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So you would roll with two nf-a14's rather than 3 nf-f12's for intake? Chromax line, of course wink.gif
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post #16062 of 16134
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Originally Posted by Scotty99 View Post

So you would roll with two nf-a14's rather than 3 nf-f12's for intake? Chromax line, of course wink.gif

I would, having owned two NF-A14s and two NF-F12s I can say that I've never been particularly impressed with the NF-F12s, since there are a multitude of other 120mm fans that are more competitive in noise or airflow. EK Vardars at 800-950rpm are my preference, but they do have their quirks (if the fan screws is screwed too tightly to my Predator radiator it causes ticking on idle at 800+rpm, and there's still the low speed bearing grumble), be quiet SW3s are quieter http://thermalbench.com/2016/10/21/be-quiet-silent-wings-3-120-mm-high-speed-fan/3/ and higher performing for the same noise level as NF-F12s, the list goes on (PH-F120MP, Corsair ML120s.) Point is, the NF-F12s have never been impressive or particularly good compared to other options.

The NF-A14 on the other hand is http://thermalbench.com/2016/07/29/corsair-ml140-pro-140-mm-fan/3/ very competitive, (as are the ML140s and Vardar 140s), along with the be quiet SW3 140s. http://thermalbench.com/2016/10/31/be-quiet-silent-wings-3-140-mm-high-speed-fan/
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Personally just get the cheapest fans in size you want. Such as Arctic, Gelid or even the SilentiumPC. Instead of 1 Noctua fan you get 4 fans that last and work the same, no joke.

FD R4, HDD added for now, until spring I guess when it will be warm again so I can cut and paint the case in garage.
Or does anyone have experience with MTN 94 colors and 0-5C temperatures? XD I don't like painting anything when it's under 10C.



The dark green bungee stays, I got a black one now but in no mood to temporarily redo a temporary thing.
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I haz joined club:
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/w96DD8

Ill post pics when i get er together next week.
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I haz joined club:
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/w96DD8

Ill post pics when i get er together next week.

Nice build!!
Can you check if you can fit the 240 rad on top with the trident z? It will be impossible to put it in front since a strix is too long

I have similar parts and want to move to a meshify c
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Nice build!!
Can you check if you can fit the 240 rad on top with the trident z? It will be impossible to put it in front since a strix is too long

I have similar parts and want to move to a meshify c

Im sure hoping it fits up top, like you said thats only place it'll fit with a strix lol. Ill post when i get my stuffz.

Kyle did a x299 build with trident z and got a 240 in roof, then again i did not check on this stuff and maybe rgb is taller lol?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1OBRSvzDi8
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Im sure hoping it fits up top, like you said thats only place it'll fit with a strix lol. Ill post when i get my stuffz.

Kyle did a x299 build with trident z and got a 240 in roof, then again i did not check on this stuff and maybe rgb is taller lol?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1OBRSvzDi8

X299 and certain x370 have ram placements a lot lower, usually covering the first pcie

I saw this pcpartpicker with a 240 rad on top but its a custom loop https://pcpartpicker.com/b/Whjypg
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Waiting on primochill and EKWB orders to come in to be able to finish. Love building in the Define S so far
post #16069 of 16134
I am awaiting my Meshify C to start my build as well.

I have an X370 Taichi paired with 1800X. RX 64 Vega LC and Trident Z RGB

I have a Deepcool 240EX Captain RGB for cooling and I bought a set of those Corsair LL120s. I was originally going to swap out the fans on the Deepcool and the Vega so I can mount the Deepcool on top and the Vega Radiator on the rear. Not sure that will all fit though.

So my next idea is to mount the Vega Radiator and the Deepcool radiator in the front and just have the corsairs lighting up on top and rear.

Thoughts to those already built or building in this case?
post #16070 of 16134
I just got this thing today and its tiny, i love it!

One question about the meshify tho, i already ordered the s340 front dust filter from demciflex (guy in this thread said it fit decently) but how do i remove the foam stuff from behind the front panel? I did a quick look and didnt see any tabs to remove the plastic holding it in, did you just tear it out lol?

Also i can confirm with what imthefreeman said, the s340 front filter from demciflex fits perfect in this case, it slots directly between two rivets like it was made for it with full coverage for all 3 fans.
Edited by Scotty99 - 11/28/17 at 10:27am
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