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post #2001 of 9540
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Originally Posted by RX7-2nr View Post

Those front panel clips irk me. I don't know what causes it, but both of the clips on the display case at Microcenter are broken. Did you do anything to break it or were you the guy that received his case with one of them broken already? Corsair will send you the replacement parts, but it's still annoying.

I may not be 'you're guy' but I had both clips /catches broken, as the front panel was taped up in the wrong place, i.e. slightly high....

Corsairs support was excellent however, and I received the parts eventually, as initially there was some problem understanding my description I think...

I love the case..
post #2002 of 9540
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Originally Posted by McMogg View Post

I had this motherboard in my Xigmatek Elysium and it had no issues.. I love the aesthetics of the case, but the finish/build quality leaves me a little to desire..

I didn't catch youre motherboard McMOGG but if it's a formula Vi
How did you fit the motherboard?? despite people saying the opposite suggesting longer screws, I cringe at this as I am certain his will be micro-stressing the MB..

I relieved the offending mounds when fitting the formula board, and ended up with perfect alignment , whilst it's not for everyone, dremelling a new case. it was my only option at the time...(if it's not a Formula you have , Sorry... I'll get back in my box smile.gif best of intentions smile.gif

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post #2003 of 9540
The longer screw wouldn't work for me. The backplate still hits the stand offs. Here are some pictures that I took. This worked and it sits completely flush on all sides, like it does with the backplate off. You can see where the backplate hit the stand off before it was cut away. Then, you can clearly see the armor through the cut section and how it definitely hits the stand off if it's not cut.




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post #2004 of 9540
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The longer screw wouldn't work for me. The backplate still hits the stand offs. Here are some pictures that I took. This worked and it sits completely flush on all sides, like it does with the backplate off. You can see where the backplate hit the stand off before it was cut away. Then, you can clearly see the armor through the cut section and how it definitely hits the stand off if it's not cut.






strange. i'm hoping this doesn't happen to me. did you remove the center standoff?
post #2005 of 9540
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Originally Posted by JLMS2010 View Post

The longer screw wouldn't work for me. The backplate still hits the stand offs. Here are some pictures that I took. This worked and it sits completely flush on all sides, like it does with the backplate off. You can see where the backplate hit the stand off before it was cut away. Then, you can clearly see the armor through the cut section and how it definitely hits the stand off if it's not cut.





The backplate IS supposed to make contact with the standoff, but it won't cover up the screw hole, which is why the longer screws allow the thread to pass through the motherboard, armor, and case.

Can you give us more information?
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post #2006 of 9540
It's a Z87X-OC, but it was a lot more stress to get it to fit onto the middle standoff than usual.. so I guess it could be that?
post #2007 of 9540
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With so much running as intake is your motherboard running much warmer? I'm guessing there would be a significant temperature rise..
Yes the mobo/HDD and SSD do get abit warmer,but not to the extent where i have to worry about them over heating....

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Originally Posted by RX7-2nr View Post

Im wondering what kind of airflow setups you guys are using in this case. Anything you have experimented with or anything you've learned.

Mine-
EX240; front mount, intake, 2x AP15s pushing
EX360; top mount, exhaust, 3x AP15s pushing
1x AF140 rear intake

Loop order: res, pump, ex240, CPU, EX360, res
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Im thinking about moving my front mount 240's fans to pull. Ive also thought about moving the 240 to the bottom with the fans pulling in, but I would have to find somewhere else to mount my HDD so I could take the cage out.
Only change your rad layout only if you really need a temp decrease,i only did it because its summer here and my room temps average between 28-35c ambient....Once summer is over i will be switching back the top rad to exhaust....
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Must be your motherboard.
^^^^^^ This....Never had this issue either....

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I will install the H110 on my 750D. Do you think its correct to get Corsair AF 140 for this work because some people say this fans it's only for cases ?rolleyes.gif
You need 140 fans with good static pressure,i would look into getting some NB PK-3 or asaka fans for better/higher static pressure....

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I will receive mine tomorrow. Switching from Lian Li B25F because my H100i doesn't fit. Hopefully this was the right decision.
Hope you love the new case,make sure to post pics of your build when its completed....
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post #2008 of 9540
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strange. i'm hoping this doesn't happen to me. did you remove the center standoff?

Nope, I didn't need to remove the center standoff

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Originally Posted by brandon6199 View Post

The backplate IS supposed to make contact with the standoff, but it won't cover up the screw hole, which is why the longer screws allow the thread to pass through the motherboard, armor, and case.

Can you give us more information?

Hey Brandon-hmm I'm not sure I agree with "it is supposed to make contact". It doesn't in the 650D I had previously, and it also cant be mounted correctly with the original hardware from Corsair. I don't think the armor plate is supposed to touch the standoff, as the motherboard should sit on the standoff, not the back plate. I don't mean to start an argument that's just my position...thumb.gif
Edited by JLMS2010 - 1/8/14 at 7:05am
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post #2009 of 9540
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I may not be 'you're guy' but I had both clips /catches broken, as the front panel was taped up in the wrong place, i.e. slightly high....

Corsairs support was excellent however, and I received the parts eventually, as initially there was some problem understanding my description I think...

I love the case..

Ahh, I remember someone recently posting pics of their case straight out of the box with a broken clip. You should take the broken clips apart and see what is breaking.
post #2010 of 9540
My lower front plate had seemingly been taped approx 1/2" too high.....or of course came loose during transit, but everything seemed stuck tight.... Therefore the male part on the panel was distorted, and the female part was deformed so that it didn't accept the male piece properly. The replacement was from an800 or 900;iirc but works just fine.

Apologies ref formula board when you had gigga oc. Didnt look back on my phone....doh!


Oh and I'm with jmls2010....

I relieved 2-3 mounds like that but then found when it straightened up it touched in 2 new places so I neatly trimmed out 3 more and ended up relieving 6 mounds, but it took like less than 20 mins and is impossible to tell apart from the fact everything sits perfectly lol....

Central standoff used to locate whilst fitting standards screws.... I posted pics in this thread back when I did it..

Unfortunately its all working too well on air so o can't drag it away from my son to start modding lol
Edited by IWANTBLUE - 1/7/14 at 5:03pm
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