Hi, I had some clearance issues, this case does not work well with tall ram and top AIO.
I order to fix this I had to position the radiator so that the ram would fit in a fan indent. Right now I have other fans on the radiator (HD120 from Corsair) and they have no indent, so I had to sand 2 square hole in the side of the fan casing for the ram to fit.
So, if you have tall ram you will have some problems, that you could fix with a few modifications.
I will post an update for this build soon with some images that will show the changes I had to make.
Thanks for the recommendation. I will be getting new fans soon and I will test it.
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:)) no worries
I did not :) I bought them in the past 2 months, separately. I bought the case, processor and motherboard as they were released and the others after.
When the gpu is at full load the ambient temps go up to 65-70C, why would I push that hot air into the rad, when I can get colder air from outside.
The are intake
I thank the Will fit, the trapezoid form of the heatsink helps.
Just run that test for a few minutes with my current core clock and it goes up to 85C (at most). The cooler is good, but if you mount is on top you need to place it so that the ram sits in the fan indent, otherwise it will touch a bit and might cause vibrations to the ram (it is not really a problem, but it is a thing you should take in consideration before buying).
Awesome, thank you
I'm really curious about the thermals on the cpu with a 240 rad. Do you plan on overclocking the CPU?
I'm curious, how are the temps with the H100i? Did you overclock?
Very nice build by the way
yeah, I think I will do that since it's a lot cheaper, thanks