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The difference between intake and exhaust is not really that much. I mean if you are going for the very best temps, yeah intake will be the best. But in all reality it is not that prevalent.

Just remember. If you make it exhaust it is taking the heat the GPUs make and running that through the CPU rad. wink.gif
     
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The difference between intake and exhaust is not really that much. I mean if you are going for the very best temps, yeah intake will be the best. But in all reality it is not that prevalent.
Just remember. If you make it exhaust it is taking the heat the GPUs make and running that through the CPU rad. wink.gif

But what if my GPU has a rear exhaust cooler? My GTX 570 doesn't exhaust any hot air into the case. I'm just worried that the hot air from the H80 will affect my 570s temps if I make it intake.
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But what if my GPU has a rear exhaust cooler? My GTX 570 doesn't exhaust any hot air into the case. I'm just worried that the hot air from the H80 will affect my 570s temps if I make it intake.

it will while your gaming for a long period of time.
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So I realized today that it is entirely possible to mount a Corsair H70 in my vulcan case... by simply removing the mesh at the top of the case I was able to install my cooler untill it is upgrade time next month... woohoo!

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Pulled the mesh and covered gap with some blue painters tape for now
sorry for the quality.... a bit tired
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Yes, that is my hp p4 in the background.... lol
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i wanted to keep the handle so bad i ended up cutting the top off so can extend it 1.5" higher. need a lot of reinforcements.

in the process my dremel 4000 died on me...contacted them and no replay yet..i guess i'll end up calling or something.
5 year warranty should be good still.
it just overheated and stopped working after ~15mins on 10-15k speed.

i just finished bonding together my reservoir.
it wont leak..i made dozens of aquarium out of acrylic and weld-on.

not my best work but without my dremel and other tools its the best i can do.

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and no im not using that POS power supply...its for reference. i only use it to power up my pump.
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how to replace/remove LED's in NZXT fan? it seems like it has some lock but i can't figure it out.
thanks!
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I do believe they are hot glued in... i could be wrong though.
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Hi to all biggrin.gif

I just recently bought an NZXT Vulcan and would love to show it to everyone. But before I do, (since there are a lot of pics to post) I'd like to know if its better to just post all of 'em here or make a separate thread in the "AMD Build Log" section (im using an A8-3850) and just link y'all there biggrin.gif

btw, I wanna see if I can really post a pic lol...

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