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Mate, you should really take advantage of the cable management options the case has to offer.
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Here's my rig
What happened to cable management?!?

Go fix that NOW!!!
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Here's my rig
is it just me or does that defeat the purpose of a super sexy case
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is it just me or does that defeat the purpose of a super sexy case
Yes, yes it does.
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heres mine!

Don't know how I missed this.
Looks nice and clean!
What is that cable hanging between the rad and the 5.25 bays?

If you're open to suggestions, you should probably remove the unused hd cage and maybe put some colored coolant in that loop (with maybe a matching color fan to the back) just to break the blackness of it.
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Anybody uses DemciFlex magnetic fan filter(s)?
I have only the front 200mm and the bottom 120mm fan as intake but still there's dust gathering on the radiators. The bottom fan got a proper filter, while the front 200 uses the 'filter' in the frontpanel.


So I want a proper 200mm filter in the front and 3x 120mm filters on the radiator fans.
Because those filters are magnetic should I be concerned with that?

Thx in advance!
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What happened to cable management?!?

Go fix that NOW!!!
Haha yeah I really need to, thing is I was dumb and didn't get a modular PSU so it is so annoying to keep all those cables tidy, at least when its on and the lights are out you can't see them
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Haha yeah I really need to, thing is I was dumb and didn't get a modular PSU so it is so annoying to keep all those cables tidy, at least when its on and the lights are out you can't see them
I did the same thing. I'm working on it now though. Just need to find the funds.

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Anybody uses DemciFlex magnetic fan filter(s)?
I have only the front 200mm and the bottom 120mm fan as intake but still there's dust gathering on the radiators. The bottom fan got a proper filter, while the front 200 uses the 'filter' in the frontpanel.

So I want a proper 200mm filter in the front and 3x 120mm filters on the radiator fans.
Because those filters are magnetic should I be concerned with that?

Thx in advance!
Lots of people have used magnetic filters without issue. I have the exact same intake fans as you do, with a similar filter on the bottom. I just cleaned my case after about 2 months of use. and although there was a little dust inside I didn't have any on the rads at all.

Here is a link to the 600T thread. On message #3972 CTV mentions DemciFlex Filter in South Africa. The next three pages have pictures of a 600T with the custom made dust filters Demciflex has for the 600T. If you contact them and give them a few pictures and measurements I bet they could make custom filters for the 650D as well. Ask around in the 600T thread and I bet someone there has their web address or email address.

http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...-club-398.html
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post #1010 of 4826
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Anybody uses DemciFlex magnetic fan filter(s)?
I have only the front 200mm and the bottom 120mm fan as intake but still there's dust gathering on the radiators. The bottom fan got a proper filter, while the front 200 uses the 'filter' in the frontpanel.


So I want a proper 200mm filter in the front and 3x 120mm filters on the radiator fans.
Because those filters are magnetic should I be concerned with that?

Thx in advance!
I think what maybe happening is I think your case is actually getting negative pressure, 3 x120mm fan exhausting and 1x200mm intake and 1x 120mm intake. That maybe why your getting dust! lol
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