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post #15601 of 19729
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Originally Posted by djriful;14515625 
Here's my 690 II

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Is that a NZXT LED kit? if so 1m or 2m?
I was thinking of doing that exact same thing to my case. Glad I can see what it will look like now smile.gif
post #15602 of 19729
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Originally Posted by Recipe7;14547399 
Nice filters!

I'm interested in getting these for my own case. How much did they cost you? I checked their website but I am not sure exactly what I should be ordering.

Thanks, I'm very pleased with the quality of the filters, but time will tell how they perform.

Including postage they cost me R215.00 (South African Rand), which is about 30 dollars. I just emailed them and specified type of case, asked for front and bottom intake filters and 120X120mm side intake filter for non-metal surface.

Pleaced my order on monday and received it today.
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post #15603 of 19729
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Originally Posted by SailRabbit;14546804 
Most of the Front Panel Cabels, hide behind the Driver Cage.. tongue.gif

The Power and Reset Wire are not connected, turn my PC on with an Mobo Button wink.gif



Sry, bad english ...

AMAZING JOB with the cable menegment , it"s more tidy than moast modular psu systems , btw if you use mbo button to turn on pc,that means that you keep the sidepannel of the case all the time , how that work"s with temperatures , do you find it as s better solution than closeing the case.
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My 1090T has at Idle 31,5° on Load maybe 38° with open Side Panel.. Fans spinning at 1000rpm wink.gif

I dont think there is a big difference between open and close Sidepanel smile.gif But i will test it, when my Case is complete...

Yeah the Cable Managment was very difficult - that means the side panel is hard to close . frown.gif
Edited by SailRabbit - 8/11/11 at 2:10pm
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post #15605 of 19729
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Originally Posted by SailRabbit;14548341 
My 1090T has at Idle 31,5° on Load maybe 38° with open Side Panel.. Fans spinning at 1000rpm wink.gif

I dont think there is a big difference between open and close Sidepanel smile.gif But i will test it, when my Case is complete...

Yeah the Cable Managment was very difficult - that means the side panel is hard to close . frown.gif

so you keep the sidepannel opend all the time, are you planing to close it? , i"m asking because i can"t decide between keeping it opened or closed , if i keep it closed i end up with 10 fans inside for perfect temps , if it"s opend thay are not needed because thay are useless , i also like my case more when it"s opend , my hardware is easily accesibile and it looks good , also my cpu cooler get"s absolute fresh air because no matter how many fans i have , warm air from my gtx285 allway"s get"s up to cpu coole. i"m also not lazy enough to not clean my rig every week , what is also easier when i don"t have to remove the sidepannel every time.sorry for bad english.
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Next Week i make some Benchmarks with open Case and Closed Side Panel and will Post the Temps.. wink.gif

Then you can make an decision
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post #15607 of 19729
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Originally Posted by SailRabbit;14548818 
Next Week i make some Benchmarks with open Case and Closed Side Panel and will Post the Temps.. wink.gif

Then you can make an decision

thenkya , send me a link on a private message
post #15608 of 19729
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Originally Posted by Jtchal;14547404 
Is that a NZXT LED kit? if so 1m or 2m?
I was thinking of doing that exact same thing to my case. Glad I can see what it will look like now smile.gif

It's the 2 meters one so it allows one and half loop of LED lights.
 
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post #15609 of 19729
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Originally Posted by djriful;14549971 
It's the 2 meters one so it allows one and half loop of LED lights.

Awesome thanks, just bought some smile.gif
Nice Graphics card and HDD choices haha
post #15610 of 19729
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Originally Posted by Ulver;14540062 
140mm fans move more air making less noise than 120mm ones, at the same RPM level.
So, usually its better to go with 140mm but, since the 450 is not so hot as to really need a lot of air to be cool, its more of a taste thing or a economical choice. If you already have a 120mm one at hand, you could install it and see if its enough for you wink.gif

Thanks, would you have a side panel fan pushing air out of the case of bringing fresh air into the case? Thanks again for all the help
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