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post #441 of 1518 (permalink) Old 07-01-2012, 02:09 PM
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If you're not using both drive cages you can string the rad in the 5.25" bays, if the tubes reach(they're about a foot long).
Between the H80 and the H100, cooling performance isn't drastically different, 3 degree difference p/p on my 2600k.

Unfortunately I have six drives but perhaps I could put a few in the cage in the top/rear of the case (would need longer sata cables than I currently have).
Would a radiator stand be preferable with such a configuration? I wonder if the 12" lines would be long enough. I'll have to take some measurements.
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post #443 of 1518 (permalink) Old 07-01-2012, 08:18 PM
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Would be kinda ghetto running the hoses outside the case without voiding your warranty (detaching and reattaching the tubing).

That could possibly work tho, mod the case a little. Could maybe suspend it in the top section as well

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post #444 of 1518 (permalink) Old 07-02-2012, 05:18 AM
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I'm picking up a NZXT Tempest 410 and H100 this month, and have done research to see if it would work out. Found promising results!


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Diablotek Fly
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240mm radiator cutout required.

Any pics of the install preferably showing the mod?

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I'm picking up a NZXT Tempest 410 and H100 this month, and have done research to see if it would work out. Found promising results!
http://pcper.com/reviews/Cases-and-Cooling/Corsair-H100-Liquid-CPU-Cooler-Review/Installation-Performance-Testing

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great info OP.... very nice

Thanks!

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Hey guys I just set up my H100 that I bought yesterday, and I can hear the pump's sound. Is that normal?????
Its not so loud, but I can hear it and its kinda annoying.
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You shouldn't be able to hear the pump clearly, what type of noise is it?

Chances are there is a small airlock in there somewhere, tilt your case left and right and see if it goes away.

If the noise is the hum from the pump then I'd be a little suspicious but can't really say anything else without hearing it.

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I am going to buy a new case and the Corsair H100... Which case should I get that will allow a direct drop in with no problems/mods in a push pull config?

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I am going to buy a new case and the Corsair H100... Which case should I get that will allow a direct drop in with no problems/mods in a push pull config?
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Depends on the budget and the overall size of the case you want, plus other components would be helpful to get you the best overall airflow.

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hello,
the coolermaster cosmos pure black has spaced 120mm port in top,the h100 is only attached by one set of screws.mad.gif

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