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So I got bored and decided to hide some of my drives, I am still looking for a more creative solution for the 3.5 other then the adapter I made out of an old hd cooler. I remember seeing some type of enclosure that looked like a heatsink mounted to the floor of the case in this thread somewhere, anyone know what I'm talking about and where to get one?

here is a gallery of 3 pics, I don't feel like resizing.

http://imgur.com/a/LrfTv

That is called a scythe himuro. You should be able to buy it in most hardware stores
post #7592 of 15983
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Originally Posted by athlon 64 View Post

That is called a scythe himuro. You should be able to buy it in most hardware stores

Thanks for the info, after the post I went back some pages and found it smile.gif
post #7593 of 15983
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has anyone mounted a h100i in front of the R4 ? i want to but it looks like the tubes are too short .
my R4 atm, want to add a water cooler but i don't want to remove the sound things covering the top and the side panel ,that gpu temporary waiting for my 7970.
don't mind the mess .

Yeah it's possible. All you have to do is move the bottom HDD tray a couple of inches back. Also, make sure you line the fan cables correctly, because the bottom fan will not reach the Corsair Link port unless it's placed properly.
post #7594 of 15983
Just picked up a Fractal Design Arc midi R2. What awesome case! Any you guys using Corsair AF 140mm fans in the front? Hows the noise floor? I got set NZXT FZ140mm man are they noisy! I'm thinking about taking them back..
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No, it"s on the bottom , all the heat from yours 7970 will rise up where the cpu cooler is. It"s not about being* a pc person, it"s just logics.

I always thought that gpu pushes air down, now i know thanks.


@the others i will see how my temps are with the evo 212 when i get my gpu should be here on tuesday, if its a bit high i guess i will buy the h100i was going to buy the h220 but always out of stock .

still decorating but slowly~ik bad cable management still waiting for some other things new desk etc etc.
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I always thought that gpu pushes air down, now i know thanks.

It pushes the air where its fans push it. Which is often sideways first on non-reference cards. Reference cards push air out of the case. PCB gets hot and heats the air around it, and that air goes where other fans push it or straight up if there are no fans. That poster just refuses to read other relevant posts a couple pages back and reiterates misinformation.
   
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Crucial m4 Hitachi TravelStar 2.5" SATA III Intel 330  BitFenix Recon fan controller 
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Crucial m4 Hitachi TravelStar 2.5" SATA III Intel 330  BitFenix Recon fan controller 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Corsair H100i Scythe Gentle Typhoon AP-14 x 4 (radiator front... Phanteks 140mm fan (exhaust) Fractal Design R2 Silent 140mm fan (bottom intake) 
OSOSOSMonitor
Windows 7 Professional 64-bit Windows 8 Professional 64-bit (trying it out) Linux Mint Achieva ShiMian 27" IPSB (tempered glass) 
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Here are a few shots of my completed build in the Fractal Arc Midi R2:



It looks a bit crowded with the shrouds installed, but I've found that they help quite a bit at lower fan speeds, both with noise & with cooling.
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Here are a few shots of my completed build in the Fractal Arc Midi R2:



It looks a bit crowded with the shrouds installed, but I've found that they help quite a bit at lower fan speeds, both with noise & with cooling.

Looks like Schecter in background... Awesome build btw! Looks epic.
post #7599 of 15983
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Here are a few shots of my completed build in the Fractal Arc Midi R2:



It looks a bit crowded with the shrouds installed, but I've found that they help quite a bit at lower fan speeds, both with noise & with cooling.

I love'n it. smile.gif
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I was always wondering does a single 140mm rad really make any temp difference or people just put in in for the sake of filling empty space in the chassis and for the looks as just clutters up the chassis.
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