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any one know how to take apart a nzxt fz 140 fan?
Here's a guide for you: http://www.overclock.net/t/1241140/nzxt-fz-series-fan-blade-removal-paint-guide thumb.gif
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thx
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I just readed through of the last 250 pages of this thread, mostly watching the pictures.

It was very interesting.
I quite envy you that are able to customize the cases in this amazing way.

I was planning to put a 420 rad on top of my phantom but for now cooling with water the 2 gtx680 isn't worth much performancewise.

I keep following this thread.

Good job guys
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Originally Posted by qiplayer View Post

I just readed through of the last 250 pages of this thread, mostly watching the pictures.

It was very interesting.
I quite envy you that are able to customize the cases in this amazing way.

I was planning to put a 420 rad on top of my phantom but for now cooling with water the 2 gtx680 isn't worth much performancewise.

I keep following this thread.

Good job guys

If you do try the 420 route make sure you measure twice because they huge radiators. I have two in my other rig. there isn't much room above the motherboard.
post #13895 of 15204
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If you do try the 420 route make sure you measure twice because they huge radiators. I have two in my other rig. there isn't much room above the motherboard.
Yeah! Thanks for the advice.

For the lenght and large width the actual 280 magiccool radiator fits perfectly.
But the idea was to put 2 fan above under the cover (I already have this setup for the 280), then under the fans the 420 rad, then 3 fans and under them the 280 radiator with other 2 fans.
Practically a sandwich with 2 burgers wink.gif

But yeah I must calculate very well how and what to put first.
I did some measurements and the ram blocks are almost in the way.

Right now I sent the psu to repair and I'm gonna do the same for the mobo.
So I will look at this only when everything is back and in the case I put same biiig and hot gpu's to replace my 680's.
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I'll check out dimensions tonight when I get home and see what I can find out for ya.

Were you able to find out about the E-ATX boards?
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I got a question Does the Corsair H100 regular version fit the NZXT 820 version case? Can it be mounted on the top with no problems? No modding involved i hope? Cuz i plan on getting a new case asasp.
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Originally Posted by Joel18 View Post

Finished my Phantom build smile.gif










very beautiful case! if it was me i would have installed the Rad around the other way and have the tubes avoid the exhaust fan but that's just me plus i have no idea on your Ram clearance with that installation. However your case looks so shiny as heck. You didn't custom paint it or did you just polish it? So beautiful! lol.
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LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

While i think the colors look cool cuz it has a Tron feel but this is NOT real. You clearly need to learn how to set your camera settings right. That isn't a real photo dude. You clearly pressed something on your camera. Fix it again and post proper pictures.
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Originally Posted by basumba01 View Post

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

While i think the colors look cool cuz it has a Tron feel but this is NOT real. You clearly need to learn how to set your camera settings right. That isn't a real photo dude. You clearly pressed something on your camera. Fix it again and post proper pictures.

It's called inversion. There are a lot of photographers that use Inverse photography. He doesn't need to reshoot anything, it's fine the way it is.
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