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Originally Posted by Darylrese View Post

wont having the H100 in the front like that cause hot air to be dumped into the case and across the GPU(s)? Not such a great idea unless your really stuck for space? If you want push pull, you might be better off mounting it slightly off center at the top like others have done in this thread thumb.gif

I also concur. Considering that push/pull is almost useless on the H100, I really don't see the point of forcing hot air toward the video card just to use push/pull.
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Originally Posted by Krullmeister View Post

Looking good! thumb.gif

Maybe straighten out that h100i block / pump that is driving me nuts tongue.gif

Some system boards require the blocks to be mounted sideways to avoid hitting components mounted on the motherboard. My motherboard is like that, so I cannot mount my block right side up. He may have the same issue.
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Originally Posted by CtKiDd78 View Post

I love how clean your build looks. Nice job man!!

Man, you really need to check out the first post in this thread and read the rules regarding not reposting long posts full of pictures. You can quite easily edit out or hide most of the pictures. Look at the post below yours for an example.

Do any of the new members read the first post?
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i cleaned by computer today. I removed the fan on my radiator and there was a good centimeter thick layer of dust is this normal or is my fan setup wrong?
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DSC_0090 by Notalenter, on Flickr
(behind the blue sp120 fan)


Thanks!

That depends on how long your cooler has been installed, how dusty your location is, and weather or not you have it installed as intake or exhaust. If it's intake, with no dust filter you're going to have to clean it fairly often (this is why I use exhaust).

Was it anything like this?:

http://www.overclock.net/t/612436/official-corsair-hydro-series-club/6230#post_8894561
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Originally Posted by true47 View Post

Hello everyone i just finished my first build, will have some pics up soon!

I just had a quick question, i have my h100i and the corsair link 2 software, can i adjust my fan speed so it can go up automatically with system load, or will i have to get another software for this, someone please recommend, i wanna be able to have my Gpu (gtx680) and CPU h100i fans speed up as im playing games, also i have my case fans plugged into my motherboard, can i control these as well? im new to all of this so i know the important thing is to keep temps on pc as low as possible, if someone could tell me normal temps for components that would be great too, thank you!

Yeah, the H100i and H80i fan speeds can be controlled vs temp using the Corsair software. You can get more information in the Hydro Series Club thread:

http://www.overclock.net/t/612436/official-corsair-hydro-series-club
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got 20 mins. spare time from work and worked out on this.

my not so done psu cover.
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It really depends if you are going to put underneath your first fan or in front of your first fan. I would not put a square fan dust filter in front of your first fan as it would look horrible, I would just get some thing like this
ModRight FilterRight 120mm Black Aluminum Fan Filter as it is nice and easy to take off and clean.

If you are putting it underneath your first fan but just in front of your radiator the one you have linked to might be a bit thick, you could try something like this
120mm Ultra Thin Flexible Fan Dust Filter (0.45mm Thick) which would almost make it invisible to someone looking at your system.

One thing you will have to remember is that the dust filter will restrict some air flow, some filters are better than others, but this is only because they allow larger particles to pass through. With any selection you will have to take temps before hand and after and see if it is acceptable to you or not.

Myself, I have made my own dust filter mounts that sit between the fan and radiator with a slide tray making it super quick and easy to clean. Keeping them clean will of course always give better air flow.

Thanks for the information. I really appreciate it.

Also do you have a suggestion for something that could lift my pc off the ground? I don't really know what I should be looking for.
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Originally Posted by ervhamzz213 View Post

got 20 mins. spare time from work and worked out on this.

my not so done psu cover.

Woah, that looks like it's gonna look super nice after you paint it. Keep us posted.
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Man, you really need to check out the first post in this thread and read the rules regarding not reposting long posts full of pictures. You can quite easily edit out or hide most of the pictures. Look at the post below yours for an example.

Do any of the new members read the first post?
http://www.overclock.net/t/612436/official-corsair-hydro-series-club

Sooorrry jeesh! FYI I read that rule in the first post and I forgot about it since I was replying form my phone!! Won't happen again MR.
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Yeah? That would be awesome if you can mate!! It will give me peace of mind! I have a certain "unique" style and scheme in my mind that i want to do which requires no cutting of anything, Sounds plain i know but what i have in my head certainly is not which i'll be happy to create a build log and share pics!

I just need to know about that pesky rad issue with the RIVE in a push/pull...

Then i can get all my hardware and start building! thumb.gif

My heart is set on the case though, i think it look's absolutely brilliant! But if only corsair made the inner diameter a little higher for a 100% fit of a push/pull it would be a beast! Not sure why they couldn't add a few more mm at the top but ah well..


Sorry, I din't have any time to properly dismount and try to offset the whole radiator but I don't think it should be a problem for you if you do it like this helpful Norwegian fellow. thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by DeadlyPaperBag View Post

You are quite right good sir!

The wait is finally over!

Here are some images I just took of the mounting for the H100 biggrin.gif hope it helps! and you guys will have to excuse the poor lighting in these pictures, it is night time in Norway ph34r-smiley.gif You should be able to get an idea anyhow though, hopefully, but here it goes: Pictures of h100 push/pull mounting (Click to show)

It all fits below the top case mesh piece! biggrin.gif







Some inside views





Here is some pictures of how the ofset mounting looks, and where I put the screws






Edit: I think this works really well! worth mentioning
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Woah, that looks like it's gonna look super nice after you paint it. Keep us posted.
aryt. i'll be welding it with tig so it would take time, not that pro, and i don't have spray paints available yet. maybe another 2 days and it's done. smile.gif
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need help from you guys.

so this is a psu cover i made awhile ago, i kept thinking that after i painted it black it would look so plain. now back to the question, would it be better to mount my hdd on the face of the cover or not??
Edited by ervhamzz213 - 4/4/13 at 3:23am
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So my Spectre Pro 200mm fan eventually turned up and guess what, its making a horrible grinding / rattling noise on and off frown.gif If you push the center of the fan it stops very breifly then starts again on / off all the time redface.gif Anyone else experienced this problem? Tried it from my fan controller and the molex adapter that comes with the fan.

Its a shame as it looks great and pushes loads of air but sounds horrible.

The two fan filters that came are good though so that's something i guess
Edited by Darylrese - 4/4/13 at 2:02pm
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Can anyone recommend me a decent quiet 120mm PWM fan for my side panel (apart from Noctua as they are too ugly!) Thinking if i can get a PWM fan that ramps up when im playing games i'll get the best of both worlds
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