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ok, I'll get better photos tomorrow when I can open up the windows for better lighting.
I didn't have to bend anything. The 5.25 bay has some holes or slits on the side and when you mount the hard drive they just line up. They don't move at all or make any sound and have to drives there that are constantly being accessed. The bay actually has like a little flap on the inside that the cd drive will normaly rest on and all I did was rest it on that and slide ( they slide really tight but just the right amount of space).
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interesting mounting method...are the drives secured at all or are they just wedged in there? If it can be secured I'd be tempted to try doing that to clean up my case a bit more. Unfortunately I do take my computer into my car sometimes so things need to be bolted down.

I take my computer for rides too and they have never moved or anything.
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ok, I'll get better photos tomorrow when I can open up the windows for better lighting.
I didn't have to bend anything. The 5.25 bay has some holes or slits on the side and when you mount the hard drive they just line up. They don't move at all or make any sound and have to drives there that are constantly being accessed. The bay actually has like a little flap on the inside that the cd drive will normaly rest on and all I did was rest it on that and slide ( they slide really tight but just the right amount of space).

Sweet, excellent idea mate,sounds like it works well thumb.gif

I am quick at replying most of the time, i keep a sharp eye on this thread as its full of amazing ideas and awesome people. There's just so many ideas with the 600T its great to share each others and learn of new ones you hadn't thought of like the above!
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post #9414 of 18196
I'm still finding my side intake fan to be a little noisy with the metal fan guard, I'm just being picky as its still quiet considering what i have in my build but it makes a weird droning noise with it fitted above 1200RPM.

I might experiment with the Piranha again as i'm convinced something must be to blame for every fan doing much worse than the AP-15 for cooling. Even if i keep the AP-15 at 1200RPM and it feels like its hardly pushing any air it still performs better than the Piranha at say 1900RPM which pushes a tonne of air and outperforms the AP-15 on paper by quite a margin. It doesn't make the slightest bit of sense.

I also get no gains what so ever by adding a fan next to the side of the GPU's like others have done which again doesn't make much sense. I literally can't get better temperatures no matter what i do. Even increasing the AP-15 to full speed gives no improvement in GPU Temperatures over running it at 1600RPM or below.

Same was found with making a more or less aggressive fan curve in EVGA Precision X. Readings are always almost identical no matter what is changed apart from using a different side fan which adds 7c to the temps of the top card only. The bottom one never gets cooler or hotter with different fans!

I'm baffled.
Edited by Darylrese - 4/19/13 at 4:12pm
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post #9415 of 18196
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1050 watts is pretty overkill for that setup, isn't it?

I was thinking I could get the HX850, but, a 1050 would be future proof if I want to do beefier GPU's/CPU/OC further down the line.
Edited by Digitaldreamer7 - 4/19/13 at 4:22pm
post #9416 of 18196
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Originally Posted by Darylrese View Post

Yeah that would look sweet man. You can pretty much do what you like with it, just cut to size / shape and go. I used Carbon film for mine, but any colour should be available on amazon or ebay etc

The use of coloured cable ties also have a great effect if your trying to get a colour scheme going. I've added blue detail to most parts in my setup by using ties. Also a little spray paint on visible screws go a long way to finishing a colour scheme.

Yeah, I'm getting red Bitfenix cables soon. I can't wait.

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Originally Posted by Darylrese View Post

I'm still finding my side intake fan to be a little noisy with the metal fan guard, I'm just being picky as its still quiet considering what i have in my build but it makes a weird droning noise with it fitted above 1200RPM.

I might experiment with the Piranha again as i'm convinced something must be to blame for every fan doing much worse than the AP-15 for cooling. Even if i keep the AP-15 at 1200RPM and it feels like its hardly pushing any air it still performs better than the Piranha at say 1900RPM which pushes a tonne of air and outperforms the AP-15 on paper by quite a margin. It doesn't make the slightest bit of sense.

I also get no gains what so ever by adding a fan next to the side of the GPU's like others have done which again doesn't make much sense. I literally can't get better temperatures no matter what i do. Even increasing the AP-15 to full speed gives no improvement in GPU Temperatures over running it at 1600RPM or below.

Same was found with making a more or less aggressive fan curve in EVGA Precision X. Readings are always almost identical no matter what is changed apart from using a different side fan which adds 7c to the temps of the top card only. The bottom one never gets cooler or hotter with different fans!

I'm baffled.

It's definitely baffling. It would be cool if you could set up some elaborate smoke test for the airflow in your case tongue.gif
post #9417 of 18196
does the fan on the side of the cards with the clear side panel on have any effect? I would think it would have little effect if any, I don't mean like you (Darylrese) have it with a hole on the side panel but without the hole.
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post #9418 of 18196
a couple of pages back there was someone asking about good radiator fans with white blades: thermaltake power logic fans!!!!
just so happens there are two for sale in the market place.
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Yeah haha! Is there really much difference between Push or Pull as compared to a Push Pull setup on the H100i? Because if theres really no difference I might just leave it as push intake and keep the remaining fans as spare...as much as I would like to do push pull, im just worried about the atx 8pin cable, ram and vram heatsinks coming in the way of being able to fit the fans there.

According to Corsair (Corsair George), in a lab test they got no temperature difference between a single fan setup and a push/pull setup on the H100 (I would assume it's due to the thin rad). However, if your case is bottle-necking the air flow, adding a second set of fans may have some effect. If I had known this at the time I bought my H100 I wouldn't have modded my case to get push/pull to work.
For people claiming it does make a difference, I would love to see some documented evidence (on the H100 or H100i).
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Agreed with Krullmeister, 1 - 3c at best on the H100 series, only worth it for looks if using the corsair fans with matching rings IMO

-Sparkles-

Good choice on the H100i. Arctic Arti-clean is the best thermal paste remover and cleaner, i have used it for years! It smells really good too haha

Yes the H100i will come with pre-applied thermal paste, i think its a schinistu variety so good stuff already on there. Just clean whats left over from your H80 and install the H100i pump.

You will want the SP120 as they are designed for static pressure and radiators. The AF120 will be of no use on the H100i radiator.

I'd suggest having the H100i fans as exhaust rather than intake as i have found ever plenty of testing the temperatures are better in this configuration

Last I heard here:

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showpost.php?p=523712&postcount=69

Corsair is now using Dow Corning TIM, which they claim is as effective as the Shin Etsu TIM they used on earlier coolers.

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the rear fan should always be exhaust to remove hot air produced by GPU's and other components. By having it as an intake, its literally just going to come into the case and get sucked straight back out by the H100. The hot air from the GPU's would then just circlulate inside the case and any hot air must then be extracted through the H100 aswell or be trapped resulting in high temperatures.

Below is a diagram of my airflow which is common Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I also have a side intake fan which isnt shown in this diagram

Actually, if you're using video cards that exhaust into the case instead of out the back of the case, there's nothing wrong with using the rear 120mm fan as intake. This will provide fresh cool air for the H100, and improve the odds of creating positive pressure inside the case.

There is no hard-set rule for how fans should be set up. It all depends on your components.

You could even make the system pull air in the back and top, and set the front 200mm fan to exhaust out the front (again, depending on what hardware you have inside):

http://www.overclock.net/t/831636/official-corsair-graphite-club/2010#post_13976813
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I use a vacuum, have used one for years. I don't go directly over the components with the vacuum; I put close to where I'm cleaning so it sucks up the loose dust particles and I use a soft brush to lightly go over some of the components. I do use canned air as well.

I service PCs for a living and I basically use the same stuff you do. First a vacuum, then a swiffer to do the metal chassis parts, the tops of drives and any large metal heatsinks. Next I use a compressor or canned air depending of how dirty the case still is (including blowing out the psu). Last I'll go over everything with micro fiber cloths. Works perfectly. I'll also use q-tips on the blades of fans if they are really dirty.

Someone posted these in the Hydro Series thread:

http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX37982

They got them in at our local Memory express store, so I picked one up. I've been using it at work, but on larger machines on service calls where I used to use a portable compressor. The portable compressor was only 100 psi, and only has a 2 gallon tank. It was OK, but you have to constantly stop working and wait for the tank to fill. With the electric duster, there's no waiting, it's very powerful and even easier to carry (I had an old camera bag that was large enough to hold it). Unfortunately it sounds like a full sized vacuum cleaner, but I suppose nothing is perfect. Also, you don't need a moisture filter which adds more cost to a smaller compressor (or you have to be very careful no moisture builds up in the tank).

When I'm in our shop I use the shop air compressor. It has a 60 gallon tank and does 150 psi.
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Ah did you? Sorry my bad. Its literally made of black card mate. I drew the box template, cut it out, covered it in carbon film and bent it into shape and sellotaped it together on the inside. Cost about £2 for the card, already had the rest. Its such a simple, cheap and effective mod. Again you could make this any colour you like by simply buying the right coloured card so you can match it to your build. Would look awesome in some of these black / white builds popping up in here.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







I did have to make a small cutout for the 8 pin power connector after taking these pics but other than that, its held in place by the rear exhaust fan, the capacitors on the motherboard and a few fan headers on the board thumb.gif No need for glue, sellotape or other fastenings.

That's awesome man. I bet you're great at wrapping xmas gifts....
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Yeah, I'm getting red Bitfenix cables soon. I can't wait.
It's definitely baffling. It would be cool if you could set up some elaborate smoke test for the airflow in your case tongue.gif

I did that with a borrowed cigarette. It's doesn't take long enough to smell up your case or anything, but it did let me see where the air is going.
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ok, I'll get better photos tomorrow when I can open up the windows for better lighting.
I didn't have to bend anything. The 5.25 bay has some holes or slits on the side and when you mount the hard drive they just line up. They don't move at all or make any sound and have to drives there that are constantly being accessed. The bay actually has like a little flap on the inside that the cd drive will normaly rest on and all I did was rest it on that and slide ( they slide really tight but just the right amount of space).

Heres a post I made about 8 months ago doing basically the same thing. Except for I mounted the HHD to my SSD via some adapters and mounted the SSD into an old gutted 5.25 CD-rom and mounted a fan to that. Worked great wasnt easy to work with after it was mounted, although there was some holes that lined up for one drive, I had to make a small cutout for the other.
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You mean like this??

img00057x.jpg

That is my HDD and SSD in my 5.25 bays. Turned sideways so the cables go out toward the back panel. Here is the link to some pictures of it. Attaching another photo of the old cdrom I tore apart to get the tray to mount the drives to.

I ended up wanting another HHD, so I just took one of my HDD cages that came with the case and cut it down to support only two drives and riveted it back together. Then I cut out the side of my 5.25 bay and stuck it into there so now I have everything up in there. Thinking about ditching it all for putting a 400mm radiator up front. I just love that idea of a wall sized radiator.
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