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post #101 of 1518 (permalink) Old 11-28-2011, 07:10 PM
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Is the H100 compatible with Fractal R3?

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post #102 of 1518 (permalink) Old 11-29-2011, 11:14 PM
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Silverstone, Raven RV-03
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Front drive bay, pulling air into case.
Completely fills drive bay area so no drives can be installed. Can only have a "push" configuration.

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post #103 of 1518 (permalink) Old 11-30-2011, 10:00 AM
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i have a very very old pc case, and thank god the h80 fits perfectly on it :

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it's a very old asus ta-d2

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planning on buying a better case to fit all my hardware, puting a 6990 and 460 (physx) inside this case makes it quite hot inside it....

i'm planning on getting a corsair 500r and upgrade my h80 to a h100. now i just wanna make sure, that i can easily put the h100 on 500r top fan place push pull configuration without the need of any modification right ??
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post #104 of 1518 (permalink) Old 12-05-2011, 02:17 AM - Thread Starter
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i have a very very old pc case, and thank god the h80 fits perfectly on it :
it's a very old asus ta-d2
planning on buying a better case to fit all my hardware, puting a 6990 and 460 (physx) inside this case makes it quite hot inside it....
i'm planning on getting a corsair 500r and upgrade my h80 to a h100. now i just wanna make sure, that i can easily put the h100 on 500r top fan place push pull configuration without the need of any modification right ??

H100 will be fine in the 500r. See this link https://www.overclock.net/t/1130705/2500k-corsair-500r-with-h100#post_15141048

This only shown in push or pull, but as you can see, an additional pair of fans can fit on top easy enough, but some fan guards would be reccomended.

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i've had this case for a little over 3 years and i can't remember the exact model of the ThermalTake Armor series.
no fitment issues. good clearances with the mobo.
i'm using the 2 fans that were included with the H80...are there better fans out there? with the same low noise, of course?
mid 30's overclocked, to me is great....air cooling may be cheaper, but at least we don't have a huge chunk of aluminum and copper hanging off of the socket.

Not sure of the exact model either, the front looks the same as a lot that I've seen, i could tell you with an image of the top.

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post #107 of 1518 (permalink) Old 12-06-2011, 04:36 PM
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H80 fits Silverstone TJ10 rear fan mount, tho when removing the mobo tray either the vertical support bar needs to be removed or the radiator needs to be removed first, as the rad hits the lip which the tray screws on to. Will also fit top fan mount with the Silverstone Rad support bar as well as the H100(should anyway, will know for sure when my H100 comes)

Probably obvious but it will be difficult to impossible to reach any connectors in the top left corner of the motherboard with the H80 mounted in the rear fan mount, even with the removable tray. May reduce airflow around vrm/mosfets.

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H80 fits Silverstone TJ10 rear fan mount, tho when removing the mobo tray either the vertical support bar needs to be removed or the radiator needs to be removed first, as the rad hits the lip which the tray screws on to. Will also fit top fan mount with the Silverstone Rad support bar as well as the H100(should anyway, will know for sure when my H100 comes)
Probably obvious but it will be difficult to impossible to reach any connectors in the top left corner of the motherboard with the H80 mounted in the rear fan mount, even with the removable tray. May reduce airflow around vrm/mosfets.

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Does anyone know if the H80 (push-pull) will fit in the 400r case?
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post #110 of 1518 (permalink) Old 12-08-2011, 05:26 PM
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Corsair H80

Fits in Fractal Design's Core 3000 case. I mounted it in the rear, the top works too, depending on how you want it setup.
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