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Just added some of the PSU combs from Furball Zen
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Originally Posted by jatontg View Post

Awesome looking acrylic side panel, may I ask what thickness the acrylic side panel is? I'm looking at getting one myself and I've measured it to be around 10mm, though I need to compare since you've already done this. I'd rather get it right the first time around. Thanks!
Mine is 10mm too wink.gif
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Originally Posted by phantomphenom View Post

Hey thanks for the advice. I was able to fit the 2 fans inside and clear the msi mobo heat pipe and ram slots a few millimeters. How ever i was only able to use 3 screws to secure the radiator, not 5 but i tried. I was only able to zip tie one side of the top exhaust fans, but all in all, i got things to fit. +1 rep biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Mergatroid View Post

We were talking about doing push/exhaust which you can't do in the 600T using the H100 without modding since the fans would have to be under the rad, which means on the inside. So the rad would have to be up top. Also, stock, you can't have pull/intake for the same reason.
If you have the radiator outside and the fans inside? This is not push/exaust? tongue.gif
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Has anyone tested having two 120mm fans on top as exhaust with an air cooler like the D-14? Or top-front intake and top-back exhaust? Trying to maximize airflow without causing too much/any turbulence. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated!
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Its a work in progress, you can find the build log here.
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those cables are sick! i assume custom made?
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WOOOOOOOOOOOO got my h100 in the mail today biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif:D biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
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Its a work in progress, you can find the build log here.
pciesleeved02640x480.jpg

It's looking pretty damned good! Your guide really helped out, I ordered the same crimp tool. I still need to get a decent heat gun though.

I was able to do a pretty good job on my bare lead-ed 24VDC fans for my build.
 
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WOOOOOOOOOOOO got my h100 in the mail today biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif:D biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

That's awesome!!! Are you goin to use the corsair fans or another typ for the radiator?
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those cables are sick! i assume custom made?

Thanks, yes the cables have been re-wired completely (made shorter so there's no excess) and sleeved with MDPC. I've made a quick guide which shows how I did the sleeving (hidden heat-shrink technique), you can check it out in my build log.
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It's looking pretty damned good! Your guide really helped out, I ordered the same crimp tool. I still need to get a decent heat gun though.
I was able to do a pretty good job on my bare lead-ed 24VDC fans for my build.

Cheers, yes that crimping tool from MDPC is a must have! I'm glad the guide has helped, its now in its own thread so hopefully more people will see it smile.gif I've just subscribed to your build log, its looking great! You've gotta love the 580 Matrix's biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by phantomphenom View Post

That's awesome!!! Are you goin to use the corsair fans or another typ for the radiator?

i had some xigmatek fans ( i had four on the mesh side panel) so i used 2 for the radiator and one on the back exaust
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Originally Posted by Mergatroid View Post

We were talking about doing push/exhaust which you can't do in the 600T using the H100 without modding since the fans would have to be under the rad, which means on the inside. So the rad would have to be up top. Also, stock, you can't have pull/intake for the same reason.
If you have the radiator outside and the fans inside? This is not push/exaust? tongue.gif

Yeah, but my case isn't stock, it has the hole cut in it. That was the whole point. You can't do push/exhaust in a stock case without modding in some way unless you get a mobo that can accommodate the rad + fans in the stock 600T.
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Has anyone tested having two 120mm fans on top as exhaust with an air cooler like the D-14? Or top-front intake and top-back exhaust? Trying to maximize airflow without causing too much/any turbulence. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated!

Yes, quite a few people have set up their system like that. It works well from what I have seen throughout this thread. Give it a go for sure.
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