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Originally Posted by mikeyo View Post
Guys

I managed to fit a 22cm Yateloon fan to the meshed side panel on the SE.
Using extra long rubber fan pins, I secured the fan and (at the moment) there is no obviouse rattle or signifcant fan noise.

Check out the pics and let me know what you think?

Cheers!

http://flic.kr/p/9THigY
http://flic.kr/p/9TEu24
Nice, but I feel like the top and bottom rubber screw still can't dampened the vibration, because they have some eccentricity with fan's holes. But If it works for you, ignore me.

Also What's the spec of that Yate Loon's Fans?? I use a 22cm fan also for my build (You can see it in the first post), and if it's better than my fans, I will try to get it..

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here. on the other side you have the EATX 12V connector in a precarious position, once you install the cable I think it will block the left side fan from going in. Maybe someone can come up with a clever way around this, maybe a custom plug that lies flat or something, might be worth a try.
Is it the head or the cable block the 12 cm fan??

Also if it was me, I will not try to fit 4 fan for the rad in 600T. A bit too cramped for my taste..
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Nice, but I feel like the top and bottom rubber screw still can't dampened the vibration, because they have some eccentricity with fan's holes. But If it works for you, ignore me.

Also What's the spec of that Yate Loon's Fans?? I use a 22cm fan also for my build (You can see it in the first post), and if it's better than my fans, I will try to get it..



Is it the head or the cable block the 12 cm fan??

Also if it was me, I will not try to fit 4 fan for the rad in 600T. A bit too cramped for my taste..

The rubber pins are absorbing vibration atm, hopefully over time this will not be an issue. As for the Yateloon fan, here are the specs...

Model
Manufacturer Yate Loon
Model Number D22BL-12H
Specification
Dimensions 220 x 220 x 30mm
Air FLow 86.50 CFM
Noise 26.0 dBA
Speed 750 RPM
Connector Type 3 Pin
Open or Closed Corners Open
Bearing Type Sleeve
LED Colour Blue
Approx Cable Length 60cm
post #1843 of 18210
So I'm pseudo-planning a watercooling loop and wanted to know if anyone had experience with a thick 120mm radiator on the rear 120mm fan mounts (something like the XSPC RX120). Not sure if it would fit with push/pull with both fans inside the case, with one fan and a shroud, or with one fan in and one out. I'm thinking about getting the XSPC Rasa RS240 kit and adding a gpu block, so I figure the extra radiator would help keep temps down. I would ideally like everything internal to the case, which is why I'm looking at a 120mm radiator, or possibly a second 240mm radiator for the front as has been demonstrated in previous posts in this thread. However, I'm leaning towards putting my Antec big boy 200mm fan in the front with some glue/sticky-tape mounts to help airflow over the GPU chips (my card is non-reference so I can't go full waterblock) and throughout the rest of the case.
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So I'm pseudo-planning a watercooling loop and wanted to know if anyone had experience with a thick 120mm radiator on the rear 120mm fan mounts (something like the XSPC RX120). Not sure if it would fit with push/pull with both fans inside the case, or with one fan in and one out. I'm thinking about getting the XSPC Rasa RS240 kit and adding a gpu block, so I figure the extra radiator would help keep temps down. I would ideally like everything internal to the case, which is why I'm looking at a 120mm radiator, or possibly a second 240mm radiator for the front as has been demonstrated in previous posts in this thread. However, I'm leaning towards putting my Antec big boy 200mm fan in the front with some glue/sticky-tape mounts to help airflow over the GPU chips (my card is non-reference so I can't go full waterblock) and throughout the rest of the case.
H70's Rad is thick and it internally fit in the case with push-pull fan. RS 240 rad will surely fit in the top, but you cannot do push and pull setup for that rad..

I see you're using an original 600T, you can buy an official side panel for 600T in corsair and mount 4 120mm fan on the side panel. It will improve your temp significantly than swapping the front fan..
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The cards dump heat in to the case which is not good.

Not sure about using the fan as an exhaust, I like to keep the other motherboard components cooled.

Interested to hear from others their experiencie of using the fan as an exhaust on the side panel.
When I was air cooling this case, I had the side panel as exhaust and the H70 as an intake. It did cool my my cards and NB about 4 degrees better then when I had it as intake.

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Nice, but I feel like the top and bottom rubber screw still can't dampened the vibration, because they have some eccentricity with fan's holes. But If it works for you, ignore me.

Also What's the spec of that Yate Loon's Fans?? I use a 22cm fan also for my build (You can see it in the first post), and if it's better than my fans, I will try to get it..



Is it the head or the cable block the 12 cm fan??

Also if it was me, I will not try to fit 4 fan for the rad in 600T. A bit too cramped for my taste..
The socket seems to clear no problem, the actually head of the cable might also clear too, but the cables themselves would have to make a severe bend for the fan to fit. I agree with you about the cramped feel, I am still mulling it over.
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post #1846 of 18210
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H70's Rad is thick and it internally fit in the case with push-pull fan. RS 240 rad will surely fit in the top, but you cannot do push and pull setup for that rad..

I see you're using an original 600T, you can buy an official side panel for 600T in corsair and mount 4 120mm fan on the side panel. It will improve your temp significantly than swapping the front fan..
Already have the side panel with 4x Xigmatek 120mm fans intake. It helped GPU temps a good amount, probably 5 deg C. I'd imagine that would be good enough with some heatsinks on the chips on the GPU. However, I'm still planning on throwing the Antec fan up front, as it has crazy airflow and isn't very noisy at all...and I can do it right now at no cost, heh.

Wasn't planning on push/pull with RS240...from what I have seen, pretty much everyone mounts the rad inside the case and the fans outside but inside the mesh panel on the top. That's the route I was planning on going there...guessing a shroud is out of the question for there, though, so...was thinking about what I could do for a second radiator and the rear fan mounts popped into my head. Thing with that setup is that the fans on top would most likely be push (cold air from outside case), and would mean that the only exhaust fan (if I didn't change anything else) would be that rear 120mm fan. Don't know if that's optimal airflow or not.
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When I was air cooling this case, I had the side panel as exhaust and the H70 as an intake. It did cool my my cards and NB about 4 degrees better then when I had it as intake.



The socket seems to clear no problem, the actually head of the cable might also clear too, but the cables themselves would have to make a severe bend for the fan to fit. I agree with you about the cramped feel, I am still mulling it over.

The cables are actually thin.. They looks so thick because you sleeved them..
I think you can lose some sleeve on the edge of the cable, then bend the cables to fit the fans. It seems alright to me because bent cable will not affect mobo performance.. CMIIW
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H70's Rad is thick and it internally fit in the case with push-pull fan. RS 240 rad will surely fit in the top, but you cannot do push and pull setup for that rad..

I see you're using an original 600T, you can buy an official side panel for 600T in corsair and mount 4 120mm fan on the side panel. It will improve your temp significantly than swapping the front fan..
Right, after busting a couple of fingers swapping the fan around, I have very similar temps. Might leave it as an exhaust and see how it performs. Gotta admit though, the more I look at the mod, the more I love it.
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Right, after busting a couple of fingers swapping the fan around, I have very similar temps. Might leave it as an exhaust and see how it performs. Gotta admit though, the more I look at the mod, the more I love it.
Whose mod are you talking about?

BTW, I think you should just stick with 4 120mm fan rather than 1 22cm fan.. Your fan connection is not firmly attach to the panel, I'm afraid that it will come off overtime and damage your internal parts..
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Whose mod are you talking about?

BTW, I think you should just stick with 4 120mm fan rather than 1 22cm fan.. Your fan connection is not firmly attach to the panel, I'm afraid that it will come off overtime and damage your internal parts..
No chance of it coming off, I changed it slightly to use two rubber fan pins on each corner of the fan, it is very secure. Still not sure whether it's best as an exhaust or intake though. There is quite a bit of warm air being extracted rear, top and side so It must be effective. Idle SLI gfx temp is 49 and 42 (top, bottom). Played FIFA 11 and temps reached 85 top! Not sure if that's normal.
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