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    Default NZXT Phantom need advice!!!!!

    I have looked through a bunch of forums and reviews but none of them seem to seem to offer a solution for my problem.

    I have ordered my white phantom yesterday and since then encountered many problems.
    Such as : That nearly none of the High End Air Coolers for example: Cooler Master V10 or Noctua DH-14 can be mounted without having to remove at least one of the cases fans...but the case also seems to have problems with my favourite Closed Watercooler the Corsair H70 ....I want to install ALL the optional fans in this case and I want a good CPU Cooler and from what I have heard and seen reviewwise the noctua and the H70 are the best on the market in my price range of 100 Dollars.

    So in conclusion I want to use all the fans in the case and I want one of the top CPU coolers in a range of 100 Dollars (Air or closed Water).
    If you guys have expierence with mounting either the noctua or the h70 or any other top cooler without any loss of any fans and good airflow of the case please inform me as quickly as possible(Because I have seen some h70 solutions by mounting it on the optical drive stand while it is being supplied with cool air from the 140 fan in the front and exhausts into the case).

    If not please give me some suggestions for other good CPU Coolers that will fit perfectly and won´t cause any problems with the phantoms fans and airflow.

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    I assume the case you are using has a 120 mm fan at the rear of the case like most cases nowdays? If so why not install the H70 in that location. The H70 comes with 2 fans and you can decide weather to set it up as an intake or as an exhaust.
    placing the H70 in this location should not interfere with any of the other case fans.

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    The case has dual fans on top, so why not buy the either the ECO C240 or Vantage C240 mount it and use one of them ? I use both and they cool my 980X chips fine.

    I believe Kip still has the Phantom and I know he has a ECO C240 ask him if it will mount with the top fans removed.

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    Yes the 240 ALC can be mounted on the top the rad can also be mounted with the 200mm fans installed but the rad would only suck in hot air which would supposed to be exhausted by the two 200 mm at the top.

    The H70 is too big .....it cant be mounted at the rear without being forced to removethe Side Panel and top 200 mm fan.

    I have seen that solution though what do you think is that a good way?
    http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-..._3826251_n.jpg


    I also heard that the 240 ALC cant compete with the h70 or noctua dh-14 because it just doesent cool as well .

    So if you got any ideas of another top cooler that wil fit in the phantom without having to remove any fans and that wont mess up the airflow pl inform me.

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    when people go for WC is not only for the performance but for its quietness, so they don't have to use many fan if they don't have too.

    It's look like your case won't fit the H70 at the back exhaust port but you have no choice to use the top ports or mount H70 as in the pic you've posted.

    Who say that you have to set your rad fans as intake orientation?

    You can mount the H70 on top at one of the port and set its fan as exhaust, and use the other port at exhaust as the back port. This configure will give you better case ambient and good air flow for the rad.

    It's look like you have to give up so thing to go with good cooler, unforturnately this case is not big enough for today's top cooler.

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    The ECO 240 in Quad will cool nicely and everybit as good or better than the H70.

    The TT Firo will fit in the Phantom I believe and it also is a great cooler, comes with dual fans for push/pull.

    The Xigmatek Aegir Cooler is only 120mm tall and will fit in the Phantom and it also does a great jop cooling.

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    The H50 will fit in that case without a problem. No reason that the H70 will not fit. It has the exact same dimensions as the H50 except it is thicker due to the thicker radiator that is used. Also the Radiator can also be installed up or down so the coolent tubing will in no way interfere with a top mounted case fan.

    Have a look here. http://www.pcper.com/article.php?aid=966

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    I have just been informed that now the phantom cases have lower rear 120 mm mounting holes that means the h70 wouldn touch the top fan anymore the only thing I am asking myself now is if the sidepanel fan can be installed with the h70 in the rear mounted hope you can give me some info on that.

    Secondly like on the photo I have posted before..is this a good mount? Should the rad pull the air from the 140 mm fan in the front and exhaust in the case? Or should it take the air from the case and push it out the case through the 140 mm panel with the 140 mm fan in the front switched around of course.


    Give me more top coolers that will fit in the phantom and wont screw up the fans.

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    Easy to check if it will fit.
    1. Measure the thickness of the fan on the side panel.
    2. Measure from side back corner of the case to the closest 2 mounting holes on the rear of the case for the rear fan.

    I would bet the side mounted fan is no thicker than 30 mm and I would bet the distance for #2 measurement is at least 35 mm.

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    Just look at how this guy mounted the h70 ...I did not know you could also mount it sideways?Oo this way it is not high enough to interfere with the top fan and not thick enough to interfere with the sidepanel fan of the phantom am I right ? pl correct me if I am not

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-CkTVY2GzUU&NR=1

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    Hey Kung

    Read through this

    Should answer your questions about the H70 in the Phantom

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    Thank you very much for the post but I am rather asking if the sidepanel fan fits with h70 installed ....

    And if the airflow and temps are going to suffer with the h70 so close to the top fan.

    Please answer quickliy

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    Do the measurments as I suggested earlier! If we do not have the cooler and the same case in front of us we can't tell you.

    Just measure it and see...

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    Yeah thx but I am asking you what the best place for mounting the h70 was to preserve perfect air flow with ALL fans? which ones should be intake which ones should be outtake? h70 as push and pull on rear or better drive bay? pl be precise th

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    Both C240s with a 4 fan setup in a push pull configuration cools my 980X nicely, I'm not sure where your getting your information from . I have the ECO installed in the 800D and the Vantage in the HAF X.

    The H70 didn't beat the regular Vantage we proved that in our review, and your trying to tell me that it cools better than the C240 lol

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    That is not what I was saying.
    I meant that the only way I have seen the CL240 mounted in the phantom so far was on the top 2 200mm fans.
    And it couldn´t cool very well that way because all the hot air coming from HDs GPU etc should be sucked out by those 2 200 mm exhaust fans ....1.)the exhaust fans cannot reach their full potential because their are being blocked by thr cl 240 and because the 240 is mounted right under them it will suck in all the hot air before it can travel through the fans...which will result in bad cooling.

    As in the h70 case push/pull from the rear.....the hot air coming from it will nicely be sucked in by the top 200mm fan and the rad will be supplied with good cold air right from outside of the case...which will result in muuuuch better coolingAnd the second top 200 mm fan could still be used as intake for extra cool air.

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