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post #461 of 2861 (permalink) Old 02-13-2014, 05:47 PM
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you are right sir. probably the same,underrated to keep the fan slower?

Yes I imagine so. Shame it's not modular or I would get a couple of these.


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Added you. That's some tidy cable management you've got there. You planning on switching to a larger cooler? You could possibly run it passive and only rely on the exhaust fan sucking air out.
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Nice front panel design. Are there any dust filters? I wouldn't have recognized the case if you hadn't said it.


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Looks nice, reminds me very much of C4B's mod of the same case.
What CPU cooler did you use? Do you have the front fans pulling or pushing the air from/into the case?

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Added you. That's some tidy cable management you've got there. You planning on switching to a larger cooler? You could possibly run it passive and only rely on the exhaust fan sucking air out.

Thank you!! At some point I would like to add a larger and definitely more quieter cooler, but nothing that will take up all the space I have in there. Plus I am only running an AMD A6-6400K, not overclocked yet, but something to think about. This is a great little case! Node 304!
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Looks nice, reminds me very much of C4B's mod of the same case.
What CPU cooler did you use? Do you have the front fans pulling or pushing the air from/into the case?

Since the front fans motor hubs are NOT visible, the fans are blowing air INTO the case.
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Nice front panel design. Are there any dust filters? I wouldn't have recognized the case if you hadn't said it.

There isnt any dust filter but after using for about a month, i have placed my order for some filter. Hahaha.
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Looks nice, reminds me very much of C4B's mod of the same case.
What CPU cooler did you use? Do you have the front fans pulling or pushing the air from/into the case?

Actually i emailed c4b and discuss with him about this build. He was really helpful and kind. The cpu cooler is thermalright macho 120 rev.a (http://www.thermalright.com/html/products/cpu_cooler/macho120_reva.html). And the fans are pushing air into the case.
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