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post #621 of 1518 (permalink) Old 02-21-2013, 08:02 PM
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Im trying to find the smallest case possible to fit an h100 (trying to go with putting higher end components in a small form factor).

So far I have come across the Fractical Design Mini and/or the BitFenix prodigy.

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H80i in Phantom 410?

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The H100i should fit easy, as for any little quirks then I can't advise you, but when you've squared it away, how about coming back here to give us the info for this thread.

Your case specific questions would probably be better answered over at the Cooler Master Storm XXXXX club

As fas as fans for the H series coolers go, there are a lot of people using different fans with different aims. TBH there is absolutely nothing wrong with the stock fans, you may want to change them if you want better looking fans or less audible ones. As far as performance goes, stick with the stock. Load of discussions about fans at The Official Corsair Hydro Series Club


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Adding photos for H100i in the front of Fractal Design R4. 2 sets of fans in push / pull (Gentle Typhoons).

Attaching the fans + radiator to the plastic grille insert in the front of the case (had to cut out the centers of the grille, as it's meant for 140mm fans):



H100i installed with a mITX motherboard



The tubes are just long enough to go around RAM sticks, but tall heatspreaders will cause the left-most RAM stick to tilt sideways. My RAM is G.Skill Ripjaws, and the tubes barely fit. Samsung 30nm RAM and the like would be ideal for this kind of a set up. Larger motherboards where the CPU socket is shifted to the right more should not have this issue either.

Before this case, my H100i was installed in a BitFenix Prodigy case along the top. It fits up there in 2 configurations, but having anything in the 5.25" drive bay, such as a fan controller, can either prohibit the radiator placement inside the case or make it very difficult. The way I had it set up with a fan controller (Bitfenix Recon), was to mount the fan controller with zip ties only, and H100i's radiator was shifted toward the back of the case, such that only one set of holes lined up with the holes on the roof of the case. Thus the radiator was hanging down by 2 screws, which was actually sturdy enough, because the thick tubes themselves propped the radiator up very firmly.



2 sets of fans in push/pull. 2 mounted under the radiator, and 2 mounted on top on the roof of the case, attached with mounting tape (because of the shifted radiator position, none of the holes line up to attach the fans but 2).



This shows where the radiator was bolted to the roof (the front of the case is on the left side of the photo)



It also fit the "right way", but the tubes had to be twisted in a funky way

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I'm certain it would also fit along the front as intake, however then the 5.25" drive bay opening would be blocked.
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Will H80i fit in the rear of 600T Silver?

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H80i in Phantom 410?

It should on the rear mount with ease.

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I can confirm that the H80i fits inside of the CM Storm Scout II using a push/pull configuration, although there are a few compatibility issues.


On my ASRock Z77 Extreme3 the CPU block would not actually fit with the corsair logo right side up. The mini usb connector wouldn't fit underneath the radiator, and the tubes were pushing on my RAM. In this picture the tubes go right over top of the 2GB G.Skill DIMM (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231225) and it is slightly touching the my Ripjaws X DIMM.


The second problem occurs when I try to put my side panel back on. The screws and washers that came with my case made it to where the side panel would not close all the way. The thumbscrews that came with the Storm Scout II still hold the side panel in place

Sorry about the poor picture quality, iPod + flashlight = bad. I was too lazy to completely move my case so I just took the best pictures I could as it was.
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^ Do you have a drill or dremel tool to take off the little bit of the edge of that side panel door?

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Will a H100i fit in a Zalman Z9 Plus? KIt has 15mm spacing correct?

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Hi there,

Just wondering if anyone else has had any experience of fitting a H80i into a Nanoxia Deep Silence 1 case please?

I know it will not fit on the rear of the case as this is for a 140mm fan, but I was hoping that the H80i could fit into one of the front case fan mounts as they are 120mm or if there is clearance possibly at the top?

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