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nerdybeat, I am using the Big Boy. The fan holes do not seem to lineup. So I'd look elsewhere.
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post #672 of 4826
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Originally Posted by lowfat View Post
nerdybeat, I am using the Big Boy. The fan holes do not seem to lineup. So I'd look elsewhere.
Thanks for that!
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Originally Posted by Grissecon View Post

My other question is regarding the "feet" of the 650d. Are the "feet" removable? I want to add some milled black aluminum feet, and dont mind drilling holes in the floor of the case, but I want to make sure the default stands the case is on can be removed without too much marring.

Anyone have any experience in these things? Or could you look at your case and see? No reviews show the inside of the front io box, nor the very bottom of the case in any detail. xP
You would have to take off the plastic pieces underneath. I believe you can add the feet to the bottom of it.
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I am currently in a debate between a few different replacement 200mm fans for the front of my 650D. I am not a fan (pun intended) of the stock 200mm from corsair due to average airflow and relatively high dBA. Maybe this post can also help people in the same boat as myself.

Stock Corsair fan
Fan Speed: 1000RPM
Air Flow: Up to 92 CFM
Noise: 28.8dBA
Bearing: Sleeve

COOLER MASTER Megaflow 200
Fan Speed: 700RPM
Air Flow: 110 CFM
Noise: 19dBA
Bearing: Sleeve
Size: 200 x 200 x 30mm

NZXT FN-200RB
Fan Speed: 1300RPM +/-10%
Air Flow: 166.2 CFM
Noise: 37.25dBA
Bearing: Sleeve
Size: 200 x 200 x 30mm

NZXT FS-200RB
Fan Speed: 800 RPM +/-10%
Air Flow: 89.5 CFM
Noise: 20dBA
Bearing: Sleeve
Size: 200 x 200 x 30mm
*This fan seems to come in a couple different LED colors as well with on/off switches, and the specs are almost the same.

XIGMATEK Cooling System XLF XLF-F2003
Fan Speed: 800 RPM
Air Flow: 76 CFM
Noise: <18dBA
Bearing: Sleeve
Size: 200 x 200 x 20mm
*This fan will fit without moving HDD bay(s) or modding the bays. Also comes in about every LED color imaginable.

Antec BIGBOY200 200mm
Fan Speed: 800 RPM
Air Flow: 134 CFM
Noise: 30dBA
Bearing: 2 ball
Size: 200 x 200 x 25mm
-will not fit (mounting holes don't align)

There are probably more 200mm fans out there, but this is just available newegg/amazon stock at the moment. So far I am leaning towards the CM 200mm, and moving my HDD bays. Seems like the best cfm/dBA mix. I just wish I could find it without LED.

Here is my current setup:

I think moving the HDD bays + a higher CFM fan will improve airflow throughout the case. Overall I absolutely love this case! New 200mm fan + new fan controller are the last two itches I have... for now...
The NZXT fans wont line up in front, The NZXT 200mm fans seem to be alittle smaller in diameter (190x190). I bought 1 of the red ones and put it on top of a cm megaflow, stock fans and the NZXT fan was smaller and the holes didnt line up. I put 1 screw in to hold it in, but thats all i could do.

Thats why NZXT states on their site this fan is only guaranteed to fit the phantom or other NZXT cases.

Lamptron FC5v2 works great in this case.
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Does anyone know if the Thermalright TY-140 can fit on the rear exhaust? The site said that there should be a distance of 23 mm from the holes to the edge of the case.
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Does anyone know if the Thermalright TY-140 can fit on the rear exhaust? The site said that there should be a distance of 23 mm from the holes to the edge of the case.

Short Answer:

No.
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Bummer... Thanks anyway
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So there is no way fitting a 200x200x30mm CM megaflow without moding the case or moving the hdd cage?
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So there is no way fitting a 200x200x30mm CM megaflow without moding the case or moving the hdd cage?
Nope. Have to move the front cage to fit a 200x30mm fan.
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Does anyone know if the Thermalright TY-140 can fit on the rear exhaust? The site said that there should be a distance of 23 mm from the holes to the edge of the case.
It's been said it can't...check out all the TY-140 love everywhere else in this guys case!
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