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Old 11-17-2015, 07:57 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Case modding - modifying the case to produce better cooling results.
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Old 11-17-2015, 08:52 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Case modding - modifying the case to produce better cooling results.
How would you do that? Why not just get a new case?
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Well, I was assuming that wasn't an answer since you were asking questions about improving your current one. If you can get a new case then by all means.
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Well, I was assuming that wasn't an answer since you were asking questions about improving your current one. If you can get a new case then by all means.
I mean it seems like the only option, thanks a ton for your help. Any recommendations for cases?
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Well I mean, it isn't, just a new case is the easy way out

What's your budget?
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Well I mean, it isn't, just a new case is the easy way out

What's your budget?
Meh no more than 100$ Canadian. Looking at this one right now, looks pretty nice:
Carbide Seriesģ SPEC-01 Red LED Mid-Tower Gaming Case
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THat'll do the trick.
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THat'll do the trick.
Alright, cool now I need your opinion on whether or not this is a good idea. I'm thinking of buying a 140mm fan and putting it at the front then moving the 120mm that comes with it to the back, so i can have more intake than exhaust. Should the 140mm fan i buy be airflow or static pressure?
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What fan are you buying, and I'd put the 140 in the back.
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What fan are you buying, and I'd put the 140 in the back.
Not sure what fan im buying yet, mind explaining why it should go in the back?
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