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some update on my case
How did you get an Antec HCP 1000 PSU and how is it only 80 Plus SILVER certified?
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can someone tell me, how many fans can that fan control hold?
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can someone tell me, how many fans can that fan control hold?
From what i know its 4.
    
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From what i know its 4.
Correct.
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So if you remove both HD trays in front of the 200mm fan, airflow is still bad?

I only use one HD, so I plan on mounting it in the 5.25" drive bay, like another member did, here. I just can't see how a 200mm fan blowing directly into the case, unobstructed, can be that bad. Or, maybe it can be...


(thinking about possibly buying this case..)
In all honesty I don't think the airflow is all that bad. I added another 120mm intake fan in the 5.25" bay and a second on the H50 for push/pull in exhaust orientation (despite Corsairs suggestions I really don't like the idea of blowing in unfiltered air, along with the fact that it is blowing against the natural front to rear/top airflow of the case design). With Furmark and Intel Burn running for about a half hour I saw a max CPU (3.6 1.15vcore) temp of 60*C and GPU (763/1526/3800 fan @ 50%) temp of 59* with ambient roughly 23*C.

I am thinking of taking out the top 200mm, tossing a couple Yate Loons on the H50, and putting it in the top/front 120mm spot. I figure it would get nice fresh air from the front 120mm added in the 5.25" bay. Then putting the stock exhaust 120mm back in and the stock H50 fan in the top/rear location. I will update if I get around to doing so.... most likely when it gets warmer out and I need cooler air for the H50.

That concludes my $.02

*edited for roasty toasty vcore typo.
Edited by vrdubin6 - 11/16/10 at 9:04pm
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In all honesty I don't think the airflow is all that bad. I added another 120mm intake fan in the 5.25" bay and a second on the H50 for push/pull in exhaust orientation (despite Corsairs suggestions I really don't like the idea of blowing in unfiltered air, along with the fact that it is blowing against the natural front to rear/top airflow of the case design). With Furmark and Intel Burn running for about a half hour I saw a max CPU (3.6 1.5vcore) temp of 60*C and GPU (763/1526/3800 fan @ 50%) temp of 59* with ambient roughly 23*C.

I am thinking of taking out the top 200mm, tossing a couple Yate Loons on the H50, and putting it in the top/front 120mm spot. I figure it would get nice fresh air from the front 120mm added in the 5.25" bay. Then putting the stock exhaust 120mm back in and the stock H50 fan in the top/rear location. I will update if I get around to doing so.... most likely when it gets warmer out and I need cooler air for the H50.

That concludes my $.02

Thanks bud, I appreciate it.

On a lighter note, did I read right - 3.6-OC with 1.5vcore?
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Thanks bud, I appreciate it.

On a lighter note, did I read right - 3.6-OC with 1.5vcore?
Haha you did read right, but I made a little typo there lol. 1.15vcore... testing Intel Burn on a slightly lower voltage currently.

In all honesty I think my only complaint about airflow is that the top 200mm suffocates the H50 if you have it in exhaust configuration. There is an open portion of grill behind the 200mm and the H50 actually pulls in cool air from there. I draped a tissue over the portion of grill and you can see the tissue pull in right there..
Edited by vrdubin6 - 11/16/10 at 9:03pm
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Haha you did read right, but I made a little typo there lol. 1.15vcore... testing Intel Burn on a slightly lower voltage currently.

In all honesty I think my only complaint about airflow is that the top 200mm suffocates the H50 if you have it in exhaust configuration.

Gotcha.

Thanks again.
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Finished rebuilding my rig today, into an 600T!

First thing is that I love how easy it was, and how clean you can get the insides. I removed both HDD cages and the pedestal they sit on. I removed the top 200mm fan and replaced it with my 240 rad and 2 fans. The bottom fan I took out, but put it back until I get a replacement or decide to throw in a 140 or 200rad. I was able to mount my WC internally without any major problems, for the most part. The grommets are amazing, and installing my PSU rightside up(with fan facing down) made it more organized and WAY cleaner looking. Removeable dust filters and nice and easy.

A couple things I didnt like. I didnt really like how loose the HDD trays were once you put them into the cage. The lights on the remaining 200mm fan are annoying. So far is louder and runs warmer than my old case, modded Antec 300, but I am sure I still have air in my system and I have the fans configured different. The fan controller does kinda suck, only notice changes in speed at about 3/4 throttle. In order to install my Rad, I had to clip the retainer on the 8 pin CPU power. It was completely in the way, and even after I cut it off, the Rad was still just under 1/16th over the socket for the cable. Tight fit.

Overall I am happy with the case so far. After I tweak everything to how I want it, I expect this case to be just what I want. Just need to add some new fans, an adapter for them and some extensions. Maybe add a fan into the 5.25 bay like someone suggested.

My 2 sense

EDIT: I found a good use for the fan controller though http://www.overclock.net/case-mods-g...id-fusion.html Probably only thing I am going to use it for once I get it all in order
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Finished rebuilding my rig today, into an 600T!

First thing is that I love how easy it was, and how clean you can get the insides. I removed both HDD cages and the pedestal they sit on. I removed the top 200mm fan and replaced it with my 240 rad and 2 fans. The bottom fan I took out, but put it back until I get a replacement or decide to throw in a 140 or 200rad. I was able to mount my WC internally without any major problems, for the most part. The grommets are amazing, and installing my PSU rightside up(with fan facing down) made it more organized and WAY cleaner looking. Removeable dust filters and nice and easy.

A couple things I didnt like. I didnt really like how loose the HDD trays were once you put them into the cage. The lights on the remaining 200mm fan are annoying. So far is louder and runs warmer than my old case, modded Antec 300, but I am sure I still have air in my system and I have the fans configured different. The fan controller does kinda suck, only notice changes in speed at about 3/4 throttle. In order to install my Rad, I had to clip the retainer on the 8 pin CPU power. It was completely in the way, and even after I cut it off, the Rad was still just under 1/16th over the socket for the cable. Tight fit.

Overall I am happy with the case so far. After I tweak everything to how I want it, I expect this case to be just what I want. Just need to add some new fans, an adapter for them and some extensions. Maybe add a fan into the 5.25 bay like someone suggested.

My 2 sense

EDIT: I found a good use for the fan controller though http://www.overclock.net/case-mods-g...id-fusion.html Probably only thing I am going to use it for once I get it all in order

Excellent, thanks. Any pictures, by any chance? I know the look is mostly similar to others, but I'm just curious as to how you set it up, and how the rad fits.


Nothing can be done with the 200mm intake fan, right? 2x120's or nothing else will fit, right?
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