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post #641 of 1518 (permalink) Old 03-03-2013, 05:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Kiracubed View Post

I'm trying top mounted with an H100
Is it a clearance problem with your ram or are the fans just not fitting or something? There should be no reason they don't fit :/
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H80i fits here in a factal core 1000, with a bit of work biggrin.gif, i cut a square hole (no tools for circle and im no good with metal work), you could drill holes for screws as well, i used the top 2 on the 120mm fan mount and held the top with cable ties

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Originally Posted by Kiracubed View Post

Just got 2 sets of the Corsair SP120 Quiet edition for a Push/Pull setup in my Corsair 650D...

And to my disappointment, they DO NOT fit! I have the bottom two fans screwed in fine, and it fits perfectly with just one pair of them bottom mounted. I placed the other two fans on top, and tried to fit it in, and it would not get in the right holes (inb4 that's what she said).

I'm using the Corsair 650D, tried to set up with the SP120 Quiet edition fans, and am using an ASRock Extreme 4 mobo.

Any suggestions on how to make it fit?

Also, in the chance it just won't, which option is best for one pair of fans? The bottom mounted fans in push (blowing upward), or pull (blowing downward into case)? I'm a bit of a noob with fans, and the SP120s don't have the arrows, but I suppose it's not needed since the back bracket is where it blows out from.

Have you tried posting that in the Obsidian thread? You could try offsetting the assembly toward the side of the case, but you should really check in the obsidian thread to see if someone else has done it.


The 650D isn't really made to do top push/pull with a rad.

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Originally Posted by denman View Post

Is it a clearance problem with your ram or are the fans just not fitting or something? There should be no reason they don't fit :/

Clearance with high position on mobo of Ram. I mean, it's just barely; probably a few mm because it's like 1 or 2 can fit in, but the others are just barely there.

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Does anyone know if the H90 would fit on one of the top Fractal R3 mounts being 140mm?? Really want a H90 but don't want to upgrade case!

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Originally Posted by thymedtd View Post

figured I'd mention another Cooler Master case that works with the H80. Its the CM Elite 431, it's a mid tower case, with my mobo its very close as u can see from my pics here its a cheap case and deffinitly good to know it fits a H80 in the back.
I have the same case on a Maximus IV GenE/GenZ mobo.

Is the primary PCIe unhindered by the radiator/fans package?

any additional info is much appreciated!
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Changed my NH-D14 to the H80i in a Lian Li PC-7FNWX (window). I believe the layout of this case is very similar to the PC-7FN, except with a top 140mm fan hole.
As an intake at the top rear, push/pull.
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You will need to remove the rubber grommets from the fan mounts. Otherwise the screw will not be long enough.
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Once the push/rad is screwed in, don't forget to plug the 8-pin ATX power connector (ATX_12V_2X4/ATX on my mobo). Otherwise the pull fan will block installation later.
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Another view, before installation of the pull fan and cooler block. Note the upsidedown D14 in background.
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Rad too close to the top of the chassis.
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Fixed by releasing back screws and dropping the push/rad ever so slightly.
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Attachment of pull fan.
It might be a good idea to attach the miniUSB to the cooling block if the orientation of the block is the same as mine. With the pull fan installed, it might be ever so tight a space.
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Finally finished. The tubings are indeed stiff but clear the RAM slots.
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Another view to show clearance of RAM slots.

BTW should I be using the H80i as an exhaust? IE front bottom fan intake, H80i and top fan as exhaust? There are only 3 fan slots in the Lian Li PC-7FNWX.

Still it appears to be cooler than the D14, by about 4-5C, after 30 minutes of Prime95. Haven't had time to run it for 24 hours.

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i bought a h100i today and tried fitting it in my haf 922.

Was really disappointed and upset.


The first 4 screw holes line up, but the second 4 are way off.

Did anyone experience this?
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Howdy y'all, any idea how the H110 will fit in a P280? Would love to do this with 2 Nocturia 140 fans. Does it make more sense to push outside air over the rad and into the case? Or pull air from the case to outside? In my head it makes more sense to pull from the case to outside to keep the case ambient temp down.

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