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I can't wait to see this.
Thanks, Neither can I, should be quite fun.

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Cant wait to see that. Both will almost fit, and with a little modding it may work. Hopefully it turns out good. The top will house another 120 fan, but need to cut the top mesh's supports down to side. The part I am worried about is cutting out the plastic behind the fan controller to make it work. Dont know if it will fall apart. Good luck.
I got my friends 360 rad and should JUST fit without the need to cut into the pastic. Only the metal. Will just wait and see
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post #252 of 18196
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Here's mine. It's not as neat as some of the others pictured, but it works Seems to run a tad hot as well.

You should turn the drives around and maybe move the HDD cage next to the PSU to get some more air in there
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You should turn the drives around and maybe move the HDD cage next to the PSU to get some more air in there
Great ideas, thanks. Looks like I could route the PSU cables through the gromet instead to free up room for the HDD cage.
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Great ideas, thanks. Looks like I could route the PSU cables through the gromet instead to free up room for the HDD cage.
Can you take your 8pin CPU wire behind the MOBO tray and back out the top/back corner hole. It would clean it up a lot(along with the HHD turn and movement) and running PSU wires into the first grommet. I just shoved my few loose wires behind the MOBO tray.
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Can you take your 8pin CPU wire behind the MOBO tray and back out the top/back corner hole. It would clean it up a lot(along with the HHD turn and movement) and running PSU wires into the first grommet. I just shoved my few loose wires behind the MOBO tray.
I tried to route the 8-pin cable behind before-it's just too short. I did move the HDD cage. I left it turned as is for now so it's easier to work with. Unfortunately, it does look a little crummier now as I moved my fans from the control knob to the motherboard for sleep-mode purposes. Those Antec fans up top just have short wires.
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Great ideas, thanks. Looks like I could route the PSU cables through the gromet instead to free up room for the HDD cage.
Yep route the PSU cables through the grommet. When you move the HDD cage next to it then it will cover up the cables that are showing through the gap
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Well add me to the club, just got mine today and i am so happy with it compared to the Antec 1200, the 1200 is tall but the 600T you could fit a car in it . Well here are a couple of pictures.





    
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DOOOLY, is that the Silverstone Air Penetrator on the H50? If not, which fan is that?
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Ok looks like I miscalculated I didn't look close enough to the top.. theres like a risen part that will make 1 side of the rad rise and hit the grill thingy so probs just go 240 top & 240 front & maybe 120 rear to make up for the loss
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Ok looks like I miscalculated I didn't look close enough to the top.. theres like a risen part that will make 1 side of the rad rise and hit the grill thingy so probs just go 240 top & 240 front & maybe 120 rear to make up for the loss
That's one heck of a system. Make sure you have a strong enough pump, or pumps for 3 rads, plus blocks.
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