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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?
No pictures yet. I need to borrow my sisters camera, will try tomorrow. I am going to try and move the top rad forward toward the 5.25 bays 1/4 inch. If I can do it, I can add a 120 rad and fan to the back exhaust.

The front 200mm fan can come out, but even with the HDD cages and the pedestal, you cant fit a 240 rad. Which really sucks. But someone did add a link somewhere to a 200 rad(not the aluminuim antec bigboy rad). But just looking at the opening, I think a 140 rad would fit in there just nice.

I am going to be replacing this front 200mm fan, the LED is driving me crazy. I like the clean, no flashyness look.
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post #62 of 18193
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I like the clean, no flashyness look.
So do I - however a few users who generally don't like "led"-lit fans, commented on it being a subtle/"gentle" white.. and actually liked it.

The only LED's I have, is the diagnostic led's on my MB (ram, power, etc.), and the CPU temp/diagnostic bug led on the bottom right hand corner.



Keep me/us posted on your future upgrades/changes.
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post #63 of 18193
Yeah for an LED fan, it is pretty nice. There are a lot worst fans. I will probably do the same thing I did for my old case, unplug the HDD and Power LEDs. That flashing all night drives me crazy, when I leave my rig Folding or Crunching.
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post #64 of 18193
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I will probably do the same thing I did for my old case, unplug the HDD and Power LEDs. That flashing all night drives me crazy, when I leave my rig Folding or Crunching.

Same here.. lol Didn't even bother to plug them in..
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post #65 of 18193
in addition to my previous question. could I use Y cable to run 2 fans on one fan control connection?
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post #66 of 18193
Phobya makes the 200mm rad. or you could fab up a bracket to mount 2 184mm rads. As for the fan controller, you probably should call Corsair to find out whet the wattage rating on it is, before you hook up a CCFL's to it. It should be able to handle it though, but sometimes they make integrated fan controllers just good enough for the stock fans and not much more.
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post #67 of 18193
For those interested in what the fan controller can handle:


http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showpost...29&postcount=2
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post #68 of 18193
Yes, that is kind of a given but how many watts can it handle?
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post #69 of 18193
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For those interested in what the fan controller can handle:


http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showpost...29&postcount=2
lol, thanks for that.

Since I'm useless with votages
"Maximum voltage would be 11.5v for the integrated fan controller."
Uhh...

What does that mean? one per channel?
I'm planning to use GT AP-15s
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Yes, that is kind of a given but how many watts can it handle?
Maybe it's in the manual? I don't own one, and that's all I could find on the Corsair forums... sorry..
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