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here is off-topic and dont mean to hijack OP's thread.

Anyway..Mm..I did not know that UK selling ATOMIC WC closed loop kits:


the Atomic is a prebuilt cooling system that uses Asetek LCLC hardware.

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lol that looks awesome
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That's pretty cool, alas it seems you have to buy the whole graphics card - and even then I cant find a vendor.

It would be interesting to see if any of the H50 tube modders out there consider adding a waterblock to their loop. Cooling the CPU and GPU with a single rad would be a bit much perhaps. But maybe a Northbridge block.
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Add me to the list! Just ran to Best Buy earlier and picked one up. Was glad to see the AM3 bracket included. 11c drop in temp from the Xigmatek S1283! Such a damn tight fit in this cheapo case. I could not mount it where the tubes were at the top, because that part of the radiator is slightly taller than the opposite side, and pushed against the bottom of my PSU too much -- thus the fan's holes wouldn't align with the radiator. Very pleased with it so far.


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I bought my H50 about a month ago, but haven't gotten around to installing it until now. Part of that is because I decided to replace my case as well, and to remod the power switch properly all at the same time. So, here's what I've been doing over the last day or so...

Big dent in the top of the case. Very easy to see IRL, got tired of looking at it:




You can see the holes I quickly cut for the Megahalems and a side fan.




Cramped and messy:




New equipment!




Gotta grab a drink before any moding




First issue encountered, this case doesn't have a rear 120mm spot, but I want to use a 120mm fan... This is my mount to hold it secure.



Outside of the case:


Back inside with the fan mounted (part of the fan mounting was melted away with a soldering iron so the nut would fit)




With that done, next up was the new power switch location.




Much nicer than on the front panel




Next up, the rad spot. It wouldn't fit on the rear panel, so it had to go here. A quick cut-away (difficult in this area of the case) of the HDD cage is all it needed to fit:




With my front 120mm Silverstone that's served me well for 3 years now, one of the highest CFM 25mm fans. <3




It's a tight fit!




View from the front (sans bezel)




Order of install is important, as some things can't be installed out of order due to the size of the case. Cooler, PSU, Motherboard, Hard drives, Video card is the only way I could get it in.




Oh, break time. My temp setup.




Back to work. PSU now in. The screwdriver was needed there so I could get the motherboard in.




In and mounted!




Different view, so pretty:




With the board in. Notice the cross support that was removed so the rad and fan could be inserted.




All ready to close up. Sooo messy But great airflow. There's noting but the tubes inbetween the rad and rear 120. The PCI-e power hangs out against the side panel out of the way:




All panels on and ready to go. The top 5.25" panel cover with the hole in it was where the power switch used to be. Now my 3.5" fan controller is behind it, with one finger you can adjust the 3/4 channels (the only two fans in there). Also using the hole, it's possible to open the panel and adjust the other channels.




Front view. I also dremeled out the plastic crap that was blocking airflow on either side of the original power switch. I also removed the switches and LEDs from the front, as well as the front USB and audio (covered with electrical tape). Reason for that was that I never used the switches on my other case (same model), and the cables were taking up room inside of the case.

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post #805 of 28303
awesome mod and pics

+1 (edit: lol nevermind - mods have karma disabled )

thats quite the sleeper as well. nobody is gonna suspect that little powerspec case to have that high end hard ware inside
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My last rig was fairly mediocre in a huge case, so I wanted to do the opposite with my i7
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Haha, Awesome
    
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Is it at all possible with some customization to mound the H50 rad in an Antec 1200 in one of the drive bays near the middle of the case? Perhaps with the fan holder that is supplied with the case or with zip-ties or something like that?
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Well I bought the H50 kinda as a xmas gift to myself. And whadya know the H50 gave me a great great gift at about 4 this morning, Guess what it is. She got me past 3 Ghz on this new chip of mine. I'm pretty nub to real real bios overclocking . If anyone has any suggestions to get some more out of her please, feel free to suggest.


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Is it at all possible with some customization to mound the H50 rad in an Antec 1200 in one of the drive bays near the middle of the case? Perhaps with the fan holder that is supplied with the case or with zip-ties or something like that?
I am curious about this as well. I want to get one and put it in 4 empty drive bays I have in the front. Seems like it would get lower temps than putting it in the back

    
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