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    Corsair 200R case

    Hi everyone. Tried posting this in the corsair forums but not had any responses. I've got the two case fans as front intake and rear exhaust (H50 cooler). I'm looking to attach these fans http://www.thermalright.com/html/pro...0.html?panel=0 as one side intake and a top exhaust but not sure which screws are needed?

    More info on the case http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/chassi...e-series-200r/

    Also, i'm getting a buzzing sound from the case which stops when I press against the side panel. Any tips on how to stop this?

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by abs_rio; 23-02-2015 at 05:10 PM.

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    Re: Corsair 200R case

    Case fans normally require those dumpy wide screws like these, they are quite unique looking.

    Although my favourite approach these days are the rubber pull-through stoppers that Corsair ship with their water coolers....like these
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    Re: Corsair 200R case

    Most fans come at least with the required screws included.

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    Re: Corsair 200R case

    I think my 200r case came with spare fan screws in its little accessory box. But as has been said fans should come with mounting screws.

    HDD vibrations often create a buzzing sound. A bit of gaffa tape between the side panel and chassis contact points could work just to separate metal to metal contact.

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