Originally Posted by svictorcc
I'm here thinking about a solution that do not need to sacrifice the front panel.
What about use a dremel and open a 83mm (or something about this size) hole in the back and use a 92mm fan?
ALSO, we can use 2x 60mm fans (i'm always thing noctua fans because their low noise) one on the right side panel just under the Hdd cage and another on the bottom just behind the psu (i already measured and there is enought space for both).
The cables can be managed to pass inside the hdd cage (need some little cage mod) and coming out on top (doesn't touch the top 120mm fan).
Another 92mm fan can be put inside the hdd cage to blow the air toward the cpu tower cooler, that will NEED to be place to blow the air to the back, not to the top (replace one of the 92x25mm fan for a 92x14mm to avoid ram contact).
So, with this configuration, we have:
2x120mm top fans exaust;
1x92mm back exaust fan;
2x92mm tower cooler fans directed to help back exaust;
1x92mm fan inside cage directed to help cpu tower cooler fans to back exaust;
2x60mm fans to intake air from the bottom and from the under right side panel.
Problably the case fans will be set to lna or ulna to avoid noise.
What do you guys think? Crazy? Considering the reference cooler fan and the psu fan, that will be a total of 10 fans inside hadron air!!
Another thing: paint all the fans,probably black color.