Damn that's a shame, sounds like a faulty unit mate maybe OCUK can hook you up with another! The RGB at the front is really nice.
Good review - I feared it would have a lot of noise, but that is part and parcel of a case like this I guess.
Although didn't they send you extra RGB fans and such? Bit of a false review (not your fault at all) with how it looks as essentially you would have to drop extra cash into it to have it look like that. Don't get me wrong - fantastic for you having free fans and case, very lucky bloke!
Good point about the rgb's! I'll take some pics with the lights off, I think you get one RGB fan in the rear, and the front panel lights up, so I can show you what it looks like stock.
With the noise, I am using an adapter to get all three front fans working, so this might be playing a part in me not being able to control the speed in bios, although the connector is attached to the system fan 2 pin. I'll have another play tonight to see what can be done and update you.
Got it working, cleaned the sata connectors and replugged everything for the 5th time - no idea what changed but it's RGB'ing all over the shop now. I was very happy the boy gave it a "cool" so I'm assuming that's good.
Will get my review up over the weekend.
What did you do to get control of the fans? I have 3 x RGB running at full whack. I probably did it wrong but I had to stick in a phanteks fan controller, connect the fans to it and then the controller to sysfan and daisychained the rgb fans to the RGB controller on the back of the case.
Any tips would be appreciated! Doesn't sound too loud to be fair but control of the fans would be sweet.
id love to build a setup in this have so much parts laying around for a build just no case, 7600k / 1080TI and a load of RGB goodness lol
16GB Corsair DDR4 3000 MHZ Ram
Cooler master AIO cooler
Strix Z270-f Mobo
EVGA 1080TI SC2
Ofcource HDD'S & a SSD
NZXT Hue lighting & some RGB AER fan's
i could make a build in this case rightly! IMO the white case is SEXY!
Before I used an adaptor, as I thought I wouldn't have enough pins on the motherboard to connect them to, but now I've just connected one fan to the system 2 fan pin, and daisy chained the other two fans to the first fan. I didn't notice at first that you could do that with these fans.
I control them through the bios btw, I set them match the cpu fans.
It sounded like I had air-conditioning on when they were on full haha!
Case arrived yesterday a lot smaller thany coolermaster which is nice. Will get photos over the weekend and put my current build into it for now so I can review and compare.
Got to decide what fans I am going to get now as I only have old 140mm fans. Suppose I should go RGB, any advice?