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post #1401 of 18197
Who cares how long it took lol..


I love taking long because i want to make sure i build it the way i want to. Cable managment and all of that with perfection. Thats why you take your time so your happy with your build..

it can be 1 - 9 hrs as long as your happy

also since u dont have the mesh side how are ur temps
post #1402 of 18197
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Can you swap the latches from the first panel with the replacement? I know the latches are removable without too much effort.
I don't think they replace the latches, but the whole side panel :S
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post #1403 of 18197
Damn the 200mm fans of my 600T SE are way too loud for me (@ full speed), at low speed they are fine, but they dont move much air, I am going to replace them for sure. I want to put 2x 140mm in front instead of 1x 200mm .
post #1404 of 18197
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Looking great Acavella! Sleeving gives it a clean look. How do you like those CM Excalibur fans on your H50?
I love the CM Excalibur, they provide excellent static pressure for pushing through radiator fins. They also provide GREAT CFM for a straight air cooled setup. I have used them in both configurations. They are a bit pricy though, but not so much to deter me from them. The removable blades makes cleaning them and thoroughly wiping down the blades too easy.

Current temps using the H50 push/pull exhausting out the rear of the case.
Computer State: IDLE
CPU Clock:3300
Core Temp.:20.2
CPU Temp.:28
MB Temp.:30
Room Temp.:21
Computer State: Full load (Prime95 [Small FFT])
CPU Clock:3300
Core Temp.:43.8
CPU Temp.:50
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post #1405 of 18197
Add me to the SE club. Love this case, simple looks, great quality.





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post #1406 of 18197
http://www.engadget.com/2011/05/24/d...ings-the-heat/

Hey, being used in pre-builts! Step up!
post #1407 of 18197
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i wish you like but your not fitting a 360 in the top without mods
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I've already started Just two holes in the top and a couple of 90 degree fittings and she'll be all good Granted I could drill room for a second fan at the top but I dont want to ruin the case it's so sexy. When I get it all sortted and built I'll make a work log just painting the armor and the RADs ATM.

No worries and room to spare have to work some magic with the internal fans tho
Edited by morphus1 - 5/24/11 at 5:50pm
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No worries and room to spare have to work some magic with the internal fans tho
way to go brother! I am super curious, don't skimp on the pics on that rad install.....
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post #1409 of 18197
^What he said. We need some pics.
post #1410 of 18197
I third this....want to know how you modded the top so air can flow on that third fan!!!

lowbudgethooker....did you put something under your 5.25 bays or is it just the light in your avatar pic?
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