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- Wednesday, November 30th, 2011 Like Share






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Chaosfire Dec 1, 11
Nice review, If I hadn't gotten the Haf 932 for 70$, I would probably get this case.
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duneworld Dec 1, 11
I would love to see a high end version of this case.
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hiigaran Dec 1, 11
inverting the tray was quite a smart move...until i saw the temperature results. thats pretty darn high. looks like HAF is still the way to go...
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VeGiTAX2 Dec 2, 11
quote hiigaran
inverting the tray was quite a smart move...until i saw the temperature results.
Lian Li has been doing it for about 7 years or so now, they have much better results though as they use chambers and venting to channel air out of each zone and isolate the heat. Of course they also charge about 3-4x the price as well haha.
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hiigaran Dec 2, 11
venting is always a smart move. hell i proved that with a single piece of paper on my computer. drastically reduced my PSU temperatures, without affecting my GPU temps (the GPU was the exhaust i was venting).
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VeGiTAX2 Dec 2, 11
For sure, I remember chambering the SX1040 I had way back in the day as it only had 2 80mm fans on the lower front area. Unfortunately they were too low to hit the CPU properly and just cycled around the case.

When I saw this part I got a bit worried.



Pretty much putting one of the hottest components next to another hot component. >_< even if you wanted to chamber them you'd need high CFM to pour through and flush out the PSU area.

Lian Li generally had something like this.

http://lian-li.com/v2/tw/product/upload/image/V1100/v1k002.jpg
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