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post #20761 of 20789 (permalink) Old 01-14-2020, 07:38 PM
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Hard to get a good shot with the water-cooling hoses in the way but this is 120's on a 30mm alphacool 360 ST30 V2. Don't think a 140 is fitting there especially if it's over 30mm and/or if you use taller RAM. Pic doesn't make it clear but fan comes just below the top edge of the RAM module. Added a second pic showing overall view. You can see how far down just a 30mm rad and fans comes






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Yeah that’s packing it in pretty tight.
My Corsair LL fans 120 and 140 are the same thickness. There are lower profile but question is do they have the static pressure needed for a rad.

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Can't really find any information on the included stock fans with the p600s(?). Kind of wondering if I should just add another 140mm similar to have 3 front intakes or replace stock intakes + stock exhaust?

With the mesh front + "sound dampening" front panel would that have any impact on the fans sp vs af Phanteks fan 140mm or Noctua 140mm?

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Quote: Originally Posted by FeelKun View Post
Can't really find any information on the included stock fans with the p600s(?). Kind of wondering if I should just add another 140mm similar to have 3 front intakes or replace stock intakes + stock exhaust?

With the mesh front + "sound dampening" front panel would that have any impact on the fans sp vs af Phanteks fan 140mm or Noctua 140mm?
They are an F140MP impeller on an F140SP motor. Essentially a 1200 rpm F140MP.

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Where can I get an Elite for a good price ?

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Quote: Originally Posted by FeelKun View Post
Can't really find any information on the included stock fans with the p600s(?). Kind of wondering if I should just add another 140mm similar to have 3 front intakes or replace stock intakes + stock exhaust?

With the mesh front + "sound dampening" front panel would that have any impact on the fans sp vs af Phanteks fan 140mm or Noctua 140mm?
What cairlatano said about fans.

Phanteks PH-F140MP are better than NF-A14 as you can see in below data



Shop around for 2-pack or 3-pack of PH-F140MP. Here in UK 2-pac is £16.26, only £8.13 each.



You only need good intake fans (PH-F140MP) in your case. I suggest removing all PCIe back slot covers because even vented ones block about 50% of opening lowering airflow even more. Taking them out increases rear vent area around GPU improving front to back aiflow and giving lower temps. I would use 3x front intakes with all openings in fan mounting panel not covered by fans blocked off to stop air fans are bring into case from leaking back in front of them. That way the air fans are pushing into case has to move through case and out back.

You might find basic guide to how airflow works and how to optimize case airflow in link below helpful.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/22319249-post5.html

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Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
What cairlatano said about fans.

Phanteks PH-F140MP are better than NF-A14 as you can see in below data

Shop around for 2-pack or 3-pack of PH-F140MP. Here in UK 2-pac is £16.26, only £8.13 each.



You only need good intake fans (PH-F140MP) in your case. I suggest removing all PCIe back slot covers because even vented ones block about 50% of opening lowering airflow even more. Taking them out increases rear vent area around GPU improving front to back aiflow and giving lower temps. I would use 3x front intakes with all openings in fan mounting panel not covered by fans blocked off to stop air fans are bring into case from leaking back in front of them. That way the air fans are pushing into case has to move through case and out back.

You might find basic guide to how airflow works and how to optimize case airflow in link below helpful.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/22319249-post5.html
Thanks! Ordered ph-140mp going to see how it compares to stock fans noise wise if all goes well i'll order two more.

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Clearly if it can fit 140mm fans it can fit 140mm based radiators....

In short, you don't know.
No, because it will collide with the memory.

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Where can I get an Elite for a good price ?
They are about the same everywhere.
$900

I got mine on a sale just over a year ago for $100 less.
Great case, so many ways to set it up and it comes with virtually everything. I’ll not have to buy another case, ever.

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Yea I caved and got one lol. The primo I have is only a month old but he was lonely. The elite is pretty amazing so far, just planning all the rads it’s gonna get

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Any Enthoo 719 (luxe 2) owners that can shed some light on the proper wiring for the pwn fan hub? I have my fans plugged into the hub and the main wire from the hub is connected to sys fan 1. Sata cable is also connected. I'm not getting any changes in fan speed as the cpu temp changes.

Does the white 3/4 pin universal connector need to be connected to the motherboard?

The documentation included with the case barely provides any info at all and the manual states you can check the faq online, but there isn't anything listed.
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