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so do 3.5's drives fit at all without modding? how many 2.5's can i fit? I know I can just velcro ssd's but i cant do that to mechanicals thinking about getting this case.
The two quick-slots on the front are for 3.5, aren't they?
post #1652 of 10493
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so do 3.5's drives fit at all without modding? how many 2.5's can i fit? I know I can just velcro ssd's but i cant do that to mechanicals thinking about getting this case.

the 2 front 3.5 bays are screwless and obviously hold 3.5 but are setup to accept 2.5s also. The internal drive rack is only for 2.5s. the 5.25 bays could hold any with adapters.
post #1653 of 10493
2 3.5" drives. I didn't have to do anything but take off the pcb board and ran them direct instead of hot swap bays. I think 5 2.5" drives will fit. 4 for sure
post #1654 of 10493
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Originally Posted by JAM3S121 View Post

so do 3.5's drives fit at all without modding? how many 2.5's can i fit? I know I can just velcro ssd's but i cant do that to mechanicals thinking about getting this case.

You can fit 2 - 3.5" or 2.5" drives in the hot swap bay and it also has 4 - 2.5" only tool-less bays that can be removed or move over to a 2nd set of holes.

If you want, you can also get 5.25" to 3.5" brackets to put 2 more 3.5" drives in the 5.25" bays.
post #1655 of 10493
Is this monitor 120hz. It doesn't say in the description. I know I will need the better hz when I get my second card soon. It looks like a great monitor for the dough !
post #1656 of 10493
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I have an Asus PA248Q, which is a 24 inch IPS panel with a resolution of 1920x1200. If you're sticking with 1080, I would suggest staying away from 27 inch panels as their less dense pixel pitch starts to look crappy (depending on how far you sit from it of course). 27 inch panels really look best with a 1440 resolution. The more dense pixel pitch of a 24 inch screen at 1080 will look much more crisp sitting right in front of you, compared to a 27 incher with the same rez.

A great monitor for the price:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B008DWH00K

Is this monitor 120hz. Looks great but can't find it in the specs?
post #1657 of 10493
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Is this monitor 120hz. Looks great but can't find it in the specs?

No, unfortunately it's not.
 
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
Crucial M4 128Gb Seagate Barracuda ST1000DM003  Mushkin Chronos Enhanced Deluxe 60Gb Samsung BluRay drive 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Xigmatek Dark Knight 2 Nighthawk Edition Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit Asus PA248Q Ideazon Merc Stealth 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corsair AX-750 Coolermaster HAF Xb Mionix Naos 8200 X Trac Ripper XXL 
AudioOtherOther
Creative Labs Titanium Pro to Pioneer Amp Lamptron FC5V2 Fan Controller KLH 3-way 8-inch Bookshelves / Sennheiser HD-555 
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post #1658 of 10493

one more hole to put for the wires, some trimming to do in the middle, and paint it black, but its comming along smile.gif Oh and fit the mesh ontop...

Edited by JollyGreenJoint - 3/22/13 at 11:59pm
post #1659 of 10493
Wish there were more white colored 120/140mm fan options. And yes, I tried the Aerosharks and I didn't like them, even at 7v speeds. I'm sick of LED/black plastic fans.
post #1660 of 10493
Alpenfohn , bitefenix , enermax , you have plenty of non black fans,.......

you should try the new asus 27 inch 1440p it s really cheap for the quality ,...... ASUS PB Series PB278Q 27""
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