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Corky42 9th August 2013, 10:58 Quote
I know the idea is to test an out of the box setup, but it would have been nice to see the case tested with a few more fans installed than the pre-installed two, maybe even just an extra intake fan fitted on the front :(
SchizoFrog 9th August 2013, 11:05 Quote
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t5kcannon 9th August 2013, 12:13 Quote
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Originally Posted by Corky42
I know the idea is to test an out of the box setup, but it would have been nice to see the case tested with a few more fans installed than the pre-installed two, maybe even just an extra intake fan fitted on the front :(

Yes I agree. Testing the out of box set up is important, as it gives us an idea of what exactly our money is buying, but when a case holds extra potential (as this one), it would be nice to get an indication of that potential. Adding a few more fans and scoring the temperatures would do that.
djzic 9th August 2013, 18:41 Quote
btw it says 'it's' instead of 'its' on the last page :)
ev1lm1nd666 9th August 2013, 23:35 Quote
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Originally Posted by Corky42
I know the idea is to test an out of the box setup, but it would have been nice to see the case tested with a few more fans installed than the pre-installed two, maybe even just an extra intake fan fitted on the front :(

Yes I agree. Testing the out of box set up is important, as it gives us an idea of what exactly our money is buying, but when a case holds extra potential (as this one), it would be nice to get an indication of that potential. Adding a few more fans and scoring the temperatures would do that.

Even if you guys remove the stock installed fans and use the same fans in all case tests (as well as the basic test with stock fans) the results will corelate with each other as the placement/number of fans will be the deciding factor with the temps...
badgerz 14th August 2013, 15:58 Quote
Prodigy M is out guys. Wakey Wakey, people might actually buy that.
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