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post #131 of 1518 (permalink) Old 12-21-2011, 07:43 PM
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Just installed a H80 in a Antec Eleven Hundred case.

http://www.antec.com/Believe_it/product.php?id=NzA0NTA1&lan=us

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Lame Droid X pic.. and more cable mgmnt required.. but

H80 with both Push / Pull Inside TJ08-E

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Just installed a H80 in a Antec Eleven Hundred case.
http://www.antec.com/Believe_it/product.php?id=NzA0NTA1&lan=us

Do you have pics of the install?

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H80 fits at the back or upper site of an Antec P183 V3 case, no H100 however
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Any pics of the install?

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Thread updated, if i missed any posts then let me know!

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I don't have a pic on hand to prove it at the moment, but I have an h100 p/p in my Corsair 500r. It is most definitely a tight fit however, bottom fan hang precariously over VRM heatsink of CHVF with less than 1mm clearance.

WOuld really liks to see a pic if you have one, would help a lot of people if the fit is really tight. Thanks

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H100 came in, fits perfectly in the top dual fan mount of the TJ10(it would also fit in the top fan mount of the TJ09, as both cases are structurally exactly the same). The radiator bracket hasn't arrived yet tho, so its just twist-tied to where the bracket would go.

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The H80(the H100 in push/pull is about the same thickness as the H80 with just one fan) would fit in the top mount(will require bracket or will need to be tied/screwed on to the tool-less fan mount) as well in either a push or pull configuration but not push/pull
*you may be able to do push/pull depending on your motherboard layout, such as some AMD boards, but on most Intel motherboards in push/pull it will hit either the memory slots or processor/pump.*

On installing the H100 properly it was found that it will not fit as perfectly in a p/p on motherboards with the cpu or any connections running along the top edge.

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That may be a problem.

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Slim height fans would work however > 120mmx12mm - 120mmx20mm- Frozen-cpu

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Yes I do.. I will uploaded it... (later on)

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old case : thermaltake armor

new case : Cooler Master Silencio

no fitment issues with the H80, perfect fit. with the H80 on the lowest fan setting and the sides on and the front panel closed...it's dead silent from a few feet away.

the case came with a fan in the rear 120mm place, but i re-located that to the front along with the fan already there. i think i will probably have to get higher output fans, these seem kinda weak.

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I can't 100% confirm the H80 specifically, but the CoolIt Eco 120 mm Rad fits perfectly fine in the front of the Fractal Design Core 1000 in Push Pull, but you lost the vertical HDD mounting.

I was still able to mount 2 SSD's on the vertical HDD mount, and the HDD's in the optical drive bays.

So I see no problem with the H80 fitting in the Fractal Design Core 1000.



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