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Originally Posted by jl114 View Post

Exactly like this,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lI7CpHLkJoo


 



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Originally Posted by dustin88 View Post


that sounds like an optical drive whine, not a fan.. but i could be wrong, have you tried starting the PC with no power to your CD drive? these fans dont have the RPMs to make that type of noise to my knowledge =/


 



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Originally Posted by franky100 View Post


That sound happens when u take off the front grill. The only way of getting rid of that sound is either to cut a whole in the mesh of the case or put the front grill back on.


Yes that's a design flaw from Corsair. Those holes should be honeycomb shape instead of circle. It will reduce the vibration noise and increase performances as air pass through it.

 
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post #5702 of 18196
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Anyone move the front 200mm back by using longer screws + washers so there is a gap between the fan / mesh to avoid that noisy whine sound?

Would any 5mm screw work to mount the fan back? A little worried about the threads typically used with the fan screws are different.

Yes, a few people earlier in the thread did exactly that. Some of them used rubber spacers. Fan screws are just basically self tapping plastic screws. When they're new the fans actually don't have any thread and the screws cut the threads into the fan. So, it really doesn't matter what the threads are like in the screws you used (as long as you're not talking about radiator screws). Some people actually cut away the mesh instead, but achieve the same result with a little added air flow.
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Originally Posted by Fatality_ View Post

I'm planning on getting a 600t sometime within the next couple of months and I have an H100. I've been looking through the thread and it seems like most people are having trouble getting a push pull config to work in this case.

Would it possibly work with the two 120mm fans on the top of the case (under the mesh), case, then the rad and then two 120mm 12mm slim fans like these: http://ncix.ca/products/?sku=67371&vpn=SY1212SL12H&manufacture=Scythe

since it barely doesn't fit with two 120mm 25mm fans on the bottom what if you used two 12mm thick fans instead?

People have done that, but those slim fans are really pretty useless. They have no static pressure to speak of and will most likely hinder the stock H100 fans which have excellent airflow and static pressure. You're better off with one set of good fans over adding those slim fans.

Some people have achieved push/pull in a couple of different ways, but most of them involve modding. You can install the H100 crooked, and that may allow the front interior fan to clear the RAM on your motherboard, but you will find some of the rad will be a little blocked, and you won't be able to use all the screws. Just a few pages back (10 maybe) someone did push/pull by trimming their RAM socket, heat sink and actually the RAM circuit board (pretty daring mod). If you have an older socket 775 board you can do push/pull but again you have to mod.

Corsair George says in a lab, they tested push/pull on an H100 and it didn't make any difference. It may make a few degrees C difference in an actual case, but it's not going to be anything major.

If you use those slim fans, just remember you're using them for looks only. They're not going to be very functional on a rad. Note that although the stock H100 fans can be fairly loud when turned up all the way, they have excellent airflow and static pressure.

I think you'd run into the same problem in the 650D since both the rad and the fans have to go inside the case. The great thing about the 650D is that you can add a shroud on the outside to house external fans. It's very functional and looks great.

Check this build out:

http://www.overclock.net/t/907643/corsair-obsidian-650d-mid-tower/750#post_14943357

Although personally I would put an external mesh on the external fans.

I'm not sure what's causing the noise some people are getting from the front of the case. I'm using a 200mm 166 CFM NZXT fan and I'm not getting any noise. Personally I don't think it's the shape of the holes as mine are round and I'm not getting the noise.
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post #5703 of 18196
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Yes, a few people earlier in the thread did exactly that. Some of them used rubber spacers. Fan screws are just basically self tapping plastic screws. When they're new the fans actually don't have any thread and the screws cut the threads into the fan. So, it really doesn't matter what the threads are like in the screws you used (as long as you're not talking about radiator screws). Some people actually cut away the mesh instead, but achieve the same result with a little added air flow.

Did it today, problem solved with just half a cm space between the fan and mesh. Seems silly Corsair did not pick up on this, oh well...
post #5704 of 18196
I just did some front fan modding this weekend. I made a bracket to mount a xigmatec 1254 fan in the 5.25" bay and I cut out the mesh and dremeled it mostly round. I touched it up with a bit of paint. Then I installed a bitfenix spectre pro 200mm fan. I like this fan. side by side it has better cfm and is noticeably quieter than the corsair 200. smile.gif The spectre has nice burly build quality and thicker fan blades. it makes the fan resonance much lower in frequency which makes the whine even less.

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http://www.ebaudio.com/MyPics/new_pc_build/IMG_7120.JPG (bracket for 120mm)
http://www.ebaudio.com/MyPics/new_pc_build/IMG_7123.JPG (exhaust fan led strip)
http://www.ebaudio.com/MyPics/new_pc_build/IMG_7131.JPG
http://www.ebaudio.com/MyPics/new_pc_build/IMG_7147.JPG (yeah, I made an imperial logo sticker for the fan lol)
http://www.ebaudio.com/MyPics/new_pc_build/IMG_7148.JPG (and some 3M di-noc on the front)
http://www.ebaudio.com/MyPics/new_pc_build/IMG_7151.JPG
http://www.ebaudio.com/MyPics/new_pc_build/IMG_7153.JPG
http://www.ebaudio.com/MyPics/new_pc_build/IMG_7156.JPG
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post #5705 of 18196
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I just did some front fan modding this weekend. I made a bracket to mount a xigmatec 1254 fan in the 5.25" bay and I cut out the mesh and dremeled it mostly round. I touched it up with a bit of paint. Then I installed a bitfenix spectre pro 200mm fan. I like this fan. side by side it has better cfm and is noticeably quieter than the corsair 200. smile.gif The spectre has nice burly build quality and thicker fan blades. it makes the fan resonance much lower in frequency which makes the whine even less. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show) ]

Looks good! I also went with the same fan in the front!
 
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post #5706 of 18196
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I could just get a couple Noctua NF-P12-1300, Put them on the top and have them exhaust to have a pull only configuration.
Do you guys know if the 650D suffers with this problems as well? Because the cases are similarly priced so I could go with either one but I do really like the look of this one so I am leaning towards getting it.

With the 650D you won't have any issues doing a push/pull configuration with the H100 as it has enough clearance.
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Could someone give me a link on how to remove the plastic thing where you put the storage bays on. Noticed that some people have removed it in this thread and I think that it looks better that way smile.gif
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Could someone give me a link on how to remove the plastic thing where you put the storage bays on. Noticed that some people have removed it in this thread and I think that it looks better that way smile.gif

this is how i do it, remove both side panels, face the front of the pc, on both sides you will see 4 white tabs, pull those out 1 set at a time (left and right side) and try to push the front towards you as you're doing that, move down one tab and repeat process. once you get all tabs released from the black clip, you can just pull it off, and on the bottom the 4 screws are revealed.
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Ok thanks for that. I'll try it and hope that I wont brake anything rolleyes.gif
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wohoo, my system is finally 100% under water! i'm done upgrading, this has seriously put a hamper in my pocket book
this all started with a game...bf3, one upgrade just led to another and another and another.
amd rig and ati cards transformed to intel and nvidia rig over the course of late October until now.

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i only have the nzxt led strip to attach, promised my roommate he could do that. lol

thank you to everyone in this forum who gave me ideas and such...POTO i'm sorry i copied you lol
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