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post #641 of 2861 (permalink) Old 04-17-2014, 03:25 AM
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Guys,is it possible to put a H60 for the cpu on the top left side exhaust fan? And what's the difference between SP 120 and AF 120 Fans? If I'm going to mount it on top. Im Sorry to act like a noob but it's going to be my first build, so i need your assistance and experience
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What motherboard are you planning on using? CPU socket placement plays a large part in the AIO fit, well, air cooler fit also actually.

Edit: Nevermind, just saw that your looking at the Hadron. No info for you, won't touch the case and have no experience with it as such, carry on.
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What motherboard are you planning on using? CPU socket placement plays a large part in the AIO fit, well, air cooler fit also actually.

Edit: Nevermind, just saw that your looking at the Hadron. No info for you, won't touch the case and have no experience with it as such, carry on.
LOL, that was... Disappointing... Why? You hate it or what? And I'm gonna put a i5 4670k and Asus Z87I Deluxe
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Just realized my NAS I've had for a while fits this description tongue.gif

~14.45L
No picture of it yet but I'll have to take one later tongue.gif


This > http://www.u-nas.com/xcart/product.php?productid=17617 is an okay case - not the best but definitely not the worst.
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I only saw a 6 second difference in the boot times, definitely not enough difference for me to put it on my system.
I don't have an SSD maybe that's why its so noticeable for me. I just stay on the desktop side,works well for me. Also the search is much better in 8.1 than 7,another plus for me. Another thing is to give your usual apps default, coz windows 8 insists on using its apps for whatever ridiculous reason. Hope that helps.

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Guys,is it possible to put a H60 for the cpu on the top left side exhaust fan? And what's the difference between SP 120 and AF 120 Fans? If I'm going to mount it on top. Im Sorry to act like a noob but it's going to be my first build, so i need your assistance and experience

I did a little research on the Hadron, according to Corsair there is no mounting point in the 'Air' version for a radiator, it will contact the motherboard I guess. In the 'Hydro' version it will fit a 120 or 240 in the roof.
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I did a little research on the Hadron, according to Corsair there is no mounting point in the 'Air' version for a radiator, it will contact the motherboard I guess. In the 'Hydro' version it will fit a 120 or 240 in the roof.
And what about the fans?
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Mercury S3 is too big to be considered SFF right? Anyone know the volume off hand?



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And what about the fans?

In my experience, high static pressure is not a big deal on a thin all-in-one style radiator. I would still go SP but I'd be surprised if we're talking about more than 2C difference.
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Mercury S3 is too big to be considered SFF right? Anyone know the volume off hand?

A tad over 38 liters...

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