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post #181 of 1518 (permalink) Old 01-05-2012, 05:30 AM
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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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post #182 of 1518 (permalink) Old 01-05-2012, 01:33 PM
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I'd really appreciate some more pics of the kinky filters, both for myself and the thread!

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Ill take a couple of pics and post them when I get home from work tonight.

Im thinking about making a filter cover using the stockings. Its still a concept-in-my-head ATM and Im guessing its going to be pretty ghetto but we'll see tongue.gif


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Ill take a couple of pics and post them when I get home from work tonight.
Im thinking about making a filter cover using the stockings. Its still a concept-in-my-head ATM and Im guessing its going to be pretty ghetto but we'll see tongue.gif

Quite easy actually if you think, if you have fan guards on both sides of the H100 fans, the stocking can go all the way round using the corsair screws to keep it in place, guards are cheap.... one possibility anyway!

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Just installed my H80 in the rear of my Antec 900. Can't put the side panel on unless you cut one of the side panel fan mount clips off. I'll post a pic when I get off of work.



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Quite easy actually if you think, if you have fan guards on both sides of the H100 fans, the stocking can go all the way round using the corsair screws to keep it in place, guards are cheap.... one possibility anyway!

That how its sort of now smile.gif

Im thinking of a box type setup that sits over the fan and rads;

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Would an H80 fir in an Azza Solano 1000
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Would an H80 fit in an Azza Solano 1000
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I don't have one(an H100, that is), and I can't find a picture of an H100, but here is a link with a 240mm watercooling loop in an Xigmatek Utgard.

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Heres my h80 in my CM Elite 430.... 501
Sorry about the flash btw, point and shoot fail

As you can tell, its CRAMPED, I wasn't even able to use all 4 screws (only 2) because the CPU block was just in the way (the second fan ends up resting on the pump, but works just fine really), it also covered my CPU power connector, make sure you plug your cable in before you install the rad. . . other than that, its a tight, tight fit, but it works if you have the case, just make sure everything will line up before you install it thumb.gif

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Just installed my H80 in the rear of my Antec 900. Can't put the side panel on unless you cut one of the side panel fan mount clips off. I'll post a pic when I get off of work.

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