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post #421 of 3052
And what a great little community it is thumb.gif

This is such an adorable little case. It reminds me of my all time childhood favorite Disney movie & character; The Brave Little Toaster.



If only Corsair had made this case in silver... oh even I would find the nerve to mod it. By "mod" i really mean slap vinyl decals on it. Mmm... The Brave Little Computer. frown.gif
post #422 of 3052
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oh god childhood kicked in yo. i feel so terrible all the morning and afternoon and now you post me little toaster... DAMN YOU


About modding, i have better idea if it would be silver, i would do custom cpu heatsink shaped like a toaster and that would actually act like one.

Need some toasts? Just run stress test, put bread in and enjoy. Damn that would be a nice idea xD
post #423 of 3052
anyone has a hard time screwing in the motherboard to the 250D?

It seems like the cushion on the back of the Q shield is preventing the screw hole to fall on the right position.

I have to push it very hard to get the screw in,. Is that normal? I do not want to force it in as i might have missed out something.

Any video out there which show the installation of the motherboard?

Urgent help.. thanks
post #424 of 3052
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0 issues here with gigabyte mobo smile.gif You have to push your mobo abit to the rear cover so all the slots are reachable from outside of case, some mobos have this rear cover built weird where you actually have to push it on with mobo, dont be too afraid to do it smile.gif
post #425 of 3052
Do you think corsair will be offering solid top panel?

I really like the case but hate the top window :/
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post #426 of 3052
Using a H100i I can't put a 200mm and 2x80mm rear exhaust. mad.gif
post #427 of 3052
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Originally Posted by rl97521 View Post

Using a H100i I can't put a 200mm and 2x80mm rear exhaust. mad.gif

Personally, you don't need to place the 80mm fans in the rear. I used to be so paranoid about that kind of stuff and tried to not add those to this case and my temps are just fine.
post #428 of 3052
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Personally, you don't need to place the 80mm fans in the rear. I used to be so paranoid about that kind of stuff and tried to not add those to this case and my temps are just fine.

I need to cause the place where I put the machine is not air conditioned so I need to push hot air out.
post #429 of 3052
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Originally Posted by CaptainZombie View Post

Personally, you don't need to place the 80mm fans in the rear. I used to be so paranoid about that kind of stuff and tried to not add those to this case and my temps are just fine.

with h100i there is no place for 80mm rear fans? not even 1?
post #430 of 3052
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Originally Posted by GrWorkingClass View Post

with h100i there is no place for 80mm rear fans? not even 1?

if you have 200mm or 140mm together with the h100i you can't have 80mm in there rare it will touch the tubing, either if it's oriented in from or rear.
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