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breathemetal 02-18-08 06:27 PM

COOLERMASTER RC-690 question
 
It's 20.7 x 8.4 x 19, and it looks pretty nice.
Also can handle 7 fans and has cable management.
Im looking for something else besides my massive NZXT Zero (its loud, and ive heard that the smaller the better when it comes to cooling).

Anyways. Will this handle my current hardware nicely? (see sig)
Aka. enough room?
Especially for a aftermarket cpu hs and the 8800?

http://c1.neweggimages.com/NeweggIma...119-137-22.jpg

nekrosoft13 02-18-08 09:14 PM

Re: COOLERMASTER RC-690 question
 
yes, everything will fit, i have that case, use it for my server machine. got it for 20 bucks ;)

breathemetal 02-18-08 10:23 PM

Re: COOLERMASTER RC-690 question
 
is it quiet?

also, are all the fans blue led that come with the case?

Wolfhound 02-19-08 02:59 AM

Re: COOLERMASTER RC-690 question
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by breathemetal
is it quiet?

also, are all the fans blue led that come with the case?


only came 3 fans, front fan is with led, the rest (back and side) are black coolermaster fans, is very quiet.

BashfulTux 02-19-08 09:04 AM

Re: COOLERMASTER RC-690 question
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by breathemetal
It's 20.7 x 8.4 x 19, and it looks pretty nice.
Also can handle 7 fans and has cable management.
Im looking for something else besides my massive NZXT Zero (its loud, and ive heard that the smaller the better when it comes to cooling).

Anyways. Will this handle my current hardware nicely? (see sig)
Aka. enough room?
Especially for a aftermarket cpu hs and the 8800?

http://c1.neweggimages.com/NeweggIma...119-137-22.jpg


I have one for my spare machine nice case quiet only thing I don't like is the way the hard drives sit in it turned side ways you don't seem to get the air flow to them it should so they run hotter than than they do in other cases ~8-10C higher usually.


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