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Can Archons and Silver Arrows fit in 690 II's when the case 140mm fans installed on the roof?

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Here also anybody had this problem with there Case on the top panel my silver painted line just came off a bit even when i didn't even touch it then i lightly rubbed it and it started to flake off to reveal a copper colour. Wish this was in white frown.gif

Those chrome strips are removable. Why not do that, sand them down, then paint them whatever accent color you think would look best.
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yay just ordered my 690 advance with side window today biggrin.gif probably will be delivered in 2 days biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

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Fan recommendations? I'm looking for some according to my plan. Here is my plan, I scrapped all but the LED front intake:

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I was thinking medium Yate Loons all around but I really dont know, along with the Sunbeamtech Rheosmart 6 fan controller.
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Fan recommendations? I'm looking for some according to my plan. Here is my plan, I scrapped all but the LED front intake:

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I was thinking medium Yate Loons all around but I really dont know, along with the Sunbeamtech Rheosmart 6 fan controller.


Good choice. I got the Yates with a different fan controller. I got better temps (2c drop on PSU and HDDs) with the bottom fan (next to the the PSU intake) as an exhaust. I also made a cardboard, uh, thing beneath the case to separate the exhaust from the case and the intake for the PSU.

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Good choice. I got the Yates with a different fan controller. I got better temps (2c drop on PSU and HDDs) with the bottom fan (next to the the PSU intake) as an exhaust. I also made a cardboard, uh, thing beneath the case to separate the exhaust from the case and the intake for the PSU.
May I ask what controller? How do the Yates wokr out for you compared to the stock fans?
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Fan recommendations? I'm looking for some according to my plan. Here is my plan, I scrapped all but the LED front intake:

cmplan.jpg

I was thinking medium Yate Loons all around but I really dont know, along with the Sunbeamtech Rheosmart 6 fan controller.

I have some Thermalright X Silent 140mm fans. Very silent and have high CFM. It was on top of the test charts when I was looking for fans myself.#


http://www.thermalright.com/new_a_page/product_page/fan/product_tr_x-silent-140.html

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I have some Thermalright X Silent 140mm fans. Very silent and have high CFM. It was on top of the test charts when I was looking for fans myself.#


http://www.thermalright.com/new_a_page/product_page/fan/product_tr_x-silent-140.html
Sounds nice, could you link me too some 140s and a 120? I heard ball bearing fans are the best for inverted mounting?
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If you do go with Yates you'll want to take them apart and lube them with some high quality lubricant in a tube (not spray) such as RemOil, Fishing Reel Lube, Sewing Machine Lube, etc. before you mount them on top. Since most of them are sleeve bearing fans instead of ball bearing fans they need to be lubricated very well when used horizontally like they would be at the top of a case. Yates with a part number in the form of D12SH-12 indicate they are sleeve fans. They do have ball bearing fans, but they are more difficult to find. The part number of them would look like this, D12BH-12.
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If you do go with Yates you'll want to take them apart and lube them with some high quality lubricant in a tube (not spray) such as RemOil, Fishing Reel Lube, Sewing Machine Lube, etc. before you mount them on top. Since most of them are sleeve bearing fans instead of ball bearing fans they need to be lubricated very well when used horizontally like they would be at the top of a case. Yates with a part number in the form of D12SH-12 indicate they are sleeve fans. They do have ball bearing fans, but they are more difficult to find. The part number of them would look like this, D12BH-12.
Thanks biggrin.gif What speed should I be getting? Medium Yates all around, I hope they're not too loud in numbers.
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