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post #1931 of 2409
Hi guys, I've just bought Vulcan 2 days ago and built my very first gaming rig. Well you can say that, because I used parts from my old Enermax Neo Phoenix ATX case parts that I had to build this small factor gaming rig. As soon as I saw Vulcan, I sad to myself why not. I'm also planing in future to have my own bussines making,repiring and selling this kind of products. Im posting some pics, kabel management is dissaster, but thats only because I plant to change them for ASRock Z77 Pro4-M , i5-2500k and new PSU. This case is amazing truly.

Here is Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 pro , I didnt wanted to trouble around CPU cooler to put it in another position, but I modified case to fit well, you wont even notice biggrin.gif:D






My specs are:

And it goes all to the 4.0 Ghz stabile 24h on Prime .I was tryin 4.2 but it doesnt stay stabile that long . Keep in mind, I have H55-UD2H motherboard and its very old, but still powerfull.


Brand new Asus GTX 560 DirectCU old but still playin on High Battlefield 3 with average temps of a 50 C.


One more thing, does anyone here have expirience with Asrock Z77 Pro4? I read some reviews and I think Im gonna go for it. thumb.gif
post #1932 of 2409
hey lacko, why dont you opt for asus maximus v gene instead of asrock Z77 m-pro .i have just purchased this execellent board for my nzxt vulcan case. just waiting for cpu and gpu to come then i will post my new nzxt vulcan rog build.thumb.gif
post #1933 of 2409
I just ordered one of these cases. Is it easy to remove the HDD cage on the bottom and the extra HDD cages below the 5.25" DVD bay area's? I don't need it and I want my Radiator hoses to have no blockage issues.
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post #1934 of 2409
Hi guys (Sorry for my english redface.gif). Just finished building my first PC using a NZXT Vulcan. Everything went smoothly. Just had a question about the front LEDs.

I know i have to plug this cable to the switch on the back of the case to turn on/off the front orange LEDs. Due to cable management, I REALLY don't want to do this.
Is it possible to use a "jumper" or short the 2 wires so the LEDs remain turned on all the time?

post #1935 of 2409
any ideas how can I fit a 120mm fan at the back of the Vulcan? what do I need to use? without possibly the need to drill holes on it
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post #1936 of 2409
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Originally Posted by rievhardt View Post

any ideas how can I fit a 120mm fan at the back of the Vulcan? what do I need to use? without possibly the need to drill holes on it

Just a 80/92mm to 120mm fan adapter. Have a search in eBay there are a few available there.
post #1937 of 2409
^ok thanks smile.gif
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post #1938 of 2409
Well I have the same issue.My front leds doesnt turn on. HDD led is blinking , but no sign of front leds, like they r dead. Any suggestion? maybe I made mistake by switchin that case molex 4 pin for front leds.Ive changed their position due to no contact, because there was only 2 pin molex. Thanks
post #1939 of 2409
hey skumar, I dont need maximus , Asrock z77 is just fine for me with bandwidth it has. I would probably be pleased with that z77 and with what the mboard has to offer. Thanks for suggestion anyway. thumb.gif
post #1940 of 2409
First time PC builder here. Having trouble getting the brass standoffs for the MB installed in the NZXT vulcan case. Does anyone else have this problem or is this a user-error type of thing? smile.gif
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