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Originally Posted by lupin_;14117570 
Got my H60 semi installed. Yes its upside down in the photos. Need to work out a better way to mount it. Have possibly come up with an idea that I'll try tonight.

If it's working then don't worry about it. That's the way Redbeard at Corsair mounted the H70 in his recent build.
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Originally Posted by Mergatroid;14120060 
If it's working then don't worry about it. That's the way Redbeard at Corsair mounted the H70 in his recent build.

Well I think I'll most likely move it to the top.
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I have a question for people with the CM690II case. Is there anyone that does a push/pull configuration with a shroud? If so, can you tell me which one you have and where you mount it? Preferably with it all inside the case.
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Originally Posted by vdn20;14132376 
I have a question for people with the CM690II case. Is there anyone that does a push/pull configuration with a shroud? If so, can you tell me which one you have and where you mount it? Preferably with it all inside the case.

Similar to my case, so here goes... Ive popped mine in the drive bay.

Push/pull/shrouds x 2 - intake.
Edited by Sethy666 - 7/6/11 at 10:06pm
post #18705 of 28298
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Originally Posted by Sethy666;14132412 
Similar to my case, so here goes... Ive popped mine in the drive bay.

Push/pull/shrouds x 2 - intake.

I was thinking that, but I'm short a 5.25" drive bay. Thanks though.
post #18706 of 28298
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Originally Posted by vdn20;14132546 
I was thinking that, but I'm short a 5.25" drive bay. Thanks though.

Oh well. How about your rear exhaust port? Is there enough room? I toyed with that idea and ending up having the rad, shroud and push fan outside the case. The other shroud and pull fan inside the case... worked well.
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Originally Posted by Sethy666;14132678 
Oh well. How about your rear exhaust port? Is there enough room? I toyed with that idea and ending up having the rad, shroud and push fan outside the case. The other shroud and pull fan inside the case... worked well.

I've tried setting it up as an rear exhaust, one fan on the outside and the rad, shroud, and fan on the inside. On the outside, when I try to close the case, just a tiny bit of the fan got in the way, so I had to unscrew three of the screws to be able to put it on, which would be troublesome because I'm going to upgrade some of the parts in my PC, starting with the PSU and eventually leading up to the motherboard and CPU and using the parts from the old one as a server or something. On the inside, it was a really tight fit with the H50 pump. It was so close, that I had to loosen up some of the screws on the plate just to be able to put it in, and then I tighten the screws again. I didn't know if that was okay or not, but I didn't feel too comfortable with it unless other people say otherwise. I previously saw in a post with a H70 with two shrouds and it was over the H70, don't know if the fans were on it pushing the pump down or if there was a little gap. If it's the latter, I might would considering getting that in the end for when I have everything I need. The post I'm referring to is this one
http://www.overclock.net/13937879-post18534.html
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Thats a monster fit.

The room issue is one of the reasons I put the bulk of rad, shroud and fan outside the case - it is a tight fit. I even had to mod the port to get the tubes to fit.

I even placed it in one of my top exhaust ports but ran into the same problems due to my tall ram sinks frown.gif
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It was so close, that I had to loosen up some of the screws on the plate just to be able to put it in, and then I tighten the screws again. I didn't know if that was okay or not, but I didn't feel too comfortable with it unless other people say otherwise

If you temps didnt go wild, Id suggest it would be okay - as long as the screws are a tight.
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Originally Posted by Sethy666;14132837 
Thats a monster fit.

The room issue is one of the reasons I put the bulk of rad, shroud and fan outside the case - it is a tight fit. I even had to mod the port to get the tubes to fit.

I even placed it in one of my top exhaust ports but ran into the same problems due to my tall ram sinks frown.gif



If you temps didnt go wild, Id suggest it would be okay - as long as the screws are a tight.

For now, I just have it as a single fan exhaust at the top of my case. I might just do a push/pull without the shroud so I can have it all in the case when I get paid and buy a new PSU. Right now I'm just trying to see what I can do for now and think about what I will do for when I built a new system but use the same case. Thanks for the information though
post #18710 of 28298
Moved mine to the top of my case and added a 2nd fan, so push pull. Seen a close to 10deg temp drop in the bios.

Will load it up tonight and see how it goes. Pics to come.
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