|Processor||i5 4670K @4.4GHz 1.239V|
|Cooling||High Pressure Fan System|
|Memory||24GB DDR3 2400MHz|
|Video Card(s)||AMD R9 290 4GB|
|Storage||256GB Samsung 830, 500gb WD Blue 7200rpm|
|Display(s)||23inch Dell LCD|
|Case||Silverstone Sugo SG10B|
|Power Supply||Antec TP-750|
|System Name||White Boy|
|Processor||Core i7 3770k @4.6 Ghz|
|Motherboard||ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe|
|Memory||CORSAIR Vengeance 16GB @ 2177|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA GTX 680 CLASSIEFIED @ 1250 Core|
|Storage||2 Samsung 830 256 GB (Raid 0) 1 Hitachi 4 TB|
|Display(s)||1 Dell 30U11 30"|
|Case||BIT FENIX Prodigy|
|Power Supply||SeaSonic X750 Gold 750W Modular|
|Software||Windows Pro 7 64 bit || Ubuntu 64 Bit|
|Benchmark Scores||2017 Unigine Heaven :: P37239 3D Mark Vantage|
I love the style and practicality of this case, but for me if a case like this was dropped to £70-£80 then it would be a staggering success even if it has to be steel instead of aluminium. It might just be my empty pockets but £150 for a mid tower is a little pricey
|System Name||The Monolith|
|Processor||Intel Core i7 2600 @ 4.2 GHz|
|Memory||Mushkin Enhanced Radioactive 8GB DDR3 1600 CL9|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA GeForce GTX 680 FTW LE|
|Storage||2x Intel 330 Series 180GB RAID 0 + WD Caviar Blue 1TB|
|Display(s)||LG Flatron IPS235B|
|Audio Device(s)||Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD + Audio Technica ATH-A900X|
|Power Supply||Antec TruePower New 750W|
|Software||Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit|
|System Name||Old Damned Rigs!|
|Processor||AMD Phenom X4 9850 BE 2.5GHz|
|Memory||2 x 2GB DDR2 PC8500|
|Video Card(s)||Nvidia Geforce 9800GT|
|Storage||Hitachi 250GB Sata-II|
|Display(s)||Chimnei 22" LCD Wide|
|Case||Powerlogic Modena GTX2500|
|Power Supply||Amacrox Warrior 400w|
|Software||Windows XP Professional SP3|
Meh, Corsair cases would be decent if they cost much less. As it stands, the only worthwhile ones are the 600T with mesh side panel and the Carbide series in my opinion.
^ get ahold of Corsair support and let them know. I betcha they will send you out a new peice.
Heck I asked a question about the fan controller, and they ended up sending me a new controller. It's worth a shot and dont cost a thing...
Oh and my case's front fan is really quiet on low setting.
Ah Im glad I dont have that problem.. You hacked the fan mount? What fan was included? Was it the black one with weird angles on the blades? I see ppl are using the clear lighted fan and thinking its the problem.well apparently the intake fan is a issue http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=95966
The whine on high speed in the front fan is caused by the metal grate that is in front of the fan, the grate the fan is mounted to not the filter. I just cut mine out with some tin snips and now can run my front fan on high with zero whine. It is a listed mod on the forum took about 15 minutes with a good set of tin snips and a black paint pen to clean it up. Silence is bliss. After this mod my case is near perfect now and if I were a betting man Corsair will either add spacers to the new case front fan to move it way from the grate or remove this grate all together.
Ah Im glad I dont have that problem.. You hacked the fan mount? What fan was included? Was it the black one with weird angles on the blades? I see ppl are using the clear lighted fan and thinking its the problem.
I just got the fan controller last week and the top fan was never used. I pulled it out to house the radiator. Soo I never got to hear the top fan run... Well atm I do hear the front fan.. Im going to see if be placing small stick on circles I can disturb the air flow enough to silence the fan.Nope it's the grill making all that noise, I removed it with some tin snips and the ground the edges a bit to unsharpen the left overs and painted it with a flat black paint pen. It is not my greatest work since steel is hard to grind down but it isn't bad plus you cannot see it at all because it is covered by the front face plate. Corsair knows it is the problem that's why they stopped replacing the fan controller. The top and front fan are identical but doesn't it strike you funny one is silent or near so on high and not the other, well now both are silent on mine. ( or at least it doesn't have that whine). Turn your front fan on high and listen to your front fan, it is no different than mine it will whine with that grill on. Read the thread I posted and several more on their forum.
I just got the fan controller last week and the top fan was never used. I pulled it out to house the radiator. Soo I never got to hear the top fan run... Well atm I do hear the front fan.. Im going to see if be placing small stick on circles I can disturb the air flow enough to silence the fan.
Well thanks for the info, I'll need to take a closer look and see what I can come up with out cutting anything. Worse case is I need to cut but I'll see what happens. If I find a non cut solution I'll be sure and post a pic of my finding.All I did was clip the mesh wire out of the case body, not the removable filter with tin snips. Then I took a dremmel and ground the remaining metal down a bit painted it with a flat black paint pen and covered the rough edges with some plastic c molding from auto zone. It looks factory and was cheap. It really improved the fan noise.
Well thanks for the info, I'll need to take a closer look and see what I can come up with out cutting anything. Worse case is I need to cut but I'll see what happens. If I find a non cut solution I'll be sure and post a pic of my finding.