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dimensions of H70 fan and rad

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this has probably been asked before, but from the threads i have read so far, the dimensions dont seem right. from what i have read, the fan and rad are both 120mm, but as can be seen here, the radiator is clearly wider than the fan. i need the exact dimensions, otherwise the housing designed for it will either be too big, or too small.

i am currently working on a custom case which is essentially 2 meters long, and shaped like an aircraft wing. it also doubles up as a shelf. all the hardware will be housed inside the wing. the problem is with the CPU cooling, and the video cards. to solve this problem, i am also adding jet engines to this case. the first one will house the CPU cooling, which will be the H70, and the other will house the cards, or if it wont fit, just be an additional engine.

so going back to the H70, i need it to fit into one of the engines, but it needs to fit perfectly.
post #2 of 8
Let me google that for you good sir:

Radiator Size (mm): 120 x 50 <- the Radiator is 120mm,but the width is 50mm
Fan Dimensions (mm): 120 x 25 mm (per fan) <- width is 25mm, smaller than the rad's width.

These dimensions are correct.
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post #3 of 8
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i wouldnt be here if i got my answer from google...they do show those dimensions, but you can understand how i find it hard to believe that the rad is exactly the same as the fan when you look at this:



drawing those lines was unnecessary, but just in case we are talking about different things here...
post #4 of 8
Straight from Corsair:

Radiator:

Width: 120mm
Height: 152mm
Depth: 48mm

Pump/Block:

Height: 30mm
Diameter: 74mm
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perfect! thanks mate
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Quote:
Originally Posted by hiigaran View Post
drawing those lines was unnecessary, but just in case we are talking about different things here...
Those lines represent the depth.
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Wait, Why not buy the parts first before building the case? LOL
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post #8 of 8
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because i would rather get the general part of my case built first so that i can correct any mistakes. otherwise the hardware i buy would just sit and gather dust until my case was working. also, if i leave the hardware, my selected hardware might go down in price, even if it is only a little.

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Originally Posted by Draygonn View Post
Those lines represent the depth.
i thought that was the height - even though it looks like the width, but the water pipes on corsairs website shows them oriented in another way. to my understanding, the depth is either the length from the face of the first fan to the face of the rear fan, or the front face to the rear face of the rad.
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