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Ah, so there will be room for the res but not to be fitted, not a problem, I will have it on top of my pump as it looks like there will be room. Thanks biggrin.gif
post #12992 of 16282
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Originally Posted by Joe-Gamer View Post

Ah, so there will be room for the res but not to be fitted, not a problem, I will have it on top of my pump as it looks like there will be room. Thanks biggrin.gif
see how the gpus in that picture doesnt extend much past the mobo? Thats important. Ref 980ti should be fine though.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7-4790K 4.8ghz @ 1.245v Asus Maximus Hero VI 4GB Asus Strix GTX 980 Gskil Trident 2400 CL10 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
128GB sandisk extreme SSD 2 tb Western digital media intel 530 128 gb SSD EK Coolstream 360mm PE Rad  
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
EK FC980 Strix Water Block swiftech MCP-35X EK XRES 140 DDC Top Gentle typhoon AP-15 X 3 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Fractal Design 140mm 1000RPM X3 Fractal Design Venturi High Flow Series 140mm F... Bitspower DDC Heatsink Black EK Coolstream XTC 140mm Rad 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
EK Supremecy MX  WIN 10 AOC 2460 144hz 1080p Hcman Mechanical  
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Seasonic G-750  Fractal Design R5 G200 logitech  
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4770k 4.5ghz @1.29v asus z87-A EVGA 4gb GTX 970 FTW 1510mhz 8000mem 1.23v Adata XPG 8GB @ 2400mhz 11-13-13-35-1 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
OCZ VERTEX 3 90GB 1tb 7200 Seagate hybrid  D5 vario Primo chill 120mm D5 Compression Res 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Swiftech MCR-320 XP 360mm rad Swiftech MCR-320 XP 120mm rad EK Supreme LTX Cpu block Biitspower ACX GTX 970 Water block 
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post #12993 of 16282
Sounds like you have the case and rad. Don't you a have a tape measure?
post #12994 of 16282
he said it was in the mail. lol

My r5 build is in sig.
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CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
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CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Fractal Design 140mm 1000RPM X3 Fractal Design Venturi High Flow Series 140mm F... Bitspower DDC Heatsink Black EK Coolstream XTC 140mm Rad 
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OCZ VERTEX 3 90GB 1tb 7200 Seagate hybrid  D5 vario Primo chill 120mm D5 Compression Res 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Swiftech MCR-320 XP 360mm rad Swiftech MCR-320 XP 120mm rad EK Supreme LTX Cpu block Biitspower ACX GTX 970 Water block 
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
128GB sandisk extreme SSD 2 tb Western digital media intel 530 128 gb SSD EK Coolstream 360mm PE Rad  
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
EK FC980 Strix Water Block swiftech MCP-35X EK XRES 140 DDC Top Gentle typhoon AP-15 X 3 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Fractal Design 140mm 1000RPM X3 Fractal Design Venturi High Flow Series 140mm F... Bitspower DDC Heatsink Black EK Coolstream XTC 140mm Rad 
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EK Supremecy MX  WIN 10 AOC 2460 144hz 1080p Hcman Mechanical  
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Seasonic G-750  Fractal Design R5 G200 logitech  
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post #12995 of 16282
Well I will but a few pics up when the case arrives should be done on the 22nd.
post #12996 of 16282
Awwww my bad. I took "in the post atm" to mean a post on here. And then my 3 worn out brain cells still didn't pick up on the the price paid for the Monsta verse's possible location and verbage. DUH!
post #12997 of 16282
Hi guys!
I want to make my Fractal R4 was quieter and I can`t select fan for case, I thought about BitFenix Spectre Pro 140mm, but I don`t know how many fans I should use for good cooling and silence.
What I have:
Fractal Design Define R4
i7-3770k@4.5
Zalman CNPS10X
MSI Z77A-G43
RAM 4x4@2200MHz
MSI GTX 980ti@1500/8308
OCZ Vertex 4 128 Gb
HDD WD 1 Tb Blue
750W OCZ ZS

And now I installed just 2 stock fans for blowing front panel and 1 cheap fan for blow on rear panel.
post #12998 of 16282
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Originally Posted by Joe-Gamer View Post

Can you fit a reservoir in the mounting grid with your 120mm thick setup? I have the reference 980Ti btw.

No but you can mount it to the fan or rad with a reservoir clamp set ad bracket. The one by bitspower is low profile and cheap.
post #12999 of 16282
Not sure if I need to post this here, but need some help with my Fractal R4 and airflow. Since buying the GTX980Ti I have noticed airflow isn't optimal since the card is getting pretty hot. I currently have it installed like this : 1 140mm intake front (top), 2 x 140mm outtake top, 1x 140mm outtake back. CPU cooler with 120mm fan blowing through the cooler towards back.

I'm looking for the optimal cooling situation to keep the GPU cool(er). So I can swap fans around, got some extra 140mm's too. Some things to keep in mind :

* using the sidepanel fan is out of the question since the honeycomb grill makes the fan annoyingly loud
* I tried putting a 140mm in the bottom sucking air in, did not seem to make any difference. I suppose that's logical, the bottom fan is blowing air in but the fans of the videocard are blowing that cool air back down

Any thing worth trying? Changing fan intake/outtake? Adding or removing fans? Open to advice!

btw: I use the fractal fan controller for the 140mm fans, ususally at position 2 of 3.
post #13000 of 16282
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Originally Posted by lapino View Post

Not sure if I need to post this here, but need some help with my Fractal R4 and airflow. Since buying the GTX980Ti I have noticed airflow isn't optimal since the card is getting pretty hot. I currently have it installed like this : 1 140mm intake front (top), 2 x 140mm outtake top, 1x 140mm outtake back. CPU cooler with 120mm fan blowing through the cooler towards back.

I'm looking for the optimal cooling situation to keep the GPU cool(er). So I can swap fans around, got some extra 140mm's too. Some things to keep in mind :

* using the sidepanel fan is out of the question since the honeycomb grill makes the fan annoyingly loud
* I tried putting a 140mm in the bottom sucking air in, did not seem to make any difference. I suppose that's logical, the bottom fan is blowing air in but the fans of the videocard are blowing that cool air back down

Any thing worth trying? Changing fan intake/outtake? Adding or removing fans? Open to advice!

btw: I use the fractal fan controller for the 140mm fans, ususally at position 2 of 3.

All my fans are Noctua's and all are 120mm.

I have 2 fans in the front as intake.(F12)
1 fan on the bottom as intake (F12)
1 fan in the back as exhaust (S12a)
1 fan on the side panel (S12a)

I have all of the fans setup at a particular RPM's rather than a curve.

The side fan as long as its at or below 800RPM is completely silent.

I then have a very small fan curve setup on the 980 ti.
Edited by JynxLee - 7/19/15 at 1:46pm
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