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Just about to order an FT02 case for my brother's build, but the only thing that I don't like about the case is the that the DVD drive will exposed which for me spoils the external appearance of the case. Silverstone should really include / sell a steal cover for their cases like Lian Li do.

Other than taking the drive bay cover, cutting it down and sticking it to the front of the DVD drive as threre any other options?

James
Nope, whatever mod you think it best.
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post #2092 of 6398
Hi,

Are you guys the users of Corsair H50/H60/H70 set the push-pull configuration as exhaust in FT02? How do you mount them in it?

1. Is it = pull fan > casing-mesh > rad > push fan
2. Is it = casing mesh > pull fan > rad > push fan
3. Can we connect 3 bottom's AP & the push-pull fan for rad into after-market fan controller?
3. Is it better to use those Corsairs or other air-cooling such as Noctua's or Silver Arrow instead?

Thx..
Edited by g.androider - 7/7/11 at 8:55pm
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post #2093 of 6398
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Originally Posted by g.androider View Post
Hi,

Are you guys the users of Corsair H50/H60/H70 set the push-pull configuration as exhaust in FT02? How do you mount them in it?

1. Is it = pull fan > casing-mesh > rad > push fan
2. Is it = casing mesh > pull fan > rad > push fan
3. Can we connect 3 bottom's AP & the push-pull fan for rad into after-market fan controller?
3. Is it better to use those Corsairs or other air-cooling such as Noctua's or Silver Arrow instead?

Thx..
If you go from bottom to top it's push fan > rad > pull fan > case. You need to do it this way or it's hard to fit.

Yes you can put them on a controller, but the 3 big fans already have a 2 speed controller on top of the case.

The cooling part is up to you. I like the Corsair solutions because they are clean and cool well.
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post #2094 of 6398
I've been following this thread for a while and have gotten most of my info and ideas from all the posts (yeh I was sad and went through it all lol)

Finally finished my build and was wondering if I could join the club:

http://www.overclock.net/intel-build...-prep-bf3.html

Keep up the good work!
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Can I join?

Got the Raven RV03:



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before i do rebuild with nividia tj10 case would love ideas on what is best fan to use instead of stock mid fan will be using only air cooling so any thoughts on the tj10 fans would be great thankyou :}
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I'm about to start putting together my computer. For those with big air coolers, would I be better off installing it before putting in the PSU for the added fidgeting room or do it afterwards?
post #2098 of 6398
I installed my noctua after the power supply. I had to pull out the motherboard to do it tho but I would have found it harder to route my cables if that was in place.
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just an updated pic of mine
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^Looks clean.

I finally finished mine today. Was waiting for the I/O shield from MSI.

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