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post #15191 of 19729
Hahaha k Hsien. Do you get any dc's when you're on wireless? And btw, how many fans go on the top of the case and what size are they? 120mm?
post #15192 of 19729
^well no problems so far with my wifi card considering it's just a local cheapo brand but supposedly have taiwan-made components so i reckon it's sturdier than china-made ones smile.gif i removed the stock 140mm fan and replaced it with 2 120mms on top just below the mesh grill in prep for a 240 rad smile.gif removed the dust filter since i made it as an exhaust but will put it back and turn them into intake once i get my grubby hands on a wc kit biggrin.gif wanna try wc in the near future smile.gif super newbie on wc so i guess i'll go and wait for corsair's H100 smile.gif OR i could go for an xspc 240 kit which would be a cool experience to set-up biggrin.gif
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post #15193 of 19729
Awesome. I'm gonna install two 120mm fans on the top of the case. biggrin.gif
post #15194 of 19729
How about the sides? 2 120mm fans?
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^i replaced almost all of my case's stock fans coz they're so weak frown.gif..burnt a really big hole in my pocket with all the fans + the controller but was worth it wink.gif now i feel secure that my rig won't melt from the inside coz of the d@mn heat whenever i just leave it downloading stuff 24/7..neway i place a single 140mm (the stock led fan) on the side but will change it to better fans soon smile.gif
Edited by Hsien - 6/12/11 at 10:25pm
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post #15196 of 19729
Is your stock CPU cooler any good?
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update my pic :
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post #15198 of 19729
Quote:
Originally Posted by Purnomo;13865730 
update my pic :
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try stuffing an archon in there biggrin.gif
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post #15199 of 19729
Purnomo that's a sick cable management job. Super clean.

I'm getting this annoying ass loud case rattling noise and after google'ing my problem, people say it's from the hard drive cages.

Anyone having case rattle noise?
Edited by nubgen - 6/14/11 at 6:16pm
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post #15200 of 19729
Umm, I am not reading all these pages and posts, so I will simply ask, lol. Has anyone used that sata port on top of the case for an SSD? I know it won't fit under the plastic cover, but I I am not worried as I have no kids running around. I think it looks good up there! Any reason why I shouldn't?

Thanks!

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