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post #8691 of 8698 (permalink) Old 08-09-2018, 01:35 PM
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I finished moving my system to the 750D airflow edition and its pretty good. Building in it was easy and the quietness of 140 mm chassis fans is nice.

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post #8692 of 8698 (permalink) Old 08-13-2018, 05:57 AM
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How are the HDD cages on the 900D. I am looking at getting one and also two extra cages so I can max the case out with HDDs. Has anyone experienced issues with the cages? Do they transfer a lot of vibration or make a lot of noise? How is the cooling on the HDDs in this case.

From what I can see it appears I can mount fans on both sides of the HDDs mounted in the bottom section.

Will the cages have a compatibility problem with an SAS drive?
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post #8694 of 8698 (permalink) Old 08-30-2018, 06:11 PM
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Anyone have the 500D? I just picked one up. I'm planning on running a 360 up top and in the front. Just not sure if I want to part my current rig or build a new one just yet.

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Finally finished the rebuild on RobotFood! Just need to finish doing the RGB configuration and add my UV strips. It has Mayhem UV Pink mixed with Mayhem X1 UV Blue.
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post #8696 of 8698 (permalink) Old 10-15-2018, 06:56 AM
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You can cool on the side and bottom. I didn't have any issues when I was running my rig as a server. I had about 7 HDD drives and 3 SSDs. You can put all of the cages on the bottom and have the fans blow in (I didn't set this up but I believe it has enough room). The standard location has 3 fans on the front to bring air across then you can add 2 more fans on the back side to pull the air through. Check out my rig photos. You can do quiet fans if it gets too loud.

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post #8697 of 8698 (permalink) Old 01-24-2019, 01:01 PM
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Few pics of my last build. Didn't quite finish exactly how I wanted but was happy with the end result. This case was a pleasure to work with. The build has since been dismantled and moved on to another case but wanted to share some pics. (No idea why the images are uploading sideways but if you click on them they show the right way.)
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I'm not sure if the 900D is even current production, but I bought one a few years ago to move a rig over from a 550D and never got around to it - 550D rig is still running fine where it's at.

Anyway, I thought I'd go ahead and stuff this thing. It's even bigger that I remembered it being. 4 rads, 420 top, 240 front, 480 & 240 in the bottom, Coldzero midplate. All hard line, even the basement. Pretty much stock other than flush mounting the optical drive (cut the center out of one of the front bay covers and glue the side pieces on).
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