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post #561 of 1518 (permalink) Old 01-30-2013, 11:23 AM
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Thank you. I will post some completed pics. when I finish. Hopefully by this weekend as I am headed out of town. I had a hard time on measurements and location of my H80i RAD and talked to Azza and to Corsair. If I had longer pipes I would have mounted it on the bottom in front of the PSU as the case comes with 2 case fan filters for the bottom..which is something I did not read anywhere. I read tons of articles but this site gave me some great ideas. I also knew if I ran into problems I could just logon and ask.
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Am tinkering with an idea for the Z11 case, going to try and mount it in the extra 5.25 external bays i am not using. will let yall know how it goes.

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Am tinkering with an idea for the Z11 case, going to try and mount it in the extra 5.25 external bays i am not using. will let yall know how it goes.

Don't think the tubes will be long enough for starters!

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got it in the front of a cm scout 2 by drilling out the 6 rivets of the front cage and easily removing it. and it will fit in the top but you have to have a board that will allow the hoses to come down and youll have to mount the fans on the outside top. little bit of sheet metal tapping and you can get it flush against the front panel easily.




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Are you running at stock or overclocking? You should run CPUZ when running Prime95 so we can see what you're running. I also like to use a program called Real Temp to determine temps are. http://www.techpowerup.com/realtemp/

While 75c is a bit high, even for Ivy which can run hotter, also what kind of ambient temps do you have? Do you have your H80i in an exhaust setup or intake setup?

here is a new readings :
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H100 fits in the top of the Define R4 (w/out any modding). Mount it off-set (using 140mm fan mounting holes) if you have tall MOSFIT heatsinks***

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post #567 of 1518 (permalink) Old 02-05-2013, 04:11 AM
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Hi. I was able to fit the H100i in my CM690 Nvidia Edition standard case. The only thing is that fixing the radiator on the top was a bit tricky.

I was only able to fix two screws of the radiator, my motherboard is an Asus Rampage Extreme II, and it have a heatsink sitting in some capacitors above the CPU slot. This heatsink blocked the radiator to be placed in the correct position. But even with only two screws the radiator was firmily attached.

But I think the temps are high. My CPU is an i7 920. I used Real Temp to measure it

At 2.6 GHz: 40 on idle and 65 load.
At 3.2 GHz: 50 idle and 75 load.

I searched around, and the temps should be around 10 ~ 15 degrees lower. Anyone has suggestions to low the temps?

below is a picture of my installation:

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Can report that the standard black CM HAF 922 and the Bitfenix Shinobi XL can support the original H100 with no need for modding or the like.
The H100 can be placed up top in both cases. In the HAF it could also be placed on the side.
In both cases, the H100 could theoretically be in the front of the case, but there would be no space for the fans, nor would the H100 tubes be long enough. - unless one would like to mod both the H100 and their cases.

The Bitfenix have got the space for both the radiator plus push and pull fans inside the case without touching the RAM on my Gigabyte 990FX-UD7, which is basically a little bigger than a standard ATX motherboard. (But the 990FX-UD7 is still carries the ATX specifications.)

The HAF 922 does not have the space for the H100 and the push and pull fans inside the case up top - it would hit the RAM and the H100's cooler, when locked onto the socket.
However, there is space inside the HAF - if one only chooses to have the push or pull fans.
An alternative with the HAF 922 is choosing to have the radiator and one pair of fans inside the case and the other pair of fans on the exterior of the HAF 922. (I'm still talking about the top of the case.) The long screws (you get eight of them), which come with the H100, can be utilized to keep the radiator hanging inside the case (you would then use 4 screws outside the case and 4 screws inside the case).

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This "NZXT Phantom" is the 820 or the 410? Or both have the same size?

People, would you go for a silent case (Silencio 550) or a beautiful one (CM690)? Both for about the same price here (Brazil). Or maybe a HAF922 30% cheaper (but I don't like it as much as CM690)?

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Thanks all for new info, links added.

Just a reminder, the more pics in your post the better, remember this thread is to help others.
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Hi. I was able to fit the H100i on my CM690 Nvidia Edition standard case. The only thing is that fixing the radiator on the top was a bit tricky.

But I think the temps are high. My CPU is an i7 920. I used Real Temp to measure it

At 2.6 GHz: 40 on idle and 65 load.
At 3.2 GHz: 50 idle and 75 load.

I searched around, and the temps should be around 10 ~ 15 degrees lower. Anyone has suggestions to low the temps?


Your temps do seem a little high, you should be idling around the 30 degs mark, do you have the H100 block seated good? Thumb scres should be finger tight, plus an extra half to a full turn with a screwdriver. My 920 idles at about 37 @ 4.2GHz with 1.28ish volts. Is this a new cooler using the stock TIM or have you installed a used one and maybe applied to much/little TIM?


I have now extended the OP to include the new H110 and H90 (140mm versions). Think I might have to reformat this thread so the information is easier to read/find... will have a good think about it, suggestions welcome.

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