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post #61 of 1518 (permalink) Old 11-04-2011, 11:34 AM
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just to rule it out, the H80 with p/p will NOT fit in the rear fan mount of an Antec 200. My H60 has a tight squeeze fitting with one fan, and from what I have seen, the H80 is a fair bit thicker than the H60.
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just to rule it out, the H80 with p/p will NOT fit in the rear fan mount of an Antec 200. My H60 has a tight squeeze fitting with one fan, and from what I have seen, the H80 is a fair bit thicker than the H60.

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shouldn't H100 fit nicely as a top exhaust in Arc Midi as it can take 60mm rad plus 25mm fans (60+25=85mm). H100 is 27mm and 27+25+25=77mm.
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H80 fits fine in my Thermaltake Armor A60.
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By chance has anyone tried to put a h100 in a Rosewill Thor yet (top mounted)? Push, pull or push/pull? If not i guess i will be the test dummy, but i always like some opinions before i spend money.

Also when doing a push/pull setup do the fans need to be the same on both sides of the radiator? in my head i kinda feel like they should be at least very similar in air flow or it may be conflicting, any thoughts? Thanks
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Just found this thread... nice work guys... wish I had of found it earlier smile.gif

 

Anyways...

 

The H100 can be fitted on top of a standard CM 690 with a lot of modding.

 

That is;

remove the top metal fan grills

remove the plastic baffles on the top fan ports

remove the metal mesh on the top section of the case

cut the plastic top section to fit the rad.

 

End results was a push pull configuration with push shrouds. Note, pics where taken before shrouds where fitted.

 

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By chance has anyone tried to put a h100 in a Rosewill Thor yet (top mounted)? Push, pull or push/pull? If not i guess i will be the test dummy, but i always like some opinions before i spend money.
Also when doing a push/pull setup do the fans need to be the same on both sides of the radiator? in my head i kinda feel like they should be at least very similar in air flow or it may be conflicting, any thoughts? Thanks

Not sure about your specific case but in regards to the fans...

They should be similar, everytime you boot with with the H80/100 installed it spins up the fans to test RPMs and then settles back down to the required setting. At the very least, the two push should be the same, and the two pull the same.

I'd reccomend the Scyth GT-1850 as a good match if you can't find the Corsair stock ones, which, I actually think are quite good. If you plan on the fans running maxed out a lot then I'd replace them all with the GTs simply to lower the noise, but it won't give better pressure.

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H80 fits fine in my Thermaltake Armor A60.

Any chance of a pic of the install?

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Just found this thread... nice work guys... wish I had of found it earlier smile.gif

Anyways...

The H100 can be fitted on top of a standard CM 690 with a lot of modding.

That is;
remove the top metal fan grills
remove the plastic baffles on the top fan ports
remove the metal mesh on the top section of the case
cut the plastic top section to fit the rad.

End results was a push pull configuration with push shrouds. Note, pics where taken before shrouds where fitted.

Thanks for a clear & concise post providing all the info required.thumb.gif

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Will the Corsair H100 fit in my Antec LANboy Air?

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