Originally Posted by Rebelord;12499267
Aah. Ok, tyvm for that. Plus your pic with your fan controller on the inside helps. I was wondering how I'd be able to keep my Scythe FC. But the inverse mount seems to be the answer.
I have the fan on the outside now, pushed it a bit into the case.
Doesnt look perfect if you open the door, but at least you dont have to open the case to change the fan speed.
Originally Posted by grassh0ppa;12501144
hows the air flow in that case? How many fans do you have running and what are they? Look like the FD silent series
The airflow isnt bad at all.
It really depends on the fans you are using.
Its not as good as the haf, or cases like that but it keeps my i7 and 470s cool enough.
I have 4x140mm FD fans, 2 behind the door, 1 behind the hdd cage and one on the side. 1x120mm FD fan behind the 5.25" bay, and the stock 230(?)mm fan.
3x 120mm scythe s-flex 1900rpm fans, 2 on the HS and 1 at the back of the case.
And a 40mm FD fan on the NB.
A total of 10 fans.
The rig is pretty silent if the gpu's are not stressed. Once the gpu fans are at 60% or above they'll make more noise than all the other fans at full speed.