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Originally Posted by HourBeforeDawnwell it looks like it will have some great ventilation if you want to do a passive type system.
Originally Posted by AmonLike I said, I'm pretty sure these open-air panels defeat the purpose of directed air flow. It's just for showing off.
Originally Posted by tonschkI avoid cases made of alluminium , alluminium is a weak metal , therefore I am looking only for cases made of hard steel ;)
Originally Posted by HourBeforeDawnplease tell me that was just a bad joke???
Originally Posted by tonschkDont you know Alluminium is a weak metal , you can check this info in every chemistry book
Originally Posted by BindibadgiQuote:Originally Posted by biebiepBigger Fans = Quieter Fans and generally more air turbulence so more cooling!
In theory yes, however larger fans are also more susceptible to breaking if the central axle isn't strong enough, or the ball bearing noise is greater because the blades weigh more, or it's more likely to be unbalanced causing vibration. It's especially important to have a quality manufacturer.
Originally Posted by biebiepBigger Fans = Quieter Fans and generally more air turbulence so more cooling!
Originally Posted by confusisi prefer the lack of motherboard tray. It adds unneeded complexity. I mean, for the average PC enthusiast (who doesn't have $1000+ to spend a month) how often do we change cooling/motherboards ? It's cheaper to make a case without it and to be honest I probably only take a motherboard out of it's case once maybe twice in a few years, and I'm not bothered by it taking 1 or 2 more minutes without a tray! If you need to change your motherboard that often, by all means buy a case with a removable tray.
I've never needed to remove a motherboard to change CPU/cooler/cards
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