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Originally Posted by exzited;14209744 
how do you deal with those sickles they much such a annoying high pitched noise
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Originally Posted by Phatboy69;14209789 
I have them too.. but i dont get any such high pitch noise. Maybe with a PWM controller???. They run silent from 3.5v 600RPM to about 1200RPM when you start to hear slight "wind" noise. Then more aggressive wind noise to max at 2000RPM. But its not high pitched or annoying at all.

BTW there are a few different model CM sickle fans in production with different motors and RPM/Airflow. I have an R4 model that isnt available much outside Asia pacific which is different than the US and UK models.

yeah mine are not high pitched at all, i leave them at max all the time and they dont bother me lol
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post #22 of 24
Great Rig , what is the full spec and cost of a Rig like that.
You say you steppped down for Eyefinity to 1600 , can i ask why as i am thinking of an Eyefinity set up ?
Can i ask what do you use that beast for ?
cheers
R
post #23 of 24
Very, very nice and "low key" set up!

I myself am starting an Extended Ascension build; but unlike FortuneSolace, I will be using the "standard" front with the 3x XSPC-RX240's up front, and a single XSPC-RX120 out back which will constitute the "motherboard cooling loop". I'm only going to use the "triple quad" panel on the top for exhaust purposes. I like the idea of the "painted dowel", Blindsay...I was wondering how I was going to address the weight of the Corsair AX1200 PSUs I was going to use. You would think, however, that MM would've figured out another brace to add on to the horizontal (Horizon) mobo brace to address those flex issues--1.65mm of case wall sounds like it should be strong enough, but apparently it isn't.

I haven't received my cases yet, they're on order over the holidays and MM won't be back to work until Jan 3rd, but I'll take a look at the situation when they arrive. My cases will be Anodized Black, so I guess I'll have to find a good paint match for the dowel, or just paint the brace a shade of red to match the color scheme of my Maximus IV Extreme-Z mobo.

To add an extra loop for the graphics, and to avoid FortuneSolace's case-top flex issue, I'm going with the Pedestal24 under the Extended Ascension. The pedestal will give me the extra space for 2xXSPC-RX120 rads per video card, for triple SLI, and I'll pull the air in from the sides and then out the back of the pedestal. This is also where I'll house my Blu-Ray's and an 8-port Lamptron fan controller. The main case will house four Danger Den Monsoon reservoirs and two Koolance TMS-205 + TMS-EB205 controllers (4xpumps, 12xfans, 20xtemps). The four reservoir/pump units will be used for the two loops, with two pumps in series at the beginning and middle of each of the loops.

I don' t know about Blindsay's build, but the one I'm looking at is somewhat north of $11k, with the triple watercooled EVGA Classified GT580s being the most single expensive part of the build. This build won't happen overnight, but will probably be something like a six month build with all the configuration changes I'm sure I'll be looking at not to mention the cash outflow.

Too bad you didn't do a build log, Blindsay, I'm sure it would've provided some interesting reading...maybe the next build?

My planned build:
  • Mountain Mods - Extended Ascension + Pedestal 24
  • Asus - Maximus IV Extreme-Z
  • Intel i7 2600k
  • Corsair - Dominator GT, 16GB (CMT16GX3M4X2133C9)
  • EVGA - 3x EVGA GeForce GTX 580 Classified Hydro Copper 3072MB (03G-P3-1593-AR)
  • Corsair - 2x AX1200 PSU
  • EKWB - Full Z68 Chipset & Memory Coolers, Nickel
  • **Still pondering the CPU block**
  • DangerDen - 4x Monsoon 2-Bay Reservoirs (in series) & 4x Laing DD12V-D5 pumps
  • 7x XSPC-RX120 & 3x XSPC-RX240 Radiators
  • Koolance - TMS205 + TMS-EB205 Monitor/Controllers
  • ...and lots and lots of fans, tubing, compression fittings, etc


Cheers!
   
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Great Rig , what is the full spec and cost of a Rig like that.
You say you steppped down for Eyefinity to 1600 , can i ask why as i am thinking of an Eyefinity set up ?
Can i ask what do you use that beast for ?
cheers
R

Yeah even with my 2 6970s i was not happy with the performance, i would have wanted a third to be happy. Also the games that dont work, like SC2 i was stuck on a single 23" at that point so i just didnt want to deal with it and got the single 30"
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Very, very nice and "low key" set up!
I myself am starting an Extended Ascension build; but unlike FortuneSolace, I will be using the "standard" front with the 3x XSPC-RX240's up front, and a single XSPC-RX120 out back which will constitute the "motherboard cooling loop". I'm only going to use the "triple quad" panel on the top for exhaust purposes. I like the idea of the "painted dowel", Blindsay...I was wondering how I was going to address the weight of the Corsair AX1200 PSUs I was going to use. You would think, however, that MM would've figured out another brace to add on to the horizontal (Horizon) mobo brace to address those flex issues--1.65mm of case wall sounds like it should be strong enough, but apparently it isn't.
I haven't received my cases yet, they're on order over the holidays and MM won't be back to work until Jan 3rd, but I'll take a look at the situation when they arrive. My cases will be Anodized Black, so I guess I'll have to find a good paint match for the dowel, or just paint the brace a shade of red to match the color scheme of my Maximus IV Extreme-Z mobo.
To add an extra loop for the graphics, and to avoid FortuneSolace's case-top flex issue, I'm going with the Pedestal24 under the Extended Ascension. The pedestal will give me the extra space for 2xXSPC-RX120 rads per video card, for triple SLI, and I'll pull the air in from the sides and then out the back of the pedestal. This is also where I'll house my Blu-Ray's and an 8-port Lamptron fan controller. The main case will house four Danger Den Monsoon reservoirs and two Koolance TMS-205 + TMS-EB205 controllers (4xpumps, 12xfans, 20xtemps). The four reservoir/pump units will be used for the two loops, with two pumps in series at the beginning and middle of each of the loops.
I don' t know about Blindsay's build, but the one I'm looking at is somewhat north of $11k, with the triple watercooled EVGA Classified GT580s being the most single expensive part of the build. This build won't happen overnight, but will probably be something like a six month build with all the configuration changes I'm sure I'll be looking at not to mention the cash outflow.
Too bad you didn't do a build log, Blindsay, I'm sure it would've provided some interesting reading...maybe the next build?
My planned build:
  • Mountain Mods - Extended Ascension + Pedestal 24
  • Asus - Maximus IV Extreme-Z
  • Intel i7 2600k
  • Corsair - Dominator GT, 16GB (CMT16GX3M4X2133C9)
  • EVGA - 3x EVGA GeForce GTX 580 Classified Hydro Copper 3072MB (03G-P3-1593-AR)
  • Corsair - 2x AX1200 PSU
  • EKWB - Full Z68 Chipset & Memory Coolers, Nickel
  • **Still pondering the CPU block**
  • DangerDen - 4x Monsoon 2-Bay Reservoirs (in series) & 4x Laing DD12V-D5 pumps
  • 7x XSPC-RX120 & 3x XSPC-RX240 Radiators
  • Koolance - TMS205 + TMS-EB205 Monitor/Controllers
  • ...and lots and lots of fans, tubing, compression fittings, etc
Cheers!

did you see how old this thread was tongue.gif

I dont actually have this rig anymore, if you take a look in my sig you can see it was replaced by a MM H2GO of which i do have a build log for biggrin.gif
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