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post #651 of 18196
would these fans work for that method? Maybe even if I got one as a push?

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=36_327&products_id=27499

EDIT : OK, I see what you're talking about now. Did you use the fan it came with at all? How did you set it up ... push from outside -> RAD -> pull to inside?

How'd you mount the rad+fans to the case again? That's what I am missing.
Edited by vivithemage - 3/19/11 at 9:40pm
post #652 of 18196
My water cooled 600T build so far.
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youd find it better to have the 200mm rad flipped like that?
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Originally Posted by vivithemage;12805126 
youd find it better to have the 200mm rad flipped like that?

Well with a Rad mounted with the ports up top, will allow the air trapped inside to escape easier. With them down, may trap air inside the Rad.

Welcome guys, and I like the dual 120 fans on the 200mm Rad Caleal
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Is the interior green or is it just the lighting?
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Is the interior green or is it just the lighting?
Nokia E52:) Just bad photo.

btw temp of HDD in 5.25 rail is 29~34C. Inroom - 23C. Not so bad.
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In preparation for my watercooling adventure I did some work today on wire management. Tidied up the fan and video card cables. As well, changed out some of the LED lighting and began work on installing the watercooling components (not much there yet). Also got rid of the two Akust fans that were up top and replaced them with a couple of Noiseblockers. Pricey, but they sure do run quiet. Once I get rid of the Zalman cooler this thing should be very, very quiet (not that the Zalman is all that loud).

I'm also going to get rid of that fan grill and replace it with something not quite as garish.

Anyway, next step is ordering the rest of the watercooling parts (sheesh, that stuff sure does get expensive) and hopefully putting my initial loop (CPU only) together without causing any damage

Wish me luck...

2le6knd.jpg

2qm12io.jpg

By the way, I've been doing quite a bit of experimenting with various fan configurations. I've come to the conclusion that this case cools best with all fans configured as intakes with the exception of the single rear exhaust fan. Stock configuration has the top fan acting as an exhaust as well. For some odd reason Corsair decided to go with a "negative" pressure configuration, or at least I think that's what is going on with the stock setup. All I know is that with the addition of a side panel fan and a reconfiguration of the two top deck fans to intake, my temps are significantly lower than the stock configuration (and, as an added bonus, there's a lot less dust inside the case).
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Danchyk;12823739 
In preparation for my watercooling adventure I did some work today on wire management. Tidied up the fan and video card cables. As well, changed out some of the LED lighting and began work on installing the watercooling components (not much there yet). Also got rid of the two Akust fans that were up top and replaced them with a couple of Noiseblockers. Pricey, but they sure do run quiet. Once I get rid of the Zalman cooler this thing should be very, very quiet (not that the Zalman is all that loud).

I'm also going to get rid of that fan grill and replace it with something not quite as garish.

Anyway, next step is ordering the rest of the watercooling parts (sheesh, that stuff sure does get expensive) and hopefully putting my initial loop (CPU only) together without causing any damage

Wish me luck...

2le6knd.jpg

2qm12io.jpg

By the way, I've been doing quite a bit of experimenting with various fan configurations. I've come to the conclusion that this case cools best with all fans configured as intakes with the exception of the single rear exhaust fan. Stock configuration has the top fan acting as an exhaust as well. For some odd reason Corsair decided to go with a "negative" pressure configuration, or at least I think that's what is going on with the stock setup. All I know is that with the addition of a side panel fan and a reconfiguration of the two top deck fans to intake, my temps are significantly lower than the stock configuration (and, as an added bonus, there's a lot less dust inside the case).

I keep telling people to try the top fan as intake on cases with top fans, not just this case. People get hung up on the heat rises thing, and you are messing with natrual way air flows in the case, but the fans can easly over power that if the case has mesh bay covers or side panels, really any extra venting to let air out. I did it with my Sniper and drop over 5C off my CPU temps and 2C off my GPU stress testing. It also works great if you have a rad on the back as as exhaust, the top fans will feed the back rad with nice cool air.
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