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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. p_o_s_pc

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    I see a problem with that. The rad will be wider then the fan and it looks like that fan is already right against the edge. So i don't think it would work without some mods.
     
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    shhhhh dont ruin my happy moment haha

    guess he could use a 80mm rad, but they just sucks
     
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    and where is the heat gonna come out? :)

    but its nice though:D
     
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    it's gonna blow right back into the case and out the back fan.
     
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  6. brandonwh64

    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    THanks don! but were you want me to put the res at is were my two new hard drives will be going for raid. right now i have the hard drive cage taken out.

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  7. (FIH) The Don

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    get a bay res:D
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Only have 1 bay and it has a DVD burner in it :( *soon to be bluray player*
     
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    guess you have to do some H50 or Coolit ECO instead then
     
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    Nope. I'm using a H50, and the rad simply won't fit there. It extends on the top and bottom.

    EDIT: Would a 92mm rad be worth trying?
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Coolit Freezone or other TEC/water coolers may fit...
     
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    I may just sell all the extra cooling stuff i have to get a used H50?
     
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    Pretty sure I saw one of the admins..cannot remember which one, using the same case, and he cut holes in the mobo tray to route tubes(very simple mod), and mounted the rad "out back", using H50. ;)
     
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    do it like erocker did, that worked with a H50
     
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    yea Erocker did! we have the same case. im going to get some measurements tomorrow on my 120MM rad
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Well I got around to cleaning out the PC from dust and gunk this month and decided to take some shots!! An old army term pops into mind about now. "She ain't pretty, But she preforms!"

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    i still like the fact that you forgot to pait that PSU holding thing haha:p

    nonetheless, nice rig:D
     
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    ahhh i probly will never paint it either! it gives the RIG character!
     
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    those fans look familiar :D
     
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    LISTEN EVERYBODY!! I would love to thank phanbuey for all his help! this loop would NOT have been possible without this mans help! thank you from the bottom of my heart phanbuey!

    As a saying from my old unit!

    2nd BATTALION, 22nd INFANTRY

    "Deeds Not Words"
     
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    Lookin' real good with that loop Brandon :toast:
     
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    Rig is looking good Brandon, also looks like you need to get some duster and clean it out thou. ;)
     
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    Tonight I added a second fan for a push-pull config, which is hooked up to the fan controller so I won't have to hear it. I also put my second DVD burner back in as I got that cheap one for my second rig. Got my tripod out and took some Chicken Patty style pictures :p

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    After dealing with those flimsy side panels on my NZXT Gamma, I'm so thankful for the beastly panels of my Sniper. I have a ton of cables behind the motherboard tray and in that gap between the mobo tray and HDD cage, and the panel still goes on easily and doesn't bend or bow whatsoever :respect:
     
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    I've always liked the CM Sniper, just looks slick man! Nice dinner table too.
     
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