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Hey guys. Just got done reassembling my rig with a new mobo, CPU, HDDs and fan controller. This is the best I can do for the time being. I really need to sleeve this PSU. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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Where did you find a rotated case like that? I can't seem to find any whenever I search.

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Their are some out there, one I can think of immediately is the TJ11, but it's pretty expensive. (more to do with the size and features than the orientation of the board tongue.gif )
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Back to my original reason for coming to this thread, I did some rearranging of fans. Now I have two intake (top and bottom) and one exhaust (out the back)

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Where did you find a rotated case like that? I can't seem to find any whenever I search.

Silverstone. Mine is a Fortress FT02. There's also the Raven series. They're expensive but really nice. thumb.gif
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Any particular reason you chose to use the top as intake instead of exhaust?
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Back to my original reason for coming to this thread, I did some rearranging of fans. Now I have two intake (top and bottom) and one exhaust (out the back)
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I'd say that's a 7/10. Could use a little organizing but at least the cables aren't everywhere. Do you see lower CPU temps with the top fan pushing in?
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Any particular reason you chose to use the top as intake instead of exhaust?

My guess is so that cool air can get dumped right into the CPU cooler.
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I'd say that's a 7/10. Could use a little organizing but at least the cables aren't everywhere. Do you see lower CPU temps with the top fan pushing in?
My guess is so that cool air can get dumped right into the CPU cooler.

Haven't checked load temps yet, but at idle it sits a good 2-3ºC cooler. I was sitting at mid 30's idle, now i'm in low 30's or high 20's.

Edit: actually one core is sitting at mid-low 20's.
Edited by SteevyT - 3/5/13 at 9:16pm
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Here's mine as it stands now. Any more suggestions, not quite happy with it yet.
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Here's mine as it stands now. Any more suggestions, not quite happy with it yet.
Nice work. I would suggest to just try straighten out the GPU and 24pin cables so that they do not cross and look like spaghetti.
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Here's mine as it stands now. Any more suggestions, not quite happy with it yet.

If You have a modular PSU use a Molex - 3 pin adapter to connect the fan cable, or if possible use an extension cable to route it to a less conspicuous header. Mounting the Pull fan of your radiator outside the case would be aesthetically pleasing as well as making it easier for you to access the ATX connectors
Edited by PinzaC55 - 3/7/13 at 7:06am
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