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I wanted PWM controlled fans for mine, which don't come in anything bigger than 140mm.

Problem solved!
It will have Akasa Viper fans on it once I get them in.

Wow, I really like that idea. Looks really cool, kinda like a headers coming out of a motor or something. Makes me wanna go do the same thing. What did you make the bracket out of??

I see you have the Apache fans, I have the Vipers and I think they rock. Just wish they were all black like the Apache fans. I have them for my 240 rad as exhaust fans. PWM for all 3 of my Rad fans, PWM FTW
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Please check out the Corsair owners club thread. There is TONS of info recently posted on watercooling.

I took a picture with measuring tap from top case to motheboard. It is approximately 1 inch. My GTX 240 hits the RAM. You need a radiator that is maximum of 1 inch if you do not want to do any modding.

You should think about putting a GTX 120 in the back rad slot with a 240 slim up top. I _THINK_ they should fit, but is ridiculously tight quarters.

I also have to agree, the fans that Corsair provided are pretty bad. I'm folding @ 100 CPU and with the side panel on I was getting 57C. After I swapped the top 200 for 2x 120mm scythe 1850s, AND the back exhaust fan. My temps are now MAX 49C on air.

I've got my entire water cooling setup here but I have to order a new top rad. There is no way in hell this 240 GTX will fit internally.
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I have a rs240 kit with a dd x flow 240 2 45 degree fittings and a mcw 80 and im running awesome temps at full load on both cpu and gpu and there both overclocked to boot... pics are in my buildlog just a fyi
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I have a rs240 kit with a dd x flow 240 2 45 degree fittings and a mcw 80 and im running awesome temps at full load on both cpu and gpu and there both overclocked to boot... pics are in my buildlog just a fyi
We are talking about a 600T, you have a Azza Solarno
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post #75 of 75
It's still a pic of the 2 rads if you remove the drive bays at the bottom it'll fit the same.And most it was info on the pump that comes with the rs kit and the rs kit in general.
Edited by solar0987 - 3/20/11 at 1:41pm
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