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Damn that is sexy thumb.gif
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Hy all, I just want to share with you a few photos of my new rig. Actually, only case is brand new.
Case is simply perfect ...









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Hy all, I just want to share with you a few photos of my new rig. Actually, only case is brand new.
Case is simply perfect ...
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Very tidy build, good job mate. thumb.gif Your SSD looks awesome there.
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I managed to get everything to fit! tongue.gif
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I just replaced the stock 200mm front intake fan with a Megaflow and plugged the Megaflow into the stock fan controller. At the fastest setting on the case, the Megaflow doesn't seem to be sucking in as much air as the stock fan did. Would it run at a higher RPM if I were to plug it into a 4-pin molex connector instead? I realize I wouldn't be able to adjust the fan speed but it would probably be worth it if so. If I were to plug it into a molex connector it would probably take me 2 hours of rewiring haha as it would surely be the straw that broke the camels back biggrin.gif, so if anyone knows off the top of their head that would be great.

The case is really coming along, I added an NZXT Hue and it's been really fun to mess around with. I'm looking forward to taking some final pics biggrin.gif
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I had to remove the mesh with my bitfenix to notice a difference in air. Also i added a fan controller and apparently corsairs 3 speed fc..isnt that great.
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Started some more modding on my 650
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Changed motherboard, and moved loop around a little.







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Awesome color
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What has everybody done to get around the negative pressure on these 650D's? I'm considering getting one but I wouldn't like having to dust the PC every couple of weeks.

First solution I've thought of is switch the rear exhaust to inlet. But with a push pull H100i installed I'm pretty sure you'd still have negative pressure.
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