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Permanent ringing in the ear.
ah that sucks i get a ring every now and then happened ever since a black cat popped in my hand sometimes my left ear just rings for a min although it hasnt happened lately.
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LOL I don't know what else to say but W O W .

Big LOL @ TwoLips.
>_> is it just me or is there a double meaning @ TwoLips...
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So, this case cools amazing, is black, and is silent???
how about compared to the Antec 300?
imo there is no comparison... this craps all over the 300.
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I mean, the fans that come with it are silent?
Yeah but i heard the side panel fan rattles. Easily solved by moving it up top or whatever.
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twolips is a different person then twopenises....
o_O who?
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I mean, the fans that come with it are silent?
The stock fans run at approximately 1200 RPM at their full speed, but even at that speed they are very quiet.
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twolips is a different person then twopenises....
Oh, I didn't know that!
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ok, because I need it to be below 10 dB
Why does it have to be that quiet? Is it even possible for a computer system to be that quiet?
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>_> is it just me or is there a double meaning @ TwoLips...
I think it's just you. Perhaps you're lonely. hehe
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imo there is no comparison... this craps all over the 300.
It :turd:'s all over the Antec 300.
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Yeah but i heard the side panel fan rattles. Easily solved by moving it up top or whatever.
Mine never rattled, nor does it rattle. Perhaps it was loose or the fan's cable was hitting the fan blade.
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Thanks Bastiaan! Much appreciated.

I doubt the 24 will be able to fit there, perhaps if you either got rid of your sleeving or sleeved them individually they might fit.
no problem, good work needs some attention
ye, i was also thinking about that, but i wonder if i can get them between the leftside of the mobo and the case, guess you'll see 24 cables side to side...xD

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The LEDs can be changed, although I personally don't know how to do it. But I do know that it can certainly be done.

But purple means Royalty!
yes you could change them, drill them out, buy some uv/purple led's, glue them in,(make sure you drill the right size) and connect the wires. Make sure they have the same voltage, otherwise use resistors to bring down the voltage.


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well its for some one with twolips....

im sorry was that to far XD
hahahaha, nice 1 xD
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Get some better fans like CM R4's
http://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-...pr_product_top

Or buy some 140mm Yate Loon medium speed fans for the top exhaust from Petra's but there out of stock at the moment.
http://www.petrastechshop.com/14yalod1cafa1.html

Or buy some 120mm Yate Loon med. speed fans. There out of stock as well.
http://www.petrastechshop.com/12yalod1cafa1.html

I didn't cut out my grilles but I do have 140mm Yate Loons for the top exhaust and I use 120mm Yates for the bottom intake and front intake. I use a Antec Tricool 120mm for the rear exhaust and use a Scythe Kaze 120mm for side intake fan. I get good temps for both cpu and system.

Just my
Ok ok. Hawaiian Geek, TwoCables, and gotspeed convinced me. +rep

I'll order some new fans, and when I get them I'll redo the wires and cut out the plastic in front and the honeycomb at the top.

Those R4s look nice. I bet they sound like tornados. I have to read about the Yates, since everyone has them. Still, if I can get the R4s and turn them down, I may do that.

Is the bottom side intake fan a waste with the bottom intake? Also, why not get a 140MM for your bottom intake?
Edited by Cubemonkey - 8/3/09 at 5:10am
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Ok ok. Hawaiian Geek, TwoCables, and gotspeed convinced me. +rep

I'll order some new fans, and when I get them I'll redo the wires and cut out the plastic in front and the honeycomb at the top.

Those R4s look nice. I bet they sound like tornados. I have to read about the Yates, since everyone has them. Still, if I can get the R4s and turn them down, I may do that.

Is the bottom side intake fan a waste with the bottom intake? Also, why not get a 140MM for your bottom intake?
That "R4" fan is very quiet. I have the blue LED version, and it's currently running at about 1950 RPM, and it's extremely quiet. It replaced the Silverstone FN121-BL, which ran at approximately 1200 RPM, and it's barely any louder than that fan was. So obviously, if you go with it, then you should have no need to make any efforts to make it quieter. And if you can control it from the BIOS like I can, then you will certainly have no problem getting it to perform the way you want it to. Speaking of its performance: the website says 90 CFM, but the box says 69.69 CFM. Everything else is pretty much the same. It's almost like the original ones were 69.69 CFM and now the newer ones are 90 CFM. I e-mailed Cooler Master a couple times over the past couple months regarding this, but they haven't replied.

The best reason to have a side intake fan right there is for the GPU. Otherwise, I guess it would be up to the user.

As for a bottom intake: I tried that once, but it collected so much dust that I would have been cleaning it about every 2-3 days. And since I can't exactly see it like I can with the front intake, I decided to just not go with one. Besides, I already have extreme overkill with 4 case fans. 2 is plenty. 3 is better, and 4 is just insane. I have so many fans that you'd think I'm preparing for a really hot environment or something. But my ambient temp (my computer room temp) is usually around 70-75°F.

Anyway, I guess that's my reply.
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The best reason to have a side intake fan right there is for the GPU. Otherwise, I guess it would be up to the user.

As for a bottom intake: I tried that once, but it collected so much dust that I would have been cleaning it about every 2-3 days. And since I can't exactly see it like I can with the front intake, I decided to just not go with one. Besides, I already have extreme overkill with 4 case fans. 2 is plenty. 3 is better, and 4 is just insane. I have so many fans that you'd think I'm preparing for a really hot environment or something. But my ambient temp (my computer room temp) is usually around 70-75°F.

Anyway, I guess that's my reply.
My bottom intake has the stock filter on it, and if I put my hand over it, running at 12v, it is pumping in a lot of cool air. I find it very useful. I'm tempted to put an ultra kaze at the bottom, R4s at the top, and perhaps an external R4 blowing on the CPU hsf =P

That said, my current fans are 63CFM, so I don't know how much of an improvement I'll see by buying R4s, which are only 69CFM as you said. I may try cutting out the grills/honeycomb first.

Link to my current fans: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185029
Edited by Cubemonkey - 8/3/09 at 7:06am
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hmm, if you want extreme performance you should look at the scythe slip stream 1900, but they are loud... also pulling 110 cfm... so its a choice you make, maybe a switch on it so if you are gaming you put them on, and if you finished you put them off, cause you dont need 110cfm idling...

anyway, Project TBB-H2O has started
gonna cut some grills out now, ill create a big work log xD
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I hear slipstreams are not good and that S-sycthe or whatever are better and have better static pressure.
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I hear slipstreams are not good and that S-sycthe or whatever are better and have better static pressure.
S-Flex you mean lol.
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