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post #381 of 3058
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Originally Posted by Torvi View Post

What are the actual dimensions of rear Air conditioning panel? i don't have anything to measure it and im wondering about mounting there two small low profile fans to make them as exaust

They're 80mm fans.
post #382 of 3058
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Originally Posted by rl97521 View Post

Will I'll be considering it if I need to buy one. I first need to confirm if the stock 200mm fan that comes included in some CoolerMaser cases are the Megaflows or they are just pure stock.

If they are just pure stock 200mm I'll just me buying new one and think will consider spectre.

I bet they are stock. Just about all case manufacturers always give you stock case fans, hence the reason why people replace all the fans in cases when they buy them with better ones.
post #383 of 3058
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Originally Posted by CaptainZombie View Post

I bet they are stock. Just about all case manufacturers always give you stock case fans, hence the reason why people replace all the fans in cases when they buy them with better ones.

I guess I'll just have to buy a new 200mm then. I though I could save some cash on this, in the end I guess they just end up in the storage after all. mad.gif
post #384 of 3058
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Originally Posted by Torvi View Post

@mike

check them out, they do look quite nice:
http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g36/c15/s972/list/p1/Fans-12_Volt_Fans-120mm_x_12mm_Fans-Page1.html
if you decide with them i would suggest you going for 1600 rpm fans, with 240mm heatsink you roughly need more speed (i run mine h100i with fans set to 1000 rpm and they do good with full stressed i5-4670k on 4,2 ghz with slight ~0.010-15v overvoltage on them) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
after spending over 15 hours finding a right voltages for steady 4,5ghz i cant be asked anymore to mess with voltages.

@hoffa

ask whenever you need, we are ready to help smile.gif

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Those Scythe Slip Stream 15mm fans that Torvi posted are supposed to be some of the best ones.

Thanks for the suggestions. I may get the 2000rpm ones so I have more room for speed adjustment.
post #385 of 3058
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Originally Posted by rl97521 View Post

I guess I'll just have to buy a new 200mm then. I though I could save some cash on this, in the end I guess they just end up in the storage after all. mad.gif
They are stock but not necessarily worst than the megaflows.

Check them out here.

Both stock and megaflows produce 110cfm.
post #386 of 3058
So I decided to get rid of the Hadron, really saddens me since it's the most beautiful small case out there, but the PSU fan is driving me nuts, not especially the noise level, but that combined to the pitch.

I'm now eyeing the 250D and following components. Feel free to comment on them and make your suggestions:

CPU Cooler H100i with SP120 Quiet PWM as intakes in front or behind the rad, don't know yet
Front fan AF140 Quiet edition

As for the PSU, I don't know, I was looking at these, but please something other if you want to. 600+ option is to minimize their load
Corsair RM 550 or 650
Be quiet! Straight power 580 or 680 semi-modular
Moon's Hadron
(17 items)
 
Moon's M13 250D
(15 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 4670k ASUS ROG Maximus VI Impact MSI R9 280X Twin FROZR Corsair Vengeance Low Profile (2x4GB) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Kingston HyperX 3K EVGA DVD-RW slim for Hadron  EVGA mITX CPU Cooler Win 7 Home Premium OEM 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Apple LED Cinema Display 27" Logitech G19 EVGA Hadron internal PSU (500W Gold) EVGA Hadron Air 
MouseAudioOtherOther
Logitech G602 Razer Tiamat 2.2 Kanex SnapX miniDP Switch Belkin Nostromo n52te 
Other
Microsoft adapter for 360 wireless controller 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
intel i5 4670k Asus Maximus VI Impact MSI R9 280X Corsair Vengeance Low Profile (2x4GB) 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Kingston HyperX 3K Corsair h100i Windows 7 Apple LED Cinema Display 27" 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G19 Corsair RM650 Corsair 250D Logitech G602 
AudioOtherOther
Razer Tiamat 2.2 Kanex SnapX miniDP Switch Microsoft Wireless Controller adapter 
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Moon's Hadron
(17 items)
 
Moon's M13 250D
(15 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 4670k ASUS ROG Maximus VI Impact MSI R9 280X Twin FROZR Corsair Vengeance Low Profile (2x4GB) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Kingston HyperX 3K EVGA DVD-RW slim for Hadron  EVGA mITX CPU Cooler Win 7 Home Premium OEM 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Apple LED Cinema Display 27" Logitech G19 EVGA Hadron internal PSU (500W Gold) EVGA Hadron Air 
MouseAudioOtherOther
Logitech G602 Razer Tiamat 2.2 Kanex SnapX miniDP Switch Belkin Nostromo n52te 
Other
Microsoft adapter for 360 wireless controller 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
intel i5 4670k Asus Maximus VI Impact MSI R9 280X Corsair Vengeance Low Profile (2x4GB) 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Kingston HyperX 3K Corsair h100i Windows 7 Apple LED Cinema Display 27" 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G19 Corsair RM650 Corsair 250D Logitech G602 
AudioOtherOther
Razer Tiamat 2.2 Kanex SnapX miniDP Switch Microsoft Wireless Controller adapter 
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post #387 of 3058
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Originally Posted by javaneze View Post

They are stock but not necessarily worst than the megaflows.

Check them out here.

Both stock and megaflows produce 110cfm.

Wow thanks a lot for this info. Still not a Megaflow so need to change them. thumb.gif
post #388 of 3058
Guys.... One question...
I have a 180mm rad Alphacool 60mm thickness...
If I put it inverted, can I use the bottom port (that is at top) for intake?
I'm thinking of using one top (that is on bottom) to Co tinge loop and the other for a drain port (it will be at the lowest point on the loop)

Enviado desde mi SM-N9005 mediante Tapatalk
post #389 of 3058
Co tinge = continue...
Sorry, autocorrector is ****

Enviado desde mi SM-N9005 mediante Tapatalk
post #390 of 3058
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Originally Posted by Moondrake View Post

So I decided to get rid of the Hadron, really saddens me since it's the most beautiful small case out there, but the PSU fan is driving me nuts, not especially the noise level, but that combined to the pitch.

I'm now eyeing the 250D and following components. Feel free to comment on them and make your suggestions:

CPU Cooler H100i with SP120 Quiet PWM as intakes in front or behind the rad, don't know yet
Front fan AF140 Quiet edition

As for the PSU, I don't know, I was looking at these, but please something other if you want to. 600+ option is to minimize their load
Corsair RM 550 or 650
Be quiet! Straight power 580 or 680 semi-modular

First of all you dont need SP edition fans, i run my stock ones at 1k rpm and i actually hear my gpu more than them. Also their air flow is nice almost the same as SP serie so it's a waste of money.

Corsair RM's are nice ones altough if you like to keep your cables managed i would go with full modulars (altough i have non modular and managed to clean up them abit)
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