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Omg I want this case. Does it hold a thick quad 120 and a thick dual 120 in the bottom (RX480 and RX240 for example)??

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I have been helping someone who is getting this case rendering parts for him so he can see what his build will look like when he gets this case.

He suggested i post it here for you all to see so here it is.

The measurements for the case were from CorsairGeorge in an earlier post and i used pictures from the internet scaled to the same measurements to make the cuts and the case the rest of the parts are all made to scale.



And Without side panel




@ Captivate: while hunting for information about this case I found the following Radiator Size was confirmed in the video on the main Corsair site just watch the Video


front
360
240

top
480
420

Bottom
480
420
240
280
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Just wondering, any specs for the new AF120L and AF140L fan? Like noise and rpm?
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Just wondering, any specs for the new AF120L and AF140L fan? Like noise and rpm?
George please,
Could you explain us about specs of AF120L and AF140L?
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I will finalize specs for you guys soon, have them at the office and I'm at home for the weekend.

The AF120L and AF140L use the same shroud and impeller design that the AF120 and AF140 retail do. They do differ in the following ways:

- Sleeve bearing
- Lower RPM (stock case buyers are very concerned about noise levels)
- No rubber corners
- No color swappable rings
- Impeller is grey instead of black
- Longer cables

If I remember right I think the 120mm runs around 1200 RPM and the 140mm runs around 1000 RPM, but I'll post the exact specs when I get to work this week.
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Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge View Post

I will finalize specs for you guys soon, have them at the office and I'm at home for the weekend.

The AF120L and AF140L use the same shroud and impeller design that the AF120 and AF140 retail do. They do differ in the following ways:

- Sleeve bearing
- Lower RPM (stock case buyers are very concerned about noise levels)
- No rubber corners
- No color swappable rings
- Impeller is grey instead of black
- Longer cables

If I remember right I think the 120mm runs around 1200 RPM and the 140mm runs around 1000 RPM, but I'll post the exact specs when I get to work this week.
Thanks a lot George!!!
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Also a heads up - on the front you can put a 240 and fans without interfering with any internal cages or anything. But if you want to put a 360 the extra length means the radiator needs to go inside the case so you have to sacrifice the front hdd cage positions.

Also for those wondering, the bottom sides have about 110mm of space for rads + fans, with about a 20mm "gap" between that for airflow or tubing if needed.
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unboxing video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uzkk-qjsAdQ

drool.gif hate u~ i want to use my new computer, all my new parts are crying on the floor
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Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge View Post

I will finalize specs for you guys soon, have them at the office and I'm at home for the weekend.

The AF120L and AF140L use the same shroud and impeller design that the AF120 and AF140 retail do. They do differ in the following ways:

- Sleeve bearing
- Lower RPM (stock case buyers are very concerned about noise levels)
- No rubber corners
- No color swappable rings
- Impeller is grey instead of black
- Longer cables

If I remember right I think the 120mm runs around 1200 RPM and the 140mm runs around 1000 RPM, but I'll post the exact specs when I get to work this week.

So they should have the same performance as the normal one if running at same rpm?
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