Originally Posted by Chopper1591
Originally Posted by grizz311
I don't mind drilling extra holes in the case, its not a big deal for me, but it seems the newer EK xres 140 Revo with the fan bracket was more suited for this case. I don't really want to open up the bottom panel to remove the hard drives, because I don't have anywhere else to put them.
Looks like you have plenty of room to mount that pump to the psu cover. Or is that not an option?
Sorry If I can't see it properly on the pictures.... kind of dark there. p.s.
Already had contact with Phanteks about my case....
Yesterday I had some time to unpack the Primo and have a look at it.
Found this on the front panel. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Can other Primo users here clarify if the right side panel fits nicely against the lower part of the case?
Looks like my right panel is also slightly bend, at the front it aligns perfectly but towards the rear there is a slight gap between the panel and the case itself.
Phanteks asked for more pictures and a copy of my invoice so they can sort things out for me.
Good support.... had a reply within 2 hours.
My panels fit well. On the back side panel (psu area) it wasn't closing quite right, lining up with the screw holes in the back then I realized that magnetic dust filter was sitting to far back and hitting on the case... But it sounds like you have a different issue.
Also the paint on my case (Primo) is really thin, and I suspect they are all like this so paint issues or chipping can happen really easily. Then add that to good chance of damage while shipping this monster and you can see why Phanteks really needs good customer support (which they do have from almost all accounts in this thread).
You might also opt to not use that front bottom 140mm fan, it may not do very much to help with your radiator stacked in front of it, and it will give you more clearance if you need it.
Originally Posted by Rainmaker91
Finally go the thing somewhere close to finished:
Currently leaktesting, but it looks promising
Did you update your build log? I was following it but hadn't seen an update for a loooong time. Post a link if you have some new stuff
Also it sounds like that hub you have is probably dead. At the very least if you hook up power and fans they should run at full speed without any type of control wire.