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post #6 of (permalink) Old 05-19-2019, 10:55 AM
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I'm using multiple GentleTyphoon AP-15, which was the king of 120mm fans at least back when I researched it in 2014. I'm updating my case and I'm debating between Corsair 750D and Corsair 900D. Unlike the 750D, the 900D can have drives placed in the bottom compartment away from the intake flow.

I have five 3.5" drives, and probably more in the future. If my AP-15 fans can handle that kind of obstruction, I might opt for the more manageable 750D. Kinda hard to test before buying the case

AP-15 are good so should be able to supply airflow no problems. Have you looke at new Phanteks Evolv X? It will suppor up to 10 3.5 HDDs with extra mounts.

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