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Any quick tips this case has been a nightmare from the start my CPU block appears to be to thick underneath and motherboard cannot reach pins?

Get rid of this backplate, You don't need it wink.gif
 
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What's a good fan set up for a top mounted 240 rad? I'm thinking of doing 2 corsair af120's mounted to the front as intake and 2 corsair sp120's mounted to the rad as exhaust. I may stick one of the included 120s in the back, not sure though. What do you guys think?
    
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If youre doing a rad on the top and want the corsair fans you should consider getting the SP series of fans for all of the fans on the radiator. When mixing fans like that you can cause some weird reaction between the two fans...crazy I know, but its true. thumb.gif
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Love my new case from Performance-PCs. I decide to use single rad , XSPC AX240 white. Anyone give some suggestion which fan (should be quite) I should use in front as an intake?
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Love my new case from Performance-PCs. I decide to use single rad , XSPC AX240 white. Anyone give some suggestion which fan (should be quite) I should use in front as an intake?

Love blue! smile.gif Color of my next build, scratch build. smile.gif more internal pics please. smile.gif
   
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Love my new case from Performance-PCs. I decide to use single rad , XSPC AX240 white. Anyone give some suggestion which fan (should be quite) I should use in front as an intake?

That's slick. Is it their cool blue or sky blue?

Edit: it doesn't look like the build is fully functioning yet, but if it is, what temps do you get with only 1 rad?
Edited by Dmz96 - 2/3/13 at 7:34pm
    
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Love my new case from Performance-PCs. I decide to use single rad , XSPC AX240 white. Anyone give some suggestion which fan (should be quite) I should use in front as an intake?

That is a sweet case thumb.gif My done by PPCS is Fire Red biggrin.gif Though now I intend doing a custom panel of my own
post #5038 of 11741
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Love my new case from Performance-PCs. I decide to use single rad , XSPC AX240 white. Anyone give some suggestion which fan (should be quite) I should use in front as an intake?

If you want absolute quietest fan (imo quietest 120mm fan there is and i've tried most of them) go for noctua s12b-flx, even at super low rpm it doesn't have any clicking switching noises. Maybe 120mm is too small though.

The spectre 230mm is great, the non-pro version is alot quieter than the pro version and if you put a voltage reduction cable on it it can still push a ton of air while being about as quiet as you're going to get for a fan of that size. Comes in white too of course and I was happy to see that it has no clicking noises even at 600rpm:


Edited by ilikebeer - 2/3/13 at 7:27pm
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I have the 230mm spectre pro, and it doesn't move any air at all T_T
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What rpm are you running it at? My non-pro at 600, if i stick my hand in i can feel a breeze and this guy doesn't have any HDD cage like me so he'd have even better flow.
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