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post #171 of 409
Rampage 10th will fit for sure, since Godlike is wider 272mm and still fit well.
post #172 of 409
Hello, I am considering buying this case and was wondering about airflow. I want to keep the hdd cage at the bottom and have a radiator at the front. Would this setup be okay considering that there are no intake fans at the bottom? Also I was wondering how you change the color of the leds on the InWin logo at the front. Thanks!
post #173 of 409
Inwin logo default is Red, and It mixed with the led strip lights hidden in the front panel so the result is the new color as you see.
You can keep hdd cage, only mod front glass panel is enough for good airflow. I did all mods, but in the end I put hhd cage back and feel ok with current temperature under full load with folding home.

Dont worry about HHD cage if u dont plan to put 360 radiator in front, only mod front glass panel is enough.
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Hello, I am considering buying this case and was wondering about airflow. I want to keep the hdd cage at the bottom and have a radiator at the front. Would this setup be okay considering that there are no intake fans at the bottom? Also I was wondering how you change the color of the leds on the InWin logo at the front. Thanks!
post #174 of 409
What do you mean by mod front panel? And your saying that you can put an led strip behind the logo?
post #175 of 409
Look for previous posts, you will know how to modify front glass panel and how I put led strip there. Inwin 805 tyce C Case already has Red Led behind the Logo.
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What do you mean by mod front panel? And your saying that you can put an led strip behind the logo?
post #176 of 409
I just installed a EK 240 predator in my 805 and its set up to pull air out the rad from the factory, i wonder how much air it will actually exhaust up front with little to no means of air flow.
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post #177 of 409
I mocked up the EK predator 240, Noiseblocker PL-2 rear exhaust and did some light cable management today -

More to come when i get time to finish the build up, i still need to decide on a new gpu and if i will go with a 950 pro or just stick with my EVO 500gb ssd and pick up another ssd for storage.




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post #178 of 409
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Hello, I am considering buying this case and was wondering about airflow. I want to keep the hdd cage at the bottom and have a radiator at the front. Would this setup be okay considering that there are no intake fans at the bottom? Also I was wondering how you change the color of the leds on the InWin logo at the front. Thanks!

You can install 2 x 120mm fans at the bottom of the case
post #179 of 409
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Well I have finally tidied up everything in my case so it is time to show it off. It is my first build and am really happy with it. Pretty basic compared to others here though! redface.gif

i7 6700K 4.7 @ 1.32v
MSI Z170A Krait Gaming
Sapphire R9 380X
Geil Super Luce 2400Mhz 16GB
Corsair H115i in push/pull
Crosair RM 750x
128GB Samsung 650 Evo SSD
WD Blue 1TB HDD
Elgato HD60 Pro
Asus N15 WiFi card
120mm Thermaltake Riing fan
2x240mm Thermaltake Riing fans










Amazing setup you have here! How are your temperatures? Performance?
post #180 of 409
Hey fellas! Proud owner of the InWin 805 here as well. Loving this gorgeous case.
Anyhow my temps have been massively high with the case and both my GPU's are clocking in at over 80 degrees during some light gaming. Thus I have decided to put in a custom loop but I'm not sure how to do it. It feels like my rad space is very limited and it won't be enough for keeping the temperature down without it still sounding like a jet.
I'm thinking slightly modding the radiator panel in the front to fit a 360 there. But then what? I'm not sure if fitting a 120 in the back is for me, since I really dislike that look, but if it is my only option then that's what I gotta do. Also thinking of spacing the front glass panels 2 - 3mm to increase airflow. Ideas?
Attached picture of current look
Also I haven't measured my clearance with rads etc. I can do that tonight
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