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    Damn you never added me ;)
     
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    Thanks rad ed and zen. I have been contemplating painting the interior, but I don't want black red or blue and can't think of any other color to go with.
     
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    Proud owner of an Cooler Master CM 690 II Advanced here! :D
     
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    Love their cases but their fans suck! :)

    At least the stock ones though I've bought a blue LED retail at MC that didn't move much air either.
     
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    Their R4 series fans are good, their other fans are kinda iffy at best thou....
     
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    I own a Cosmos-1000, and it's one of the best cases I have ever owned. It's empty right now, though, sitting in the spare room collecting dust.
     
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    I used to use an old game DVD case underneath the feet at either end.
     
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    The R4 fans I've never used, but I can say they look great! :toast:
     
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    Here's a pretty recent shot of my CM 690, for those that didn't see me post it other places.

    [​IMG]

    I need to take another one thou, as I've moved some fans around quite a bit, did some more modding, and put the old cooler on my 5770, until; I get the chance to order a new fan for the other one.
     
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    you tidy fxxxxr :laugh: ;)
     
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    Lookin' very nice!

    They definitely don't put out the CFM claimed, they are nice as case fans but aren't so good for heatsinks & rads.
     
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    you can add me (cm690 II), when i've tidied the birds nest up

    i'm thinking about getting some of these

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    for my cm 690II, it's just a shame they aren't a tad longer
    quite expensive £ 2.76 or about 4.27 US$ each cable:twitch:

    but as i said i need to tidy this birds nest, and they would just about fit:)
     
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    @jr

    For heatsinks you can't go wrong with gentle typhoons. :)
     
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    in the process of ordering the haf x.. i'm already excited..
     
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    Well I buckled and got the 200mm fan for the 912...despite my misgivings with LED fans it actually doesn't look too bad and it's a lot quieter than 2x 120mm fans. Now I just need to figure out what all the random rattling and humming is since it's so quiet.

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    This is my HAF 932, I also have watercooled Stacker STC-T01
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    Why is your bottom fan exhaust? I see it's on a rad, but wouldn't intake be better?
     
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    I was at one point trying to run all rad fans as exhaust, I've already turned them.
     
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    Ah, okay.

    Have any photos of the Stacker STC-T01?
     
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    Sure, it looks like this:
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    That one has a pretty light load at the moment, it has 280+240 rads cooling a C2D E7400@4 GHz and a lightly overclocked HD 5770.
     

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    A great price for a pretty decent case! :D
     
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    Count me in CM Storm Sniper :toast:

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    Very clean Sniper, me likes it:D
     
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