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Poll Results: Which One(s) Do you Own?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 14% of voters (91)
    200R
  • 22% of voters (135)
    300R
  • 18% of voters (112)
    400R
  • 46% of voters (283)
    500R
612 Total Votes  
post #2611 of 4611
VERY tidy cable management William. Kudos!
post #2612 of 4611
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zyrael View Post

VERY tidy cable management William. Kudos!

its tidy cause there isnt any thing there. lol. motherboard and 2 sata drives.
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post #2613 of 4611
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Originally Posted by pc-illiterate View Post

its tidy cause there isnt any thing there. lol. motherboard and 2 sata drives.

Yup tongue.gif My [mom's] 300R I built is the same.

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post #2614 of 4611
Lol I love this smile.gif
So much room for such a small board smile.gif
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006 by Kerelm, on Flickr


002 by Kerelm, on Flickr


009 by Kerelm, on Flickr


500r smile.gif
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post #2616 of 4611
Anyone that can tell me if there's enough room in the 300R for a H60 push/pull in the rear including 2 top fans? (All corsair SP120's)

Already ordered it because it can house an E-ATX board but I didn't take this into account redface.gif
Edited by Problame - 12/18/12 at 1:44am
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post #2617 of 4611
Hey guys new to the forum here thumb.gif
Just got my build over a month now.
Was wondering anyone bother plugging up the back of the PCI slots ??

http://www.awd-it.co.uk/images/detailed/4/corsair-400r-rear2.jpg

Because there are alot of dust gathered up inside my case at the spot when i open my case today.....
Im still puzzle why the plates they made had holes in it.....

If anyone do plug it up , mind sharing? Maybe a mod you did or something

I only used 3 slots , 2X for GPU , 1X for Sound Card
post #2618 of 4611
Quote:
Originally Posted by Problame View Post

Anyone that can tell me if there's enough room in the 300R for a H60 push/pull in the rear including 2 top fans? (All corsair SP120's)
Already ordered it because it can house an E-ATX board but I didn't take this into account redface.gif

it houses an eatx? depends which eatx board.

in regards to the push-pull, if worst comes to worse you can just have one of the fans on the outside.

FAN ||case|| RADIATOR | FAN
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post #2619 of 4611
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gh0sT-NoVa View Post

Hey guys new to the forum here thumb.gif
Just got my build over a month now.
Was wondering anyone bother plugging up the back of the PCI slots ??
http://www.awd-it.co.uk/images/detailed/4/corsair-400r-rear2.jpg
Because there are alot of dust gathered up inside my case at the spot when i open my case today.....
Im still puzzle why the plates they made had holes in it.....
If anyone do plug it up , mind sharing? Maybe a mod you did or something
I only used 3 slots , 2X for GPU , 1X for Sound Card
One of the main things is to make sure you have more intakes (filtered) than exhausts. This way you have positive pressure in your case, and it's pushing out through the cracks and holes, and stopping the dust from being drawn in.
post #2620 of 4611
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Originally Posted by Zyrael View Post

VERY tidy cable management William. Kudos!
Thank's man biggrin.gif
Your 500r is very cool
Quote:
Originally Posted by pc-illiterate View Post

its tidy cause there isnt any thing there. lol. motherboard and 2 sata drives.

it's not yet complete... soon SSD 120, XFX 7970 and other air cooler, maybe I'll make changes in the 500r thumb.gif
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