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post #7551 of 12515
hello guys i am newbie on here pleased to meet you all
and thanks for letting me post here and join the club


i am proud owner of cm storm trooper

but i need more advice for my trooper

here's my picture of trooper




and this is the cable management i have very simple with trooper cable management


My Whole System

thanks guys and please your comment and advice me more what i can do with my trooper

regards

Halyosy
Edited by Halyosy - 5/14/13 at 8:05am
post #7552 of 12515
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Originally Posted by Halyosy View Post

hello guys i am newbie on here pleased to meet you all
and thanks for letting me post here and join the club


i am proud owner of cm storm trooper

but i need more advice for my trooper

here's my picture of trooper




and this is the cable management i have very simple with trooper cable management


My Whole System

thanks guys and please your comment and advice me more what i can do with my trooper

regards

Halyosy

Is that a custom side panel or is it from another case? I'd also recommend rotating the HDD bays so the fans can be used to pull cold air into the case, instead of just blowing it through.
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Is that a custom side panel or is it from another case? I'd also recommend rotating the HDD bays so the fans can be used to pull cold air into the case, instead of just blowing it through.
thanks for the comment sir

this is my custom side panel not from another case

hmm i will think about it

but i already have 2 fans that give intake wind 1 at bot and 1 at the back case

the top i use for exhaust wind is this wrong can you gimme some advice?
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thanks for the comment sir

this is my custom side panel not from another case

hmm i will think about it

but i already have 2 fans that give intake wind 1 at bot and 1 at the back case

the top i use for exhaust wind is this wrong can you gimme some advice?

Using the rear fan for intake will cause a lot of dust to enter the case unless you install a filter, so I prefer using it as exhaust (from the picture it looks like it's blowing out though). A general rule of thumb is also to use the bottom/front fans for intake and the rear/top for exhaust since hot air rises, but there are exceptions so it's best to try different setups, and also plan exactly how the air will move through the case. I noticed that you're only using the bottom HDD bay so even if you want to keep that one as it is, it's still better to rotate the top one because it's currently not contributing to the cooling.
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Using the rear fan for intake will cause a lot of dust to enter the case unless you install a filter, so I prefer using it as exhaust (from the picture it looks like it's blowing out though). A general rule of thumb is also to use the bottom/front fans for intake and the rear/top for exhaust since hot air rises, but there are exceptions so it's best to try different setups, and also plan exactly how the air will move through the case. I noticed that you're only using the bottom HDD bay so even if you want to keep that one as it is, it's still better to rotate the top one because it's currently not contributing to the cooling.

thanks sir

i will rotate the upper hdd bay to intake and seal off the wind hexagonal i already made with another acrylic

thanks again for the input sir anything else sir ?

and btw how can i join this trooper club? already fill the input at first page

thanks again sir have a good day
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Welcome!
I would rotate the bottom hdd case so that it blows cool air in and keep the other one, where I'd place the hdd's, as it is.
thumb.gif on the psu cover and side panel
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Using the rear fan for intake will cause a lot of dust to enter the case unless you install a filter, so I prefer using it as exhaust (from the picture it looks like it's blowing out though). A general rule of thumb is also to use the bottom/front fans for intake and the rear/top for exhaust since hot air rises, but there are exceptions so it's best to try different setups, and also plan exactly how the air will move through the case. I noticed that you're only using the bottom HDD bay so even if you want to keep that one as it is, it's still better to rotate the top one because it's currently not contributing to the cooling.

Agreed!....................

So my 2nd baby, my 4runnr thinks the trooper in front seat is a human, seatbelt sign dings but I was planning to strap her in anyway, now air bag weight switch is on... incase of an accident while I post and drive tongue.gif

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post #7558 of 12515
here's my picture of trooper





Halyosy[/quote]
Very nice ! i like the psu cover a lot ! how did you make it ? I'm tempted to try make one myself
Edited by romaing - 5/14/13 at 12:24pm
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here's my picture of trooper

Where did you get your psu cover? Or did you make it yourself?
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How is the h100i?

Edited by OneGun - 5/14/13 at 10:23pm
 
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