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@superxero044 - the back/top is all 140mm/120mm compatible. Lots of people choose 120mm due to more availability of options I guess? I am kind of a gentletyphoon fanboy so I stuck with 120mm.

I recently got the 650D as well. For the OP - I would recommend 2x120mm for the top, and then 2x120mm if you go with H50/H70 as well. I haven't looked into replacing the front 200mm yet, however if you have the HDD bays in the front you are limited to 200x20/25mm.

The GentleTyphoons are a bit pricey, but move a lot of air and stay very quiet on higher RPMs.


I just run ap-13's as the top exhaust fans, and ap-15s on my H70. The case also has great wire management and the airflow. Moving forward to fan controllers and such in a 5.25" bay is my next step, but I have no real need just yet.
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I was looking at the CM Megaflow 200. But I am not really a huge fan of the LED. I think that it would clash with the styling of this case waaay too much. Is there anything comparable without the LED?

Thanks. Also any recommendations for 140mm fans? Thanks.
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I was looking at the CM Megaflow 200. But I am not really a huge fan of the LED. I think that it would clash with the styling of this case waaay too much. Is there anything comparable without the LED?

Thanks. Also any recommendations for 140mm fans? Thanks.
You could always remove the LED's but if not have a look at the NZXT 200mm fans...

They are a little noisy though.

For 140mm fans... Depends what you want them for, for radiators a fan with high static pressure and airflow.

For case, just a fan thats a balance of airflow (CFM) and noise (dBA)
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