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post #1 of 3901 (permalink) Old 12-07-2014, 09:24 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello! Welcome to the Corsair Carbide Air 240 Case Club @ OCN!! If you would like to join the club, post some pics/ description of your build.



Introduction:
Meet the Carbide Series Air 240 – an extraordinary small form factor PC case for Mini-ITX and MicroATX computers. The eye-catching cube design -- complete with a full side window -- hosts an internal layout optimized for maximum airflow or advanced water-cooling configurations (including a 240mm radiator or two).

Don’t let the compact size fool you – this little one handles full size components while still offering roomy installation space.

Signature Carbide Air styling touches
  • Direct Airflow path cooling
  • Mini-ITX and MicroATX support in a compact size
  • Easy installation and upgrades, Tool-free 3.5” drive, 2.5” drive, and side panel removal
  • Outstanding liquid cooling radiator support
  • Full side panel window
  • Dimensions: 315mm × 265mm × 400mm (H×W×D) / 12.4in × 10.43in × 15.75in (H×W×D)

Available in Arctic White | Black

Official Website

http://www.corsair.com/en-us/landing/air240

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEVn2-PEbuA

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Club Members

Please fill out the info on the Google Docs form, in your post in this thread add a picture of your build and I will add you to the list here in post #1. I've also added a Post # column if you would like to add the number of your thread post or even the direct URL to the post so its easier for people to find your build that would be cool.

Google Docs Spreadsheet for Air 240 Owners

Club Members Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
GalaxyRadio
Alag28
jameyscott
Atibon
MllAltomontllM
domp
lassebech123
matu916
IMI4tth3w
treadstone
Skye12977
blackend
JillianL
antipesto93
Atibon
Mark79
Decade
Cubelia
jakizidar
2Fab
omrheadshoto
Stizuner
pauljed16
blunted09
Darth87GT
FrostyPoptarts
Lightgrabber
nathanc98
2002whitegt
TOoSmOotH
jonnyyxo
jonablanco19
Prophecylife
bluexselvedge
bknight
Pan0s9
TheHig
trento
Bart
tugay88
iamandrewx
Hyungbae
Woxys
myselfdotcom
jonablanco19
Lightgrabber
pauljed16
AnoNox
Ryncrash
Suffokate666
Pefi
OzCarim
idjekyll
jezzer
cytrecyx
MocoIMO
-Alpha-
yosheego
aarondr
jonnyyxo
steezebe
woomba
Prophecylife
ivoryg37
Asus11
quebert
cyoung89
harrison0550




Once a member of the club and you want to represent us, add the following to your signature copy code below and paste in your profile settings
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[CENTER][URL=https://www.overclock.net/t/1511332/corsair-carbide-air-240-owners-club/0_40]https://www.overclock.net/t/1511332/corsair-carbide-air-240-owners-club/0_40[/URL]:clock: Corsair Carbide Air 240 Owners Club :clock:[/CENTER]
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post #2 of 3901 (permalink) Old 12-07-2014, 09:26 AM - Thread Starter
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After some further talk with a few 240 Owner's and Jameyscott we have decided to break out the Air 240 to it's own Owner's Club since the 240 has picked up some steam with owners and posts. The builds are getting lost in the main thread so it would be great to have just a club dedicated to discussion of the 240. thumb.gif
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Hi,

nice, looking forward for only 240er Thread, good idea! I will begin then with my new build smile.gif

System

- Intel Core I7-4770K
- EVGA Z87 Stinger
- Kingston Hyper Fury 16GB
- Samsung 830 Pro 128GB
- Corsair RM-750W (from old Case for SLI Build)
- Enermax Liqtech 240
- 6x Enermax Twister Cluster 120mm
- NZXT Grid+ internal Fan Control


All Fans runs with 400rpm now, Pump from Enermax also reduced in Speed and its cooling capazity is very good with low rpm fans, the radiator was build for that. And i wanted a very clean look, but a small size case with powerful hardware, now i found a case after all these years. But frankly,. i loved to see a version with 2cm more in every direction, so i could use Push/Pull in the front Section and without any problems a 4 Slots cooling Graphicscard at the bottom (Raijintek Morpheus). I really don't know, if this combi could work in here, have to try because it seems there would bee at least 2-3 clearance betweet bottom fans and fans on the morpheus.

GPU will hopefully coming soon, havn't found a nice buy yet. I will take some nice pictures, not a normal one like this, when iam done thumb.gif

And thank you very much for all the people from the 240/540 helping me with informations about size and what would fit in there!

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Ill repost again since this is only for the 240!

I7 4790k
Gigabyte z97m gaming 5
G skill 8gb sniper series
Hx850 corsair psu
Corsair h100i cpu cooler
Reference 970 GTX
256gb samsung ssd 830 evo

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I5 4460
Asus H97M-E
G skill 8gbsr sniper (4*2)
Termaltake Though Power 780w 80Plus Gold
Prolimatech Samuel17 CPU Cooler
Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 Gaming
120gb Intel ssd 530
HDD Western 1TB Blue








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i5 4670K
Asus Z87i-Deluxe
EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti
Corsair Vengance Pro 8GB
Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD
Corsair AX 760
Corsair h100i
SP120 Quiet Edition fans
Corsair link fan controller




I can't wait to get my hands on a HG10 for my 780 Ti...

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Some very nice builds posted. I have the NZXT G10 coming this Wednesday so I'll be posting some pics of my setup once I have that all done. I wanted to go custom water cooling to start with the GPU, but was worried about costs.
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Alright, I'll do a repost too.

Specs

PSU: Seasonic X-760
Mainboard: Gigabyte Z87N Wifi
CPU: i7 4790k
GPU: Zotac GTX 760 4GB
RAM: 16GB Crucial Ballistix Sport
SSD: Samsung Evo 1TB
HDD: HGST Travelstar 1TB
CPU Waterblock: EK Supremacy EVO Nickel Clean CSQ
GPU Waterblock: EK-FC670 GTX Acetal + Nickel CSQ with Backplate
Pump: Laing DDC 3.25 12V 18W 3 Pin
Pump Top + Reservoir: Watercool DDC-Tank LT
Pump Decoupling: Shoggy Sandwich V2
Radiators: 2x XSPC EX240
Radiator Fans: 4x Noiseblocker Blacksilent Pro PLPS
Case Fans: 2x Noiseblocker BlacksilentPro PLPS + 2x Noiseblocker BlacksilentPro P-P
Fan & Pump Speed Controller: 2x Aquacomputer Poweradjust 3 Ultra
Tubing: EK Water Blocks EK-HD Tube 12/10mm
Coolant: EK-Ekoolant Pastel Blue Concentrate + Mayhems Blue Dye
Fittings: All Bitspower
Leds: Phobya High Density RGB 60cm Leds + Phobya Led RGB controller

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So i just bought a air 240, h100i and 4 Noctura nf-f12 pwm, and now my question is, how shall i be placing the fans. 2 of the fans will be placed in a pull configuration on the h100i, but how shall i place the last fans, and are noctura nf-f12 pwm fans idle for this case, or would the p12´s be better?
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