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Originally Posted by MaxFTW View Post

Im having second thoughts about this case now, Really a lot of problems could be solved if the motherboard was not inverted, the fan would force more air to the cards.

But also i am really struggling to wonder why they did not put any vents on the top panel of the case or just a few holes on the top of the side panels, It would of made quite a difference
Are you having cooling issues? The case has pretty good airflow for the size.
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Are you having cooling issues? The case has pretty good airflow for the size.

Yup, The fact that the hot air gets stuck at the top of the case and it becomes hot to touch, Especially where the 5.25 bays are

Again i think its to do with the way my card is designed, And now that the 570 is released im thinking of selling my card, And some other crap so i can get a 670 with a normal cooler :3

Im still thinking of getting those lian li drive bay vents though if i know they will screw in to the case where the current ones are held
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Eh ... the 670 is released? Oo When did that happen?

Think I might have missed that doh.gif

Ah ... I need to sell my 570 xD
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Yup, The fact that the hot air gets stuck at the top of the case and it becomes hot to touch, Especially where the 5.25 bays are
Again i think its to do with the way my card is designed, And now that the 570 is released im thinking of selling my card, And some other crap so i can get a 670 with a normal cooler :3
Im still thinking of getting those lian li drive bay vents though if i know they will screw in to the case where the current ones are held

Tried to turn the powersupply so that it sucks hot air out from the case? Linus from linustechtips uses this configuration in their vesta pc's, dont know if that will affect psu badly but worth a try.
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dont do that, not so great for long life of psu
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Tried to turn the powersupply so that it sucks hot air out from the case? Linus from linustechtips uses this configuration in their vesta pc's, dont know if that will affect psu badly but worth a try.

I'd suggest ignoring Linus' tips tongue.gif
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Tried to turn the powersupply so that it sucks hot air out from the case? Linus from linustechtips uses this configuration in their vesta pc's, dont know if that will affect psu badly but worth a try.

I brought a new PSU just to do that, Plus i believe in the manual it states that if you have a PSU with a 120mm + fan they recommend you to face it down in the case

Plus it wont really ruin the life of the PSU much at all if any as long as you have a quality PSU
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I thought someone posted earlier that silverstone said that was a mistake in the manual.

Also, you can have a very high quality psu, but you start pushing heat off an aftermarket cooler like that phantom
and you ARE shortening the lifespan of that psu.
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What specifically did you do settings-wise out of interest?

I ran the fan auto tuning, then set up a profile, and saved it like this:

502

Which basically keeps it silent until the processor goes over ~45C which is generally when I play BF3. Also serves as a nice warning for if its getting too hot, as it then ramps up quite a bit.
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