I've had no problems with them, mainly use to play games and watch videos. They are comfortable to wear. HardwareCanucks has a pretty good review that does sum up my feelings on these.
I absolutely love my Noctua D15s and have been considering this case. Decent temps? How much noise do you get with it (Noctua) in an open case? I imagine it does a great job but its very limited seeing / hearing real world use of air cooling in this case. Temple Yoda is awesome.
Very nice - one of the best tube layouts I've seen in the P3.
Very nice - I really like the looks of the 500D (even more than the RGB edition they just showed at Computex). You did a great job on this one.
Oh well considering I'm in Florida USA I do not think a road trip to NZ is in the cards. Thanks for the response. On another note while not big here in the states I love rugby and have been following Highlanders / Super Rugby League
If you put that case up for sale let me know! As others have mentioned more pictures if you have them.
Ok thanks, I'm considering the p3 due to space concerns and was wondering if that was an aftermarket product that was universal across the core line. With that said you may have me sold on the p5 with your build. Thanks again
Nice, really liking these open cases from Thermaltake. Great color scheme and use of Noctua fans. Where did you get those multiples panel attachments?
The R6 is on my short list of new cases - as with what you had my current setup is in a Define-C. Great case just want something with a little more room. Build quality on these Fractal cases are great.
Great looking build. Love the black and blue color scheme. That write up you did sounds just like my situation. I love my D15s and considered the Lian Li Air but without support for the Noctua I'm out.
Looks very nice - noticed that the PSU shield has a cover on the end. Did you purchase that separately or did it come with it? Reason I'm asking is I thought this case did not come with that cover.
Nice! I really like what you did with covering the opening in the shroud - got me thinking of a few options if I decide to go with this case as that hole does detract in its looks a little (for me anyways). Thanks for showing this.
As Dustin mentioned above if you could post the cutting dimensions that would be awesome.
Beautiful build - I love the AIO cables going under the 24-pin.
Beautiful - think you might be a lifesaver for me. Looking at changing cases in the next month and have always like the 303/305. I'm an air cooling guy and have recently went with a Noctua D15s with the Chromax fans / heatsink covers. Resigned myself to rule out the Inwin's due to cooler height concerns. Looks like it works. Any issues with the cooler in the 305? Does it touch the glass or does it just squeak in? Thanks and great job!
I was thinking a four letter word as well but mine started with an F. I could stare at that build for hours.
Thanks for info - looking to basically do the same thing as the motherboard I'm using has plenty of lights but I do not believe to light up the case. Would like to have a nice white (or close to white) light that would illuminate the case while leaving the motherboard light a steady blue, or green, or whatever color. Thanks again and I will check those ebay lights out.
I have recently bought the Define C as well. Looking at putting it together in the next week or so. Wondering what lights did you use? I'm trying to decide what and how many / length to go with. With that said great looking build - hope mine comes out half as good.
Nice, those fans on the video card look like the bottom of space shuttle booster rockets
Nice build - very close to what I want to do. Any regrets moving away from the 303? Reason I ask is I'm torn between the 303, s340 Elite, Phanteks Pro-M and this case the Define-C. Outside of not having tempered glass I love everything about this case. Thanks.
Beautiful job! Very clean - makes me want to build one.
Thanks - figured it would end up being so simple that I would look dumb asking.
Love the title - my last Apple was a II+ that I had as a kid back in the 80's. Been building for over a decade and love it. Congrats on your first one.
Nice - same motherboard I plan on using. Actually a few of the items on you list mat end up in mine as well. Good to here no problems.