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Another broken latch, probably the most common issue and the most common RMA reason (just guessing).
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Another broken latch, probably the most common issue and the most common RMA reason (just guessing).
is there anyway to open full front panel?
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is there anyway to open full front panel?

Yes, it's not that hard.
First you need to get the optical bay covers off. You do that by pushing the tabs circled inwards (2 more on the other side of the case) and work it off (pull it out from the case).



Then you need to remove the bar with the front audio and USB. To do so you need to remove 4 screws (1 was missing for me), then pull it out and down below the shelf it sits on (to do so you might have to cut the cable ties holding the cables to the case to get enough slack, no worries the case comes with extras to replace them).




Almost done now. To get the fascia off you need to undo 2 screws (circled), after that you just push the fascia down and it will pop off.



When you get a working fascia just insert the tabs in the holes of the chassi, push it up until it locks in place and replace the 2 screws, and then do the other steps in reverse order.
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Hello Guys

I have Corsair 750D and Im gonna buy http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006097HEC?keywords=xspc%20360&qid=1452104687&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1
This XSPC EX360 High Performance Radiator
Can I put this radiator on Top of case with 6X Corsair SP fans Push/pull system? i mean can i make a sandwich in 750D ? with this EX360 and corsari SP 120MM fans?
post #8775 of 9593
just got this case and it's pretty awesome

quick question guys, i have two gtx 970 strix cards and the corsair h105 setup on the top side (as intake though )

will that be enough postive pressure to alleviate dust concerns?

PSU pulling air from bottom and venting out back

pretty aware of the heat that the cards will dump back into the case since non reference blowers, just curious if i should add another intake fan at the bottom where the spare cage is currently sitting at

not sure if i can do both 120's at the bottom or if it'll even help as i have 3 harddrives sitting in the drive bay closest to the front fan, so i'm guesssing the most i can get away with is just one at the bottom
considering putting an AF or SP 120 in there but would love your guys' feedback
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Hello Guys

I have Corsair 750D and Im gonna buy http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006097HEC?keywords=xspc%20360&qid=1452104687&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1
This XSPC EX360 High Performance Radiator
Can I put this radiator on Top of case with 6X Corsair SP fans Push/pull system? i mean can i make a sandwich in 750D ? with this EX360 and corsari SP 120MM fans?

Ithink you can only do push or pull, not both.
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Yes, it's not that hard.
First you need to get the optical bay covers off. You do that by pushing the tabs circled inwards (2 more on the other side of the case) and work it off (pull it out from the case).



Then you need to remove the bar with the front audio and USB. To do so you need to remove 4 screws (1 was missing for me), then pull it out and down below the shelf it sits on (to do so you might have to cut the cable ties holding the cables to the case to get enough slack, no worries the case comes with extras to replace them).




Almost done now. To get the fascia off you need to undo 2 screws (circled), after that you just push the fascia down and it will pop off.



When you get a working fascia just insert the tabs in the holes of the chassi, push it up until it locks in place and replace the 2 screws, and then do the other steps in reverse order.
That is real informative! been wondering how to do that.... thanks! +rep
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Hello Guys

I have Corsair 750D and Im gonna buy http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006097HEC?keywords=xspc%20360&qid=1452104687&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1
This XSPC EX360 High Performance Radiator
Can I put this radiator on Top of case with 6X Corsair SP fans Push/pull system? i mean can i make a sandwich in 750D ? with this EX360 and corsari SP 120MM fans?
Using the top mounting holes, there is 84mm clearance so that particular rad and push-pull combo won't work as it's 85.5mm thick. But, if you don't mind, and or your motherboard heatsinks are not extra tall, you could always offset the rad mounting towards the window side. that would allow for thicker rads to be used.
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Ithink you can only do push or pull, not both.
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That is real informative! been wondering how to do that.... thanks! +rep
Using the top mounting holes, there is 84mm clearance so that particular rad and push-pull combo won't work as it's 85.5mm thick. But, if you don't mind, and or your motherboard heatsinks are not extra tall, you could always offset the rad mounting towards the window side. that would allow for thicker rads to be used.

Now I have RX360 DUAL Radiator if i can say dual and its full dual . so i have RX 360 but i dont want it on top because i cant use it full. as i check push/pull EX360 have better performanse than only push or pull RX360.
chekc this pic




But i dont have radiator in its scraws space i took it in others because i had a little problem with CPU Power cabel
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@Bonjovithe rx360 is almost 60mm thick, so you'd only be able to do a push or pull setup. By offsetting the mounts, which is what you've done, you could do a push-pull which for thicker rads, perform better and also allows you to run the fans at lower rpms. For thin and/or low fpi rads, there is very little benefit to running push-pull setups
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post #8780 of 9593
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@Bonjovithe rx360 is almost 60mm thick, so you'd only be able to do a push or pull setup. By offsetting the mounts, which is what you've done, you could do a push-pull which for thicker rads, perform better and also allows you to run the fans at lower rpms. For thin and/or low fpi rads, there is very little benefit to running push-pull setups
I dont want ti. I have I7 4790K + GTYX 980 TI so EX 360 and RX240 on front of case is enought for me.

So can i make EX360 push/pull ? with 6x fan? in this situation?
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