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post #4781 of 5801
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Originally Posted by PhantomTaco View Post

Not just you. The top panel and front panel do creak on mine when pressure is applied.

mine's been like that since the day i got it, i cant understand why either
   
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post #4782 of 5801
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mine's been like that since the day i got it, i cant understand why either

Does it creak even if the sidepanel is removed?
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post #4783 of 5801
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Originally Posted by MrDinoX View Post

Does it creak even if the sidepanel is removed?

No.
It creaks because it is plastic.. It isnt meant to hold pressure.
post #4784 of 5801
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Originally Posted by AaronMa View Post

No.
It creaks because it is plastic.. It isnt meant to hold pressure.

I reckon that's right, after all it is plastic. But what confuses me is, other cases ive seen dont do it. My last case was a Cooler Master Centurion 5 II, almost 100% metal, but i chose the Phantom 410 because i think it's exotic and awesome.
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Does it creak even if the sidepanel is removed?

I think so, even the side panel window creaks if you press it.

Anyone else experiencing this too?
   
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post #4785 of 5801
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Originally Posted by PoisonousRakija View Post

I reckon that's right, after all it is plastic. But what confuses me is, other cases ive seen dont do it. My last case was a Cooler Master Centurion 5 II, almost 100% metal, but i chose the Phantom 410 because i think it's exotic and awesome.
I think so, even the side panel window creaks if you press it.

Anyone else experiencing this too?

A little creaking from the side panel when quite a bit of pressure is applied for me.
What causes the creaking, at least my understanding, is that there is an open space for the sound to reverberate and make it seem loud.
Most cases have plastic, but are then backed by metal close enough that the creaking isnt experienced as often.

Just what I think..
post #4786 of 5801
Hi fellow Phantom 410 owners! I'm fairly new to this forum and to this case. Here is my build using the black 410 case. I had to make a few mods to get it to where I wanted it, but now am pretty happy with the results. This is my first custom modded water cooling build so any suggestions from the seasoned modders on this forum are most welcome. Hope you guys like it...I know I enjoyed building it! biggrin.gif The parts list for this build are on my profile.










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post #4787 of 5801
I think the case creaks because it's part plastic and the texture of this plastic just inherantly creaks. If it were a softer polymer it might not but it's very stiff and glossy, so you'll get creaking as the parts move back and forth against each other.

Basically the parts are touching one another and when you contort the case, the static friction between the pieces of plastic is broken and you get movement, but it's choppy and audible as all get out because the plastic is very resonant and thin enough to act like a drum. Metal won't resonate like that, nor will it contort as easily, and if it does it probably would slide rather than creak.

Also, if you hadn't noticed there are lots of pieces to the front face alone, and the whole case has lots of "joints" that can move, albeit just a millimeter here and there.

Kind-of like what happens when you relax your fingers and slide them forward on a desk with them lightly touching the desk, just enough to catch as they move forward. They may slide but if just the right pressure is used, they'll catch, stop, then release and slide, and catch again and repeat as you slide your fingers. watch them vibrate. same idea, just different material.

if you push slowly on the case one way or another the same happens, it creaks and you hear a noise and it moves a fraction of a millimeter. push again and it moves some more. Doors do it too. No big deal guys, your PC should be sitting still anyway, right?
thumb.gifthumb.gif

I have to admit it's a bit annoying when I'm moving the case but that's seldom and in reality, doesn't matter what so ever. smile.gif
post #4788 of 5801
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Originally Posted by PoisonousRakija View Post

I reckon that's right, after all it is plastic. But what confuses me is, other cases ive seen dont do it. My last case was a Cooler Master Centurion 5 II, almost 100% metal, but i chose the Phantom 410 because i think it's exotic and awesome.
I think so, even the side panel window creaks if you press it.

Anyone else experiencing this too?

Mine only creaks when the sidepanel is on, if i remove it, no more creaking sound, i found out that the side panel and the top plastic part is making the creaking sound on my case, so what I did before tightening the back screw of the panel, is to pull the panel away from the base then tighten it, so less surface contact, no creaking sound for me,

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post #4789 of 5801
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Originally Posted by Pablidito View Post

Hi fellow Phantom 410 owners! I'm fairly new to this forum and to this case. Here is my build using the black 410 case. I had to make a few mods to get it to where I wanted it, but now am pretty happy with the results. This is my first custom modded water cooling build so any suggestions from the seasoned modders on this forum are most welcome. Hope you guys like it...I know I enjoyed building it! biggrin.gif The parts list for this build are on my profile.

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post #4790 of 5801
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Originally Posted by AaronMa View Post

A little creaking from the side panel when quite a bit of pressure is applied for me.
What causes the creaking, at least my understanding, is that there is an open space for the sound to reverberate and make it seem loud.
Most cases have plastic, but are then backed by metal close enough that the creaking isnt experienced as often.

Just what I think..

Quote:
Originally Posted by Figit090 View Post

I think the case creaks because it's part plastic and the texture of this plastic just inherantly creaks. If it were a softer polymer it might not but it's very stiff and glossy, so you'll get creaking as the parts move back and forth against each other.

Basically the parts are touching one another and when you contort the case, the static friction between the pieces of plastic is broken and you get movement, but it's choppy and audible as all get out because the plastic is very resonant and thin enough to act like a drum. Metal won't resonate like that, nor will it contort as easily, and if it does it probably would slide rather than creak.

Also, if you hadn't noticed there are lots of pieces to the front face alone, and the whole case has lots of "joints" that can move, albeit just a millimeter here and there.

Kind-of like what happens when you relax your fingers and slide them forward on a desk with them lightly touching the desk, just enough to catch as they move forward. They may slide but if just the right pressure is used, they'll catch, stop, then release and slide, and catch again and repeat as you slide your fingers. watch them vibrate. same idea, just different material.

if you push slowly on the case one way or another the same happens, it creaks and you hear a noise and it moves a fraction of a millimeter. push again and it moves some more. Doors do it too. No big deal guys, your PC should be sitting still anyway, right?
thumb.gifthumb.gif

I have to admit it's a bit annoying when I'm moving the case but that's seldom and in reality, doesn't matter what so ever. smile.gif

That makes sense actually.
I brought it up because nobody else has (i think) and i had been hearing it sometimes since day 1 with the case, and never heard it from another.
Though it's a very nice and exotic case in my opinion i wouldn't replace it over that, i was just wondering if there's a way to minimize it?
   
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