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They are in the 5,25" bays, I bought something that can house 3 of them.

I used double sided tape, you could also use velcro
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I'm tempted but I'm not gonna do it. I've already spent enough on this build. From now on I'll be saving for my house.

Neat, thanks! +1
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Hahahahaha lmao! lachen.gif

Cheers bro. Was surprised how long it took me, I set aside 3 hours to get it done, took me bout an hour and a half (bout 6 Stubbies or maybe it was 7 headscratch.gif ) lol. I'm going to buy a couple of pieces of acrylic in a weeks time when I get home and do another one or 2, however with the new 2.0 version I'm going to mount 3x SP120s in it.biggrin.gif

That's impressive craftsmanship sir. Its very clean. Personally (just preference) I would leave the acrylic as one piece and not obstruct the view with the fans, but that's entirely a preference thing.

What I am curious about: Is there a reason you are using the SP120s (more for rads) over the AF120s (ment for more airflow for case fan applications). Did you just have the SPs laying around and are using them?
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That's impressive craftsmanship sir. Its very clean. Personally (just preference) I would leave the acrylic as one piece and not obstruct the view with the fans, but that's entirely a preference thing.

What I am curious about: Is there a reason you are using the SP120s (more for rads) over the AF120s (ment for more airflow for case fan applications). Did you just have the SPs laying around and are using them?

AF120s have a manufacturer's recommendation of 3 cm of clearance around the fan. There are actually very few places inside any case that meet this requirement. When you consider the common placement of HDD drive bays, dust filters, and metal mesh case panels the rear exhaust is about the only place in most cases where you have the unrestricted airflow that is needed for an AF120 to be viable.

In any case where there is any restriction or resistance to airflow, the SP120 is always the better choice.
     
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Good work buttsy,
May i ask though? Why?
Aren't you underwater?

Good work with the jigsaw man very neat.
Also where some shoes next time wink.gif

 

Cheers man :D I'm under water yeah, but I got thinking.... Cool airflow is really what cools the liquid that cools my hardware....

 

None of my rad setups are in push/pull, I only have 1x 200mm Spectre Pro @~750rpm pulling air in to my case thru the front and pushing thru a hot 200mm rad, and 1x SP120 @~1400rpm pulling air in from the back and pushing thru a hot 120mm rad. Then I have 3x SP120s @~1400rpm pulling air from inside the case, pushing up thru 360mm of hot rad exhausting out the top. Any airflow I have into the case is going thru rads and is going to be hot which means the air being pulled from around and inside my case and exhausted thru my 360mm rad on top is going to be hotter air than whats coming in. Essentially I'm choking the 360mm rad with 320mm of other rads hot air. (plus this creates a negative air pressure inside, less air in, more air trying to be pushed out)

 

So I wanted just a little more airflow across my hardware and to try and push some fresh air inside the case devoid of rads. Hopefully get some cooler air circulating around my CPU/RAM, then being picked up and pushed out my 360mm rad on top. :thumb: Once I add a 3rd fan to my next side panel I will swap my 120mm rad fan to exhaust.

 

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What was your total budget for the acrylic panel/ fans? I'm looking for a mod to replace the mesh 600T side panel with something else that will hold static pressure/ has a place to mount 1 or 2 120mm fans.

Or even a third party or store bought solution would work too. I'm tired of feeling like I'm not getting the proper air movement in my case since I'm not using water cooling.

How do you think a white side panel would look on a black graphite case?

 

Hey man, my total budget for the panel and fans was $105.00 AUD ($67 for the Acrylic and $19ea for the SP120s)

 

If you have the tools and time its as cheap as to do. I reckon if there were other white accents on the case a white side would look pretty damn good. :thumb:

 

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That's impressive craftsmanship sir. Its very clean. Personally (just preference) I would leave the acrylic as one piece and not obstruct the view with the fans, but that's entirely a preference thing.

What I am curious about: Is there a reason you are using the SP120s (more for rads) over the AF120s (ment for more airflow for case fan applications). Did you just have the SPs laying around and are using them?

 

Cheers, thanks for that man:thumb:. I have had my acrylic panel for a while now and just thought I would experiment after I seen Darkcyde had a similar thing with the fans done to his. I have another spare side panel and I'm planning on making another couple in the coming weeks so I'm going to leave one of those fan free so I can choose which one I want on each day (my mood and taste change day to day lol)

 

Your exactly right too I'm using the SPs because I have a few of them laying around and I never bought any AF series fans. I bought 8 SPs to do push/pull on all my rads plus I had 2 left from a previous build. I'm planning on building a new top around my 360mm rad so I can fit fans for push/pull.

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AF120s have a manufacturer's recommendation of 3 cm of clearance around the fan. There are actually very few places inside any case that meet this requirement. When you consider the common placement of HDD drive bays, dust filters, and metal mesh case panels the rear exhaust is about the only place in most cases where you have the unrestricted airflow that is needed for an AF120 to be viable.

In any case where there is any restriction or resistance to airflow, the SP120 is always the better choice.

I was aware of the clearance requirements and 100% agree with what you said. I was just curious as it looked like he had plenty of clearence, but maybe the tint on the acrylic is hiding things I can't see. As an intake though I wouldn't see any issue with the AF120s. They have around the same CFM anyways (AF120 Perf VS SP120 Perf) its just that you don't need to run the AFs as fast.

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Cheers, thanks for that man:thumb: . I have had my acrylic panel for a while now and just thought I would experiment after I seen Darkcyde had a similar thing with the fans done to his. I have another spare side panel and I'm planning on making another couple in the coming weeks so I'm going to leave one of those fan free so I can choose which one I want on each day (my mood and taste change day to day lol)

Your exactly right too I'm using the SPs because I have a few of them laying around and I never bought any AF series fans. I bought 8 SPs to do push/pull on all my rads plus I had 2 left from a previous build. I'm planning on building a new top around my 360mm rad so I can fit fans for push/pull.

Gotcha! No sense in shelling out for new fans if you have perfectly good working ones.
post #15486 of 18197
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Cheers man biggrin.gif I'm under water yeah, but I got thinking.... Cool airflow is really what cools the liquid that cools my hardware....
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None of my rad setups are in push/pull, I only have 1x 200mm Spectre Pro @~750rpm pulling air in to my case thru the front and pushing thru a hot 200mm rad, and 1x SP120 @~1400rpm pulling air in from the back and pushing thru a hot 120mm rad. Then I have 3x SP120s @~1400rpm pulling air from inside the case, pushing up thru 360mm of hot rad exhausting out the top. Any airflow I have into the case is going thru rads and is going to be hot which means the air being pulled from around and inside my case and exhausted thru my 360mm rad on top is going to be hotter air than whats coming in. Essentially I'm choking the 360mm rad with 320mm of other rads hot air. (plus this creates a negative air pressure inside, less air in, more air trying to be pushed out)

So I wanted just a little more airflow across my hardware and to try and push some fresh air inside the case devoid of rads. Hopefully get some cooler air circulating around my CPU/RAM, then being picked up and pushed out my 360mm rad on top. thumb.gif Once I add a 3rd fan to my next side panel I will swap my 120mm rad fan to exhaust.


Hey man, my total budget for the panel and fans was $105.00 AUD ($67 for the Acrylic and $19ea for the SP120s)

If you have the tools and time its as cheap as to do. I reckon if there were other white accents on the case a white side would look pretty damn good. thumb.gif


Cheers, thanks for that man:thumb: . I have had my acrylic panel for a while now and just thought I would experiment after I seen Darkcyde had a similar thing with the fans done to his. I have another spare side panel and I'm planning on making another couple in the coming weeks so I'm going to leave one of those fan free so I can choose which one I want on each day (my mood and taste change day to day lol)

Your exactly right too I'm using the SPs because I have a few of them laying around and I never bought any AF series fans. I bought 8 SPs to do push/pull on all my rads plus I had 2 left from a previous build. I'm planning on building a new top around my 360mm rad so I can fit fans for push/pull.

Oh makes sense..
come to think of it, mines like that all my fans are intake lol.
Im copying your idea with the 120mm rad if you dont mind.
Well you'r enot stopping me so im just telling you that i am wink.gif
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Don't give in to the temptations Sparkles! It will consume you and your purse!
It's a curse that's why! As soon as I finished my rig. I wanted another rad. :/ never happy lol.

Dn't be giving AZ anymore idea's,we dn't want him dipping into his purse again....biggrin.gif
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Gotcha! No sense in shelling out for new fans if you have perfectly good working ones.

 

My thoughts exactly lol.

 

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Oh makes sense..
come to think of it, mines like that all my fans are intake lol.
Im copying your idea with the 120mm rad if you dont mind.
Well you'r enot stopping me so im just telling you that i am wink.gif

 

Haha! Of course I don't mind bro, I reckon the more rads the merrier haha! I have been racking my brains trying to work out where I can mount more myself.

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My thoughts exactly lol.


Haha! Of course I don't mind bro, I reckon the more rads the merrier haha! I have been racking my brains trying to work out where I can mount more myself.


As you got tubing. You could have like a 240mm passive external radiator?
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Dn't be giving AZ anymore idea's,we dn't want him dipping into his purse again....biggrin.gif

Man i just saw your comment.
Says you with your completely overkill rig...
My purse can handle it thank you very much wink.gif
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