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post #561 of 1740 (permalink) Old 11-11-2014, 11:17 AM
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Hey where did you get the screws and washers from and what length did you get? Case looks good just picked up one myself right before v3 was announced frown.gif. They had extra inventory they sold off and I couldn't resist thumb.gif

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size m3 washers. i got the screws from a local hardware stores.

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NCase M1 by Zizu32

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and another one worklog NCASE M1 HEXXEH FastMod2

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NCase M1 by Zizu32

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and another one worklog NCASE M1 HEXXEH FastMod2

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Wow thoes are very nice! I just got my case together but dosnt look that clean with the cables yet

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I can't believe no one has asked this yet: what Noctua heatsink and fans did you use for the CPU? I'm not sure I've seen anyone else implement a vertical airflow path like you have. Looks very clean and effective. How much clearance for air intake does the bottom heatsink fan have? Looks like lots of room. Temps and noise?

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It's in my Sig, I'm using the noctua u9b-se2, airflow is great acactually. 4.5ghz and max load temps are never above 73c. Let alone over 60when gaming. I've set the fan curve for the noctua fans at 75% when hitting 70c. The loudest part of my system are the bottom swiftech fans set at 800rpms. Lots room for the bottom fan, about 2 finger lengths before the back plate of the gpu. Sufficient airflow from both bottom fans.

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It's in my Sig, I'm using the noctua u9b-se2, airflow is great acactually. 4.5ghz and max load temps are never above 73c. Let alone over 60when gaming. I've set the fan curve for the noctua fans at 75% when hitting 70c. The loudest part of my system are the bottom swiftech fans set at 800rpms. Lots room for the bottom fan, about 2 finger lengths before the back plate of the gpu. Sufficient airflow from both bottom fans.

I just looked at all your rig photos. The build looks very nice with the custom sleeved cables and the red washers. How well does the Asus WiFi antenna work behind the front panel?

Your temperatures seem fine. I followed the crowd and bought the NH-C14 which is huge and maybe overkill. The U9B-SE2 looks like it would be easier to install and work around. Your photo in the previous post seems to show there's even enough space on the rear panel for a full thickness 92 mm fan. I definitely wish I saw your build earlier.

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I just looked at all your rig photos. The build looks very nice with the custom sleeved cables and the red washers. How well does the Asus WiFi antenna work behind the front panel?

Your temperatures seem fine. I followed the crowd and bought the NH-C14 which is huge and maybe overkill. The U9B-SE2 looks like it would be easier to install and work around. Your photo in the previous post seems to show there's even enough space on the rear panel for a full thickness 92 mm fan. I definitely wish I saw your build earlier.


Yes, there's enough room for another 92mm fan, but my theory was it might be drafting to much air from the side of the heatsink(even though there is a little shield to prevent air to escape through the side of the heatsink) so i opted not to put one there. On a side note, the antenna works okay'ish, not the best signal. im always plugged in via cable to my router. i just had no idea where to put the wifi/blu antenna. smile.gif

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I wonder if having a rear 92 mm fan as an intake would work well? The case has a lot of ventilation holes and a bit more airflow around the CPU and Rear I/O panel can't hurt. It'd have to be a quiet fan , such as a Noctua or Nexus.

I put a blu-ray drive in the front so I don't think I can piggyback the WiFi antenna there too. No matter, I too will be using the wired connection mostly.

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