... Run a 200mm fan in the front for some nice air in-take and low noise
I bought the corsair 250d and wanted to run a 200mm fan in the front for some nice air in-take and low noise. I initially went with an nzxt brand fan, but upon installing it i found that there wasn't much room left to install my h55 on the front most part of the case intended for the radiator (i have the stock fan that comes with the h55 in a pull configuration so that it sucks in fresh air from the front).I as well found that the holes on the nzxt didn't align with the 200mm holes on the front the the 250d. So i returned it and gave this fan a shot and after installing i was pleased with the amount of room there is. My pictures should be more than enough to show the space it leaves, which is plenty in my opinion, and it has a nice darker blue for some accent lighting.It as well keeps my case pretty cool with about the right amount of air flow even with the front door on. It isn't exactly silent but it's nothing you would notice unless someone told you to listen for the noise to begin with. I would have gone with the red variant, but the blue was all that is available so that's no big deal.All in all a great fan and in my opinion a must have if you plan on running an all-in-one setup on the side of your corsair 250d with a 200mm intake setup.