Now what I'm not sure about is if I should replace the top 200mm with another 200mm or if I should do 2x 120 or 2x 140. The top and back will both exhaust and the two front fans will intake. I think I am going to set up the Hyper 212 EVO in a push/pull config having it exhaust to the top. I figure that this way it will pull some heat off of my GPU.
Here's a picture to illustrate what I was planning with the airflow:
Yeah it's a bottom mount. I forgot to put the arrows for that. The case has a fan controller but I'm not sure how many fans it supports I'm guessing it supports at least 3 though. If not I'll get one for a 5.25 bay. Do you think it will be worth the money to get the 5.25" to 3.5" bay converters that have a fan in the front?
I also should have mentioned that I keep my room very cool. I keep the ceiling fan on and the heat off in here during the winter because the heat from the rest of the house keeps it just the right temp. It's usually around 65-70F in here maybe even lower I've never measured the temps lol. So I think that will help a lot in keeping everything cool.
Now that I think about it though, to put in a Cooler Master Megaflow I'll have to remove both of the HDD cages so I may end up NEEDING the 5.25 bay fan =/. Gotta see if I can mount one of those 3.5 cages closer to the PSU like you can on the 800D.
I didn't know about those PCI slot fans, those are pretty neat. I'll probably throw one of those into my purchase just because they're inexpensive.
This case does seem like it has great cable management so I should have no blockage as long as I plan out my cable routing.
As it turns out I can mount the HD cage on the base closer to the PSU giving me room for the Megaflow. So I'm gonna ditch the 5.25 HD bay/fan for now. It's looking like I'm going to have more of a negative pressure as it'll be 110 CFM and 110 + 69 + whatever the 212 Evo adds to that out. The case has a dust filter covering the front intake fan and the PSU fan though plus it'll be on hardwood floors so I don't think dust will be all that bad. I'll probably just have to take some canned air to the insides and the filters every now and then.