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post #3311 of 7172
Say, could anyone tell me what thread type and screw length I need to use when combining the stock front AP 181 fan with the Magicool 180mm rad? I'm having trouble figuring it out as the stock screws that came with the rad are too short. Perhaps because the AP 181 is 32mm rather than your usual 25mm depth.
post #3312 of 7172
FrozenCPU claims theese will fit:
M3 x 40mm Pan Head Screws - Stainless Steel - 4 Pack
M3 x 40mm Pan Head Screws - Stainless Steel - Black - 4 Pack

Found here: Screws -> By Fan size -> 180mm x 32mm
post #3313 of 7172
i have the 200 rad and i cut the screw and placed them direct to the empty holes on the fan

Edited by mooseslayer - 1/3/13 at 10:07am
post #3314 of 7172
I just built up a system with the ASRock Z77 MATX board in this case. For those interested, you can't use high end ram with the huge heatsinks if you want to use the drive cage. I put 32GB of the Kingston HyperX Predator RAM in the build and the heatsinks are so high that you can't install an HD in the drive cage. So I switch to some normal sized RAM for now until I get replacement memory.

I love the case and will post some pics soon. I already have another one in the works as well.
post #3315 of 7172
So after a ton of going back and forth I'm going to order this case probably next week. I need to make a couple of changes to accommodate my setup so I have a few questions. All three questions are connected in one way or another.

1st
I'll have a optical drive already installed but I need to move at least 1 of my 3.5" drives to the other 5.25 slot, what adapters would you guys recommend for this? I saw one in a previous post that held 2 ssd's and a 3.5"

2nd
In addition to this case I'll actually be upgrading my h50. I want something very quiet and right now stuck between the h80i and the Noctuda D14. Either way I'll be removing the hard drive cage, hence my first question.

3rd
I also got the go ahead to pickup a 670, and leaning towards the 2gb EVGA FTW card. Not going to upgrade the cards cooling, but as far as the stock cooling, does anyone know which cooler style seems to work best with this case. I built an FT03 for a friend awhile back and from experience his case prefers something that dumps air out the back of the case so just checking anyone else's experiences with this. Also going back to #2 which of the coolers listed above would mesh well with the cards.
post #3316 of 7172
Anyone running water cooled SLI/Xfire and a discrete audio card as well?

Seems possible but as there are only 4 slots, so you would need to run single slot plates on one or both graphics cards
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post #3317 of 7172
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I also got the go ahead to pickup a 670, and leaning towards the 2gb EVGA FTW card. Not going to upgrade the cards cooling, but as far as the stock cooling, does anyone know which cooler style seems to work best with this case. I built an FT03 for a friend awhile back and from experience his case prefers something that dumps air out the back of the case so just checking anyone else's experiences with this. Also going back to #2 which of the coolers listed above would mesh well with the cards.

I have the EVGA 670 FTW and it's great for this case. Cool air should be pulled in the front, and the hot air should be exhausted through the back side of the case via the 120mm at the bottom, and your GPU.

With my Silverstone PS07 my 670 is idling at 25c.
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Originally Posted by bdenpaka View Post

I have the EVGA 670 FTW and it's great for this case. Cool air should be pulled in the front, and the hot air should be exhausted through the back side of the case via the 120mm at the bottom, and your GPU.
With my Silverstone PS07 my 670 is idling at 25c.

Yeah thats the card I'm leaning towards, how is the volume on the fans with it?
post #3319 of 7172
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Yeah thats the card I'm leaning towards, how is the volume on the fans with it?

Mine is hardly audible, and my fan profiles are set to auto.

The 670 that I have is also binned pretty high, because my temps stay low enough that it clocks to 1100 core on air by default while never going over 70c.
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post #3320 of 7172
So I have been lurking on this thread for about three months now looking at all the awesome builds being done in this case. I just placed my order on this case and the remaining parts for my build yessir.gif I have been picking up my parts as they go on sale and have been very happy with what I have got for my money. I will be updating you guys with some photos as I build it next week smile.gif.
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