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Air 240 Purple
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iPearl mCover Hard Shell Case - Blue Logitech M560 
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Corsair SP120 Purple LED X4 Windows 10 Pro  Samsung UE46D6500 46" 3D LED smart TV RII I8+ mini 
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Air 240 Purple
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CPUCPUMotherboardGraphics
intel i7-4790K Delid Asus Z97 Gryphon Sapphire Vapor-X OC R9 290 4GB  
RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Corsair Vengeance Pro 16GB 1600MHz @ 1866MHz Western Digital 2TB Red  OCZ Vertex 4 SSD 128 GB Samsung 840 PRO SSD 128GB 
CoolingCoolingCoolingOS
Corsair H75 Hydro series Push/Pull Corsair Air Series SP120 Quiet Edition High Sta... Corsair Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition High Air... Windows 10 Pro 64bit 
MonitorMonitorKeyboardPower
Samsung Syncmaster P2470HD TV monitor Dell U2713HM Magicforce 68 Gateron Reds Coolermaster V850 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Corsair Obsidian 350D window Logitech G502 Proteus Core Corsair Vengeance MM200 Extended Edition Gaming... Creative Gigaworks T40 SeriesII 
AudioAudioOtherOther
FiiO Olympus 2 E10K Beyerdynamic DT 990 NZXT Sentry Mix 2 Fan Controller BitFenix Alchemy extension cables blue 
OtherOther
TP-LINK TL-WDN3800 Sharkoon 5.25" Bay Extension 
CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
Intel Atom Quad Core Z3740 (1.33-1.86GHz) Intel HD Graphics(Ivy Bridge) 2 GB DDR3  32 GB eMMC  
Hard DriveHard DriveOSMonitor
WD Black 500GB Kingston 16Gb Micro SD Windows 10 Home 32-bit 10.1" IPS (1368 x 768) 
CaseMouse
iPearl mCover Hard Shell Case - Blue Logitech M560 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5-4670 ASRock z97m Pro4 msi Gaming 280X  Kingston HyperX Savage 2x4gb @1600 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Kingston ValueRam 2x4gb @1600 Mushkin Triactor 120gb SSD HGST Travelstar 7k1000 1Tb Cryorig C7 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Corsair SP120 Purple LED X4 Windows 10 Pro  Samsung UE46D6500 46" 3D LED smart TV RII I8+ mini 
PowerCaseOther
Corsair HX620W Corsair Carbide Air 240 White edition BitFenix Alchemy 2.0 60cm RGB Magnetic LEDs 
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post #4882 of 5039
Just found this thread and had to throw up my 350D. Picked up the Sapphire R9 Fury X and it fits beautifully in this case. I'm thinking about flipping the fan on the Fury's rad to get a push/pull config going so I can keep both of my 140 intake fans but I don't know if it's possible yet!

Also just ordered the high airflow intake kit and the magnetic dust filter for the top of the case. I'll post a few more pics when I get this bad boy finished up. Love this case!

post #4883 of 5039
it's been a while and i decided to change some stuff on my rig. i ditched the closed loop h100i, and went full custom loop. i just finished bending tubes and installing all the parts that i have been waiting for what it seems like forever.

unfortunately, upon plugging the pump in for bleeding, it won't turn on. frown.gif sent an email and i hope to have it replaced.

also slapped a 980ti classy on it.






sorry for the cellphone camera quality. don't have a working pc atm, and i cant process the pictures i've taken (and will be taking) on my dslr.
post #4884 of 5039
I'm getting this case to do a 2nd build, quick question guys...i have an XSPC dual bay pump/res combo that mounts in the optical bays area...how do i fill the reservoir since it's on top of the res, and i'm doing hardlines so i can't really move the pump out to fill it after i put the lines on. Are there enough space for me to fill the res after it's mounted?

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I'm getting this case to do a 2nd build, quick question guys...i have an XSPC dual bay pump/res combo that mounts in the optical bays area...how do i fill the reservoir since it's on top of the res, and i'm doing hardlines so i can't really move the pump out to fill it after i put the lines on. Are there enough space for me to fill the res after it's mounted?

im not sure if the xspc has it but the last dual bay res i used in the 350d had dual inlets on the back of it i just ran a quick disconnect to the second inlet and filled it that way. it was a pain since i had to lay it on its face fill it, stand it up to run again and repeat until it was good.
post #4886 of 5039
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im not sure if the xspc has it but the last dual bay res i used in the 350d had dual inlets on the back of it i just ran a quick disconnect to the second inlet and filled it that way. it was a pain since i had to lay it on its face fill it, stand it up to run again and repeat until it was good.


Man this sounds like a design flaw from xspc, how do they expect people to fill the res once they do hardlines...not like we can slide the res in and out to reach the fill port..oh well,, will cross that bridge when we get there...i just bought a brand new 350D for 70 bucks shipped, not a bad price right?
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im not sure if the xspc has it but the last dual bay res i used in the 350d had dual inlets on the back of it i just ran a quick disconnect to the second inlet and filled it that way. it was a pain since i had to lay it on its face fill it, stand it up to run again and repeat until it was good.


Man this sounds like a design flaw from xspc, how do they expect people to fill the res once they do hardlines...not like we can slide the res in and out to reach the fill port..oh well,, will cross that bridge when we get there...i just bought a brand new 350D for 70 bucks shipped, not a bad price right?

Don't think there is much xspc can do about it when it comes to cases with 2 drive bays, they could put a fill port on the front but then you run into the issue of having a hard time getting it actually full, and even still ek's new dual bay res's have fill ports at the top so it's not just xspc.
post #4888 of 5039
Hi,

this is was my 350D... it's currently in limbo as I am waiting for new parts to arrive that I need to rebuild the loop.



I am thinking about getting the high airflow intake kit but not sure if it's worth it... I don't think it would improve my cooling since I have the fans set to minimum speed anyway. Maybe I'll get it just for looks biggrin.gif Is the dust filter that comes with it any better than the default one?

Does anyone know where you can buy it in germany? I can get it directly from Corsair but the shipping is rather expensive tongue.gif
post #4889 of 5039
Hi there,
I was going to build a new system using the 350D, but I ran into an issue and I'd appreciate your help.

I have an EKWB 280mm rad and my plan was to put it in the top, as Corsair states the 350D would support that size. It came out my EK rad is quite thick (too thick) and I am figuring out what I can do.
I don't have all the new parts yet, especially no mainboard and CPU, so the case is not urgent.

Problem is, the rad comes down all the way to the mainboard. So I gotta use 120mm fans instead of 140 mm, fit them on one side to gain the extra 2 cm and avoid the upper mainboard parts. But one problem still remains: the fittings of the rad will be right where the i/o panel should go! So I figured out some possibilities:
1) mount the rad on top of the case - not an option due to aesthetic reasons
2) mount the rad to the front - not fitting, so I'd have to remove the 5.25" bay
3) move the mainboard one PCI slot down, requires me to cut out and drill parts of the case - is there enough space due to the PSU?
4) unsolder the i/o element on the very top, maybe use a board like the Asus VIII Gene where this carries two bios switches I'll never use - lose warranty of my board. Is this even possible using a soldering iron, has anyone here been doing something like that?
5) turn the rad so the fittings would be in the front of the case - this will prevent me from putting my optical drive in, which would be acceptable but not very pleasing. But then again, I could just use option 2 and put it in the front...
6) get rid of the rad and just get a slim and/or 240 mm long one.

Has everyone been in a situation like that? what would you do? Maybe somebody has additional tips, too.
Thank you very much wink.gif

I also attached two images to make it clear:



Edited by I-o-I - 1/20/16 at 4:58pm
post #4890 of 5039
Well I tore my bay out so that's what I would do. Well actually I would get a new rad. The fact that you won't mount rad on top do to asthetics (I agree) makes me think it could make for a cleaner build just getting a 240 for the top that messing around the least amount but I'm still all for modding.

I probably didn't help at all.
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