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Antec Eleven Hunderd ( replacing all fans need help )

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September 25, 2012 4:22:23 AM

Hey guys!

when the case comes in im about to change all the fans, or replacing them with
with green Cooler Masters SickleFlow.

x8 Cooler Masters SickleFlow Green color..
http://www.alternate.be/html/product/Case_Modding_Koele...

im worried about the top fan ( 200MM ) so technicly x2 120MM fans wouldnt fit? :??:  :??: 



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i dont seem to find a Green 200MM fan...

So i was thinking to fit in 2x 120mm fans.. but will that work?
dont think so? 120+120 = 240MM.. so its to big?


i think it would look sick with my MSI Big Bang Mpwr..

could need some help here ! Ö

i hope its possible to do so ! :) 
thanks in advance
September 25, 2012 4:31:06 AM

the stock fan are pretty good. Probably better than the cm ones at moving air and quieter too

Id just leave the top fan
September 25, 2012 4:32:47 AM

Outlander_04 said:
the stock fan are pretty good. Probably better than the cm ones at moving air and quieter too

Id just leave the top fan

Yeah but its Bleu LED.

other fans are going to be green :/ 

:sweat: 
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September 25, 2012 10:25:12 AM

Just buy a 200mm green fan. The site you linked to doesnt have any, so you may have to look elsewhere for the fan.
Ifyou cant do that and the stock blue LED's are that big of a problem, get a power drill and destroy them. Might even be able to replace them with green LED's.
September 25, 2012 1:40:56 PM

manofchalk said:
Just buy a 200mm green fan. The site you linked to doesnt have any, so you may have to look elsewhere for the fan.
Ifyou cant do that and the stock blue LED's are that big of a problem, get a power drill and destroy them. Might even be able to replace them with green LED's.

hmm.

is it possible to get 2x 120MM fans at the top?
September 25, 2012 2:08:26 PM

Looking at its product page and specs, dont see mention anywhere of mounting two 120mm's up there. And what images I have seen of the top don't show any 120mm mounting holes.
So without modification, don't think you would be able to get dual 120mm's up there.
September 25, 2012 3:02:08 PM

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It might be. Take out the fan and look at the holes...do they match dual 120s? If not you can always cut and drill holes for 120mm fans. Modding is fun. I say break out the dremel and start cutting!

Never modded a case before..
September 26, 2012 3:35:30 PM

That is correct as the case was designed to take a 200mm fan, but one could modify it to take a 2 x 120mm fan but it'd require extensive metal work on it. Our P280 case which is the quieter brother of the Eleven Hundred sports two 120mm at the top.

manofchalk said:
Looking at its product page and specs, dont see mention anywhere of mounting two 120mm's up there. And what images I have seen of the top don't show any 120mm mounting holes.
So without modification, don't think you would be able to get dual 120mm's up there.

September 30, 2012 11:47:48 PM

+ UPDATED!!


Getting orange 1X BitFenix Spectre, 200mm, 500rpm, LED Oranje ( top )
One 120 mm rear fan
- One 120 mm intake fan behind. motherboard for CPU cooling (optional) ( not sure about this )
- Two 120 mm internal intake fans (optional) x2 BitFenix Spectre, 120mm, 800rpm, LED Oranje
- Two 120 mm front intake fans (optional) x2 BitFenix Spectre, 120mm, 800rpm, LED Oranje
- Two 120 mm side panel fans to cool graphic cards (optional) ( not sure about these 2x fans )
October 1, 2012 4:03:22 AM

The fan that goes behind the motherboard is of the most debatable use. Chances are you could skip it entirely to no ill effect.

The fans on the side panel are of definite use though. Cool air straight to the graphics card is important if isn't reference design and/or you are running Crossfire/SLI and the air is being fought for between the cards.
October 1, 2012 1:09:28 PM

manofchalk said:
The fan that goes behind the motherboard is of the most debatable use. Chances are you could skip it entirely to no ill effect.

The fans on the side panel are of definite use though. Cool air straight to the graphics card is important if isn't reference design and/or you are running Crossfire/SLI and the air is being fought for between the cards.

is it possible to get 8 fans running? ( http://www.informatique.nl/890737/zalman-zm-f3gl-120mm-... )

or will i need this ? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
October 1, 2012 1:15:14 PM

If there are enough ports to plug them in, then you can run them. Considering most mobo's only have 4 Chassis fan headers, it is likely you will need something like that or a fan controller.
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