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Really glad I read 75% of this thread lol. Just joined up to show support for the modified top-cover. Been looking for something like this for my build. Now I can mount rad/fans higher up without worrying about them choking.. Hope they don't sell out too quickly when they are released! Do you guys think they will do something for the front panel as well? I'd def get both if I could.
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Really glad I read 75% of this thread lol. Just joined up to show support for the modified top-cover. Been looking for something like this for my build. Now I can mount rad/fans higher up without worrying about them choking.. Hope they don't sell out too quickly when they are released! Do you guys think they will do something for the front panel as well? I'd def get both if I could.

I don't see any reason why a front panel mod wouldn't be possible. I'll come up with a proposal design since you guys seemed to like my top panel one.
    
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post #753 of 1027
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I don't see any reason why a front panel mod wouldn't be possible. I'll come up with a proposal design since you guys seemed to like my top panel one.

I'd love to see a hexagonal pattern cutout or long trapezoidal slits. Something geometric to complement angles of the case. thumb.gif
post #754 of 1027
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I don't see any reason why a front panel mod wouldn't be possible. I'll come up with a proposal design since you guys seemed to like my top panel one.

Maybe for aesthetics. However, I tested mine without any front panel vs with a front panel raised out by 2-3mm. Literally 0 difference.
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Maybe for aesthetics. However, I tested mine without any front panel vs with a front panel raised out by 2-3mm. Literally 0 difference.

 

And what temps are we talking about, air or water temps?

post #756 of 1027
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Maybe for aesthetics. However, I tested mine without any front panel vs with a front panel raised out by 2-3mm. Literally 0 difference.

How are you raising out the front panel and keeping it stable? For me front panel on vs off is about 2 degrees different. If I can get that 2 degrees just by raising the panel slightly I really would like to.
post #757 of 1027
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How are you raising out the front panel and keeping it stable? For me front panel on vs off is about 2 degrees different. If I can get that 2 degrees just by raising the panel slightly I really would like to.

It's further back in this thread. i will try to find it.

Get some plastic washers and insert them between the panel and the bracket clip. This will extend the front panel out.
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How are you raising out the front panel and keeping it stable? For me front panel on vs off is about 2 degrees different. If I can get that 2 degrees just by raising the panel slightly I really would like to.

The 2 plates used to mount the front. Use another screw and a padded rubber washer or even just folded paper to extend it from the base mounting points using a longer screw. There's a like 3-4mm screw in the screwbox that's the same thread.
post #759 of 1027
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The 2 plates used to mount the front. Use another screw and a padded rubber washer or even just folded paper to extend it from the base mounting points using a longer screw. There's a like 3-4mm screw in the screwbox that's the same thread.

Yup that worked perfectly. Can barely tell the difference, doesn't look any worse, and improves temps. Phanteks really needs to release a v3 of this case.
post #760 of 1027
Hey guys. I was considering the EVOLV ATX case. I really like the looks of the case, but I'm concerned with the top flow being too restrictive now.

I will be using an H110i in the top. 7700k OC'd to 4.8 ghz. with a 1080 ti strix in the case. I won't modify the top of the case, although I would buy a different one if phanteks ever offered one.

Any thoughts or advice would be appreciated.


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