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Originally Posted by drunkenvalley View Post

I'd say there isn't a reason to worry about the powersupply unless it's unusually wide. The bottom of the case is designed to be able to fit two 140mm in a row, although one of them is dedicated to the powersupply. tongue.gif
seems the bottom holds 2 120's not 2 140's tongue.gif
  
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post #182 of 549
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Originally Posted by LesPaul30 View Post

I would like to say Hello, as I just did my new build with this case. I am using the Asus Sabertooth z77 with the case and have a question.

How bright are the LED's supposed to be in the case? They seem a little dim. I also can't seem to figure out the control of them, since the board has 4 pin fans and the case uses 3 in some areas. Does the high/low buttons work in that situation then? They DO work, and seem to go off and on using high and low, but I also can't figure out the color control there. When I hit the FAN LED switch it only seems to go from green to blue. Nothing else..

The fan are with LED incorporated..but they aren't controlled by your MOBO...They are controlled by a mini pcb control board who is under your lled and hight/low switch..The pcb get pwer from the only molex conecctor you was find in the case



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Originally Posted by INCREDIBLEHULK View Post

Sent you a PM mate, curious about the PSU upside down, I assumed doing this would impede the airflow causing air to bounce back into the PSU and potentially have major heating issues

totaly wrong...the case have her legs...so thats mean you have space between bottom and your psu...in my opinion..in case is disipating a lot of heat..so why your psu should get hotair when she can get nice fresh air also dust free because of the mesh panel from bottom
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Originally Posted by -SE7EN- View Post

thanks a bunch. as far as just in the case, the cd-rom drive just slid back and kind of locked into place, sitting about half an inch behind the little front mesh pieces, thought it was supposed to be like that at first. biggrin.gif

you can also get the entire face down..then unscrew like 8 screws from side ..where the headphone suport is..and u get put another screw to hold evrything fine..at least i was did that.
post #183 of 549
well, I took it all apart today (except the board) to basically start from scratch - this was the first computer I have put together by myself, and it seems I did do some things wrong. I figured out the little tool-less cd drive feature, I guess I was using it, but in the wrong position. Turned the PSU facing downwards. I didn't know also that gpus covers were meant to come off, I thought you were just supposed to wipe the fan off and spray air into it lol. Running ~8-10c cooler at idle.... and so much more quiet! So far the door hasn't been vibrating, or whatever it was doing to make that racket either smile.gif Don't know how the PSU made the door rattle, but thanks for the fix as I guess it was that.
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How do you remove the side fan on the door just in case you have to replace it?smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Fieel View Post

You can easily unscrew it smile.gif
maybe I am missing something, but it has those 'grills' covering the fan. I removed the screws from that, but all it did was enable independent sliding, the grills don't seem to come off. This side fan is something I couldn't seem to get tonight, doesn't look like it is removable.

update: the vibrating-rattling noise is still present, it is just a lot less noisy now. It seems to be the door, as the top side doesn't look to be as snug as the lower part.
Edited by -SE7EN- - 3/23/13 at 12:31pm
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post #184 of 549
Hi, this is my first time building a computer. I have a GA-H67MA-USB3-B3 mobo and can't figure out how to get the hot swap bays to recognize the drives. I successfully connected the power to the 5-1 adapter, and the sata cable is plugged into the sata port on the mobo. I felt my drives in the hot swap bays and they got warm and I can feel their tiny vibrations, so I know they are connected and powered up, but for some reason when I go into disc management it does not see them. I wanted to have my SSD in the first bay, and a 1TB drive in the second. My OS is on the SSD, which is currently hooked up directly to the mobo and power. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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Hi, this is my first time building a computer. I have a GA-H67MA-USB3-B3 mobo and can't figure out how to get the hot swap bays to recognize the drives. I successfully connected the power to the 5-1 adapter, and the sata cable is plugged into the sata port on the mobo. I felt my drives in the hot swap bays and they got warm and I can feel their tiny vibrations, so I know they are connected and powered up, but for some reason when I go into disc management it does not see them. I wanted to have my SSD in the first bay, and a 1TB drive in the second. My OS is on the SSD, which is currently hooked up directly to the mobo and power. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks.

Again, i don't see how this has something to do with the case smile.gif

I think that your problem is software-wise as the drives are properly connected and as you said you can feel that they are working correctly
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post #186 of 549
Thanks, I ended up just getting a U2-UFO by mountainmods and gave the level 10 gt to my friend. I think you are right though, it's probably my motherboard or something else other than the case. Thanks for the response though.
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1377343/build-log-h-u-l-k-s-m-a-s-h
Any of you who care to share experience or advice I'd appreciate it greatly:thumb:
  
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post #188 of 549
Hi...sorry for "offtopic".

I´ll planing change my system...and I have one question about the TT LEVEL 10 GT.

Can fit an ASUS RAMPAGE IV EXTREME (XL-ATX) ?

Thanks!!!
post #189 of 549
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Hi...sorry for "offtopic".

I´ll planing change my system...and I have one question about the TT LEVEL 10 GT.

Can fit an ASUS RAMPAGE IV EXTREME (XL-ATX) ?

Thanks!!!
I've heard of people fitting it but I may be mistaken I've got a maximus v formula in mine but that's E-ATX
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post #190 of 549
Hey Guys
I'm pretty sure i'm purchasing this case near the end of summer for my first true gaming rig and I was wondering if anyone has had any major problems with it that weren't already mentioned in this thread or difficulties. From what I read so far I see that the case fits in a water cooling loop pretty easily and will still have a nice amount of room inside.
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