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post #651 of 1518 (permalink) Old 03-07-2013, 10:01 AM
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i bought a h100i today and tried fitting it in my haf 922.

Was really disappointed and upset.

IT DOES NOT FIT....

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

Did anyone experience this?

YES ... and I notified Matty of this with my link HERE post#19907 ... Why Matty didn't include it I don't know, and then mislinks a CM690 under the HAF922 heading rolleyes.gif

@Matty ... You know I commend your thread and work done ... see HERE post#509 ...

But I have another suggestion biggrin.gif

For example the H100/HAF922 should read ...

HAF 922
Fits top in Push or Pull (with slight mod's), P/P only w/2of4 fans outside the case - links - LINK
Correct the 2nd "LINK" to my link above wink.gif

From my link above ... Quote November 2011 ...
My biggest concern was if the H100 would fit in my case without considerable modding. I searched high and low for information on the above combination. No joy anywhere The ASRock E4/G3 has fairly tall heatsinks! With the H100 in hand, I intially didn't think it would clear the uppermost heatsink and still be able to use the 120mm fan hole alignment on top? :O It did clear by 3/16ths of an inch (see pic). I did have to extend (dremmel) 2 of the mounting holes about a 1/4" to have 6 total mounting screws (not 8) and its plenty secure!

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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.

And about 70% vs 30% of H100(i) owners feel the same as you wink.gif
The H100(i) is essentially the same concept as the H110, But it can depend on your case circulation to begin with, your Overclocks (heat generated) /and your ambients. In the above examle, I have an additional Silverstone FM121 high CFM running @1500rpm as an additional front intake providing more fresh/cool air to the H100. With my setup (Top/Exhaust/Push) all my case components ran cooler with my Mobo as much as 3c-5c cooler while only loosing 1c-2c on my CPU cooling, and dust management of the radiator is signifigantly reduced ... have a read through the Corsair Hydro forum HERE searching H100 or just take my word for it ... hope that helps thumb.gif
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post #652 of 1518 (permalink) Old 03-08-2013, 11:58 PM
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im really looking into getting one of this cooling systems but what one works with the nzxt tempest case?

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H100i (with bigger tubes) fits great in the Fractal Arc MINI (no push pull).
Replaced the exhaust fan with a slim one, just in case.... But regular fan thickness would have worked as well.

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im really looking into getting one of this cooling systems but what one works with the nzxt tempest case?

The Tempest is listed on page 1.

@All - New info added to the OP, if I missed anyone then please let me know!

@TomcatV - OP modified reference your comments, must have missed it before or forgot to modify the OP! Cheers! thumb.gif

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The Tempest is listed on page 1.

@All - New info added to the OP, if I missed anyone then please let me know!

@TomcatV - OP modified reference your comments, must have missed it before or forgot to modify the OP! Cheers! thumb.gif

I notice that its posted but thats a nzxt tempest 410 is that the same as the original tempest when it first came out?

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Would the h110 fit in a Cooler Master HAF X?

I'm sure it would with some modifications, but I'm wondering if it would without any.

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I notice that its posted but thats a nzxt tempest 410 is that the same as the original tempest when it first came out?

I can't answer that as I'm not familiar with the original version. You could always ask over at NZXT Tempest User Community
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Would the h110 fit in a Cooler Master HAF X?

I'm sure it would with some modifications, but I'm wondering if it would without any.

Well I'm sure there is plenty of room the only issue would be the mounting points, if you have 2 x 140mm fan mounts in the top it should fit depending on the spacing, judging by the number of custom loops done in HAF X cases, I don't think there will be an issue but no guarantees.

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There are two 200mm fans on top of the HAF X I believe, but I'm not sure if they include mounts for two 140's.

And really, I suppose it wouldn't be a big deal if I had to drill a few holes, lol.

I don't have the case yet, just curious.

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I am wanting to know if a H90 will fit in a Corsair 650 D at the rear exhaust fan location, or if my only option would be to mount it up top. Thanks: Mick
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Would the h110 fit on the top of a 500r?

I can't seem to find any confirmation on it throughout the internet.

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