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post #21 of 4564 (permalink) Old 07-31-2008, 01:03 AM
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It's housing my old dell rig. I took out the tricools that came with it and put them in my cm690 , I got a blue tricool for the rear exhaust I'll be getting a yate loon for the top and two 1200rpm slipstreams for the front ! Madness..

Curious for the 1200 are the switches above the I/O shield the switches for the tricool fans? It looked like there was 4 switches(2 rear, 1 top, 1 where else?)

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Mwahaha. I should be getting my case soon, I'll post back when I have everything put in it.
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Curious for the 1200 are the switches above the I/O shield the switches for the tricool fans? It looked like there was 4 switches(2 rear, 1 top, 1 where else?)
those switches are for the 2 rear fans, 1 for the top fan, and 1 for the lighting of the top fan

i would like to know if i can use those with any other fan


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those switches are for the 2 rear fans, 1 for the top fan, and 1 for the lighting of the top fan
Oh thats pretty cool.. I was thinking about the 1200 for my main rig and keeping the 690 for the cheap/dell rig. Though unfortunately I didn't have more than $60 that I eventually paid for the 300.

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before my 1200 i had a NZXT Apollo and i thought that was enough for me.
then my girlfriend bought me the 1200 for my b-day, cause she knew i loved how it looked, and know i can`t even think about going back to a midi case...big case ftw
and the cooling is just absurd my NB temps dropped almost 20c when i switched from Apollo to 1200 lol


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Ill get some pics up of my rig when my Work Log is done on it. Doing the whole painting black, cable sleeving the PSU, changing my fans. Oh my case is in the 900 catagory.



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those switches are for the 2 rear fans, 1 for the top fan, and 1 for the lighting of the top fan

i would like to know if i can use those with any other fan
I'm almost positive you can't just hook up another fan and then use it with the fan controller. But, I'm pretty sure you should be able to whip out the good ol' soldering iron and that should fix the problem I mean, if the controller works with one fan, there's no reason that with a little modification that it can't work with another. Maybe somebody has already done that and can inform us on how it's done.
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New title... nice nice.



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I just bought he 1200 the other weekend for my new rig!
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New title... nice nice.
Yeah, I didn't want to make it a "club" because I'm not quite sure if that has to be approved or if you can just give your thread that title. If any can clarify this I would appreciate it.
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