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Worry more about your case.

Damn just saw your post on the thread i made. Thanks.
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Worry more about your case.

Damn just saw your post on the thread i made. Thanks.


You posted a variation on this on this forum. As doyll would tell you, airflow in the case is at least as important as the heatsink: the case airflow feed the heatsink airflow. That case you posted has limited exhaust, and thus limited airflow.

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You posted a variation on this on this forum. As doyll would tell you, airflow in the case is at least as important as the heatsink: the case airflow feed the heatsink airflow. That case you posted has limited exhaust, and thus limited airflow.

Thanks ehume. Just posted over there.
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post #2294 of 3060
Switched to a NZXT S340 case, thought I would share my Noctua setup. I have two A14s in the front, an S12 in the back, A14 in the top, and an F12 on my U12S cooler.

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post #2295 of 3060
May I join?



Intake: 3x NF-S12A PWM @240-450 RPM
Exhaust: 1x NF-A14 PWM @260-480 RPM
CPU: NH-D15S @250-780 RPM

Here are the temps:

post #2296 of 3060
I'd like to join as well. How's this for some Noctua love?






Fan count;

Noctua NH-D15 x 1
Nocuta NF-S12A PWM x 12
Noctua NF-A15 PWM x 1

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post #2297 of 3060
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post #2298 of 3060
What's everyone using for PWM control? My motherboard only has one PWM header which I use for my CPU cooler, so I currently have the LNA's on my front intake fans. I have been looking for something compact that supports PWM control, but if I get one of the PWM splitters, will it matter that I have different RPM fans? In my case I have 3 A14s, a S12 and a F12.
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In my new system im building, I'm runnning 16 Noctua F12-PPC industrial Fans in Push/Pull Config on two 480 radiators each each rad has its own Swiftech 8 PWM fan splitter which is then connect to the Corsair Mini Commander

The three front intake and exhaust as they're the same RPM are connected to a third Swiftech 8PWM fan splitter. This should allow me to control them through the Corsair Link software

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post #2300 of 3060
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What's everyone using for PWM control? My motherboard only has one PWM header which I use for my CPU cooler, so I currently have the LNA's on my front intake fans. I have been looking for something compact that supports PWM control, but if I get one of the PWM splitters, will it matter that I have different RPM fans? In my case I have 3 A14s, a S12 and a F12.

I'm using motherboard and QFan now (6 PWM headers), but in my previous computer I only had 2 PWM headers (one for CPU, one for System Fan) and I used one header for CPU and the other one with 2 noctua PWM splitters (NA SYC1) to use 2 intake fans and one exhaust fans. The motherboard (Gigabyte GA-Z87N-WIFI Mini ITX) had very basic fan controls built in so I was using speedfan to control the fans. Both fans were controlled by PWM, using CPU temperature as input.
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