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post #2411 of 23567
Ok How about this question, should I need more CFM on the rear exhaust or on the bottom intake? Because I have two 120mm fans, one has 39.4CFM rating and one has 90CFM rating.

Would it also be recommended to change the cooler fan of the OCZ Vendetta 2? And should it be a PWM fan? Does PWM have advantages over regular 3-pin connectors?
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ok after taking 5 days + to read from page 1-current... i love this case even more... im planning a custom rig for the first time in over 5 years and i find myself feeling like a noob again... technology changes so fast lmao... but i plan on buying the case first and am gonna paint the interior metal white and interior plastic a blood red. the outside im gonna paint a solid black.

i plan on watercooling it. its just killing me reading this thread and knowing that its going to take me 4-5 months to complete this and and am able to install an OS.(money issues)

but once i get this case in ill let you know so i can be added

i also will need a link to my work log that i will be starting once i get it in...

and thanks to touge i have changed the mobo from evga to the bloodrage... final selling point was that it came with the chipset waterblock... waterblocks are expensive..

sorry im rambling... i just am stoked after reading this entire thread...
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post #2415 of 23567
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Ok How about this question, should I need more CFM on the rear exhaust or on the bottom intake? Because I have two 120mm fans, one has 39.4CFM rating and one has 90CFM rating.

Would it also be recommended to change the cooler fan of the OCZ Vendetta 2? And should it be a PWM fan? Does PWM have advantages over regular 3-pin connectors?
I would put the higher cfm fan as an exhaust or get another one of the same speed.
The only upside to a PWM fan is that you can either control the speed of the fan with software such as speedfan or you can have the mobo control the speed of the fan through temperatures (which you can modify through speedfan). The best fans out there are not PWM fans though.
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ok after taking 5 days + to read from page 1-current... i love this case even more... im planning a custom rig for the first time in over 5 years and i find myself feeling like a noob again... technology changes so fast lmao... but i plan on buying the case first and am gonna paint the interior metal white and interior plastic a blood red. the outside im gonna paint a solid black.

i plan on watercooling it. its just killing me reading this thread and knowing that its going to take me 4-5 months to complete this and and am able to install an OS.(money issues)

but once i get this case in ill let you know so i can be added

i also will need a link to my work log that i will be starting once i get it in...

and thanks to touge i have changed the mobo from evga to the bloodrage... final selling point was that it came with the chipset waterblock... waterblocks are expensive..

sorry im rambling... i just am stoked after reading this entire thread...
No problem, but you can't go wrong with either! I actually have both and love them both!
    
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post #2417 of 23567
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I would put the higher cfm fan as an exhaust or get another one of the same speed.
The only upside to a PWM fan is that you can either control the speed of the fan with software such as speedfan or you can have the mobo control the speed of the fan through temperatures (which you can modify through speedfan). The best fans out there are not PWM fans though.
Oh ok, thanks for the reply. But if you plug a PWN fan to a 3-pin connector on the mobo, would I be losing some performance in the fan?

AFAIK, the 3-pin fans are can also be controlled right?
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post #2418 of 23567
Can somebody measure from the top of the inside of their case down to the top of their MB please? When measuring, be sure not to measure from the mesh screen, rather from the underside of the top's flat area. Otherwise the measurement would be 1/4" too long. I need this to be very accurate. Thanks in advance for taking the time! I'll be joining the thread soon.

Also, how far across the top from side to side measuring from where that mesh screen starts to the other side where it goes back down to the non-mesh flat part of the top? I hope this is clear enough.
Edited by Paraleyes - 8/29/09 at 1:42am
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Can somebody measure from the top of the inside of their case down to the top of their MB please? When measuring, be sure not to measure from the mesh screen, rather from the underside of the top's flat area. Otherwise the measurement would be 1/4" too long. I need this to be very accurate. Thanks in advance for taking the time! I'll be joining the thread soon.

Also, how far across the top from side to side measuring from where that mesh screen starts to the other side where it goes back down to the non-mesh flat part of the top? I hope this is clear enough.
On a 932 or 922?
post #2420 of 23567
I hope I'm not late to the party......lol.Can I kindly be added...thanks.









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