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post #401 of 1518 (permalink) Old 05-12-2012, 08:01 AM
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It is nexus 1000rpm fan, I think it is this one here
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835610006
I bought it couple of years back and not at home to confirm it.

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Cool thread. Can't believe I didn't see it as I was just shopping for a new case plus H100. Anyways the H100 fits in the top of the Corsair 550D. I have it in push. I saw someone with push pull but that all depends on your mobo heatsinks. Don't think it would work on mine.

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I am doing a mATX build for a friend and am just wondering if anybody knows if the Define Mini will fit a H80 to the rear fan mount? I'm pretty sure it would, but if anybody could give any info that would be great, and +rep biggrin.gif

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post #404 of 1518 (permalink) Old 05-13-2012, 08:03 AM
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I am doing a mATX build for a friend and am just wondering if anybody knows if the Define Mini will fit a H80 to the rear fan mount? I'm pretty sure it would, but if anybody could give any info that would be great, and +rep biggrin.gif

Well it doesn't quite make it into the Thermaltake V4

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If I remember correctly, when I tried it, there wasn't enough height to properly line up the mounts with the case and the rad/fan, plus it will extend quite a bit over the motherboard, even it it did fit, not sure if it would clear any VRM heatsinks/cpu socket etc.

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But it does look like there's a little bit more space between the top of the fan and roof of the case, so maybe it will make it in there.

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^^^ Thank you for your input, that is some good food for thought. I would'nt want to order it and just hope it squeezes in with the motherboard installed etc, am I correct in thinking the H60/70 are narrower than the H80? Thank you again +rep

Which Corsair/Antec liquid coolers can definitely fit in the Define mini that someone here has installed? As it is not imperative that I use the H80, I was just thinking the latest model, the better rolleyes.gif

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I am doing a mATX build for a friend and am just wondering if anybody knows if the Define Mini will fit a H80 to the rear fan mount?
Well, someone did it in [H] (pic).
The thread itself, click.
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Anyone with a P280 running push n pull H100?

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post #408 of 1518 (permalink) Old 05-13-2012, 05:22 PM
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^^^ Thank you for your input, that is some good food for thought. I would'nt want to order it and just hope it squeezes in with the motherboard installed etc, am I correct in thinking the H60/70 are narrower than the H80? Thank you again +rep

Which Corsair/Antec liquid coolers can definitely fit in the Define mini that someone here has installed? As it is not imperative that I use the H80, I was just thinking the latest model, the better rolleyes.gif

The H80(rad is 38mm thick) in p/p with 25mm fans is just short of 90mm thick vs 75mm with the H70(rad is 25mm thick) in p/p.
Rational thinking says It should clear the motherboard just fine tho.

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hi, looking to get a h100 for my rig below. thumb.gif Planning to switch my haf 912 to something else (don't like the looks of the haf) , what would you recommend? Would like a very good airflow case biggrin.gif

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OMG I just buy the H100 and a Cosmos S1000, I'm waiting for my 3930 to build up the thing, wish me luck trying to set up a push n pull on the top. I'll post here the results.
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