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Has anyone actually purchased here before?

http://www.provantage.com/cooler-mas...p~7COOL050.htm

It'll save me basically the shipping cost so roughly ~$20 over Newegg. I was just curious if anyone else has had issues with Provantage?
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Has anyone actually purchased here before?

http://www.provantage.com/cooler-mas...p~7COOL050.htm

It'll save me basically the shipping cost so roughly ~$20 over Newegg. I was just curious if anyone else has had issues with Provantage?
i did look what happen to me.http://forums.hardwarelogic.com/f47/...iss-19661.html really piss off.
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Has anyone actually purchased here before?

http://www.provantage.com/cooler-mas...p~7COOL050.htm

It'll save me basically the shipping cost so roughly ~$20 over Newegg. I was just curious if anyone else has had issues with Provantage?
I just purchased and received the ATCS 840 from Provantage this week with no problem. Actually, I was really impressed. I made my order on Tuesday night and received it on Thursday afternoon with regular shipping. No dents or scratches.
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Hello, I'm new here and I have the ATCS 840. I've seen lots of you have very nice systems with mods and water cooling setups. I'm not there yet, but I have improved airflow drastically in this case. In fact, I've improved it so much it beats my old Antec 300, which has the same airflow setup as the 900 but a 140mm top exhaust fan rather than 200mm. We all know the Antec 300/900/902/1200 were built mainly for air flow.

To start, I have 11 fans in my ATCS 840 and the only loud one is the Antec TriCool. It spins 1850-1900 RPM (supposed to be 2000), and screams. I'll replace it ASAP. I have the three 230mm fans and eight 120mm fans. I've replaced most of the 120mm fans with COOLER MASTER R4 series fans, both blue LED and no LED. These spin at 1900-1950 RPM and at 2000 RPM are rated at 90 CFM. They're very quiet too. My only gripe is the external construction but they're just fans.

Here are the 120mm fans I'm using. Made by COOLER MASTER, these 120mm x 25mm fans have nine curved blades which are somewhat transparent. They have a 2000 RPM max rating, pushing 90 CFM at this speed. The minimum DBA is 19, but at 2000 RPM they are still only rated at 23 DBA. These fans have a mediocre external build quality, but perform very well. They push more air than any other 120mm fan I've ever used, including the 2500 RPM fan on my old radiator which only had an 80 CFM rating. These fans are available with no LED, blue LED, red LED, and green LED. The fan itself always looks the same, they're not overly bright due to the dark fan blades.

By boredgunner, shot with Canon PowerShot A590 IS at 2009-06-04

So what have I done to the airflow? Well first, as stated in the original post, one of the 230mm top exhaust fans (the one closest to the drive bay cage) draws air out of the case prematurely. So what I did was unplug it. I'm sure many of you do this, but this isn't all I've done. I tried reversing it to make it an intake, but that didn't work out so well. My temps are best with the fan off. Disabling it gave me an immediate 3-7 degree Celsius CPU temperature drop!

I'm not sure how well this forum resizes 2048 x 1536 pictures, so I'll post smaller ones. I have two Logisys 12" cold blue cathodes near the top of the case.

By boredgunner, shot with Canon PowerShot A590 IS at 2009-05-23

Okay, now we got that down. When I first assembled my PC in the case, I immediately threw some 120mm fans into the HDD cage to blow air around the case. I also added a 120mm blue LED bottom intake fan, and used the stock rear fan in the external air duct since at the time I had a water cooler (iBuyPower IBP-Z001). To further improve air flow, I added a Scythe Kama Bay to the 5.25" drive bay. It takes up 3 slots. Now here is where I have a question for you guys. I would have liked to put the Kama bay in the bottom 3 slots, but I can't seem to be able to remove the 5.25" to 3.5" adapter. Is it possible to remove it?

I replaced the default 800 RPM silent fan in the Scythe Kama bay with a CM R4 series 120mm fan (no LED). I also had to cut a thin layer off the non-washable dust filter, since the fan would hit the dust filter.

By boredgunner, shot with Canon PowerShot A590 IS at 2009-06-01

By boredgunner, shot with Canon PowerShot A590 IS at 2009-06-03

Now here comes some real, light mods. Nothing big here, all I did was improve the airflow. The case came with many fan brackets so you can use up to three 120mm top fans or a 360 radiator. I took a pair of these fan brackets, screwed a 120mm fan into them, and zip tied the bracket/fan to the 5.25" bay. Now we have a push/pull design with the Scythe Kama Bay. Not only this, but I modded a 120mm fan to the MOBO tray by using double sided tape and a zip tie. This blows air right onto the video cards. I am using CM R4 series blue LED 120mm fans here. I will move this modded fan on the MOBO tray lower so it blows air on both video cards, and I'll make it closer to the video cards as well.

My fans are mismatched. All of the 120mm fans are CM R4 series, except for the two in the HDD cage and the bottom intake. The uppermost mismatched fan is an Antec TriCool that is too loud. The other two are silent Yate Loons, but they're worse than the R4 series and still mismatched.

By boredgunner, shot with Canon PowerShot A590 IS at 2009-06-05

By boredgunner, shot with Canon PowerShot A590 IS at 2009-06-05

To make all of this visible I got a windowed side panel from svcompucycle. I actually have two, one came damaged and had footprints on the shipping box. Then I got this one for free and got to keep the old one.

By boredgunner, shot with Canon PowerShot A590 IS at 2009-05-13

By boredgunner, shot with Canon PowerShot A590 IS at 2009-05-13

By boredgunner, shot with Canon PowerShot A590 IS at 2009-05-13

Some of the pictures are outdated and don't have my new cooling setup. Oh well. Next on my list is to paint the entire thing black. My GTX 260 has a red side panel which looks retarded in my case. I will paint that black as well, and remove the EVGA sticker.

When I had my water cooler (a bad one by the way), and this modded fan setup, my CPU idled at 32-35 degrees Celsius. In Prime95 it got to 53-57 degrees. My GTX 260 idles at 40-41 degrees, and in FurMark the max temp was 73 degrees after about a 30 minute run! My 9600GT never exceeds 45 degrees, since all it does is calculate PhysX. You can find out about my system in my system specs.

Overall I'm very happy with this case. The only negatives I found are the sharpness of the front removable aluminum bezel, and thin side panels. But hey, the windowed version survived a fully grown man's weight, since I bent that side panel back into shape. I am using it as a backup side panel, as well as the one without a window.

So I hope this helps anyone who wishes to improve airflow within the case. Here is a picture I took, to show off the airflow setup. I had an 80mm fan on the MOBO tray at the time.

By boredgunner, shot with Canon PowerShot A590 IS at 2009-06-01
Edited by boredgunner - 6/6/09 at 9:13am
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I just purchased and received the ATCS 840 from Provantage this week with no problem. Actually, I was really impressed. I made my order on Tuesday night and received it on Thursday afternoon with regular shipping. No dents or scratches.
i wish my was like your damm why me why.
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Here are the 120mm fans I'm using. Made by COOLER MASTER, these 120mm x 25mm fans have nine curved blades which are somewhat transparent. They have a 2000 RPM max rating, pushing 90 CFM at this speed. The minimum DBA is 19, but at 2000 RPM they are still only rated at 23 DBA. These fans have a mediocre external build quality, but perform very well. They push more air than any other 120mm fan I've ever used, including the 2500 RPM fan on my old radiator which only had an 80 CFM rating. These fans are available with no LED, blue LED, red LED, and green LED. The fan itself always looks the same, they're not overly bright due to the dark fan blades.
I hate to tell you, but there's no way they spin that fast and stay down near 23 dBA. It's just impossible in that fan size. If there's some way you can prove they really push that much air and stay that quiet at the same time, feel free. In the meantime, added to the list. Post pics once you've got the interior painted, it's really amazing in full-black (and don't bother tagging your images with "taken by me at this date with this camera", it's not really necessary).
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I figured they sugar coated the specs, it actually says 19 DBA at the minimum. Anyway I did check with my fan controller, they do spin at 1900-1950 RPM, and push a lot of air. Not sure about DBA but they are very quiet.

About the tagged pictures, I just copied the imageshack link, they're there already. Thanks for adding me, but I may need to toughen up before I decide to paint the case. I probably will though.
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I may need to toughen up before I decide to paint the case. I probably will though.
I take it you're doing it yourself, then. The thing you need more than anything else is patience when you do stuff like that, otherwise you'll just make things worse. Even though I didn't do my powder coat myself, it came out very well for a local shop (you'd know what I mean if you knew how the people here are) and was worth the cost, which would have just been the cost of a powder-coating gun, and I don't have the skill to pull off the work the shop did. Of course I lost a little respect when I asked if I could get any San Aces through them, and they told me that Newark wasn't one of their "trusted/registered" suppliers, and that none of the suppliers they COULD order from carried San Aces, and instead recommended an LED Antec that wasn't a TriCool, saying "Antec is quality with these fans". It threw me for a loop because I thought "they liked my case a whole ton and did a nice job with the coat, but then they push this crappy fan in my face? whaaaaat?", but oh well.
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never install the 12CM fan at the bottom or you may just block the air from the 2 X 12CM fan at HDD cage

HERE are some update

i've change all SATA cable to intel UV(OEM by foxconn)50CM





    
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Does anyone here have a radgrill installed in the top of your ATCS 840? I was hoping to see what one would look like before I decided if I wanted to put one in for the 360 rad I'm going to install in the top.
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