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Obi_Wan    0

Hello, my setup is;

3x140mm intake fans at front,

1x120mm exhaust fan at rear,

1x120mm fan+Radiator at top..

 

is it a good setup or what should i do to improve it?

Thanks.

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Mohd Noh    29

Hello

May i know what kind specs you have and temp  ?

Share some info

Own this case over like 2 year +

Current setup 4690k with 16gb rams

140mm x3 fans at the front as intake 

120mm x1 fan at the rear or back

240m radiator on the top

Run in full speed and lowest temp i get is 28-31c ( idle ) load at 50c

 

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Obi_Wan    0

Hey Mohd,

i have i7-8700k with 16GB Rams. Seidon 120 v3+ radiator on the top.

3x Front Fans and 1x Rear Fan are set up auto speed and my temps are 34-40c on idle, 55-65c when gaming..

 

How are the temps ?

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Steve    0

Hello, I'm new and would like to give my 2 cents worth. I know I am a bit off topic here but I am trying to build a system and I really like the looks and features of these products. However, I have never seen a company that's employees haven't a clue about their products like these people. And their literature is ridiculous. I have a MasterLiquid Pro 280 . I am thinking about the MasterCase MC500p or MC500MT. Both say yes to the MasterLiquid Pro 280 on top. BUT, here and there I hear that it won't fit on top which is where it needs to be. And why 280 when it's really 311 ?

 

When I called Cooler Master they had no idea whether or not it would fit either case. REALLY. THEN WHAT THE  :) ARE THEY DOING THERE?? So as it turns out 280 isn't really 280. I don't give a damn what the core size is, like it or not you have to account for the tanks. Some of the cases instructions say 280 "max 297". What is that supposed to mean? I don't know why they can't just keep it simple.  So, all that being said, does anyone here know if the MasterLiquid Pro 280 will fit the top of either the MC500P and or MC500MT case. And without having to remove the 5 1/4" drive bay. I need that bay. I thought about calling Cooler Master again but every time I do I just get more frustrated and confused. I wish they would 1. get their support staff better educated on the products they are supporting,  2. write better instructions,  3. make the true dimensions of everything clear, a mm here and a mm there makes all the difference in the world. Thank you and looking forward to getting some REAL AND ACCURATE answers

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