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post #721 of 1518 (permalink) Old 04-20-2013, 03:22 PM
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post #722 of 1518 (permalink) Old 04-21-2013, 04:07 AM - Thread Starter
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Sorry it's taken so long to come back and update this thread. Been under it all a bit lately.
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can you add the silverstone sg09, it will hold all but the dual-radiator kits.
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I just finished installing the H100i into a Thermaltake Tsunami Dream. If anyone would like to see the mod just hit me up. The rad is laying on the bottom. Ive heard this is not the best position, but it works great!
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Changed abit around today, so now I have 2 fans for intake in the top, and the rest as exhaust smile.gif
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H110 + Fractal Design Define R4 (front): http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/282949-29-nzxt-kraken-corsair-h110-noctua#10605271
THG forum post with a detailed description of how the guy managed to get the radiator installed in the front. Unfortunately without pictures.
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Got a new case and installed my H100i into Fractal R4 TOP position with no problems at all. I dont understand why people say it doesnt fit or you have to put it in the front. Hose length appears to be an issue going with front mount, and you loose your extra HDD bays.

Again, R4 TOP postition works perfectly. Clears my DIMS which go all the way to the top edge of my ASUS M4A88T-V EVO
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Can confirm that the H100i works in the In Win Grone just not in a push/pull without modding. But it does fin just fine with the 2 stock fans and seems to cool just fine without the need for push/pull.
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It's not on the list so I thought i'd help out.

I can confirm that the Corsair H90 fits in thew Bitfenix Prodigy at the back if you mount it sideways. There might be clearance issues with some motherboards but with the Asrock Z77E-ITX motherboard it fits fine.

Thanks for that info gents but I could really do with a picture in your post, doesn't matter if your not a photographer just any pic will do. I haven't added these ones to the OP yet.
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Add me!

Remind me! I tried to find you original post in this thread but got lost somewhere!


Thanks TomcatV for jumping in this thread and helping people out in my absence!

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Hey guys!

I've read numerous threads about a very similar issue, but I am still not confident which would be best for me. Could I get some advise what the best setup for the H100i in my Antec 1200 case for airflow/max cooling would be?

I know how to mount it in the back of the case (actually ZERO problem when done properly) or the top part of the case underneath the 200mm exhaust. I am not a fan of a front bezel area mounting method, but if that would be the best cooling solution, I would do that.

So, what's the best option for me:

a) H100i mounted at the back (the two Corsair fans pushing air towards the back of the case) which then two 120mm case fans would blow out

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b) H100i mounted on top (two Corsair fans underneath pushing air over radiator towards the top 200mm fan which then exhausts that warm air.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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post #724 of 1518 (permalink) Old 04-21-2013, 01:37 PM
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It's been awhile since i have posted here. I'm considering a case upgrade and getting a Corsair 650D. Debating if using my H80i in it still or possibly going with an H100i or the new H110?

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Has anyone tried the H80i in an Antec GX700 on the rear exhaust position? I had read there maybe some clearance issues with closed loop coolers on this case. Thank you for any responses!
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thanks for adding my mod to first page listings.
İ will make my case tidy then replace new photos soon.
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Hello.
Could someone help me with a few details I need?
What are the specifications for the long screws used on the H100i?
Would it help to use a shraud per fan?
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Phobya-120x120x20mm--Shroud--Plexi--Set-of-4_20237.html
If it won't make a difference, what about a gasket?
See here:http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/XSPC-240mm-Dual-Neoprene-Radiator-Gasket_37397.html

Also, I have my H100i pulling air into the case. What fan would be best suited to pull air out of the rear (140mm fan needed). I was thinking of this:
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Be-Quiet-Case-Fan-Silent-Wings-2-140mm-BQT-T14025-MF-3-140x140x25mm_27689.html

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Hello.
Could someone help me with a few details I need?
What are the specifications for the long screws used on the H100i?
Would it help to use a shraud per fan?
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Phobya-120x120x20mm--Shroud--Plexi--Set-of-4_20237.html
If it won't make a difference, what about a gasket?
See here:http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/XSPC-240mm-Dual-Neoprene-Radiator-Gasket_37397.html

Also, I have my H100i pulling air into the case. What fan would be best suited to pull air out of the rear (140mm fan needed). I was thinking of this:
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Be-Quiet-Case-Fan-Silent-Wings-2-140mm-BQT-T14025-MF-3-140x140x25mm_27689.html

Thank you!

Those are great questions for the Hydro Thread:

https://www.overclock.net/t/612436/official-corsair-hydro-series-club

The screws are: 6/32 1.25". Shrouds are going to make a minimum of difference in temps, same with gaskets. You may see three c if you use both. Some people claim to see a big difference, and some say they didn't get any difference at all (I'm referring to 25mm thick fans using a 25mm thick shroud). Unless you're talking extreme overclocking on the cutting edge where 1-3c might make a difference, I wouldn't bother.

As for a good rear case fan, any fan will do the job. You will be looking for a fan that has a high cfm, not a fan with a high static pressure. The one you picked out and linked to would likely work fine. It has 60 cfm which is a mid performing fan. It should work OK. It's actually better to have a little more air being pumped into the case than exhausting, providing a positive internal pressure. So, try and make your exhaust a little less than your intake if you can.

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I can confirm the H80i fits in the Zalman Z12.

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Hey, so your pic for the h80i and the phantom is wrong. Im not sure what case that is, but its certainly not a phantom. And the H80 does NOT fit in the front. Here a pic of it in my case in push pull. Mounts on the back just fine, but requires a little tube twisting.
http://i.imgur.com/w2U6Rb2.jpg
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