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Hi,

yep, had to. But that was no problem. I don't use a DVD drive anymore for a long time. So it fits perfectly. Couldn't put it in the top back because it interfered with my Noctua back fan. My top covers are made of 3 parts so I just had to remove the 2 front ones. The one in the back is still on . The Fractal Design R5 is a pretty decent case. You can pretty much throw any cooling solution at it.

Glad to you made it conveniently. smile.gif
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How do you have fans connected?

I'm using 2x 4-pin y-splitters (for front and back) to connect it to my 2x 4-pin CPU block cable (to pump and...).
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So I am at a cross roads with my re-build of my gaming rig. I have a new Fractal Design S case and a Corsair H110i GT cooler mounted to the top of the case to cool my CPU and I recently bought a H60 / HG10 A1 to cool my GPU (r9 290) but I unfortunately found out the tubing of the H60 is not long enough to mount it to the front of the case as I intended and still mount to the GPU.

I don't know whether going with a H75/80/90 will provide a longer tubing, but I am debating just scraping the idea of watercooling my 290 card. Ugh.
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So I am at a cross roads with my re-build of my gaming rig. I have a new Fractal Design S case and a Corsair H110i GT cooler mounted to the top of the case to cool my CPU and I recently bought a H60 / HG10 A1 to cool my GPU (r9 290) but I unfortunately found out the tubing of the H60 is not long enough to mount it to the front of the case as I intended and still mount to the GPU.

I don't know whether going with a H75/80/90 will provide a longer tubing, but I am debating just scraping the idea of watercooling my 290 card. Ugh.

The H80i GT does have 11,5 inches of tubing so they will be long enough to reach. I myself got a H100i GTX, same versie only 240 rad instead of 120 rad.
I mounted it at the front of my case and it reaches perfectly to my cpu, even have a bit too much tubing.
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Has anyone ever had their LED's turn slightly yellow? I just noticed that even if i manually try and set it to white its slightly yellow. but all 3 colors work fine by themselves.
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Has anyone ever had their LED's turn slightly yellow? I just noticed that even if i manually try and set it to white its slightly yellow. but all 3 colors work fine by themselves.

I know that my H80i LED is pretty much gone. White is now Rose Pink and Red, Green and Blue are totally different.
I did originally have some issues after a while with white being mostly a pinky colour. Shutting the LED on and off worked best.
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I know that my H80i LED is pretty much gone. White is now Rose Pink and Red, Green and Blue are totally different.
I did originally have some issues after a while with white being mostly a pinky colour. Shutting the LED on and off worked best.

Im kinda disappointed i only had it a little over a year
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Some of my results with the H5 SF:

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Full review upcoming (not here) but fair to say that there's really no point slowing the pump down here- keeping it at a fixed 12V makes most sense since the blower fan is always going to be louder than it and you would like to have the flow rate as high as possible.
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Hey guys

I am thinking of replacing my H100i GTX's stock fans with aftermarket LED fans.

I know what there have been reports that the earlier H00i (non-GTX) would fail if for an example Cooler Master LED PWM Jetflo's were connected to the fan controller integrated into the pump.

Do any of you know if this has at all changed with the GTX? Furthermore, does anyone know what the official max load support is for the pump's fan controller? I have read that the non-GTX supports 2 amps per fan header (4 amps in total). Has this at all changed with the GTX, especially since it only supports 2 fans max (no Y-splitter and all)? I also know the OEM for the GTX has changed so there is the possibility that LED Jetflo's may actually work without frying the unit.

I know a lot of people will advise to use run fans directly of motherboard headers, dedicated fan controllers or directly from the PSU but this is not what I am asking so please try and stick to the questions I posed
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I know what there have been reports that the earlier H00i (non-GTX) would fail if for an example Cooler Master LED PWM Jetflo's were connected to the fan controller integrated into the pump

this was due to the fact those fans draw more power than what the unit is designed for:thumb:

as for your fan replacing concern...as long as the fan itself isnt rated higher than 0,35amps @ 12v then it should be ok
but your correct about what most suggest..id say look at
http://www.amazon.com/Phobya-4-Pin-Splitter-Power-Eight/dp/B00OD7MO6E

it much more eligent this way..no pun intended to the link software but theres still alot of issues being reported often with it
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