Just played CSGO for a while, CPU was at 42C, GPU at 56C, that's at 4.1GHz
The push-pull is set up as exhaust right now. I didn't set the bottom fan as intake for three reasons. 1) the other side doesn't look as nice 2) airflow. The GPU pushes air down and I didn't want to fight that 3) dust. There is no filter on the bottom of the case.
The airflow currently has the top and front as intake, bottom and rear as exhaust. I grab some temp numbers when I play some CSGO this evening.
Nice, yeah I used both fans on the H80i because I figured I might as well use both. If I remember correctly it doesn't make too much of a difference. With one fan you should have the fan set as an exhaust with the ran between the rad and the case. If you set it up any other way you'll get dust between the fan and rad.
This might be late, but the two fans on top are the ones that came with the case. I mounted the HDD with its mounting screws to the mesh panel on the front. Mine fit perfectly in that location.
I don't have any pictures on hand, but they slid into the SSD slots. It was a little difficult getting the case to close with the SATA cables, but it's possible!
I bought it from 1 Tech when it first came out, but now it appears to be on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/BitFenix-Computer-Panel-Components-BFC-PRM-300-BBWA-RP/dp/B00OYWSGRY
My SSDs are behind the motherboard. On the panel with the power button there are slots for SSDs to slide in.
I just screwed it to the mesh on the front
Thanks, I was surprised too!
Yeah it looks a little scary for sure!
I bought it from eBay. Sapphire has a transferable warranty so I wasn't worried at all.
Thanks, your's looks awesome too!
Looks awesome! Really like the color scheme
It was a bit of a pain getting that panel to fit behind the motherboard, but I'm really happy with how it turned out
It super fast
They were cheaper than the 1866 at the time
Got it from the microsoft software swap reddit
I actually added a side panel!
looks like you mounted the PSU backwards? Shouldn't the fan face out?