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post #31 of 39
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found this out when I tried using some as sli connectors for my fermis. I went with the more expensive route of an sli bridge block
What did you find out? :O
post #32 of 39
Yeah, those bridge blocks are nice. I really like your 800D, one of my favs.

If you have any queries you could email EK like adamlau said. I'm sure they'd be more then happy to answer your questions.
post #33 of 39
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Yeah, those bridge blocks are nice. I really like your 800D, one of my favs.

If you have any queries you could email EK like adamlau said. I'm sure they'd be more then happy to answer your questions.
Already sent thanks guys, once again.
post #34 of 39
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I suppose in the mean time, do any of you know which fans on the LittleDevil PC-V8 are designed as intake and which are exhaust?
post #35 of 39
Front intake, top exhaust is usually best as it pertains to case flow. Then front intake, back exhaust.
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post #36 of 39
If you get the a LittleDevil I'll be sooooooooooo jealous!

Those things are reeeeeeeally nice.
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Front intake, top exhaust is usually best as it pertains to case flow. Then front intake, back exhaust.
Thank you thank you

The case has 2x140mm in the front if I recall correctly. It has 4x120mm up top, 1x120mm and 1x92mm in the back.

Seems like not a lot of intake but a lot of exhaust. Is that how it should be?
post #38 of 39
The way I see it, the vertical fans would all be installed as intake to support both case flow and cool air to the exhausting top and bottom rads. It is all in how you set up your custom loop .
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What did you find out? :O
too wide, interfered with the pcb.
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