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post #3051 of 3071 (permalink) Old 09-14-2017, 07:35 PM
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Hi man, are those fans are the SilverStone SST-FN123?
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post #3052 of 3071 (permalink) Old 09-19-2017, 11:53 PM
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Hi man, are those fans are the SilverStone SST-FN123?

http://silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=597&area=en

I bought them because they are smaller. Fit well. I actually had enough space to add two more 80mm fans at the back. dropped the temp -10c.
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post #3054 of 3071 (permalink) Old 10-03-2017, 10:01 PM
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Hi.

Started to build my new gaming rig.
I must do some minor mods tog get the kraken x52 to fit properly because there is only 51mm not 55mm where the radiator sits as many has stated. But the graphic card hasn't come yet so I have some time to make it.

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post #3055 of 3071 (permalink) Old 10-04-2017, 09:07 AM
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They are made from old cpu brackets. Had to make a cut on the inside of the sidepanel to make it fit.
Think it looks okey and I feel much calmer knowing that the radiator is secured

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post #3056 of 3071 (permalink) Old 10-04-2017, 12:15 PM
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Quick question.
Is this fine or do anyone think I need to lower the front fan?


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post #3057 of 3071 (permalink) Old 11-20-2017, 06:44 PM
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Does anyone know if the MSI GTX 1070 Seahawk will work in the 250D? Curious if the radiator will reach to the front of the case.
It works. I am using the EVGA 1080ti version.



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post #3058 of 3071 (permalink) Old 01-09-2018, 11:48 PM
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It has been a while since the last time I used my 250D.

Late last year I made the choice to get rid of my Intel 7700K MATX Air 240 build and go with a Ryzen ITX 250D one instead. Thing is, I wanted a Ryzen+ / Ryzen2 system but felt confident that if I purchased a motherboard today that it would work for the next gen processors. With that in mind I am using a 1300X as a place holder on a ASRock AB350 ITX board because it had the features I was looking for an a layout that made sense to me.

What I was not expecting was that using this board would allow me to put an H100i V2 along side it AND still be able to use the retention bracket. That is... until I wanted to swap out the fans. You see, here in 2018, I wanted everything to be RGB. Gone are my sticks of White LED Vengeance RAM and in its place are RGB ones. Along with that change I also tossed out the White LED SP120 fans for some HD120 ones. On the Corsair site they claim that each fan is 120x25mm when actuality the HD120s are much thicker. As a result the retention bracket had to be removed in order to make room for the new fans.

With any luck Corsair will release something along the lines of an "H100i PRO" since the new PRO line seems to be a few millimeters thinner in the radiator department. Until then this is what I have so far;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmIxBd0_bpc

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I'm thinking about upgrading my 4770k rig to an 8700k. I don't plan to go SLI, push overclocking boundaries, need 10 ssds, or really care at all what my rig looks like. I'm trying to think of a legitimate reason to switch away from the 250d, or a reason to switch to regular ATX, and I can't think of any. Am I missing something?

edit - Does anyone know if one of the new H115i Pros will fit?


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I'm thinking about upgrading my 4770k rig to an 8700k. I don't plan to go SLI, push overclocking boundaries, need 10 ssds, or really care at all what my rig looks like. I'm trying to think of a legitimate reason to switch away from the 250d, or a reason to switch to regular ATX, and I can't think of any. Am I missing something?

edit - Does anyone know of one of the new H115i Pros will fit?
Yo7 would have to look at the thickness of the rad and fans to check if it would fit, the case was kind of designed for a h100 so if it is the same dimensions it should. Also you have to consider where the tubes come out, like if they will hit the io on your mobo or front fan.
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