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post #461 of 1518 (permalink) Old 07-30-2012, 11:45 AM
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You guys think a 12mm exhaust fan would fit inside an Arc Mini with a H100 configured as below?



(found these on overclockers.uk)

Looks pretty tight, but I think it might work if I use a fan grill.
I know I could fit a regular 25mm or 20mm fan in the exhaust with the tubing facing the other direction, but I'd prefer the other way (makes it easier to access stuff when needed).

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post #462 of 1518 (permalink) Old 08-01-2012, 04:21 AM
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Helping a friend building a socket 2011 x79 chipset he has the HAF X case but just found out last night that the H80 as a rear mount in p/p configuration would give clearance issues with the heatsinks on his corsair vengeance ram. Is it possible to mount the H80 in the top instead preferably in p/p configuration?

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Helping a friend building a socket 2011 x79 chipset he has the HAF X case but just found out last night that the H80 as a rear mount in p/p configuration would give clearance issues with the heatsinks on his corsair vengeance ram. Is it possible to mount the H80 in the top instead preferably in p/p configuration?

Yes, it doesn't really matter where, you may just have to change the configuration of the rest of the airflow for best results. You could also consider mounting the H80 at the rear with one fan on the outside case, the rad and second fan inside, might give you some more breathing room, this is what i did on my CM690. Fan guard recommended if you do go down that route though, you just need a hole for the fan connection to go through which in the HAF X shouldn't be an issue.
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You guys think a 12mm exhaust fan would fit inside an Arc Mini with a H100 configured as below? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

(found these on overclockers.uk)
Looks pretty tight, but I think it might work if I use a fan grill.
I know I could fit a regular 25mm or 20mm fan in the exhaust with the tubing facing the other direction, but I'd prefer the other way (makes it easier to access stuff when needed).

The picture you provided shows an exhaust fan, it is just mounted on the outside of the case. As for whether one will fit inside, I'm not going to give an opinion without some close up pics or measurements.

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post #464 of 1518 (permalink) Old 08-04-2012, 07:10 AM
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H80 fits the top and rear exhausts of the CM Storm Sniper with P/P config. Posted it on pg44 but wasnt added.

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H80 fits the top and rear exhausts of the CM Storm Sniper with P/P config. Posted it on pg44 but wasnt added.

I've added it now, do you have any pics to support it?

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Got a H100 in my Cosmos 1000 push/pull very slight mod required as is doesnt fully line up with the radiator vent size on the top of the case but works really well .biggrin.gif

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Got a H100 in my Cosmos 1000 push/pull very slight mod required as is doesnt fully line up with the radiator vent size on the top of the case but works really well .biggrin.gif

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Hi i have a Lancool K62 Dragonlord case and was wondering if anyone had successfully fitted a H100 into it. I think it's do able but would like to see some pics before i buy a H100.

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H100 up top on the Thermaltake V4
(Case is terrible for cable management.)

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Hi i have a Lancool K62 Dragonlord case and was wondering if anyone had successfully fitted a H100 into it. I think it's do able but would like to see some pics before i buy a H100.
Thanks.

Not sure, I had a look but couldn't find info specific to your version. The best thing to do is to ask over at the official Dragonlord thread on here. LINK

If you find the right info, with some pics then please come back and give me the link so I can add it to the ever increasing OP.


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