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Thanks for posting the pictures, and good job on the cable management. What's the length of your PSU? 160 mm or under? Thanks.

You're welcome. The Strider S Gold is 150mm
post #462 of 674
I finally pulled the trigger and ordered the case thanks to a 15% discount on a French e-tailer site. Now waiting for the delivery (the case isn't yet available in France)...
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Does anybody know how I can increase the case fan speed with a Gigabyte Z97X-UD3H? I have the switches on the case set to high but no matter what setting I have in the bios they always spin at 600-700rpm. It's great for idle, but during stress testing my CPU and GPU will get up to 80 degrees so I need some more airflow, and I'm sure these fans are capable of more.
post #464 of 674
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Originally Posted by Ziltoid View Post

Does anybody know how I can increase the case fan speed with a Gigabyte Z97X-UD3H? I have the switches on the case set to high but no matter what setting I have in the bios they always spin at 600-700rpm. It's great for idle, but during stress testing my CPU and GPU will get up to 80 degrees so I need some more airflow, and I'm sure these fans are capable of more.

I have Z97X UD5H. There's a fan setting in BIOS for Fan 1/2/3. 4th is 3-pin. I'm going off memory here...

You can have it temp controlled (default) or set it to 100% Full. Do Full then use the case switches to regulate. I have it that way and HIGH switch on case does give me 1270 RPM, medium 1020, low 720.

The fan control is in the graphical menu. F2, then F2 again.
post #465 of 674
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Originally Posted by naesmac View Post

I have Z97X UD5H. There's a fan setting in BIOS for Fan 1/2/3. 4th is 3-pin. I'm going off memory here...

You can have it temp controlled (default) or set it to 100% Full. Do Full then use the case switches to regulate. I have it that way and HIGH switch on case does give me 1270 RPM, medium 1020, low 720.

The fan control is in the graphical menu. F2, then F2 again.

Right after I posted my previous post I decided to download the Gigabyte system information viewer(you need to install Gigabyte App Center first) and I found their fan utility which appears to give me the ability to make my own fan curve, I'll play around with this for a while but I might end up doing what you did.
post #466 of 674
Second review is up: http://techgage.com/article/silverstone-fortress-ft05-mid-tower-chassis-review/1/

Like the clean look of the black version, though minor quality control issues makes me look the other way, especially for a premium tier chassis.
post #467 of 674
I e-mailed the European distributor about the FT05 availability:
- non-windowed version should be available end of October
- windowed version end of the year

2 additional months to wait!
post #468 of 674
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Originally Posted by Hasdrubal View Post

I e-mailed the European distributor about the FT05 availability:
- non-windowed version should be available end of October
- windowed version end of the year

2 additional months to wait!

That's a pain..some UK companies have them in stock-I ordered a silver non windowed one from scan in the UK, they still have stock according to their website. It may be worth checking if they ship to mainland Europe.
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post #469 of 674
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Originally Posted by SilverStone View Post

Just take your time with cable management. It won't be super easy like in much bigger cases, but we believe it to be far away from being a nightmare!

Forgot to mention that I need to keep the hdd drive cage in place, still possible to use a 160mm PSU?
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Originally Posted by Falconetti View Post

Forgot to mention that I need to keep the hdd drive cage in place, still possible to use a 160mm PSU?

Yes, 160mm is our recommended maximum depth for PSU if you still want to keep the drive cage in place.
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