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Don't have any issues what so ever out of mine -- Really enjoying it
     
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post #12 of 20
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Originally Posted by Z Overlord View Post
I need to be more specific:

Occasionally the panels rattle and pressing the panels stops it, however, there seems to be a vibration issue (perhaps by my 355 pump). I am switching to a 655 pump soon and I'll see if this solves the issue.

Also, do the panels seem to bend for anyone else? Especially the back panel due to the wiring in the back.
yes, the panels are a bit of a pita, especially if you have a bunch of cables and extensions running through the back of the mobo side.... i dont know if any case manufacturer ever thinks about giving the user a bit more space there, mounting the mobo panel a bit more centered in the case itself, that would be a nice idea, but would make the case itself a bit wider i think

i think im going to give mountain mods a shot, since the cases from them arent that far priced apart from corsairs 800d ya know. its more customizable
post #13 of 20
No problems here with anything besides manufaturing gunk on some of the paint. The wiring part is all about how u do your wire management in the back i had some isues with not having enough room but after a couple of wires being moved to different position everything fit in nicely and both doors fit on right.
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post #14 of 20
Seems to me you've managed the wires poorly and they're transmitting vibrations either from fans, HDD, or somewhere else across them. Considering you're saying the panel bulges, that tells me you need to clean up the inside and get the wires flatter.
post #15 of 20
I have 7/16 water lines running behind my case and I have no issues with that. I would say you need to spend a little more time behind there because there is a TON of room back there. I was amazed you could fit a molex on its side and still wouldn't hit the panel. that is more room then I have seen before.
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The thing is, my PSU cords (ironically made by Corsair) are too large (mostly the MoBo one), and it is as organized as it can get, because that cable to too fat period for the 800D.
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post #17 of 20
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The thing is, my PSU cords (ironically made by Corsair) are too large (mostly the MoBo one), and it is as organized as it can get, because that cable to too fat period for the 800D.
Pictures because I know you are full of stuff....

The 24 pin cable isn't anywhere near big enough to take up all the room back there, I know because I have it folded in half and an extension plugged into it.
If I can do this then you shouldn't have a problem
post #18 of 20
I love that idea nickbaldwin! Routing the tubing behind the board is gutsy but it could actually help cool...I mean, if you touch the side of the 800D it can be pretty chilly.


EDIT: Also, nice build..almost identical - specs wise - to mine.
    
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post #19 of 20
Thanks

my point though was showing I can fit all that back there and nothing touches, my case panels don't bulge like he is clamming his does just because of a little 24 pin wire harness
post #20 of 20
Only time I had any type of vibrational noise, was when I had the 800d on air to test when I first bought it.

Otherwise the thing has been pretty darn quiet.

Grab some noise dampening material, or silicone plugs for your fan might help.

Hope you get things resolved.
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