soopytwist Posted February 28, 2013 Share Posted February 28, 2013 For my new build I had to mount the H100i fans outside on top of the Corsair 600T case, blowing into the case. I had no choice because my Asus P9X79 makes it impossible to mount the fans directly to the radiator and push air through it and out the top of the case. Impossible because of two reasons: one, the heatsink on the motherboard above the CPU socket and two, the 12V ATX plugs. As you can see in this image there is no way I can mount ANY fans to the radiator, not even low profile ones. So this leaves three choices, either I leave it as it is with the fans pushing air into the case or I reverse them and suck air out. Or I get an angle grinder to the top mesh to cut a hole large enough for the H100i cooler block and pipes to fit through so I can mount the radiator on top under the removable mesh panel and the fans can be then be mounted inside the case pushing air out. Any advice? http://i33.photobucket.com/albums/d94/soopytwist/New%20PC/SDC10797_zpsc2c5cc00.jpg http://i33.photobucket.com/albums/d94/soopytwist/New%20PC/SDC10799_zps91943a90.jpg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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