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I'll try and measure the height in my case for a vertically mounted psu when I get off of work. However, from the sketch about the height between the bottom of the case and the bottom of the 5.25" bays earlier in this thread, I'd say you won't have more than 7 inches for a psu if mounted vertically. I wonder how the airflow of the case will be affected by having that psu in front there.
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Hi,
I'm pissed off cause of bank holiday, I have been waiting for 2 weeks... x-mas then boxing day now, this bank holiday hopefully I will get my vulcan case tomorrow xD can't wait to modify the case and take few pictures..

is there any-ways I can put a noctua D-14 cooler without taking any fans off in the vulcan

if I have to open up the PSU and make it compact xD I mite go for that as well lol
Edited by PRiiNCE - 1/3/11 at 10:02am
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Hi,
I'm pissed off cause of bank holiday, I have been waiting for 2 weeks... x-mas then boxing day now, this bank holiday hopefully I will get my vulcan case tomorrow xD can't wait to modify the case and take few pictures..

is there any-ways I can put a noctua D-14 cooler without taking any fans off in the vulcan

if I have to open up the PSU and make it compact xD I mite go for that as well lol
On page 6 of this thread there's a picture of a c12 fitting with all the fans in but I don't think the c14 will fit now that I look at it. I think you might able to fit the d14 with one of its fans missing, but the biggest problem is the height of the cooler overall. I'd say get the thermolab bada because it performs quite well for $25 shipped from heatsinkfactory.

Edit: If you have the budget for the D14 then you probably won't be disappointed with the H50 or H70 from Corsair.
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I have been looking all over but can't find them..... what brand of fans are these?!?

They are Xilence fans...

http://work.xilence.net/en/products/...ct/471969.html
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On page 6 of this thread there's a picture of a c12 fitting with all the fans in but I don't think the c14 will fit now that I look at it. I think you might able to fit the d14 with one of its fans missing, but the biggest problem is the height of the cooler overall. I'd say get the thermolab bada because it performs quite well for $25 shipped from heatsinkfactory.

Edit: If you have the budget for the D14 then you probably won't be disappointed with the H50 or H70 from Corsair.
What do you think about coolit alc

just to let you know I have brought the case and the motherboard & i7 920 for now
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Actually on page 6 there was a C14. I think the person who commented on it might have been wrong. The ECO is nice and can be found on ebay for pretty cheap, but I've heard too many horror stories about the plastic part where the hose attaches to the cpu breaking off and leaking liquid all over a mobo. I'd still say the H50 would be good, especially with newegg having them on sale again.

Those xilence fans are slick by the way.
Edited by Thrall - 1/3/11 at 4:17pm
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ahhh i still have not receive my vulcan, if I don't receive it by tomorrow

can anyone let me know what fans are good..
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ahhh i still have not receive my vulcan, if I don't receive it by tomorrow

can anyone let me know what fans are good..
depends on the purpose of the fans
    
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depends on the purpose of the fans
cooling.... what fans are these
Edited by PRiiNCE - 1/4/11 at 9:28pm
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Cooling what? Each fan has its own purpose which is why I ask. Some fans are better for radiators, some for HSF and some simply to draw air in and push air out
    
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