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So um, am I the only one who has horrible amounts of static in the front headphone jack?
Check the contacts and worse case request a replacement, nzxt is very good about their support usually
    
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Is there a ground for the front panel somewhere? The connections on my soundcard are good. Although there are two connectors to the front panel. One is labeled HD audio the other is something like AC 97. I tried both of them and they both have horrible static.
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i might have stepped in it big time
i have the vulcan of course:
i ordered an Asus DCII GTX 580
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-429-_-Product
i have the MSI 890GXM-G65 motherboard
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-269-_-Product

if i have a video card like the ati 5870 it goes right under the lower hd cage

normally this is fine but now i ordered the Corsair H70 (off ebay for $60.00) used and it will ship tomorrow

i plan on putting it at the bottom front like many people.
i see lots of people have to move their video card to the bottom pci-e slot so the tubes will go between the video card and the hd cage

the video card i will be getting is a TRIPLE slot type so i can not put it at the bottom of my motherboards pci-e slot

here is my Question:
with the 580 in my top slot i know its going to reach the hd cage and maybe even go past it an inch or so.
if i modify the hd cage (or remove it) will the tubes then reach my motherboards cpu?

can someone help me out on this i really like to know before my parts get here if it will work
thanks
    
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Originally Posted by tdbone1 View Post
i might have stepped in it big time
i have the vulcan of course:
i ordered an Asus DCII GTX 580
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-429-_-Product
i have the MSI 890GXM-G65 motherboard
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-269-_-Product

if i have a video card like the ati 5870 it goes right under the lower hd cage

normally this is fine but now i ordered the Corsair H70 (off ebay for $60.00) used and it will ship tomorrow

i plan on putting it at the bottom front like many people.
i see lots of people have to move their video card to the bottom pci-e slot so the tubes will go between the video card and the hd cage

the video card i will be getting is a TRIPLE slot type so i can not put it at the bottom of my motherboards pci-e slot

here is my Question:
with the 580 in my top slot i know its going to reach the hd cage and maybe even go past it an inch or so.
if i modify the hd cage (or remove it) will the tubes then reach my motherboards cpu?

can someone help me out on this i really like to know before my parts get here if it will work
thanks
You can remove the HDD cage yes, however I'm unsure if the h70 tubes are long enough to reach the front mount. They might be, if you use a fan on the front for intake, and with the thicker rad, therefore moving the tubes to the left further therefore closer to the cpu.
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You can remove the HDD cage yes, however I'm unsure if the h70 tubes are long enough to reach the front mount. They might be, if you use a fan on the front for intake, and with the thicker rad, therefore moving the tubes to the left further therefore closer to the cpu.
the h70 will fit with the radiator in front.
    
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Sorry. Duplicate. Disregard.
Edited by Hugger - 6/10/11 at 10:00am
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I have the H70 setup, push-pull, but the tubes are extremely tight..

Does anyone know if I will mess up the flow of air if I put 3 fans?

Like.. (Push)<(Rad)<(Pull)<(Pull)??

Or should I just do (Push)<(Rad)<(Pull)(Shroud)?

*< is airflow.*

Also, what screws or spacers should I use to make this happen?
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Hey bro, can you please tell me where did you get the Asetek liquid cooling solution and what brand are the fans you are using with it?

Please let me know

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