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Howdy gents, managed to finish my build as well. Here's a few pics of the finished product.







post #712 of 914
^ Looks very organized, good work. Wonder if you could replace the green on the PSU with red- either paint or vinyl to match.
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Originally Posted by murky44 View Post

Nice build! How did you like building in the 350D?
Also, does the SSD caddy actually latch on to the hard drive cage, or did you tape/place it there another way? I didn't even think to check if I could move it down there.

It mounts down there as well with the same latching mech as it uses if mounted above. Its also modular. There are 3 or 4 SSD mounts that stack together onto the base (that has the latch), you can remove or even add more of these 2.5" cages depending on your build. I removed all but the one I needed for my SSD.

The 350D builds like you expect any other Corsair case would. I've built in many Obsidians and Carbides, and the only thing that is really different is how the front fascia is removed on the 350D. It is screwed in and latches- something I haven't seen on their cases before. Other than that- no surprises.
Edited by theonedub - 5/25/13 at 3:35pm
 
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Can anyone confirm whether all the fans are PWM? Also, can you mount two 140mm fans in the front?
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Can anyone confirm whether all the fans are PWM? Also, can you mount two 140mm fans in the front?

Not sure about PWM fans but yes you can mount two 140mm fans in the front.
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Not sure about PWM fans but yes you can mount two 140mm fans in the front.

I was having a hard time putting (2) 140s in the front. Are you sure? (The fans I was using were not traditional shaped squares).

And the fans are 3pin, not PWM.
 
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Can anyone confirm whether all the fans are PWM? Also, can you mount two 140mm fans in the front?
Just a thought—if you plan on using an h100i you could connect all your fans to the heatsink via the corsair link and control your rpms that way. I have all my fans connected through link and it works pretty smooth—not sure what your intentions are with your fans though.
Cheers
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I was having a hard time putting (2) 140s in the front. Are you sure? (The fans I was using were not traditional shaped squares).

And the fans are 3pin, not PWM.
I think somebody said in an earlier post that they needed to remove something in order to fit 2 140's. However, I believe 2 Corsair 140's should fit without having to remove anything. Could use further clarification on this from someone.
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Originally Posted by Shurk View Post

Just a thought—if you plan on using an h100i you could connect all your fans to the heatsink via the corsair link and control your rpms that way. I have all my fans connected through link and it works pretty smooth—not sure what your intentions are with your fans though.
Cheers

Hmm, interesting. I was thinking of getting a H110 since I didn't want to deal with all the cables included in the H100i, but this sounds like an alternative...I wounder if I could flip my NZXT fan controller around to have the fan controller in the 5.25 bay but facing inside the case so I didn't have to mess with the exterior aesthetic of the case.
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I think somebody said in an earlier post that they needed to remove something in order to fit 2 140's. However, I believe 2 Corsair 140's should fit without having to remove anything. Could use further clarification on this from someone.

obviously 2 140's are a little tight in the front but it's not impossible, i have 2 140's in the front of mine, it takes a little finagling to get the 140 in the front anyway, and to line it up with the mounting holes
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obviously 2 140's are a little tight in the front but it's not impossible, i have 2 140's in the front of mine, it takes a little finagling to get the 140 in the front anyway, and to line it up with the mounting holes

Do you find it necessary? I was wondering if it even helps that much since it seems like the single 140 has a pretty unimpeded flow path through the case.
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