which is damn good.

http://download.siliconexpert.com/pd...600xseries.pdf
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hmmm cannot find the dang page...just googled the model and read from a similar data sheet...had 36-54 for the CFM.
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[quote=Probi;10539555]
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Well technically I have 2 intakes (side panel and front). So right now, I'm going with the H70 as an intake, so intakes from all 3 sides (front, back and side). And Exhaust is from the 2 200's at the top. I am not sure why you are recommending me for another front intake.

Your side intake is for your GPU so you can't do anything with it, the other intake is at the front were your HDDs are, that won't work either."If" you want to have the rad setup as an intake, then I suggest installing it in your 5.25 bay in the front, as I said before, many before you have done it this way. This way it compliments the air flowin your case were your intake is at the front and side and the exhaust at the back and top. There is not other intake option unless you insist on reversing your back fan to intake instead of exhaust which will suck in the hot air being exhausted from your GPU and PSU.

If you want to set up you rad as an exhaust then use the fan placement et the back, that will give you the better results.
Well I do have a extra 140 fan.. I wonder if I can just place it hmmm but there's no screw holes.
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[quote=Razorwing;10540955]
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Well I do have a extra 140 fan.. I wonder if I can just place it hmmm but there's no screw holes.
Most people I know that have tried an 140mm fan on the rad did not like it, too much dead spot and more flow noises.

If you are saying you have a 140mm fan space to mount a 120mm but you have mounting holes, then you would have to be a little creative and mod the case somehow.
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[quote=Probi;10541077]
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Most people I know that have tried an 140mm fan on the rad did not like it, too much dead spot and more flow noises.

If you are saying you have a 140mm fan space to mount a 120mm but you have mounting holes, then you would have to be a little creative and mod the case somehow.
yeah.. I'm not going to .. not really worth it imo, although everything is running great now since I turned the rad.
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I've got a 1090T incoming, we'll see what it can do at 4Ghz with the P/P H50

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