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Yes I modded the top bracket so my fans are mounted above my radiator. Hot pockets? I have pretty sufficient air flow through the case, and then it gets sucked out by a fairly high RPM 140MM fan in the back.

I guess it's all preference, because in the grand scheme it hardly makes any difference either way.

It's all air flow...ie fluid dynamics. Doesn't matter if its pulling in or pushing out. It still needs sufficient area to achieve the desired flow without to much pressure loss or back pressure.

Yup, I agree. @doyll can explain fluid dynamics so much better with computations. There are a lot of Youtube videos comparing intake and exhaust top rad and got better temps with exhaust but then again it all depends on the components in your system.
post #802 of 885
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Yup, I agree. @doyll can explain fluid dynamics so much better with computations. There are a lot of Youtube videos comparing intake and exhaust top rad and got better temps with exhaust but then again it all depends on the components in your system.

Yes so could I. Refining Engineer, Mechanical by Degree.

But let's not turn this into that type of thread! To each his own!

Patiently awaiting my Top Panel...
post #803 of 885
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Yes so could I. Refining Engineer, Mechanical by Degree.

But let's not turn this into that type of thread! To each his own!

Patiently awaiting my Top Panel...

Agreed smile.gif
post #804 of 885
Ya'll suck, if you hadn't tried to make Joe so much money by all getting panels too I'd probably have my panel sooner. Jerks tongue.gif

If he does the angled chevron design I hope hes willing to do either the 3 square hole design or the circle hole array design as well because I wont buy the chevron design. If not I guess I'll have to look for someone else to cut the holes :/
post #805 of 885
IDK what MMM's capabilities are but based on the fact that tastes vary (shocking!), it would probably worth considering either multiple available designs (3 squares, parallelograms, mesh holes) or multiple designs with a custom option (higher cost and time). I highly doubt there is going to be one design that everyone loves.
    
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I agree, it kind of shocks me to think the chevron design, which is clearly the most aggressive looking is the frontrunner for the standard design, but hey, to each their own.
post #807 of 885
Does anyone know what the process for acquiring one of these tops will be?
post #808 of 885
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Does anyone know what the process for acquiring one of these tops will be?

 

Well, he told me that we'll be buying the modded top panel directly from him. So he gets the original top panel from Phanteks in bulk and resells them modded to us. He also said that it would be cheaper  to buy a modded panel from him instead of sending your original panel to him, modding that panel, and sending it back to you, so yeah.

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Well, he told me that we'll be buying the modded top panel directly from him. So he gets the original top panel from Phanteks in bulk and resells them modded to us. He also said that it would be cheaper  to buy a modded panel from him instead of sending your original panel to him, modding that panel, and sending it back to you, so yeah.

Thanks for the info. I assume we'll be able to just purchase it from his site.
post #810 of 885
MNPC has some acrylic vented front panel replacements for our case if anyone is interested..

https://mnpctech.com/phanteks-case-mods/evolv-atx-vented-bezel/
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