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TheWalkingDerp
08-04-2016, 06:01 AM
Hey,

I quite like the P400S - minimalistic design, compact but good cable management, good airflow due to the lack of hdd cages,.... a lot of great features in a compact and affordable case. All that made me think about replacing my Silencio 650 and getting a P400S, however I have two questions.

- Which fans come with the case? I know it's 2 x 120mm but are they Phanteks fans? If so which model?
- Can an optical drive be mounted on the modular HDD brackets? The lack of an optical drive is the only thing that bothers me, so having at least an internal one would be great. If not, is there a way to mount an optical drive?
- Is there a dust filter in the front panel? If not can you make a DIY one?
- Does a Macho HR-02 fit into this?

That's it for now I think :)

Cheers

Pokemoneiei
10-27-2016, 08:48 PM
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pdubz
11-13-2016, 01:32 AM
Hey,

I quite like the P400S - minimalistic design, compact but good cable management, good airflow due to the lack of hdd cages,.... a lot of great features in a compact and affordable case. All that made me think about replacing my Silencio 650 and getting a P400S, however I have two questions.

- Which fans come with the case? I know it's 2 x 120mm but are they Phanteks fans? If so which model?
- Can an optical drive be mounted on the modular HDD brackets? The lack of an optical drive is the only thing that bothers me, so having at least an internal one would be great. If not, is there a way to mount an optical drive?
- Is there a dust filter in the front panel? If not can you make a DIY one?
- Does a Macho HR-02 fit into this?

That's it for now I think :)

Cheers

I got the case but I have the Corsair H115i Closed Loop system, so I have plenty of space between my board and side. BUT I have seen websites that show dimensions as well as a picture showing a sample to give you an idea.

For some reason I can't upload the image, BUT in the picture there is a Cooler Master Hyper EVO 212, which the dimensions are here (120 x 80 x 159 mm (4.7 x 3.1 x 6.3 in)), sitting on the CPU with some extra space above. The case itself is 18.30" x 8.30" x 18.50", so effectively you should have about an inch of room above the Cooler Master.

The fans that come with the case are 2 140mm Phantek fans which have a Phantek sticker, so i'm guessing it's their own manufacturing.

Behind the front of the case is a plate which holds the fans so I don't think you can install a drive, plus it's covered. And there are no drive supports to hold your drive, so don't think so. It's really made to install a radiator in the front.

But good thing, there IS a dust filter in the front, but it is located on the bottom and top of the front piece of the case, not directly in front of the fans. You might want to fabricate your own as after 1 day of use with my PC, surprisingly there is a decent amount of dust.

PM me if you want to see pics.

Hope this helps.

Woolieuk
05-28-2019, 09:07 PM
I use an external dvd rom a slim version which plugs into the usb slots this works perfectly for me when I need to use a cd.