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Looks gr8 man ^^


Anyone, ever deremeld out a way to fit a 120mm fan in the back btw?
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Looks gr8 man ^^


Anyone, ever deremeld out a way to fit a 120mm fan in the back btw?

Just get an adapter for it
    
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eh, what's the point of doing that?
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You really dont have the space for 120mm, if you did you have space for larger CPU coolers.

The easy and likely cleanest way to get around this is a 80/92 to 120mm adapter.
    
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This enough Vulcan for you guys?
3 perfectly capable gaming computers.
going from left to right.

I modded the side panel for some plexi glass and custom soldered some pvc leds in it.
specs: i5 2500k being cooled by an arctic cooling freezer 13 limited edition, 8gb corsair ram, 64gb crucial ssd, 2tb seagate hard drive, gtx 780, 500W kingwin power supply, gigabyte ud3h motherboard

2nd rig in the middle i just built for my cousin with my old motherboard.
asus maximus IV gene-z, intel i5 3570k cooled by a cooler master hyper 212 evo, 8gb gskill 1866 mhz ram, 240gb crucial m500 ssd, msi gtx 660 twin frozr graphics card, and a 500W lepa power supply.

3rd rig is one that i own but i originally built it for my girlfriend.
amd 4130 processor cooled by a thermaltake r1 cooler, very cheap cpu cooler, 4gb crucial 1333mhz ram, 500gb blue western digital hard drive, zotac gtx 650ti, and a coolmax 500W power supply i had laying around.
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I miss the Vulcan case, I loved modding it as it was my first real modification I committed too

In any case your family is looking good! thumb.gif
    
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Hi! I just built a system in this case last month, (LOVING IT) and I want to convert to watercooling. The thing is, I want to use the front intake with an 80mm thick 120mm radiator, has anyone fit a 80mm rad in the front with 2 fans?
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Hi! I just built a system in this case last month, (LOVING IT) and I want to convert to watercooling. The thing is, I want to use the front intake with an 80mm thick 120mm radiator, has anyone fit a 80mm rad in the front with 2 fans?
This is what I want to use:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16235/ex-rad-409/Alphacool_NexXxoS_Monsta_Single_120mm_Radiator_-_80mm_Thick.html?tl=g30c95s159

I have never done any custom water cooling, but all i can say is you will obviously have to take out the hard drive cage. I would also be concerned about the graphics card being too long and causing conflict there, especially if you are running 2 cards in sli. Are you doing a push pull, a single push, or a single pull? With a rad that thick i would say push/pull is a must which obviously takes up more space. Sorry i cannot give you just a yes it will work or no it won't work, i am just trying to come up with potential points of interest to think about.
The simplest thing to do in my mind would be to measure it out with a tape measure, and go on the greater side for less margin of error. Let me know what you find.
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I have never done any custom water cooling, but all i can say is you will obviously have to take out the hard drive cage. I would also be concerned about the graphics card being too long and causing conflict there, especially if you are running 2 cards in sli. Are you doing a push pull, a single push, or a single pull? With a rad that thick i would say push/pull is a must which obviously takes up more space. Sorry i cannot give you just a yes it will work or no it won't work, i am just trying to come up with potential points of interest to think about.
The simplest thing to do in my mind would be to measure it out with a tape measure, and go on the greater side for less margin of error. Let me know what you find.
Well, it is the size of a 120mm fan, so I don't see why I would need to take out the hdd cage, but I measured it out and it looks like it will BARELY fit, (as in about 1 or 2 mm to spare) and I am not using sli or crossfire, my rig is a gaming rig but I am satisfied with a mid-range card, so I will be using an EVGA 750 ti ftw edition in my system. I will most likely end up doing push pull, if it fits of course.
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Well, it is the size of a 120mm fan, so I don't see why I would need to take out the hdd cage, but I measured it out and it looks like it will BARELY fit, (as in about 1 or 2 mm to spare) and I am not using sli or crossfire, my rig is a gaming rig but I am satisfied with a mid-range card, so I will be using an EVGA 750 ti ftw edition in my system. I will most likely end up doing push pull, if it fits of course.

I am referring to the bottom cage. the 120mm that is pre installed barely fits between the front of the case and the bottom cage.
Another thing i have thought about is the extra space on the side of the rad will have to be orientated towards the top of the case, i doubt the portion that is sticking out past the 120mm will fit to the bottom or either side. And with the 750ti in there i would say you're safe for the clearance from the front of the case towards the back. I just have concerns about the portion where the tubes connect to the radiator fitting properly. If it doesn't fit you can always get the dremel out. smile.gif
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