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Has anyone used one of these.... http://www.mountainmods.com/mountain-mods-acrylic-triple-bay-120mm-fan-mount-p-405.html

to put a fan in the three 5.25 mounts? I just bought one along with an aerocool white led shark fan and Im hoping it all fits.

Give me a shout if it works and some pictures of it too! Wont you need a filter to stop te dust also. Looking to put a fan in the drive bay area also.
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The only issue I can see is that you will be unable to use the bays for any devices. I went with the Xigmatek 4 in 3 bay converter (there are also other manufacturers) for this reason. I had 2 hdds in the converter along with a 120mm fan. Of course if you aren't going to use the 5.25 bays for anything, then it is a good solution.

5.25 bay covers have dust filters behind the mesh, so you wouldn't need a filter if the stock Corsair filters work for you.
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Give me a shout if it works and some pictures of it too! Wont you need a filter to stop te dust also. Looking to put a fan in the drive bay area also.
Ya i bought a filter with it also. I dont plan to use the bays for anything. I saw that xiggy 4 in 3 thing but I thought having that cage would impede airflow? I figured just having the mount would be better. Im really trying to lower cpu temps so I can overclock higher.
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post #3864 of 18196
It won't impede airflow..it's basically just a square box that slides into the 5.25 bays. But if not using the bays, the MM solution is a great!
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post #3865 of 18196
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You could pull of maybe 2 fans per channel, but this controller is a little on the delicate side so if you do that try and get lower wattage fans. Personally I always recommend an after market controller, but many people seem happy with the stock controller. I know Corsair George mentioned the wattage the controller can handle further back in the thread, but I didn't bookmark the page...sorry.
Thank you for answering. I plan on using 2 120mm and 1 140mm fans. I always keep them at the lowest RPM so I don't abuse the controller too much. I suppose it will not overload it.
Edited by kyzumi - 10/16/11 at 11:28am
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I highly suggest replacing the stock H100 fans. They are EXTREMELY loud. I replaced them with gentle typhoon ap-15s and the temps are a tad better and MUCH quieter.
You can't find the static pressure for the gentle typhoon ap-15 anywhere even on the manufacturer's site. I know a lot of people use them and they are good fans, but without any data showing them to improve temps I find it hard to believe a "likely" lower static pressure fan is going to improve temps over the stock H100 fans with both running at full speed. If I was only looking for noise reduction then those would be great fans, or Yate Loons, because both of those fans have good performance per noise level. But for pure performance I would stick with the H100 stock fans.

Also, in my case even with four fans on my H100, the loudest fans in the case are the video card fans. I don't find the H100 fans to be overly loud at all, especially when turned down to the lowest setting.

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**** this place you only help the people you want to!
If no one answered your question, then most likely the answer is "no". What do you want, 200 people all leaving you a comment saying "no"? Be reasonable.

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I was looking at these Noctua fans for the Rad http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=p...s_id=12&lng=en

If I was going to get the H100 and the fans were on top would I have them so that they push air through the rad and then into the case, then have the back case fan as exhaust?

Also the only reason I am replacing the fans is due to how loud people have said they get, I am planning to overclock as high as possible so its most likely I will be on full speed with the fans, I prefer a quiet case.
Those fans are 1.68 mm H2O at 1300 rpm with about 19 dBA (from their chart).

The stock H100 fans are: 7.7mm/H20 at 2500 RPM, and 1.6mm/H20 at 1300 RPM with a noise of 22 dBA.

This is the way I look at it. When you turn the H100 fans down all the way, you're getting the same static pressure as the NF-P12 and only 3 dBA more noise (which is almost nothing).

At this point both fans are close to equal. Here's the difference. You can turn the stock H100 fans up higher and get WAY better performance out of them (static pressure AND cfm), but you can't turn the NF-P12 up any higher than the 1300 RPM.

You can purchase a fan that performs well and is fairly quiet on low setting but can be turned up higher if you need more cooling (you have some head room) or you can purchase a fan that has medium performance and low noise at it's highest speed but cannot be increased at all (no headroom).

Don't get me wrong, again those are nice fans. This is just my opinion. I would recommend you get the H100 and try the fans it comes with on the low setting (which is the same performance as the NF-P12 at high setting) before deciding to spend more money on fans that really are not as good as the stock fans are (other than about 2-3 dBA).

If all you care about is noise, then look at the Yate loons or Scythe Gentile Typhoons.

You could set up as push/intake on the H100 in the top of the 600T, and use the rear as exhaust. That's actually how Corsair recommends the H100 be used. There is a dust issue, and personally I would recommend a filter but lots of people go without and just clean a lot.

Your last comment indicates to me that you want good performance. Just remember those Noctua fans you picked out have the same performance at high speed as the stock fans have at low speed (pretty much including noise). I think the Loons or GTs would be a much better choice than the Noctuas.

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The only issue I can see is that you will be unable to use the bays for any devices. I went with the Xigmatek 4 in 3 bay converter (there are also other manufacturers) for this reason. I had 2 hdds in the converter along with a 120mm fan. Of course if you aren't going to use the 5.25 bays for anything, then it is a good solution.

5.25 bay covers have dust filters behind the mesh, so you wouldn't need a filter if the stock Corsair filters work for you.
Agree 100%. That Xigmatek converter is an excellent solution for adding another fan and not completely losing the functionality of the bays.

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Thank you for answering. I plan on using 2 120mm and 1 140mm fans. I always keep them at the lowest RPM so I don't abuse the controller too much. I suppose it will not overload it.
Yes, at low speed those would likely be OK. Just remember though, when you first turn your PC on the controller revs up the fans all the way and then slowly turns them down to where you set them (at least most fans controllers do that, I believe the Corsair one does too).
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On a completely different note. I am getting tired of waiting for the Corsair Link Commander. I wanted to use it to control the H100 fans.
I am now considering picking up another fan controller. It would have to be a single bay controller because I'm using 3 out of 4 bays with things that cannot be removed. (2 bay fan controller and an optical burner). I actually have my LED controller in the last bay but that can be moved.

Should I continue waiting for the Link Commander or go for another fan controller?

Here is the front of my case:




Opinions/ideas?

Yeah, I know. Double post. oops...
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Single bay, I'm partial to the NZXT Sentry 2 I picked up for my media PC.

Or the Sunbeam I picked up for my 600T (it has 6 channels at 30w per channel)





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Single bay, I'm partial to the NZXT Sentry 2 I picked up for my media PC.

Or the Sunbeam I picked up for my 600T (it has 6 channels at 30w per channel)
+1 on the Sunbeam. That's what I'm getting!
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On a completely different note. I am getting tired of waiting for the Corsair Link Commander. I wanted to use it to control the H100 fans.
I am now considering picking up another fan controller. It would have to be a single bay controller because I'm using 3 out of 4 bays with things that cannot be removed. (2 bay fan controller and an optical burner). I actually have my LED controller in the last bay but that can be moved.

Should I continue waiting for the Link Commander or go for another fan controller?

Here is the front of my case:


snip
Opinions/ideas?

Yeah, I know. Double post. oops...
You can pick up a decent 6 channel controller (like the rheobus 6) for about $40 dollars. Only takes up one bay...personally, it's something you are always going to be able to use in a secondary rig so I would pick that up and see what the reviews have to say about Link...I'm starting to get a little nervous since it's 3 months behind schedule now...
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