1. 4 Weeks Ago  

    PC case and quick fans installation

    Do you know of any PC cases in ATX middle tower format that allow a quick fans installation?

  2. 4 Weeks Ago  
    Don't cases usually come with a few fans already installed?

  3. 4 Weeks Ago  
    Most cases come with an intake and an exhaust fan (often screwed to case ready). Some have more than that. What do you mean quick fan installation? They all are the same, screw them in, plug them to mobo and you're good to go.

    Technically they are quite quick to install. Delays may rise with mobo's fan header placements, amounts and cable management.

  4. 4 Weeks Ago  
    Yes, the rear fan is attached to the case with screws. Lately I've seen models (I don't remember the brand) with fans at the top, bottom and fronts fixed to a frame by joints, without the use of screws.

    This makes it quick to remove and install the fans.

  5. 4 Weeks Ago  
    Haven't come across anything like that myself. I've seen fans that can be linked together (daisy chain), but that's about it. Is it possible you might be confusing it to removable fan mounting brackets? If the fans aren't tightly on, it will cause vibrations.

    Point of having quick installation fans is bit odd. I mean, once you install them, they are there for years.

  6. 4 Weeks Ago  
    At the top is where you usually install the fans of the liquid cooler.

  7. 4 Weeks Ago  
    Isn't connecting 2 or 3 fans daisy-chained to a single input on the motherboard too risky?
    Isn't the fan input on the motherboard made to accommodate only one fan?

  8. 4 Weeks Ago  
    Connecting three is perfectly safe. No, you can connect several fans to the same plug.

    I wouldn't go crazy with fans anyway, it will make your computer too noisy. If you are worried about the CPU overheating buy a liquid cooler.

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