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Can't wait till I get home! Hope its not damaged

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On the Scythe's, awesome. For case fans, SP120 Performance or Quiet?

Depends on your preference I like a quiet case myself. I even turn the quiet edition fans down to about 80%
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My 900D arrived yesterday afternoon. I opened it an hour ago.
It doesn't have the bag or box of screws or anything else in the case, box or anywhere else.
Anybody else have this problem?

im pissed too. i just got the case from fedex today and i unboxed it will no damages and there's no bag of screws!! George can you do something?????? mad.gif

i cant put my parts in with out that bag of screws.

please help
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nvm i found the box of screws in the lower hdd cage lol ,i got scared
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where are the motherboard stand offs? do i need them?
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where are the motherboard stand offs? do i need them?

All the stand offs are already screwed into the case.
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where are the motherboard stand offs? do i need them?

Siriously? you have bought the best case on the market and still you are making this kind of questions?

Make sure to unscrew all the standoffs you wont be using, as they could damage the motherboard.
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Quick question everyone............Need some opinions. I'm setting up the 900d with an H110 on top, and adding 4 fans to the side.
I ran into a problem with my 650D case where the front was sucking hot air in from the 31inch monitor I have and causing some
heat problems. I was thinking of changing the 900D front intakes to outakes and the rear and side to intake with the H110 in push
mode and 1 extra fan on top exhausting. This way the rear and sides would be pulling in cool air, and the top and front fans would be exhausting out the front and top.
What do you all think....suggestions....opinions?
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I will say please and thank you

SEMPER FI

Here's the pic of a 480 Monsta with push. It may be a little tight cabling the CPU 8pin, but it doesn't bother me. I'll have to see how it goes this weekend. I started my first build log and should be installing the rest of the hardware this weekend if you want see what the final result would be. .

Build Log: http://www.overclock.net/t/1393949/build-log-ovrsghtx2-900d-rebuild

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RAMHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
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Custom Water Windows10 Acer x34 Predator Asus PB278Q 
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Siriously? you have bought the best case on the market and still you are making this kind of questions?

Make sure to unscrew all the standoffs you wont be using, as they could damage the motherboard.

I have to agree with you there.. that is kind of a weird question to be asking when you're buying a 350$ case.. but to answer the second half of milans question about whether you need them or not.. yes. you need them.
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