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Looks much better!
post #2522 of 8430
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Looks much better!
Thanks, Corky.

I've never been one to care much for a "clean" build, but seeing how nice some systems look I figured I should try it out myself.

Now I work on trying to figure out how to get more flow in to the case. I'm thinking about taking the fan on the drive cage and mounting it to pull air from underneath the case.
post #2523 of 8430
Hi guys i just bought this case but my power button is weird. its like this.




I want it up not right please help me.
Edited by kregore610 - 3/23/13 at 11:57am
post #2524 of 8430
It's supposed to be like that. If you don't want it to light up just disconnect the power led cable from the motherboard.

Sorry misread your post. I see now what you mean. Not sure if you can remove it and put it the right way around but I'll have a look.
Edited by braindrain - 3/23/13 at 12:43pm
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It's supposed to be like that. If you don't want it to light up just disconnect the power led cable from the motherboard.

No, it's not lol. His actual icon is sideways. Manufacturing glitch probably.
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Would there be any benefits if I set my front fans up this way? Being curious I can't test it yet, because I'm still waiting on parts and money haha.

I plan on putting my hard drives(1 SSD & 1 3.5") in the dvd drive area If I can figure a good way out. Thanks

post #2527 of 8430
No, there's no benefit to doing that. The faster fan will just wear out the slower one, while the slower one provides nothing but extra resistance.
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No, it's not lol. His actual icon is sideways. Manufacturing glitch probably.

Lol yeah I realized that after looking at his pic again. Very odd.
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Yes its very odd indeed. What happens if I remove the plastic thing behind the button?.





Edited by kregore610 - 3/23/13 at 4:33pm
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Yes its very odd indeed. What happens if i remove the plastic thing behind the button?.

The plastic "thing" is part of the button. Don't see a way to remove it. All I can suggest is contact Corsair and get them to send you a new front panel. If they will.
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