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post #1321 of 2347
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Originally Posted by JKuhn View Post

I don't think you'll be able to change the speed of that fan with software. I'd recommend a hardware-based fan controller.

ok thanks. I have options in the Gigabyte BIOS for Normal, Silent, and Manual etc. However I have adjusted and can't notice too much of an audible difference. Will experiment more later. If I was looking for a dial-based basic fan controller for 3 case fans could you recommend one please?
post #1322 of 2347
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Originally Posted by cmachin3 View Post

ok thanks. I have options in the Gigabyte BIOS for Normal, Silent, and Manual etc. However I have adjusted and can't notice too much of an audible difference. Will experiment more later. If I was looking for a dial-based basic fan controller for 3 case fans could you recommend one please?

The reason your bios won't change the speed is simple. It relies on a fourth cable that most fans don't have so you'll need to change the voltage with a loose controller. I can't recommend a specific model, I just bought the cheapest I could find.
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post #1323 of 2347
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Originally Posted by cmachin3 View Post

ok thanks. I have options in the Gigabyte BIOS for Normal, Silent, and Manual etc. However I have adjusted and can't notice too much of an audible difference. Will experiment more later. If I was looking for a dial-based basic fan controller for 3 case fans could you recommend one please?

Hey,

As I've already mentioned in a previous post, the megaflow is a lot more silent compared to the front intake fan, as it is running on a fixed 700RPM, it CAN NOT! be changed with any external/internal fan controller or any software. If it runs faster than that while its connected to PSU or Motherboard, then the fan is faulty and needs to be replaced in warranty, as it will be fried in a few days - months. The front fan which is, a modified megaflow with higher ampere rating, operating at 1000RPM and should be much louder than a normal megaflow. There is one more thing that most of us should know, rubber mounts/screws can reduce the fan sounds A LOT! I didn't believe in these rubber things, but when I first tried... I realized it helps a lot.

Oh yeah, and don't buy Sentry LX fan controller. There are only a few released without faults. I recommend Aerocool Touch 2100 which is a brand new release, touch screen and adjustable lcd colour.

Regards,
Edited by CyberDragon - 1/25/13 at 9:53am
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post #1324 of 2347
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Originally Posted by CyberDragon View Post

Hey,

As I've already mentioned in a previous post, the megaflow is a lot more silent compared to the front intake fan, as it is running on a fixed 700RPM, it CAN NOT! be changed with any external/internal fan controller or any software. If it runs faster than that while its connected to PSU or Motherboard, then the fan is faulty and needs to be replaced in warranty, as it will be fried in a few days - months. The front fan which is, a modified megaflow with higher ampere rating, operating at 1000RPM and should be much louder than a normal megaflow. There is one more thing that most of us should know, rubber mounts/screws can reduce the fan sounds A LOT! I didn't believe in these rubber things, but when I first tried... I realized it helps a lot.

Oh yeah, and don't buy Sentry LX fan controller. There are only a few released without faults. I recommend Aerocool Touch 2100 which is a brand new release, touch screen and adjustable lcd colour.

Regards,

I agree about the high speed, but any motor can be slowed down by reducing the voltage. The fan can only use as much power as you're giving it. Any controller that works by changing the voltage (in other words it has three pins and not four) will be able to change the speed.
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post #1325 of 2347
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Originally Posted by JKuhn View Post

I agree about the high speed, but any motor can be slowed down by reducing the voltage. The fan can only use as much power as you're giving it. Any controller that works by changing the voltage (in other words it has three pins and not four) will be able to change the speed.

That is true, but Megaflow has a built in controller, which does not allow to change its speed with any kind of controllers. You simply cant select those fans. I'm not sure about manual controllers, they might work as you said.
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post #1326 of 2347
Hey guys !

New here. I'm preparing myself to buy my first big gaming rig using a Cooler Master Storm Enforcer. Just want to show you my build and hear some comments on it. I'm asking myself if I need to put in a cooling system (like this one : Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO) or put in more fans. Or maybe my build don't need it. Anyway, thanks for the help.

CASE : Cooler Master Storm Enforcer
CPU : Intel core i5-3570k 3.4ghz
Motherboard : Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H
RAM : Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB)
HDD : Seagate Barracuda 2TB
GPU : Gigabyte Geforce GTX 670 2GB
PSU : PC Power & Cooling Silencer MK II 750W
Optical : LG WH14NS40 BR
Monitor : Asus VS248H-P
post #1327 of 2347
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Originally Posted by koolphil View Post

Hey guys !

New here. I'm preparing myself to buy my first big gaming rig using a Cooler Master Storm Enforcer. Just want to show you my build and hear some comments on it. I'm asking myself if I need to put in a cooling system (like this one : Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO) or put in more fans. Or maybe my build don't need it. Anyway, thanks for the help.

CASE : Cooler Master Storm Enforcer
CPU : Intel core i5-3570k 3.4ghz
Motherboard : Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H
RAM : Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB)
HDD : Seagate Barracuda 2TB
GPU : Gigabyte Geforce GTX 670 2GB
PSU : PC Power & Cooling Silencer MK II 750W
Optical : LG WH14NS40 BR
Monitor : Asus VS248H-P

For overclocking the CPU you will need a good cpu cooler

air for like 4.0-4.5

water if you want to ho higher

Enforcer fans are ok...the 200mm front can cool the entire case
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post #1328 of 2347
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Originally Posted by CyberDragon View Post

That is true, but Megaflow has a built in controller, which does not allow to change its speed with any kind of controllers. You simply cant select those fans. I'm not sure about manual controllers, they might work as you said.

I just bought a new megaflow to replace the front fan in my case (it's finally finished), and I can change the speed.
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post #1329 of 2347
Here's my case in its current state:



More pictures are available at http://www.overclock.net/t/1328173/white-enforcer-mod
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post #1330 of 2347
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Originally Posted by GTR Mclaren View Post

For overclocking the CPU you will need a good cpu cooler

air for like 4.0-4.5

water if you want to ho higher

Enforcer fans are ok...the 200mm front can cool the entire case


Thanks !

Could anyone suggest me a good cpu cooler that fits perfectly with the storm enforcer and with a maximum 50$ price range ?
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