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Just ordered mine from Scan UK should arrive tomorrow smile.gif
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Originally Posted by lapino View Post

same question here, which fans would you recommend for max silence?

For 120mm and 140mm I have been looking at the BitFenix Spectre Pro Fan Series.
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Since this case has being release, I am still waiting it to be available here in Brazil, the last information I got about it was that It should arrive on Xmas week, so I am thinking on buying it as soon as it gets here...

I will be transplanting my rig from a Thermaltake V3 AMD Edition into it, and I have a little doubt.

As Zer0CoolX had (His Build Log) I also have an H80i for it, I am not planning on buying an H100i at this point so my question is:

Would it be better to have the H80i on Push/Pull config in the front, along with other 2x 120mm fans intake, and set the 2x 140mm that come with the case in the top as exhaust ones ? leaving the one at the back as it is ? Or should I plan to have it on the back instead ?

PS: I have 2x Cooler Master Xtraflo 120mm red ledded fans that I was going to use, so wouldn't need to buy other fans

PS2: My MB has all the necessary connectors to have all 5 cases fans (2x 120mm + 3x 140mm) plugged on it

Thanks for the help!
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Originally Posted by rstoledo View Post

Since this case has being release, I am still waiting it to be available here in Brazil, the last information I got about it was that It should arrive on Xmas week, so I am thinking on buying it as soon as it gets here...

I will be transplanting my rig from a Thermaltake V3 AMD Edition into it, and I have a little doubt.

As Zer0CoolX had (His Build Log) I also have an H80i for it, I am not planning on buying an H100i at this point so my question is:

Would it be better to have the H80i on Push/Pull config in the front, along with other 2x 120mm fans intake, and set the 2x 140mm that come with the case in the top as exhaust ones ? leaving the one at the back as it is ? Or should I plan to have it on the back instead ?

PS: I have 2x Cooler Master Xtraflo 120mm red ledded fans that I was going to use, so wouldn't need to buy other fans

PS2: My MB has all the necessary connectors to have all 5 cases fans (2x 120mm + 3x 140mm) plugged on it

Thanks for the help!
Hey, how is brazil to buy Computer stuffs? I was wondering to to make a travel to Brazil im from Venezuela, saddly here gamer pc seller are non-existent.
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Originally Posted by ukic View Post

Wow nobody with a 7990 with this case? frown.gif

I have a 7990 + 7970 in this case and you cand fit a 45mm rad in front with push configuration. The 7990 is the first card .Cheers.

Here is a pic :

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Originally Posted by TyNiX View Post

I have a 7990 + 7970 in this case and you cand fit a 45mm rad in front with push configuration. The 7990 is the first card .Cheers.

Here is a pic :



Did you ever try the cards before going water cooling? Wondering what the temps were. What psu are you using with that rig?
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Originally Posted by Sujeto 1 View Post

Hey, how is brazil to buy Computer stuffs? I was wondering to to make a travel to Brazil im from Venezuela, saddly here gamer pc seller are non-existent.

Hey man, the deals here aren't what I could say "good", I was planning on getting a rig of mine after graduating on college, but had to transform plans into reality earlier because my Laptop BGA said goodbye. Taxes here are higher than it should be, but people got used to it (which is the bad part), as an example, when I bought the MB, I paid R$900.00 for it, after digging a lot for it (best price I had before that was R$1k, and on the internet stores was around R$1.3k, if we use newegg's full price (right now is set as US$239.99, on July was about US$250.00 - that was around R$500,00 on July)

Hope I have helped!

Btw, anyone here with a Crosshair V Formula Z to say if the case cables are too short ?

Thanks,
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Silver came in today! I'll post build pictures later this week.


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I can confirm a 780 Lighting will not fit in push n pull with a 45MM rad in the front.

We should get the OP to start confirming RAD/GPU compatibility on the front page.
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I can confirm a 780 Lighting will not fit in push n pull with a 45MM rad in the front.

We should get the OP to start confirming RAD/GPU compatibility on the front page.

This is a good idea. Wish this would have been there when I was buying parts.

7970 - 60mm rad - fans must be mounted exterior
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