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Top I/O Ports: 4 x USB 3.0, Audio Out, Mic In
Motherboard Support: EATX (12 x 13 in), ATX, microATX,
Supports 450 mm VGA Card
Supports 180 mm CPU Cooler
Supports max. 290 mm PSU
Bottom Mount PSU and HDD/SSD Shroud
18 mm Panel Clearance for Organized Cables/Cords/Wires
Full Size Tempered Glass Side Window
Front, Top and Bottom Dust Filters

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I hate modern cases, more room for unneeded RGB and water-cooling than for HDDs.
The guy from the verge built the pc in the picture

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Quick question, but why would someone mount the radiator and fans of an AIO CPU cooler inside the case itself, in front of the intake fans?
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Quick question, but why would someone mount the radiator and fans of an AIO CPU cooler inside the case itself, in front of the intake fans?
it looks like front case fans suck in and the fans for that AIO are pushing back out so it should work fine. But who would pay $85 for a rosewill case? I mean seriously... throw in the AIO cooler and maybe
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it looks like front case fans suck in and the fans for that AIO are pushing back out so it should work fine. But who would pay $85 for a rosewill case? I mean seriously... throw in the AIO cooler and maybe
Oh wow I didn't notice the fan stickers! Interesting.. I've never seen anyone use the front of a pc case as the exhaust. I was always under the impression you would always make the front the intake since the front is where case manufacturers put the filters and whatnot.
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Oh wow I didn't notice the fan stickers! Interesting.. I've never seen anyone use the front of a pc case as the exhaust. I was always under the impression you would always make the front the intake since the front is where case manufacturers put the filters and whatnot.
I think the AIO is pushing the air out the side
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I paid around this price for my Define R5, which is an awesome case. And not newegg's crappy house brand.
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The guy from the verge built the pc in the picture
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Brah here is what we are going to do, we are going to have the AIO suck air from the out side, wait for it, then suck that air straight out of the side of the case. This way every other component including the gpu is going to be cooled by 1 120mm fan on the top that is just sucking air from the top slits and not cooling anything. This way everything stays at 100c and throttles just to save its own life, but the cpu, cuz that is the only thing that matters. Oh and we will put two ports in the back for open loop, because only smart people will be putting a $500 open loop system, that goes out the back, in a $84.99 case
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I hate modern cases, more room for unneeded RGB and water-cooling than for HDDs.
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Quick question, but why would someone mount the radiator and fans of an AIO CPU cooler inside the case itself, in front of the intake fans?
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edit - nevermind, i see it now - it has a vent on the other side. you'd have to remove the covering/brackets that you'd otherwise use to install 2.5" drives. it would act as additional exhaust. i guess they're trying to be creative in giving people different options based on their configuration.
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I paid around this price for my Define R5, which is an awesome case. And not newegg's crappy house brand.
I'm looking for a super quiet case with lots of slots for drives. Seems that case qualifies. Do you find it very quiet? Thanks for any info you can provide!
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This case is just the saddest sight. I'm happy with my Corsair SPEC-06 RBG but wish it had room for my h115i AIO cooler on the top instead of the front. But seriously, its my only complaint. Whatever this perforated nonsense is in this Rose-swill case is just sad and awful. It will, however, make a good computer case for the bad guy in a Lorenzo Lamas movie.
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