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post #9571 of 18197
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Originally Posted by Devious Dog View Post

All you need to remove the rivets is a drill, 1/8th drill bit and pliers, you should be able to borrow the drill and pliers from someone and a 1/8th drill bit will only cost like $2. I would ensure your drill bit is a grade called High speed steel (HSS) as this will last a lot longer and will not dull as quick. Then just drill through the head of the rivet with the drill bit, you might need to hold the back of the rivet with the pliers to stop it from spinning around, take it nice and slow as the rivets Corsair use are just aluminium ones and you will cut through them like butter.

If you are not concerned with the fans being in perfect alignment with the front whole then just place the fan on the front and mark the wholes for the screws and purchase some M3x30mm screws and nuts, you might need some small washers for the head of the screws to hold the against the fans. Please remember to counter punch the center mark of where you are going to drill, this will stop the drill bit from sliding around on the steel front, you can use a large nail and hammer if you dont have a center punch tool.

Just remember, if your skill level or confidence is low.. just practice on some scrap metal.

I hope this helps.. thumb.gif I would not go through the pain of cutting the plastic around the controller board and then having to cut the top part of the case. Just drill 8 new holes in the front of your case and have the fan off center from the front hole. And if you dont like you can always rivet it all back together with some 4.1 rivets.

Oh yeah, I also don't have that size drill bit. But if you have it it'd be super easy!

Also, thank Devious for this mod, as he came up with the idea.
post #9572 of 18197
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Originally Posted by Devious Dog View Post

All you need to remove the rivets is a drill, 1/8th drill bit and pliers, you should be able to borrow the drill and pliers from someone and a 1/8th drill bit will only cost like $2. I would ensure your drill bit is a grade called High speed steel (HSS) as this will last a lot longer and will not dull as quick. Then just drill through the head of the rivet with the drill bit, you might need to hold the back of the rivet with the pliers to stop it from spinning around, take it nice and slow as the rivets Corsair use are just aluminium ones and you will cut through them like butter.

If you are not concerned with the fans being in perfect alignment with the front whole then just place the fan on the front and mark the wholes for the screws and purchase some M3x30mm screws and nuts, you might need some small washers for the head of the screws to hold the against the fans. Please remember to counter punch the center mark of where you are going to drill, this will stop the drill bit from sliding around on the steel front, you can use a large nail and hammer if you dont have a center punch tool.

Just remember, if your skill level or confidence is low.. just practice on some scrap metal.

I hope this helps.. thumb.gif I would not go through the pain of cutting the plastic around the controller board and then having to cut the top part of the case. Just drill 8 new holes in the front of your case and have the fan off center from the front hole. And if you dont like you can always rivet it all back together with some 4.1 rivets.

Thanks alot. I actually have all the tools. I just like to make sure I know what I'm getting into before I start. I get what I call the modding jitters.
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post #9573 of 18197
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On a different subject, did you all watch Linus' video on the Swiftech H220? Pretty out there results, beating the H100i by over 15 degrees. Can that be right?

Also, Corsair PWM fans available now. Anyone getting them? I'm planning on getting a pair for my V6GT and eventual H100i. Or H220, if these results are to be trusted...

I agree that the higher FPI h100i probably doesnt mesh well with fans at low speed. regardless of how glorious the Noctuas are. Plus with the low speed fans, the H220 pump is much more powerful.

I have experience with both the h100i and the H220. The h220 with GTs at full speed beats the H100i with the included SP120 full speed by about 3C. I dont have to tell you which one's quieter. With the H220 and Helix fans, they're almost the same, 1-2C cooler in favor of H220. Helix fans dont have that great of a static pressure.

overall, i would prefer the H220, as it has enabled my current setup.
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post #9574 of 18197
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I agree that the higher FPI h100i probably doesnt mesh well with fans at low speed. regardless of how glorious the Noctuas are. Plus with the low speed fans, the H220 pump is much more powerful.

I have experience with both the h100i and the H220. The h220 with GTs at full speed beats the H100i with the included SP120 full speed by about 3C. I dont have to tell you which one's quieter. With the H220 and Helix fans, they're almost the same, 1-2C cooler in favor of H220. Helix fans dont have that great of a static pressure.

overall, i would prefer the H220, as it has enabled my current setup.

Yeah, unless Corsair comes out with answer to it, it looks like the H220 is what I'll eventually be getting. It's still a bit a long ways off for me though, so we'll see.
post #9575 of 18197
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Yeah, unless Corsair comes out with answer to it, it looks like the H220 is what I'll eventually be getting. It's still a bit a long ways off for me though, so we'll see.

I really doubt Corsair will come out with something to compete with the h220. They are two completely different AIO's and appeal to two different audiences. But who knows, Corsair might surprise us.
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post #9576 of 18197
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Thats the thing. I need it to drop by 10 degrees. I cant overclock my Titan at all due to thermal limits. It can do 1202/1877 in Valley 1.0 when below 80c. But I had to max the GPU fan out at 85 and open up the cases from both sides to get temps below 80c, and even then it doesnt stay below that limit for two back to back benchmark runs. Such a waste of potential GPU power!
Trust me, I do too! here's a sample of what I wanted mine to look like. (found it here on OCN)


But I'm nowhere near getting mine to look that good! I'll post a current picture of my case in a few hours and maybe you guys can suggest accordingly.

Thanks a lot to everyone! smile.gif

 

 

That is my photo... 

 

._.

 
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post #9577 of 18197
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That is my photo... 

._.

I have to say, I laughed harder at that than I should have. lachen.gif
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I have to say, I laughed harder at that than I should have. lachen.gif

 

What's so funny?

 
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What's so funny?

I don't know, there was just something about he whole situation. Plus I was thinking as he posted that, "someone is going to recognize it".

heh....
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I don't know, there was just something about he whole situation. Plus I was thinking as he posted that, "someone is going to recognize it".

heh....

 

Oh right I just reread my post... I know what did you mean now. I chucked.

 
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