here's my case: http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16811144001
It has 1 x 80mm UV blue fans - one one top and one on the side
and it can hold up to 8 fans
here's a review of the case:
or you can just click on the newegg link to the product and look at all the specs, reviews, etc.
So now that you now know what I'm going to be puting in it, what do you suggest I get for fans?
^ok I've been looking at ALL the reviews on this case and seme people have problems with: faceplates being to strong<==the spring
*If I get the power supply that I planned on getting people say that you have to take off the top fan
*the temp guage that came with the case dies fairly fast
*psu of course is junk<==I knew that lol
Some reviews that people put:
I upgraded the power supply to a 500w.Had to remount the top case fan.The 500 ps is longer and interfered with fan location.Had to locate fan on outside of case.Still recommend this case very nice with good features. Looks awsome in the dark.
temperature gauge died after about 15 months as I had it attached to my primary hard-drive which ranged between 75-95 degrees.
too bad the drive bays have these nasty metallic grooves that get in the way. I practically tore my cdrom drive apart to get it to fit; ended up tearing off the front panel of it. Then I bought a LiteOn DVD drive, that too had problems fitting, so I got a screwdriver and bent the metal grooves back so I could push the dvdrom to the front. Even then, the cover for the Cddrives were too strong for the drive to open. Very troublesome, but a pretty good case for the price.
pros:Cheap, fairly good case.....?
Cons: Temp guage dies...psu junk<--duh, um I really don't want to have to remove the top fan... but I guess I could.....
So I'm not sure If I should get this case