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post #21 of 2348 (permalink) Old 06-30-2011, 09:42 AM
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post #22 of 2348 (permalink) Old 06-30-2011, 08:11 PM
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Mex, It can hold a 240 rad in the top panel

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all set, the case looks superb

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I am going to be using my CH-IV in this case but I first had to mod the USB 3.0 cables on the I/O panel because my MB doesn't have the internal plug for the case.
I was also planning on putting a fan in the bay drive but I'm not really sure how it will work with the door covering it, I may still give it a go and see what happens.
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well

the 200mm front fan in the Enforcer is faster than the normal 700rpm megaflow fans

top speed is 1050rpm

at that speed they are LOUD

but damn the airflow is superb

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post #26 of 2348 (permalink) Old 07-01-2011, 05:16 PM
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omg I need a ATX mobo and modular psu

my cable management looks nothing like that xD

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post #27 of 2348 (permalink) Old 07-03-2011, 06:35 AM - Thread Starter
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well

the 200mm front fan in the Enforcer is faster than the normal 700rpm megaflow fans

top speed is 1050rpm

at that speed they are LOUD

but damn the airflow is superb
I noticed the noise too....when its going at normal speed its very quiet but when its speed increases it makes quite some noise.

Next I was thinking about purchasing a fan for the top of the case. Is 1 200mm fan recommended or 2 120mm?

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Also what makes me interested in the case, is the ability to have a Corsair H100 inside + push fans and the rear exhaust fan? I hope thats possible.

I don't even think the H100 with fans on one side is possible. There is hardly any room between the mobo and a mounted 200mm fan. H80 is what I'm doing because of this. Otherwise I would go with the H100.
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Great Case and I'm glad there's a club for it! smile.gif
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