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post #341 of 1518 (permalink) Old 02-27-2012, 12:15 PM
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Here'e my Thermaltake A60 with a H80. smile.gif
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post #342 of 1518 (permalink) Old 02-27-2012, 01:43 PM
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Antec 1200. Corsair H80
Mounted in rear bottom fan opening. Still running rear top fan as exhaust.
Would fit rear top by removing top 200mm fan and modding case.
Running 2x Scythe AP-15s in push pull as an exhaust.
Still experimenting with fan orientation.
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Well here are the pics!!

Unfortunately I cant use my top PCIE slot due to the minimal clearance. Not an issue now, but when I get more GPUs I will have to do some modding. wink.gif

I am going to try another reseat of the cooler. I think I can do a little better with the temps and get less of a temperature spread between each core.

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Well here are the pics!!
Unfortunately I cant use my top PCIE slot due to the minimal clearance. Not an issue now, but when I get more GPUs I will have to do some modding. wink.gif
I am going to try another reseat of the cooler. I think I can do a little better with the temps and get less of a temperature spread between each core.
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You can turn the H80 90 or 180 degrees and it will still work just fine.

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post #344 of 1518 (permalink) Old 02-28-2012, 01:25 PM
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You can turn the H80 90 or 180 degrees and it will still work just fine.

Thanks for the suggestion, but it wouldnt matter either way. If I rotated it 90 degrees I couldnt close the side of the case and it would probably hit some mosfet heatsinks on the other side. If I go 180 the end cap is still in the way..... Really the only option is to pull the top rear fan and rig up a mount to move the rad up a few cm.


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post #345 of 1518 (permalink) Old 03-02-2012, 11:35 PM
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H80 P/P DOES FIT in the REAR ofAntec 200 case, however, its a tight fit.

Mobo: GA-P55-UD3
Ram: Gskill-RipjawsZ ram w/ Turbulence II fan
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Update on my Thermaltake Overseer rx-i. Just installed a H100 push pull config with 2 200mm on top of that. Total of 6 fans cooling this baby.thumb.gif

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After a torture test with prime 95 maxed out at 53°C 1/2hr test at full load. i7 860 @2.80GHz 3.15GHz

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post #347 of 1518 (permalink) Old 03-06-2012, 10:28 PM - Thread Starter
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Update on my Thermaltake Overseer rx-i. Just installed a H100 push pull config with 2 200mm on top of that. Total of 6 fans cooling this baby.thumb.gif

Is that low profile RAM in there? If yes, would it still fit with something like Corsair Dominator with the larger heatsink????

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post #348 of 1518 (permalink) Old 03-07-2012, 04:21 PM
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Is that low profile RAM in there? If yes, would it still fit with something like Corsair Dominator with the larger heatsink????

Yes it is a low profile ram. I have a push pull config so a ram stick like the dominator might not fit. It may fit with just a push config and use the top 200mm fans to pull. But low profile ramm is what would most likely be needed in my opinion....... Posted a pic of the clearece to the fans from the ram sticks...... There is about 1/4" of clearance between the sticks and the fan

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It will fit with push/pull with dominator ram it will just be tight

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post #350 of 1518 (permalink) Old 03-07-2012, 11:10 PM - Thread Starter
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Thanks for the updates.. put a caveat on the OP that it MAY be HW dependant, don't want people whinging when they don't do the correct research!

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