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Poll Results: [NEW POLL] What Color do you have/will you get?

 
  • 24% (164)
    White
  • 9% (65)
    Red
  • 20% (134)
    Black
  • 5% (34)
    SE White/Blue
  • 3% (21)
    SE Black/White
  • 9% (65)
    SE Black/Orange
  • 22% (151)
    SE Gunmetal
  • 3% (26)
    Modded
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post #3181 of 5800
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Originally Posted by IlIfadeIlI View Post

Is that a 140mm on the bottom? If not can a 140mm fit on the bottom?

It is a 140mm fan but it is not screwed in, it is just laying there. A 140mm can't actually be there screwed in, it was designed for a 120mm. I just have it there for the moment until I get the rest of my Corsair fans.

Edit: If you really wanted to you could create your own screw holes and make it fit, if you are comfortable with modding it in such a way. I am terrible with tools so I am not going to do it. xD
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post #3182 of 5800
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Originally Posted by iwalkwithedead View Post

It is a 140mm fan but it is not screwed in, it is just laying there. A 140mm can't actually be there screwed in, it was designed for a 120mm. I just have it there for the moment until I get the rest of my Corsair fans.
Edit: If you really wanted to you could create your own screw holes and make it fit, if you are comfortable with modding it in such a way. I am terrible with tools so I am not going to do it. xD

that cloth looks really thick/ not stretched enough, do you have much airflow through the front? hows it compare to stock?
post #3183 of 5800
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Originally Posted by Figit090 View Post

that cloth looks really thick/ not stretched enough, do you have much airflow through the front? hows it compare to stock?

Just done it last night, same temps, double checked airflow, it's all good and flowing nicely.
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post #3184 of 5800
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Originally Posted by iwalkwithedead View Post

Just done it last night, same temps, double checked airflow, it's all good and flowing nicely.

Your build looks nice I'm glad that worked. I have to ask though, did you block off the big hole in the bottom of the front face, where it meets the main chassis?
post #3185 of 5800
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Originally Posted by Figit090 View Post

Your build looks nice I'm glad that worked. I have to ask though, did you block off the big hole in the bottom of the front face, where it meets the main chassis?

Thank You xD
No I didn't block off the bottom gap. I was still considering adding 2 real dust filters to help, the front was more just for looks. I am adding 2xCorair SP120mm for the front once they all come in. I will post newer and more pictures once I get them all because I have to take out the H100i and motherboard to get all 4 screws on the pump fans.

A friend suggested to see if the H100i would fit in the front bay if the hard drive caddy's were removed, I am looking into that as well, will have to mod of course. If the pump tubes are long enough, I will do it, if not then they will have to stay on the top as exhaust.
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post #3186 of 5800
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Originally Posted by iwalkwithedead View Post

Thank You xD
No I didn't block off the bottom gap. I was still considering adding 2 real dust filters to help, the front was more just for looks. I am adding 2xCorair SP120mm for the front once they all come in. I will post newer and more pictures once I get them all because I have to take out the H100i and motherboard to get all 4 screws on the pump fans.
A friend suggested to see if the H100i would fit in the front bay if the hard drive caddy's were removed, I am looking into that as well, will have to mod of course. If the pump tubes are long enough, I will do it, if not then they will have to stay on the top as exhaust.

ok, well just FYI, that bottom gap will likely be your new air intake, it's possible you're bypassing most of your front bezel for that bottom hole now, turn your fans up to full bore with the case elevated in the front to stick your hand under, or a tissue, and feel how much air gets sucked up through that hole. I'd bet that it's a lot...

I used carefully cut paper and scotch tape to seal the hole.
post #3187 of 5800
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Originally Posted by Figit090 View Post

ok, well just FYI, that bottom gap will likely be your new air intake, it's possible you're bypassing most of your front bezel for that bottom hole now, turn your fans up to full bore with the case elevated in the front to stick your hand under, or a tissue, and feel how much air gets sucked up through that hole. I'd bet that it's a lot...
I used carefully cut paper and scotch tape to seal the hole.

Am I misunderstanding your comment?
As an intake, wouldn't I want all the cold air that it can take?
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post #3188 of 5800
air moves in the least restrictive way possible and the bottom hole is very unrestricted so it mostly the air come through there and causing a build up of dust in the pc case
 
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i5 2500k asus cheap ass motherboard gtx 670 ftw corsair vengence 8 gigs 
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phantom 410 modified rat 7 1 million dollor souround system sometimes when... 
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Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
corsiar force 3 light on coolermaster hyper evo windows 7 
CaseMouseAudio
phantom 410 modified rat 7 1 million dollor souround system sometimes when... 
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i5 2500k asus p77 evga 670ftw corsair vengance  
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post #3189 of 5800
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Originally Posted by modnoob View Post

air moves in the least restrictive way possible and the bottom hole is very unrestricted so it mostly the air come through there and causing a build up of dust in the pc case

I know, that is why I am buying 120mm dust filters. thumb.gif
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post #3190 of 5800
OK then there is no issue here:D
 
Marylin
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i5 2500k asus cheap ass motherboard gtx 670 ftw corsair vengence 8 gigs 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
corsiar force 3 light on coolermaster hyper evo windows 7 
CaseMouseAudio
phantom 410 modified rat 7 1 million dollor souround system sometimes when... 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 2500k asus p77 evga 670ftw corsair vengance  
CoolingOS
liquid cooling  windows 7 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 2500k asus cheap ass motherboard gtx 670 ftw corsair vengence 8 gigs 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
corsiar force 3 light on coolermaster hyper evo windows 7 
CaseMouseAudio
phantom 410 modified rat 7 1 million dollor souround system sometimes when... 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 2500k asus p77 evga 670ftw corsair vengance  
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