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post #2311 of 15204
you dont need a side fan at all. its not going to be a noticeable difference in cooling anyways. just use it as an exhaust fan.
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post #2312 of 15204
Hello, This is my first post. I just started my first build ever build. I've been following the Phantom club for awhile now, and wanted to join it. As soon as I get my memory card reader I'll post some pics.
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post #2313 of 15204
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Originally Posted by Troku View Post
Hello, This is my first post. I just started my first build ever build. I've been following the Phantom club for awhile now, and wanted to join it. As soon as I get my memory card reader I'll post some pics.
welcome to ocn. cant wait for pics.
post #2314 of 15204
Soon as my second 6850 and H70 come in i'll be updating my pics as well. Should be soon!
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Soon as my second 6850 and H70 come in i'll be updating my pics as well. Should be soon!
Looking forward to seeing this, I have a 6850 and H70 in my rig as well.
post #2316 of 15204
Anyone esle disappointed the phantom doesnt come with an adapter for a 2.5" drive? Had to retreieve the adapter from my Lexa S to mount my new C300 SSD.
In fact I would say the Lexa s is better for hard drive tool-less mounts as well.
    
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post #2317 of 15204
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Anyone esle disappointed the phantom doesnt come with an adapter for a 2.5" drive? Had to retreieve the adapter from my Lexa S to mount my new C300 SSD.
In fact I would say the Lexa s is better for hard drive tool-less mounts as well.
Having 2.5in drives isn't very common yet for desktops, so most cases don't come with mounts for it.
post #2318 of 15204
Well, interesting update. I had contated NZXT about a replacement mesh panel for the lower right panel of my case, where the 2 120mm fans are housed. They agreed to send me one for free. Well, turns out they sent me an entire new side panel for free. Unfortunately, they sent me the one that mounts on the other side... 0.o


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post #2319 of 15204
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you dont need a side fan at all. its not going to be a noticeable difference in cooling anyways. just use it as an exhaust fan.
I'm just curious as to why people are saying a d14 fits with a side panel fan, and for some reason my 212+ won't fit with even a 200x200x20mm side fan.
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post #2320 of 15204
It the difference in length between the two that is a huge difference. The d14 is shorter then the 212, thus why the d14 w/fan fit.

ninja edit: you also got to figure the the CM 212 is 160mm, the CM 212+ is 158.5mm(without spikes), and the NHd14 is 158mm. those extra mm help out alot. while it doesnt leave a ton of room in between, it works.
Edited by xD3aDPooLx - 4/27/11 at 4:10pm
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