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I just put them together and waiting for single sleeve cables from Moddiy .
Why is the bottom fan sometime drop in speed once in a while, I could see the fan slow down just for a split second then spin up again, and the bottom fan I could see it's speed is slower than the top fan.
and sometime I could hear a vibrating noise if I put my ear close enough to the top panel fan. How to fix these anyone ?
It's a decent case , only a few problem I mention above.
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Hey guys I just got my Storm Trooper yesterday and I love it! It's such an upgrade from the Tempest and so much easier to carry to work with me. I ordered the side window but that hasn't come yet biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Welcome! Carry it to work? pff.. mmm..I like the keyboard!
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quick question guys. Im almost positive that it doesnt matter but wanted to ask here anyway.
I wanted my hdd cage fans sucking air from the front of the case. I turned them around, but noticed the wires for the two led fans were not going to be positioned very well and look bad all in the same. The cage where the fans mount have specific labels which say "top", "inside" etc..
Basically I just turned the fans half a turn to get the fan wires to the opposite side and tuck out of the way. I was basically wondering if it matters that the fans are not situated straight up and down?
Also, why does the rear 140mm fan have a two pin to male/female molex. None of the other fans have this. I took it off and connected it to the fan wire coming from the front panel.
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Turning fans doesn't matter at all. As long as it still provides enough airflow. As for the rear fan connector..what kind of molex? (btw, Molex is the manufacturer)
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Does anyone know if there is anyway to have the front audio ports (Audio In and Out) work with a sound card (ASUS XONAR DG 5.1)?
I would love to be able to plug in my headphones/mic to the front of this case and have it redirect from the sound coming out of my ASUS card.

On my [sold] Asus Xonar DX2 I could plug both mic & front headphone connectors in. Those connectors were on top of the audio card.
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Does anyone know if there is anyway to have the front audio ports (Audio In and Out) work with a sound card (ASUS XONAR DG 5.1)?
I would love to be able to plug in my headphones/mic to the front of this case and have it redirect from the sound coming out of my ASUS card.

I believe your card has a audio header towards the back that says "Front Panel".
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Turning fans doesn't matter at all. As long as it still provides enough airflow. As for the rear fan connector..what kind of molex? (btw, Molex is the manufacturer)
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aha. Whenever I see a fan that only has a 4-pin (flat) molex I wonder why they even still make them. I don't see the use for that..
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lol. that was attached to the rear fan. I just took it off.

by the way, here is my case to join

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New location without cutting the H80 only with a double-sided tape.













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forgive me, but where are you dvd,cd, bluray drives?
 
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I was wondering if anyone had built or found a cover for the psu wires?

similar to the haf x
 
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forgive me, but where are you dvd,cd, bluray drives?


I does not interest dvd, has to the films in hard disk
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