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Will the 650D accept a Thermalright TY-140 in the rear & 2x in the top for exhausting air? I bought a 650D yesterday and want to replace the fans, but don't want to waste money buying them if they won't fit.

The rear mounting hole is 120mm so i assume the TY-140 will fit, if not i can probably shave the sides down a little bit and force it to!

& In the top, i saw a picture of someone with two mounted, but they were cable tied in. Cant you use the existing mounting holes in the top?

I'm also taking suggestions for a replacement front fan, i'll be moving the HDD rack back towards the PSU so any width fan is fine.



Thanks for your time
Edited by beamstas - 10/4/11 at 6:06pm
post #2 of 9
There are quite a few mounting holes, It will most likely support a 140mm fan with no problem
post #3 of 9
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Originally Posted by crunkosaur View Post
There are quite a few mounting holes, It will most likely support a 140mm fan with no problem
Thanks for your response, the mounts are 120mm (but the fan is 140mm) and im wondering if they will fit/why they don't fit.
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Found a response in another thread after ALOT of digging

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Originally Posted by red123 View Post
Okay so I have attempted to fit 2 Thermalright TY-140 for the top exhaust, but the fans are too fat to fit both of them. Does anyone know of any tricks to get them to fit? =(
Now just trying to find out if it will fit as an exhuast fan.

EDIT: Just found a pic on another forum, doesn't look like it'll fit in the rear either. Dammit.

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Edited by beamstas - 10/4/11 at 7:41pm
post #5 of 9
Thread Starter 
Well has anyone fit NZXT FX-140LB 140mm Fan x2 for exhaust in the roof?
post #6 of 9
I believe it has mounts for 200mm, 2x 120mm, and 2 x 140mm in the top.


Edited by oceanlyner - 10/4/11 at 8:24pm
post #7 of 9
If you want a 140mm rear exhaust, get the Noctua then. 140mm with 120mm mounting holes.
    
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I believe it has mounts for 200mm, 2x 120mm, and 2 x 140mm in the top.

I'm aware of that, but i believe the thermalight fans are too fat to fit the mounts. correct me if i'm wrong.

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If you want a 140mm rear exhaust, get the Noctua then. 140mm with 120mm mounting holes.
Will i run into the same problem as the ty140? 120mm mounting holes but the fan is too fat?
post #9 of 9
Ever figure this out? I'm about to run into the exact same situation as my 650D is coming in next week and I'm looking for case fan replacement options. The TY-140's are at the top of my list considering their excellent cfm/noise ratio but I don't want to order 6-8 fans and be stuck with only 4 that fit.
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