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post #1391 of 3785
I agree completely. All they really needed is to ship the NB with modified top panel from the NF. Change the I/O with the one they have made an accessory. Maybe come up with a good spot to mount 2.5in drives. Painted interior is aesthetic rather then performance. I hate to say this but I hope the FN sales are terrible due the complete over haul and they revert to NB make the changes they should have made to begin with.
post #1392 of 3785
I love this A05NB
One thing I dislike, is of course the heat build up on the top.
I have ordered already the top cover, but everywhere here in Finland they're selling "we don't have"
Sooooooo, gotta wait a week or two or three till I get it.
With it I'm getting a X-Silent 140mm fan from Thermalright.
What would you guys btw say about should I make the 140mm fan intake or exhaust?
I'm leaning towards intake.
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post #1393 of 3785
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every one seems to have a different opinion on that. I like exhaust while others have intake.

Try it both ways and see which performs better in your case.
post #1394 of 3785
Yeah.
Well, I think about it this way.
Since I have AXP on my gpu, if I put the 140mm as exhaust, the AXP and 140mm are both gonna fight over the same air.
So by my common sense, intake is more wise so the gpu get's more fresh air.

And btw, this whole aluminium case concept is so weird for me
Running prime blend currently, the front and side of the case feels so warm, it's kinda surreal
And now I kinda regret that I didn't order another 1850rpm GT and put it in front instead of the 1450rpm which currently in front. Yeah there is enough air flow since I can feel it through the vent on the front but :/
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2 questions
would you guys think it would be possible to mount a 2 240mm rads, one on the top and one on the bottom (with 2 fans on each)

When the newer gen gpus come out, will they fit in the case? My 6950 TFIII barely does
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post #1396 of 3785
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Originally Posted by lagittaja View Post
I love this A05NB
One thing I dislike, is of course the heat build up on the top.
I have ordered already the top cover, but everywhere here in Finland they're selling "we don't have"
Sooooooo, gotta wait a week or two or three till I get it.
With it I'm getting a X-Silent 140mm fan from Thermalright.
What would you guys btw say about should I make the 140mm fan intake or exhaust?
I'm leaning towards intake.
This is my current setup.



I had it at exhaust before and there were two problems with that setup:

1. Too much dust buildup due to negative pressure.
2. GPU was literally gasping for fresh air. GPU temps improved by at least 12C+/- when set to intake.

Intake was the way to go for me.
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post #1397 of 3785
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would you guys think it would be possible to mount a 2 240mm rads, one on the top and one on the bottom (with 2 fans on each)
I would say yes, top definitely, can even get a 360mm rad at a squeeze, and at the bottom there is defiantly space for 2 120 fans, however, space maybe tight for a radiator depending on the hoses and overall size of the rad and PSU, obviously a long PSU will reduce the space.
post #1398 of 3785
What do you guys think of this sleeving kit
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=30875

You guys seemed to have ignored my post
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post #1399 of 3785
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Originally Posted by Flying Donkey View Post
What do you guys think of this sleeving kit
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=30875

You guys seemed to have ignored my post
I don't really think you will need all that stuff and I have no idea about the quality. If I were you, go with something better known for quality such as MDPC, Ftw Cables or paracords. Even going with the one they sell at frys is great.
post #1400 of 3785
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Originally Posted by Flying Donkey View Post
What do you guys think of this sleeving kit
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=30875
I'd buy what you need instead of a kit. You will get all sorts there you don't want or never use and you are paying for that. Better to plan what you want and buy what you need, and it's worth paying more for quality when it comes to braiding.
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