nah the front mesh panel comes off and you stick the front fan in there, then attach the back fan to rad and align it with the front fan
i put in my old 660 and im still using that atm. Impatiently waiting for non-ref R9 290's lol
yeah i got my refund, now i just have to figure out what i want now since i saved up a bit more and can afford to get an even better card lol
yeah there are other mounting spots for a hdd in this case. if youre not water cooling you can mount a drive right under the optical drive, or on the bottom panel under the OD. you can probably even fit a HDD on the mount where i put my SSD, cept on the opposite side.
oh. well gee thanks :D i will :D
i tried my best to not have the cables block the fan, and no its not too bad to work with
yeah quieter than the seidons fans, but with the config i have, the inner fan has the lights facing the radiator >.< so i dont get a fancy lit up case.
not too bad. i didnt go with an optical drive so i had sum space next the hard drive to shove some cables. the problem i had was the mount on the side for the ssd. i removed it to fit the excess cables, then i secured my psu to the case. but when i tried to put back the ssd mount it couldnt fit cause the psu was blocking it, so i had to slide the psu back a little so the mount could go back in. >.< its a bit hard to explain but youll see ha
Thanks lol Yeah i was wondering about that too, might be because Gigabyte's 280x is just a bios-flashed upgrade from the 7970's ? i dunno if this is a common thing with the other brands
haha yeah it was well over the estimated wattage total but i figure i can reuse the psu when i decide to upgrade the build into something more powerful. i wouldnt have to worry about getting another psu