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BEST CASE EVER!



    
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I appologize for not posting the link, WhiteWulfe to the rescue, lol.
Well, it never hurts to have some extra parts for these cases, so many possibilities for them.
And I certainly hope the S8 isn't discontinued for a long time yet!

Those are good reasons for going with quad rads.
It offers the best setup for your build, allowing the view, and saving on fans.
The cost of fans can really add up quickly with push-pull setups.
I'm still debating on that myself, what fan setup to choose for my rebuild.
The 3 rads I have are all XSPC RX-series fat rads.
With push, I'll use 8 fans for my two 120.3 and one 120.2 rad, push-pull would need 16.
I already have 16 GT fans that I managed to snag a couple years ago on sale, so that makes the decision to just stay in push tougher, lol.

Enjoy checking out the CaseLabs Owners thread!thumb.gif

Hey Bro, apologies for the late reply too. I was outstationed the whole of last week.

Just posted in the owners thread...now it's time for me to start reading from Post #1 (of 19000+)...bigeyedsmiley.pngbigeyedsmiley.pngbigeyedsmiley.png

Well, since you already have the fans, like you said, push pull is the only option that will make sense for you. I too have push pull in this rig...but it only pushes one rad and pulls another rad...hahaha.
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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post

I appologize for not posting the link, WhiteWulfe to the rescue, lol.
Well, it never hurts to have some extra parts for these cases, so many possibilities for them.
And I certainly hope the S8 isn't discontinued for a long time yet!

Those are good reasons for going with quad rads.
It offers the best setup for your build, allowing the view, and saving on fans.
The cost of fans can really add up quickly with push-pull setups.
I'm still debating on that myself, what fan setup to choose for my rebuild.
The 3 rads I have are all XSPC RX-series fat rads.
With push, I'll use 8 fans for my two 120.3 and one 120.2 rad, push-pull would need 16.
I already have 16 GT fans that I managed to snag a couple years ago on sale, so that makes the decision to just stay in push tougher, lol.

Enjoy checking out the CaseLabs Owners thread!thumb.gif

Hey Bro, apologies for the late reply too. I was outstationed the whole of last week.

Just posted in the owners thread...now it's time for me to start reading from Post #1 (of 19000+)...bigeyedsmiley.pngbigeyedsmiley.pngbigeyedsmiley.png

Well, since you already have the fans, like you said, push pull is the only option that will make sense for you. I too have push pull in this rig...but it only pushes one rad and pulls another rad...hahaha.
Lol!
No problem, glad you made it to the CL Club.
I'll likely take your advise for the push-pull setup.thumb.gif
    
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WIP STH10 (gunmetal/black) build, don't mind the motherboard just a place holder I was using for cable distances.
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Here's my two tone case.

It looks absolutely amazing in person!










More pictures on this post of my build log.
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