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Just joined. This should be really interesting.
You'll have no problems with 140mm fans in the front with the XB EVO for sure. However, I can't really recommend any good, silent fans, as I'm not too concerned about noise, so I just get a nice looking LED fan and call it a day. You could probably find some nice fan guides here on OCN instead and get some recommendations from far more knowledgeable people than myself.About dust and the 200mm fan, I'm not sure if you'll actually have dust problems without a fan. Another...
With the setup you have, a 200mm fan won't be necessary. It will make little to no difference with the graphics card you are using, and could actually ruin airflow, raising temperatures. However, I am using a Cooler Master Megaflow 200mm fan because of my 7990 which pumps out huge amounts of hot air.The only decent coolers that would fit under the 200mm fan would probably be closed loop coolers, such as the H80i you mentioned. However, air cooling without a top fan would...
Fair enough. And I'm going to take the guess that Flawless Widescreen is the program you're referring to.
How is that triple-portrait setup working for you? I tried it with mine two days, ago, and I changed it back last night after about three hours of use. It just felt too impractical and the handful of games that I tried had issues with the wonky aspect ratio.Anyhow, it looks really nice.
The N450 seems like it only has slightly better airflow, so that's probably worth taking into account. The Enthoo Luxe does support E-ATX by default, and the N450 apparently does as well, even though it isn't advertised as such. See below:
What do you intend to do with it? And here are some nice reviews for each case that could be helpful if you haven't seen them already: Enthoo Luxe: H440/N450: /
Hey, and welcome to OCN! I hope you enjoy your time here.
That's the guide I was looking for, but I only managed to find some similar stuff. If it does come to soldering, and it goes well, I might just convert the whole thing to MX clears. That would be interesting.That's what I was thinking. I'll try some 91 or 99, depending on what I can find, and if that doesn't work out, I'll look into some soldering.Thanks gents.
Alright, so I have a bit of a confession to make. A few days back, I had a bit of a spill of some fruit juice at my desk, and after cleaning my keyboard to the best of my ability (taking the case off and all that good stuff) and as quickly as possible, eleven keys are mushy. I used a small dropper to put some 70% alcohol in the switches, and mashed them a whole bunch. On the four that I actually did that on, I only managed to get the super-mushy blues to feel like browns....
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