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06-20-2019 12:15 PM
lokito50 Hello all,

Anyone here in Canada with a 500R that upgraded the case but still has the 500R kicking around? Looking for some spare parts.

Cheers
09-08-2018 12:39 PM
rexbinary Looking good!
09-08-2018 02:56 AM
kazablanka Carbide 270r ,i paint the interior white and upgrade my loop
07-18-2018 04:11 PM
Dawn of War Complete shot in the dark here but i own a Carbide 500R. I had an Corsair H110GT cooler rigged where the radiator was in the case and was held in place by the fans being in the compartment for the radiator at the top of the case. I'm positive I got the idea from this thread. Unfortunately that pump died but my RMA which is a H110i (which im under the impression is the same cooler with a different name) came today. here's the problem- since Im an idiot and didnt take pictures or notice how I rigged the radiator and fans up i can't for the life of me figure out how I had it set up. The radiator was in the case and Im pretty sure I was using only the long screws to thread through the fans and into the holes on the radiator. But I've been fighting with this thing for an hour and can't figure out what I did. Any ideas?

Lesson learned: if you rig something up make sure you take photos so you're not asking yourself 'how the hell' if you ever have to take it apart.
06-11-2018 11:32 PM
stephenn82
Quote: Originally Posted by Josh154 View Post
Lol they are on 2k right now. I just got them on saturday, i cant figure out PWM control with my asus sabertooth 990fx board
is there a q-fan control built in the UEFI? Usually, its like F5 or F7 to pull it up in UEFI to mess with it.

I recently pulled all of my fans off mobo headers and put them on a Corsair COmmander Pro. With iCue I dont know how to control them now...just using Link was good...and cue for lights...but iCue messed stuff up it feels. I might roll back.
06-06-2018 06:48 AM
hdtvnut Just finishing a video editor 7980xe on a Asrock OC Formula in a Carbide 750D. Five PWM fans, counting the H115i. That case is BIG - room for everything.
06-04-2018 08:18 PM
Josh154 Lol they are on 2k right now. I just got them on saturday, i cant figure out PWM control with my asus sabertooth 990fx board
06-04-2018 07:40 PM
stephenn82
Quote: Originally Posted by Josh154 View Post
So right now I have 2 ml140s up front. This is bringing in 200cfm and each have a static pressure of 3. I have 2 af120s on top and 1 af120 on rear. The af’s move 50cfm with a low static pressure of .75

I know I have positive pressure right now obviously but want to switch the af series out for ML’s as the white led from each fan differ greatly. But if I put 2 140’s on top of case and a 120 on rear I will have 275cfm exhaust and 200cfm intake.

those specs are at max flow...and I know you dont run your fans at max flow...my ML140's get loud as all get out at 2k rpm to get the 97cfm...
06-04-2018 05:10 PM
Josh154 So right now I have 2 ml140s up front. This is bringing in 200cfm and each have a static pressure of 3. I have 2 af120s on top and 1 af120 on rear. The af’s move 50cfm with a low static pressure of .75

I know I have positive pressure right now obviously but want to switch the af series out for ML’s as the white led from each fan differ greatly. But if I put 2 140’s on top of case and a 120 on rear I will have 275cfm exhaust and 200cfm intake.
06-04-2018 02:16 PM
stephenn82 no, they do not take in air...but some coolers do exhaust air (like a founders edition, etc) and they should account for that..even though those blower style coolers are minimal airflow. It would be at the point of splitting hairs on maintaining postitive pressure where it becomes a problem (like 200cfm in, 190cfm out)

if you maintain at least 20+ cfm difference, you should be ok.
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