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Old 10-18-2013, 05:13 PM
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Default Corsair 750D - Panel cover for front fans with mesh

@Corsair how about include second panel cover for front fans with mesh for users who need better airflow for GPU specially for SLI configurations, or selling as additional accesorium/part.

I know that you made front panel without any mesh to reduce nosie from front fans, but should be option for users to choose between front panel with mesh for maximum airflow and without it with little better silent.

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Old 10-19-2013, 05:37 PM
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Here's my preview what Corsair should do with this case

http://img856.imageshack.us/img856/6473/vozf.png


Also what should be done/fix:

- power supply dust filter removable to the side not to back (many people have case near wall)
- side panels easy access with laches like in 650D.

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clean,plain and nice,i like the look
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The thing I like about this idea is that the optical bays sit flush in with the front of the case. This way putting anything in the optical bays doesn't destroy the aesthetics of the case. All the pictures I've seen of anything in the the optical bays make the case look ugly. Also I would rather have only two optical bays. Just enough for a dual rad. I also think the the optical bays should be completely removable in case someone wants to put a 360 rad vertically in the front.

I could go either way with the venting. It should be sold as an accessory. I think it depends on which orientation someone wants to mount a rad in the bottom. I would rather keep the front plate as it is and have a horizontal 240 sucking up air from underneath the case (George already mentioned in a video somewhere regretting not having a fan filter there). If someone wants to mount a rad vertically in the front then the vents are nice because they would give a good view of either LED fans or the colored fan rings from corsair fans.

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Old 10-27-2013, 11:33 PM
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I would pay $$$ for this... or even a mod.
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Old 10-31-2013, 09:51 AM
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[QUOTE=PeterMac;679175]Here's my preview what Corsair should do with this case

http://img856.imageshack.us/img856/6473/vozf.png

I'm with you 100% on this!!! Looks awesome by the way. Have you brought this to the attention of george or anyone at Corsair. Just got my 750d a few days ago and would pay top dollar for that front panel. Let's keep our fingers crossed I know alot of people are asking for improvements on this case but I think the mesh/honeycomb front should be top priority!

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Old 11-02-2013, 09:50 AM
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Also I have hope that Corsair will release front panel as accesory with mesh to this case.

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+1~ Just finished transferring everything from my c70 to my 750d, I was able to mount three fans to the front of my case to help with airflow but I would still love it if Corsair would manufacture those front panels for us???
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Old 11-20-2013, 05:31 AM
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Well I've had a torrid time with the restricted air flow of the current front panel that I've modded mine...

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Damn bro looks good, how did you do that?
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Damn bro looks good, how did you do that?
I used one of these hole punches:

and used the diamond pattern on the inside as a guide for cutting the holes:
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Now take a lack magic marker and color the white in each hole, and it will look a lot better.

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Now take a lack magic marker and color the white in each hole, and it will look a lot better.

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They are black it's an effect the flash caused taking the picture, but I can see what you mean lol
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I did a quick test with the front panel and filter removed vs having it in place... it didn't appear to be a huge difference in temps, but maybe I overlooked it?
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Here's my preview what Corsair should do with this case

http://img856.imageshack.us/img856/6473/vozf.png


Also what should be done/fix:

- power supply dust filter removable to the side not to back (many people have case near wall)
- side panels easy access with laches like in 650D.

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Dear Corsair, if you plan to release new cases in future please contact with me first before release it ;) and I will check and give you some suggestions/advices first to make your cases even better :)

Thank You.
Hey Peter

Thanks for giving me some ideas on modding front panel....
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