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Guys,
http://www.coolermaster.com/product/Detail/cooling/xtraflo/xtraflo-120.html
Do we get the same fans x2 included in the case?

Nope, definitely not XtraFlo 120's. The ones that came with my N200 were of the 3 pin variety.
 
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Looks like those Lenovo cases from ten million years ago... Which I casually loved biggrin.gif
   
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Hey, are your front fans placed as exhaust? I'm confused looking at the fans happysmiley.gif
They will be set to exhaust. The coloured ring on the Corsair Airflow Series fans is the side that draws air though the fan, so the 'intake' side. Check out my photo above that one you posted and you will see the same fans, but flipped. I run mine as intake on my radiator.
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Nope, definitely not XtraFlo 120's. The ones that came with my N200 were of the 3 pin variety.
I think when you google the part number on the back of the fans, they come up as CM xtraflo 120's. Definitely not PWM though.
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I've been building my own PCs for years, but last year in a Windows 8 hate fueled rage I went out and bought a Mac, and all was well with the world for a while.....untill I got bored with not being able to tinker and upgrade, and not having decent graphics performance. On top of that OSX Mavericks is "meh...is that all...." and Windows 8.1 is a big improvement.

So, for my first post here I thought I'd post my WIP build here. It's not an n200, but the Silencio 352 is basically the same case with a new front and a bit of sound dampening thrown in.

The basic philosophy behind the build was something smallish (hey, I had a Mac Mini, and this is WAY bigger than that!) but still keep my options open as much as possible when it comes to doing some over clocking, or adding another GPU in SLI, or more RAM etc. And keep the cost reasonable. I also want to keep it as quiet at idle as I can, but don't mind if the fans crank up a bit under load. Used for gaming (although I'm not really into FPS at the moment, more Path of Exile, and Starcraft kind of stuff) running a few VMs now and then, photo editing, and general web surfing etc.







SInce those photos I have removed the lower hard drive cage and screwed the drive to the bottom of the case with some rubber grommets to dampen any vibrations. (The 2TB seagate is by far the loudest thing in the PC at the moment.) I turned it 180 degrees so that the connectors are at the back enabling me to run everything off 1 SATA power cable and remove the other one. But now I need to tidy the cables that were tucked behind the drive cage.

Next I want to upgrade the stock cooling, and maybe get a mild overclock going. Some of the other photos in this thread have inspired me to want to install a Seidon 240M with Corsair SP120 Quiet Edition fans, and AF120 Quiet Edition fans in the back and top positions. I think the red rims would work for my build. (It's kind of dumb, I don't have a window, and never look inside the case, so why does it matter what it looks like? But it does!) Anyone with this kind of setup I'd be interested in hearing how well it works for you. Or maybe more conventional air cooling?

I may have to find a quieter alternative to the hard drive too....either get a quieter drive, or put this one in my server and store all my data there.
Edited by DarkSideConvert - 12/12/13 at 8:33am
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Nice build dude. The thermal armour makes it all blend in nicely with the rest of the case. A Seidon would look nice in there with it.

With my rig, my 1TB WD Blue is pretty loud. Each time something loads off it, I wonder what the hell has just happened.

Definitely get the SP120 High Performance PWM fans instead of the quiets. You could just turn them down in FAN Xpert if you don't need the extra cooling, allowing head room if you OC or even SLI.
With my SLI (Which I don't have anymore), I found that I needed to pump in the air though the radiator to keep enough flow going, you may find that the quiet ones won't put enough in.
My CPU seems to sit at about 24c idle and get up to about 35c when playing BF4. It's only a i5 2500 with the multiplier turned up to whatever (maybe x41) it can go up to on the non-k model. Bit overkill in my rig, but meh.

The N200 needs more window.
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I built a build with this case using and AMD APU for like $360. This is my first build and it was really easy with this case. It is a nice little case with good cable management (considering its price, even my build with non modular PSU looks clean). I got the advanced version with two USB 3.0 ports for $55 which is a very good deal since prices here are generally higher.

I custom painted the ends of the 24 pin, USB header, HD Audio and the whole SATA cable with a black permanent marker. I hate all those Yellow/Blue cables. The permanent market is a little brownish, but it is still better than the bright Yellow colour that cables come with.

Anyways, here are the pics :





More pics and info of the build can be found at http://pcpartpicker.com/b/MtX in complete detail about everything in this build.

The case is very good for a new builder, it definitely takes my recommendation.
Edited by SangeetKhatri - 2/16/14 at 11:48am
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Hey guys, just joined this thread, a few weeks ago i changed case from a Fractal Core 1K purely and simply because the N200 accommodates a 240mm rad right out of the box... I also like the strip running down the front, it looks rather ugly on internet photos but once you have it infront of your eyes it will grow on you so quickly. Here are some photos smile.gif








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chris966 - Nice setup! Might I ask where you got the windowed version? smile.gif
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Hey guys, just joined this thread, a few weeks ago i changed case from a Fractal Core 1K purely and simply because the N200 accommodates a 240mm rad right out of the box... I also like the strip running down the front, it looks rather ugly on internet photos but once you have it infront of your eyes it will grow on you so quickly. Here are some photos smile.gif

Nice build. I wish I could find a windowed side panel for mine, but nobody in little old New Zealand seems to have them.

I've made a few changes to my build. I swapped the stock cooler for a CM 212 Evo, and replaced the 250Gb 840 Evo and 2TB Seagate with a Crucial M500 960GB. The 250GB SSD has gone into my wife's PC, and the 2TB is now in my server, which I have archived a lot of my older files to. With those changes it is now near enough to silent for me smile.gif My wife's PC is now a whole lot faster and quieter too. Why don't all computers come with SSDs these days?
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mesh looks stupid imho
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