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post #171 of 1518 (permalink) Old 01-03-2012, 12:23 AM
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Thanks, added this link to first post. I heard some rumours that Push/Pull may fit, if you do get one, and fancy giving it a go.... pics please biggrin.gif

will do thumb.gif push pull should definitely should fit because of the extra width of the case + the positioning of the 120mm fans, one of the main reasons i got the case, so when i go to watercool there are no hassles thumb.gif i should be able to fit, 120mm x 2 rad up top and a 140mm x 2 rad at the front with a small modification of the HDD cage biggrin.gif
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Any pics of the install?

Sure, I can take one right now o.o

Here you go! Also my first wire management try lol...kinda sloppy!
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Sure, I can take one right now o.o
Here you go! Also my first wire management try lol...kinda sloppy!

Thanks, link added to your post on OP.

BTW, the cable management is okay, i've seen far worse, at least it is practical.
Get yourself some black sata cables and maybe something to hide all those cables from what I assume is a fan controller. You could hide them away with some cable ties in one of the spare 5.25" bays.


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Thanks, link added to your post on OP.
BTW, the cable management is okay, i've seen far worse, at least it is practical.
Get yourself some black sata cables and maybe something to hide all those cables from what I assume is a fan controller. You could hide them away with some cable ties in one of the spare 5.25" bays.

I see..I'll remember that lol ty.

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According to Rosewills own site, it is supported, 3rd paragraph in the list of features here:
http://www.rosewill.com/products/1828/productDetail.htm
Do me a favour though, if you do get one, post some pics of the install here so i can update the list on the initial thread. Thanks

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Just as an aside for all H-series uses...

I took down my H100 Push/pull (intake) for a clean the other day and the rad was caked in dust. Ive only had it for 6 months.

Conventional fan filters can be hard to obtain or fit, so I grabbed a pair of my wifes old black stocking socks and placed those over the intake fans... works a treat. And the temps went down with out all that dust on the rad.

Even now, after a few days, there is a fine covering of dust on the 'filters'.

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Pic of my setup prior to popping the stockings over the fans.

I'd really recommend this tip for all H series owners using an intake configuration thumb.gif

If anyone is interested, I can take a pic of the 'filters' in action when I get home tonight.


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Here's my update of how I installed the RAD in the Cooler Master 690 II Advanced

RED circles = Stock Corsair H100 screws (2 per shroud)
BLUE circles = 6-32 1 1/2" machine screws with washer and nut's (2 per fan)
YELLOW circles = Regular fan screws (2 per fan)

As you can see there is a little gap between the fans and shrouds and the shrouds just sit right on the BLUE screws that are helping hold the fans on the bottom of the case.

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Here's my update of how I installed the RAD in the Cooler Master 690 II Advanced
RED circles = Stock Corsair H100 screws (2 per shroud)
BLUE circles = 6-32 1 1/2" machine screws with washer and nut's (2 per fan)
YELLOW circles = Regular fan screws (2 per fan)
As you can see there is a little gap between the fans and shrouds and the shrouds just sit right on the BLUE screws that are helping hold the fans on the bottom of the case.

thumb.gif Yep, thats how mine is secured. (see above post)

I also wrapped black electrical tape around that gap between the shrouds and the fans. It helps with maintaining the pressure and keeping dust out.

It may be a lil tricky for you to do that, given the location of your rad.



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Adding tape around it doesn't drop my temps at all, maybe if it was a tighter fin RAD that needs the higher static pressure though.



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Here's my update of how I installed the RAD in the Cooler Master 690 II Advanced
RED circles = Stock Corsair H100 screws (2 per shroud)
BLUE circles = 6-32 1 1/2" machine screws with washer and nut's (2 per fan)
YELLOW circles = Regular fan screws (2 per fan)
As you can see there is a little gap between the fans and shrouds and the shrouds just sit right on the BLUE screws that are helping hold the fans on the bottom of the case.

Looks good, link added to OP. Did you compare temps with push pull? Also, how are you controlling the fans?
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Just as an aside for all H-series uses...
I took down my H100 Push/pull (intake) for a clean the other day and the rad was caked in dust. Ive only had it for 6 months.
Conventional fan filters can be hard to obtain or fit, so I grabbed a pair of my wifes old black stocking socks and placed those over the intake fans... works a treat. And the temps went down with out all that dust on the rad.
Even now, after a few days, there is a fine covering of dust on the 'filters'.
Pic of my setup prior to popping the stockings over the fans.
I'd really recommend this tip for all H series owners using an intake configuration thumb.gif
If anyone is interested, I can take a pic of the 'filters' in action when I get home tonight.

I'd really appreciate some more pics of the kinky filters, both for myself and the thread!

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