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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-02-2014, 02:23 PM - Thread Starter
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im waiting for the EX240 to get off backorder status... in the meantime, ive been researching other kits as it's the last component before my current build in complete.

i just cant get over the fact that the EX360 is roughly 15-20$ cheaper than the EX240.
how is a (3) 120mm Fan/Rad setup cheaper than a 2 Fan/Rad system?

am i missing something here?

well to correct myself frozencpu was the only site i found with the 240 priced at $150 (but out of stock for at least 3-4 more weeks) & the 360 priced at $170.

i was tempted to step up to the 360, but my enermax ostrog only has a (2) 120mm fan setup in the top of the case. (well i claim that, i havent installed any fans in the top as of yet, the ads claim in supports (2) 12/14cm fans in the top; however, video reviews that ive seen say nothing of 140mm fans, only 120mm.) does anyone happen to have any experience with this case?

needless to say, now im sad & impatient. wink.gif
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Well, why dont you combine your own 240mm setup? It cant be that much more expensive? By that said, I dont think you can fit a 35mm rad and a set of 25mm fans, considering how close the motherboard is to the top of the case. You have the regular ostrog, or the ostrog gt?

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