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Uhh.... that's what I said I was going to do.
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Uhh.... that's what I said I was going to do.

sorry i just saw the pictures hahahaha
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post #773 of 914
Does anyone know if the front 140mm fan is just an OEM AF140? Debating whether to order the AF140 twin pack or just singular...thanks
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Does anyone know if the front 140mm fan is just an OEM AF140? Debating whether to order the AF140 twin pack or just singular...thanks
The case comes with the cheap version of the AF140 so I would recommend getting the two pack of the quiet edition AF140s
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I got 2 cougar 140s much cheaper. They are super quiet and built strong!
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post #776 of 914
For front intake look at the Silverstone AP122:

http://www.amazon.com/Silverstone-Penetrator-Channeling-120x120x25mm-AP122/dp/B009A2N49I/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1370231621&sr=8-1&keywords=Silverstone+AP122

Great fans for pushing air into a case, very quiet too.
post #777 of 914
hey guys im planning on getting this case to scale down my pc so i can take it to college. what fans/cpu cooling would you suggest I buy with it? Im not sure of the exact sizes of the case, but it's definitely smaller than my 600T tongue.gif

all help is appreciated,

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post #778 of 914
Well, as is, you can put a 120 in the back, a pair of either 120's or 140's in the roof as well as the front. As far as cooling, you shouldn't have an issue with any of the Corsair WC setups, but you are only going to be able to do push/pull in the front.

Rad wise, a 120 or 240 can go up front, a 120, 140, 240, and 280 tops can go up top, but remember you only have about 55mm up there clear of the Motherboard. With the drive cages removed, you have a compartment where you can place a pair of fans, and then 125mm till you hit the board: but I would say only 100mm since you need room for the SATA cables to plug into the board itself. On the bottom of the case, you have 390mm from the mount for the power supply to fan cage up front with 110mm from bottom to lower edge of the Motherboard, so subtract the length of your PSU and cables, and that will give you your floor room for pumps and the like. For the rear fan, with Corsair Dominator GT RAM in my motherboard, I have 60mm of room between the back wall and the RAM heat sinks. From the CPU to the side panel, I am getting 160mm of space for those using large air coolers.

All this is assuming two things:

All the drive cages are out, (Takes about a minute to do both, and is non-destructive) and in my case, the Mobo is a Rampage IV Gene.
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Well, as is, you can put a 120 in the back, a pair of either 120's or 140's in the roof as well as the front. As far as cooling, you shouldn't have an issue with any of the Corsair WC setups, but you are only going to be able to do push/pull in the front.

Rad wise, a 120 or 240 can go up front, a 120, 140, 240, and 280 tops can go up top, but remember you only have about 55mm up there clear of the Motherboard. With the drive cages removed, you have a compartment where you can place a pair of fans, and then 125mm till you hit the board: but I would say only 100mm since you need room for the SATA cables to plug into the board itself. On the bottom of the case, you have 390mm from the mount for the power supply to fan cage up front with 110mm from bottom to lower edge of the Motherboard, so subtract the length of your PSU and cables, and that will give you your floor room for pumps and the like. For the rear fan, with Corsair Dominator GT RAM in my motherboard, I have 60mm of room between the back wall and the RAM heat sinks. From the CPU to the side panel, I am getting 160mm of space for those using large air coolers.

All this is assuming two things:

All the drive cages are out, (Takes about a minute to do both, and is non-destructive) and in my case, the Mobo is a Rampage IV Gene.

okay thank you, what fans do you suggest? I have a gentle typhoon laying around but I kind of want red led fans..

I would keep it clean and replace the back 120mm fan, and also put two more 120mm fans in the front, as well as a H100i up top? Does that sound good?

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edit: should I get fans for the H100i or use the stock ones?
post #780 of 914
That is pretty much exactly what I am doing, less the LED's.I'm going with Quiet Edition Corsair 120's, Airflow for the two in front and the one in the rear, and two Static Pressure ones for the H100. I am still debating between the two models though: I already have a H100 in box, but I am seriously considering the H100i because of the LED on the block can be set to red instead of being stuck on white in the H100's case. As to the fans, Honestly, I would replace. They are not bad: don't get me wrong, but I think you can do better with replacements in my humble opinion.
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