Not that I'm aware of, although I've never tried. From the manual and searching the BIOS itself, I couldn't find anything.
I know, it's not ideal. I plan to replace it eventually, probably with a major upgrade like a GPU, etc, but for now, it doesn't seem to have that bad of effects. Especially with a non-K chip, temps usually stay around 70-75C.
Thanks! Beware, this screen is about as glossy as they come. I personally leave it around 20% brightness, which is unusable in direct sunlight, but putting it back up to 100% is enough to become functional. It depends on your desk location.
Thanks for the link; I'll definitely consider it as an option for V2. Otherwise, I'll probably go with the Bitfenix Recon, which is much more expensive but includes a control panel that matches the case.
Thanks for the idea! I actually couldn't figure out what those slots were for, but it makes sense. I know I'm short on fans, but as my mobo only supports 1 and I want it automated, this was the best solution for now. I hope to get a Bitfenix Recon soon, and attach all my fans to it, including the current exhaust as well as 2 120mm versions of the same fan along the top filtered intake.
I know - the white is awesome. Bitfenix's "Soft Touch" finish is really different; it almost feels like the rubber Otter Box uses on their cases, but smoother.
It is, overall, a good silent build. As I said, the power supply fan is annoying upon boot, but it quiets down over time.