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Well I've got one of those things coming anyway for another project so I will put it through it's paces n see what it can do :-D

As for a controller I just want the simplicity of one knob but I know I will eventually get high power fans, I'm looking at 2.5a fans at the moment so that rules out all fan controllers..... I think...

Edit: I have noticed the lamptron fc3 has 30w per channel so that is definately worth a look

they make controllers w/ 60w per channel. 2.5a fans will pull 30w. To be on the safe side, find a controller w/ a minimum of 35w per channel. For that amount of amperage, I bet those things can take off on their own and sound like a plane taking off tongue.gif

I'd recommend highspeed Yate Loons, they are highly regarded as one of the best cost/performance fans.

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/Yate-Loon-120-x-120-x-25mm-Case-Fan-2200-RPM--D12SH-12-pid-5115.html

edit: they use about 0.30amps, so 3.6w is plenty safe for most controllers wink.gif
Edited by wermad - 4/28/11 at 10:37pm
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they make controllers w/ 60w per channel. 2.5a fans will pull 30w. To be on the safe side, find a controller w/ a minimum of 35w per channel. For that amount of amperage, I bet those things can take off on their own and sound like a plane taking off

I'd recommend highspeed Yate Loons, they are highly regarded as one of the best cost/performance fans.

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/...-pid-5115.html

edit: they use about 0.30amps, so 3.6w is plenty safe for most controllers
They dont push the 200cfm I was thinking lol

What are the specs of the fans included in the rasa kit?

Edit: These sound quite good: http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/...-pid-5425.html
Edited by liamstears - 4/29/11 at 12:01am
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They dont push the 200cfm I was thinking lol

What are the specs of the fans included in the rasa kit?

Edit: These sound quite good: http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/...-pid-5425.html
the rasa ones are pretty average, nothing special tbh. It seems the better the static pressure the better performance so a high cfm fan may perform as good as a 75-100cfm fan. From what I hear, the best of the best are the Gentle Typhoons ap-15.
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the rasa ones are pretty average, nothing special tbh. It seems the better the static pressure the better performance so a high cfm fan may perform as good as a 75-100cfm fan. From what I hear, the best of the best are the Gentle Typhoons ap-15.
Would you recommend this: http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/...-pid-4573.html

Or just standard distilled?
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a jug of distilled is cheap and is plenty enough for refilling, rinsing, etc. the loop. You can find it at grocery store and pharmacies.
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Just an update, got the following on the way:

xspc rasa rs360 kit
kill coil
hose clamps
2m Primochill PrimoFlex Pro LRT 1/2" ID 3/4" OD

Now just gotta look around locally for somewhere that sells distilled water
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Also I got that part from eBay and to control voltage instead of decreasing the 12v it increases the 0v so to get 7v it would be 12v and 5v

Similar to the 7v psu trick

Do you think this would work ok to control the fans?
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sounds good, be careful with the pump, try not to undervolt it too much (stay above 5v). The pump under full load and with most of the air bled is not too loud. the fans will drown out its noise. Keep us posted and if you want to start a build log, create new thread here or the "build log" section or the "intel build" section.

Take lots of pics
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sounds good, be careful with the pump, try not to undervolt it too much (stay above 5v). The pump under full load and with most of the air bled is not too loud. the fans will drown out its noise. Keep us posted and if you want to start a build log, create new thread here or the "build log" section or the "intel build" section.

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Yes will def make a log :-D

I have realized though that I have a fan controller so I might have a look see if I can combine the channels to make a single knob fan controller and hook every fan in my case to it to quiet it down a bit....
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