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How about durability? Its can handle the hot n weight of the hdd?
I used 3m double tape but after 2-3 month the foam become drying n loose the ssd... maybe cause by hots of the ssd....

well i switched out the velcro this time when i took my computer apart but i had them on for over a year with no problem.
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Thanks for replying, yes my case have the dust filters on top and on bottom, and a small drive cage near the power supply place. So connecting the Noctua 3000 PWM to the main case fan controller won't work? This saved me time. I was about to replace a hard drive cage fan with it.

And thanks for the tip on connecting it to the motherboard as obviously I don't want it spinning at 3000 RPM! I have the Asus maximus vii formula board. What speed would you recommend setting it to? And in regards to placement, I have two options left: A) At the bottom of the case which means removing the hard drive bays. -OR- b) at the side panel.

The fan I have is the Noctua Nf-F12 120mm by the way. Here's a quote of it's features:

NF-F12: The NF-F12’s unique Focused Flow™ system produces extremely high static pressure and focuses the airflow in order to achieve even better results on air cooling heatsinks and water cooling radiators. With a top speed of 3000RPM, it also offers more performance headroom for less noise-sensitive applications. Choose the NF-F12 if you’re looking for the best possible performance on heatsinks and radiators.

First of all, I just had to fix a few mistakes. devil.gif

I'll assume English isn't your native language, so in case you're wondering: PWM = Pulse Width Modulation ( a signal on the fourth wire used to control the speed on some fans), and RPM = Revolutions Per Minute (how fast the fan is spinning).

On to your question, do you have several SSDs? If so, you can use the 2.5" bay on the bottom of the case or stick the SSDs somewhere behind the motherboard tray. If not, you can remove it and install your SSD (assuming you have one) in the 3.5" bay with the supplied adapter. That'll free up one of the two bottom fan mounts. To use the other one, you'll also have to take out the toolbox.
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well i switched out the velcro this time when i took my computer apart but i had them on for over a year with no problem.

nice then... I hope my local store has it.... thanks...
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First of all, I just had to fix a few mistakes. devil.gif

I'll assume English isn't your native language, so in case you're wondering: PWM = Pulse Width Modulation ( a signal on the fourth wire used to control the speed on some fans), and RPM = Revolutions Per Minute (how fast the fan is spinning).

On to your question, do you have several SSDs? If so, you can use the 2.5" bay on the bottom of the case or stick the SSDs somewhere behind the motherboard tray. If not, you can remove it and install your SSD (assuming you have one) in the 3.5" bay with the supplied adapter. That'll free up one of the two bottom fan mounts. To use the other one, you'll also have to take out the toolbox.

I have two ssd's "samsung 850 pro 512GB" that I'm planning to use and no hdds. I though I could just screw the ssd's into the hard drive cages? instead at the bottom? So you're suggesting to install the Noctua fan at the bottom by removing the SSD bay. Wouldn't that interrupt airflow since I already flipped the two hard drive cage fans to be front rear. And since the Noctua Nf-f12 ipc would spin faster than those two at the hard drive cages.

I think it's better to install it into the hard drive cage since it's static pressure and remove the stock one to place it on the side. What do you think?

My cpu cooler is "Arctic freezer 13 limited edition".
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I have two ssd's "samsung 850 pro 512GB" that I'm planning to use and no hdds. I though I could just screw the ssd's into the hard drive cages? instead at the bottom? So you're suggesting to install the Noctua fan at the bottom by removing the SSD bay. Wouldn't that interrupt airflow since I already flipped the two hard drive cage fans to be front rear. And since the Noctua Nf-f12 ipc would spin faster than those two at the hard drive cages.

I think it's better to install it into the hard drive cage since it's static pressure and remove the stock one to place it on the side. What do you think?

My cpu cooler is "Arctic freezer 13 limited edition".

It's been a while since I looked, so I thought the Trooper/Stryker also has a single adapter to convert one 3.5" slot to 2.5". I see now that you can indeed put both in the 3.5" bays. Regarding the fan, I'd suggest putting the Noctua in front due to its higher static pressure, and then put the stock fan you removed in the bottom as intake. The extra fan will increase the air pressure in the case, so it doesn't suck unfiltered air (and therefore dust) in from other places (you want to suck slightly more air into the case than you're blowing out).

EDIT: If I'm not mistaken then the mesh on the side panel isn't filtered, so that's why I'd rather put the extra (stock) fan in the bottom.
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Originally Posted by JKuhn View Post

It's been a while since I looked, so I thought the Trooper/Stryker also has a single adapter to convert one 3.5" slot to 2.5". I see now that you can indeed put both in the 3.5" bays. Regarding the fan, I'd suggest putting the Noctua in front due to its higher static pressure, and then put the stock fan you removed in the bottom as intake. The extra fan will increase the air pressure in the case, so it doesn't suck unfiltered air (and therefore dust) in from other places (you want to suck slightly more air into the case than you're blowing out).

EDIT: If I'm not mistaken then the mesh on the side panel isn't filtered, so that's why I'd rather put the extra (stock) fan in the bottom.

The mesh on the side panel is actually filtered. It's just the storm trooper but without a windowed side panel. Good suggestion their but does it make a difference putting it on the side panel or at the bottom?. I'm now just concerned about the wiring, if Noctua cable will be able to reach the motherboard from the hard drive cage since it's kinda short (as per your suggestion that storm trooper fan controller isn't PWM compatible). I will keep the stock fan connected to the fan controller that'll be at the bottom of the case or side panel.

Also would you recommend flipping the powersupply fan(Ax860i) downside to keep it from intaking hot air from the GPU which is the MSI 980 gtx gaming 4g?
Edited by desirex - 3/29/15 at 12:02pm
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The mesh on the side panel is actually filtered. It's just the storm trooper but without a windowed side panel. Good suggestion their but does it make a difference putting it on the side panel or at the bottom?. I'm now just concerned about the wiring, if Noctua cable will be able to reach the motherboard from the hard drive cage since it's kinda short (as per your suggestion that storm trooper fan controller isn't PWM compatible). I will keep the stock fan connected to the fan controller that'll be at the bottom of the case or side panel.

Also would you recommend flipping the powersupply fan(Ax860i) downside to keep it from intaking hot air from the GPU which is the MSI 980 gtx gaming 4g?

Since you say the side panel is filtered, then it's a bit harder to say for sure. Some people like putting fans on the side to feed cold air directly to the GPU(s), but it isn't always the best. If you have the time, I'd say try both and see which one works best. If warranty isn't a problem with the Noctua fan, you could always get some wires and extend the cable (assuming you're comfortable with wiring).

I'd definitely flip the PSU, because they're both competing to get air from the same part of the case. It'll give the PSU its own dedicated airflow, and also prevent the PSU from "stealing" the GPU's air.
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Since you say the side panel is filtered, then it's a bit harder to say for sure. Some people like putting fans on the side to feed cold air directly to the GPU(s), but it isn't always the best. If you have the time, I'd say try both and see which one works best. If warranty isn't a problem with the Noctua fan, you could always get some wires and extend the cable (assuming you're comfortable with wiring).

I'd definitely flip the PSU, because they're both competing to get air from the same part of the case. It'll give the PSU its own dedicated airflow, and also prevent the PSU from "stealing" the GPU's air.

Yea I'll definitely flip the PSU, I was hesitant at first. But now seeing it could affect my precious gpu I'll do that. And in-regards to the cable, sadly I'm not a cable geek I hardly ever screwed something. Anyways I'll see what I can do about it. And warranty isn't an issue. I hope I can get this right.
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I can't figure out how to get the front panel off the Stryker that doesn't make me feel like I'm going to break it.
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First, remove the top panel, the 3.5" drive bays, and the plates holding them in position. Then remove the screws on top (in front of the pcb), and also the ones just above the hidden tray (behind the cover with the CM Storm logo). That's all if I recall correctly. If you have everything off, the plastic panel should slide up a bit and then come off.

Yuniver, JKuhn is correct.
First, remove top panel that's held on by 6 tabs.
Second, unscrew both screws at very top front corners (they look like they have small washers on them, but are not actually washers).
Third, remove all the 5.25" / 3.25" bay dust filters from the front panel.
Fourth, remove the CM Storm faceplate at the bottom of the front panel and remove both screws from the support arm.
Fifth and very important step that most people forget, remove the bottom HDD cage and the metal brackets that hold it in place. If you forget this step, you could break the plastic front panel.
Final step, lift up on front panel and you should only have to move it up roughly an inch before it comes off.

Hope this helps.
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Hi again guys, so I was wondering which screws should I use for the motherboard (Asus maximus vii formula).

I know about the standoffs and they're their, although I'm not sure about the screws that fits in, here's what came with my storm trooper toolbox.

Right or Left?




Side question: what's the best grounding side of the case? I'll be using an anti static wrist guard.
Edited by desirex - 3/30/15 at 6:20am
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