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Originally Posted by radicalrev;13904839 
Thanks so I assume the RS240/360 would surely fit then?

RS240 will fit, RS360 will fit but you may have issues with push/pull fans, and will definitely need to mod the top of the case to get a third fan in that bay under the mesh on top. There are a few pics floating around this thread of an RS360 (or other such thin 360mm radiator) mounted in the case.
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My 600T SE will arrive today! In a week ill add some pics after I complete my custom loop.


lucky you i got mine Monday and paid full price =(

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Hands down best case photo in this whole thread. Gangster.

thanks but i dont deserve rep because u think im gangster lol, but i appreciate the compliment, and this is definatley NOT the best picture, the ones with the awesome lighting and the better water loops are mucho more amazing
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All the parts for my loop will arrive early next week. I made the case swap last night.

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looking good!
i was waiting for my h100, But corsair but the ship date all the way back to the 22nd of august!
h70 here i come!
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Originally Posted by antipesto93;13916449 
looking good!
i was waiting for my h100, But corsair but the ship date all the way back to the 22nd of august!
h70 here i come!


Thanks
I bought the H50 as a temporary solution, very excited to see my temps when my loop is compete.
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Guys

Please give me your thoughts on whether the H70 push/pull is better situated on the top grill and thus exhausting air throught the top of the case? My 470 SLI top card is getting way too hot and I'm thinking that maybe the rad/fans and lack of space between this and the top card are to blame. This is my air flow config at the moment...


Front: stock corsair fan as intake
Side: 2 x 120mm fan as intake
Rear: H70 exhaust (outside)/intake (inside)
Top: 2 x 120mm fan exhaust

I need to maximise air flow and prolong the life of these 470 cards.
I tried a 220mm fan on the side panel but this doesnt move a lot of air either as intake or exhaust, so I sacrificed my mod and fancy lighting to have better air flow.

Please advise on a better config if there is one?

Cheers!
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Originally Posted by mikeyo;13916617 
Guys

Please give me your thoughts on whether the H70 push/pull is better situated on the top grill and thus exhausting air throught the top of the case? My 470 SLI top card is getting way too hot and I'm thinking that maybe the rad/fans and lack of space between this and the top card are to blame. This is my air flow config at the moment...


Front: stock corsair fan as intake
Side: 2 x 120mm fan as intake
Rear: H70 exhaust (outside)/intake (inside)
Top: 2 x 120mm fan exhaust

I need to maximise air flow and prolong the life of these 470 cards.
I tried a 220mm fan on the side panel but this doesnt move a lot of air either as intake or exhaust, so I sacrificed my mod and fancy lighting to have better air flow.

Please advise on a better config if there is one?

Cheers!

IMHO.....it depends on if you are oc'ing your cpu.....if so, you need to bring in fresh air on rad to keep it cool.....My current setup, I run a H60 in push/pull config with rad mounted directly to the case, and push fan mounted outside the rear of the case with the pull fan inside.....as seen in the second photo....
IMG-20110607-00054.jpg
IMG-20110609-00058.jpg
I tooo am running the stock front fan but have another 120 fan attached between the hd cage and 3.5 bays....blowing directly across the top and bottom of the card....(see first pic) with two 120's up top for exhaust
IMG-20110607-00056.jpg
I am also running a XFX BE HD 6870 that is known to run warm..with four 120's on the mesh grill on side panel with 3 intake and only 1 exhaust...
IMG-20110618-00063.jpg
i would recommend to remove some of the plastic supports in the top mesh panel and front mesh panel to improve air flow....it really does help....
IMG-20110618-00065.jpg
IMG-20110618-00064-1.jpg

I hope this helps you....out...in all, I have 5 intake and only 3 exhaust fans....
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By the way.....my temps are on the cpu...1100t oc to 4.03 is 26C idle and 38C under load, GPU is with mild OC of 950 with memory of 1200 idles around 46C with 60C under load.....NB idle 38C to load of 48C

I would also recommend having your cards in the 1st and 3rd/4th pcie slots if possible to provide more room between the two cards with a longer sli bridge...if your MB bios will allow it...


.....hope this helps....
Edited by Synthean - 6/18/11 at 5:36am
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Originally Posted by Synthean;13916755 
By the way.....my temps are on the cpu...1100t oc to 4.03 is 26C idle and 38C under load, GPU is with mild OC of 950 with memory of 1200 idles around 46C with 60C under load.....NB idle 38C to load of 48C

I would also recommend having your cards in the 1st and 3rd/4th pcie slots if possible to provide more room between the two cards with a longer sli bridge...if your MB bios will allow it...


.....hope this helps....

thanks for the advice, will review your configuration and see how I can best accomodate in my rig. I am o/c the cpu and gpu's - cpu is not an issue, the h70 is fab.
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Originally Posted by dustin88;13908506 
lucky you i got mine Monday and paid full price =(




thanks but i dont deserve rep because u think im gangster lol, but i appreciate the compliment, and this is definatley NOT the best picture, the ones with the awesome lighting and the better water loops are mucho more amazing
you are too modest. On the other hand, I said it was the best photo, not the best rig. You have a wonderful composed shot and is different then any one else on this thread. Unfortunately you can only look at so many led fans before feeling a bit bored.
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Originally Posted by ElementR;13916435 
All the parts for my loop will arrive early next week. I made the case swap last night.

93906f27.jpg
that fatality board looks sweet in that 600, can't wait to see with the loop
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Originally Posted by mikeyo;13916617 
Guys

Please give me your thoughts on whether the H70 push/pull is better situated on the top grill and thus exhausting air throught the top of the case? My 470 SLI top card is getting way too hot and I'm thinking that maybe the rad/fans and lack of space between this and the top card are to blame. This is my air flow config at the moment...


Front: stock corsair fan as intake
Side: 2 x 120mm fan as intake
Rear: H70 exhaust (outside)/intake (inside)
Top: 2 x 120mm fan exhaust

I need to maximise air flow and prolong the life of these 470 cards.
I tried a 220mm fan on the side panel but this doesnt move a lot of air either as intake or exhaust, so I sacrificed my mod and fancy lighting to have better air flow.

Please advise on a better config if there is one?

Cheers!
Ideas mined from this thread: First you can relocate you hard drives. Either get rid of one of the cages, or both. If you get rid of both cages you would mount them in the 5.25. Seems to improve intake. Also, I would mount at least one fan in the 5.25 bays drawing air in. Those don't require mods. If you mod, have seen Mergatroid cut a hole in the bottom of case and mount another 120mm fan on the floor blowing cool air up into the case. I would add two more 120mm fans into the side panel. On whether they should be intake or exhaust, I say experiment. I have decided I am only going to make mine exhaust because after several months of intake the dust build up is horrendous. That goes with any fans for this case as far as I am concerned, if there is a filter use it as an intake, if no filter, make it an exhaust.
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Originally Posted by Synthean;13916755 
By the way.....my temps are on the cpu...1100t oc to 4.03 is 26C idle and 38C under load, GPU is with mild OC of 950 with memory of 1200 idles around 46C with 60C under load.....NB idle 38C to load of 48C

I would also recommend having your cards in the 1st and 3rd/4th pcie slots if possible to provide more room between the two cards with a longer sli bridge...if your MB bios will allow it...


.....hope this helps....

Those are great temps, but I imagine you have a very low ambient.
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