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post #4711 of 18196
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I'm really satisfied with the performance, she takes anything I throw at her biggrin.gif
My philosophy when tuning a system is to find the maximum stable speed I could squeeze out of it then back of to a point where my temperatures are acceptable to me. smile.gif

My thoughts as well.

With my settings, there's general purpose settings, and then there's benchmark settings.

It is also during benchmarking that i crank my 300CFM front intake fan up to full speed.
 
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what is the easiest way to remove the plastic support on the top removable mesh panel thingy? if i remove it will it fit two 140mm fans? also a very noob question but how do i create those fancy build logs tongue.gif
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what is the easiest way to remove the plastic support on the top removable mesh panel thingy? if i remove it will it fit two 140mm fans? also a very noob question but how do i create those fancy build logs tongue.gif

You have to take the front and rear bezels off FIRST in order to remove the top.

I am not a pro at making build logs, but i just usually just look at a few to find format ideas I like.
 
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What did you use for the trim in your window hole?

It's actually one continuous piece of very thin automotive vacuum tubing that I carefully split down the entire length with a razor blade, then lightly dabbed inside the incision with super glue. That u-channel trim stuff does not do sharp radii (and especially external radii) very well but the fine vacuum tubing is extremely flexible.
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lol not the whole top panel.. that mesh panel has those plastic bars or what what that touches the fan if installed from to? how can i cut that out without making a complete mess of it? thumb.gif
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lol not the whole top panel.. that mesh panel has those plastic bars or what what that touches the fan if installed from to? how can i cut that out without making a complete mess of it? thumb.gif

I dont think you can fit 140mm fans up top but you should be able to cut that plastic support bars on the mesh with a razor blade. there is only room up top for one 200mm or two 120mm. You can probably fit one 140mm up top but I dont think you will be able to squeeze two 140mm in there without making a pretty serious mod to your case.
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I dont think you can fit 140mm fans up top but you should be able to cut that plastic support bars on the mesh with a razor blade. there is only room up top for one 200mm or two 120mm. You can probably fit one 140mm up top but I dont think you will be able to squeeze two 140mm in there without making a pretty serious mod to your case.

TA.. i found a way to remove the whole girdle.. was scared of snapping those bent over pieces.. but yea for now i only have 1 x 140 mm fan up there it looks good dont know if it will be efficient.. but like a said earlier om not OC'n just yet so its better than a case full of dust. pics to follow soon biggrin.gif
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added some new things to pc that i got over the holidays.
added 2 AP-15 GT fans to the H80, corsair airflow 2, new crossfire bridge, and removed the stock corsair h80 fans to the top sucking in air. (which those 2 on full blast sound like a chinook heli taking off.)
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I would like to do this kind of sleeving on my system. Where did you buy the sleeving? I would like to put it on my system here with red sleeving.

Also, thought I would let you know, you might have a neeter looking case if you flipped your rad upside down like mine in the pic. I dont think the 200mm at the top will get in the way and it will help by not bending your rad hoses so much. Just a thought.

Also, I put the fan thats on the back of the rad behind the case rather than in it and it gave me much more room to work with. I will try to get some more pics so you can see more clearly.
Edited by mikezachlowe2004 - 1/6/12 at 10:43am
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lol not the whole top panel.. that mesh panel has those plastic bars or what what that touches the fan if installed from to? how can i cut that out without making a complete mess of it? thumb.gif

My bad - I thought you meant the entire top assembly, panel and all.

If you use short needle-nose pliers, you can carefully bend the mesh tabs away from the plastic frame, which will allow you to trim the plastic. I used a pair of these to do most of my cutting.
 
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I would like to do this kind of sleeving on my system. Where did you buy the sleeving? I would like to put it on my system here with red sleeving.
Also, thought I would let you know, you might have a neeter looking case if you flipped your rad upside down like mine in the pic. I dont think the 200mm at the top will get in the way and it will help by not bending your rad hoses so much. Just a thought.
Also, I put the fan thats on the back of the rad behind the case rather than in it and it gave me much more room to work with. I will try to get some more pics so you can see more clearly.


for the sleeving you can go to http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l2/g2/c473/list/p1/Cables-ModRight_CableRight_-_Single_Braids.html?id=rqfRgF98

i originally did have my h80 set up like how you did, but when i went to put on my GT fans, and went to install the h80 again one of the pipes kinked so i had to move to how i have it now. not exactly pleased but it's still functional. i'll be getting rid of it for a true wc option once i get referenced video cards.
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