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post #1922 of 7203
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Would appreciate some temps i though about geting this case and do a similar build but was a bit concern about the 200mm rad temps for the videocard (kinda want to overclock really high with my next comp)
also wondering does the 2 panel close with the 200mm phobya?
http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o80/mofosaur/SonyAlpha1144.jpg
thats a 180mm and it look really tight.

3570k temps @ 4.6ghz @ 1.3v = 75 max via p95
7970 @ 1210/1800 @ 1.2v = 45 max via MSI KOMBUSTUR

All in all, temperatures are amazing and more than adequate considering the fact that those are essentially stress test apps. In regards to the panel closing, it does so perfectly and everything aligns just fine with no need for modification. However, I have a Danger Den Torture Rack coming in soon enough, so there are going to be a few things up for sale rolleyes.gif
    
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I contacted silverstone about the noisy fan and they are sending me a new one. Think im gonna sell both to a friend and buy the phobya g-silent some of the guys in this thread recomends. Other than that ive bought a hdd bracket to mount an hdd in the 5,25 bracket, also replacing my vertex 3 with the samsung 830 and thinking about ordering sleeved cable extensions. Bitfenix alchemy or something like that. Also thinking about upgrading to gtx 670 (from my 480 amp) either gigabyte windforce 3x oc or zotac amp. Dont really want to go stock even tho its good for this case
post #1924 of 7203
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I contacted silverstone about the noisy fan and they are sending me a new one. Think im gonna sell both to a friend and buy the phobya g-silent some of the guys in this thread recomends. Other than that ive bought a hdd bracket to mount an hdd in the 5,25 bracket, also replacing my vertex 3 with the samsung 830 and thinking about ordering sleeved cable extensions. Bitfenix alchemy or something like that. Also thinking about upgrading to gtx 670 (from my 480 amp) either gigabyte windforce 3x oc or zotac amp. Dont really want to go stock even tho its good for this case
Just a head's up. I have the Phobya G-Silent fan, but it is only slightly quieter than the stock fan @ low settings. The noise you will be hearing is mostly due to the rushing of air due in part the the case's construction and design.
    
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Just a head's up. I have the Phobya G-Silent fan, but it is only slightly quieter than the stock fan @ low settings. The noise you will be hearing is mostly due to the rushing of air due in part the the case's construction and design.
Well if it cools just as good at the stock one and at the same time quieter, ill be happy. Can I use the fan switch and all that if I connect it the same?
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It was time for a little internal upgrade. I am gonna reuse my TJ08-E case, Corsair H60, AX-850 PSU, Force 3 120gb SSD, and 2 570 GTX in the rebuild.

I am adding:

Motherboard: ASRock Extreme 4-M
CPU: i5 3570k CPU
RAM: Corsair Vengence 8gb kit
HDD: 2 x WD Scorpio Black 500gb 2.5in drives (space purposes-see misc)
MISC: Silverstone 5.25in Slim ODD bay adaptor with 4 x 2.5" drive slots
MISC: Silverstone slot load CD/DVD RW drive

In the future I plan to add another SSD and a newer 670 graphics card with more vram. Will most likely ditch my SLI setup as idk how much benefit I'm getting vs heat produced. I game at 1440p and I believe my current cards hold me back as the vram is only 1.2gb per card.

Just one question: I read above and someone said facing the PSU fan down may help the lower graphics card in SLI setups. I am not sure how that can be. Can someone explain that for me?
post #1927 of 7203
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Well if it cools just as good at the stock one and at the same time quieter, ill be happy. Can I use the fan switch and all that if I connect it the same?
You wouldn't be able to as the stock fan on the TJ08-E has the switch soldered, and it specifically made for the fan so that it can operate at a certain range (High ~1200 RPM Low ~700 RPM). At any rate, you wouldn't even need the fan switch as the Phobya is a good compromise in regards to noise and performance thumb.gif
    
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It was time for a little internal upgrade. I am gonna reuse my TJ08-E case, Corsair H60, AX-850 PSU, Force 3 120gb SSD, and 2 570 GTX in the rebuild.
I am adding:
Motherboard: ASRock Extreme 4-M
CPU: i5 3570k CPU
RAM: Corsair Vengence 8gb kit
HDD: 2 x WD Scorpio Black 500gb 2.5in drives (space purposes-see misc)
MISC: Silverstone 5.25in Slim ODD bay adaptor with 4 x 2.5" drive slots
MISC: Silverstone slot load CD/DVD RW drive
In the future I plan to add another SSD and a newer 670 graphics card with more vram. Will most likely ditch my SLI setup as idk how much benefit I'm getting vs heat produced. I game at 1440p and I believe my current cards hold me back as the vram is only 1.2gb per card.
Just one question: I read above and someone said facing the PSU fan down may help the lower graphics card in SLI setups. I am not sure how that can be. Can someone explain that for me?
The PSU would pull hot air out of the case and exhaust it out the back. This is imply due to the fact that the fan you see on the PSU is an intake fan. Also, you would 100% benefit using the higher VRAM cards, but may I suggest the AMD cards instead as they have 3GB and would be even better for your specific task biggrin.gif
    
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The PSU would pull hot air out of the case and exhaust it out the back. This is imply due to the fact that the fan you see on the PSU is an intake fan. Also, you would 100% benefit using the higher VRAM cards, but may I suggest the AMD cards instead as they have 3GB and would be even better for your specific task biggrin.gif


Wouldn't that make your PSU hotter? Plus my cards are reference and draw air in thru the fan and exhaust out the back. In that case would it still help?
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Wouldn't that make your PSU hotter? Plus my cards are reference and draw air in thru the fan and exhaust out the back. In that case would it still help?
Yup, the temperature coming through the PSU would be hot air, but it wouldn't really make all that much difference as good PSUs are made for enduring relatively high temperatures, check some of the PSU tests done by johnnyguru in his "hot box" to get an idea of how durable they are. Regarding your setup, if they are reference cards that exhaust out the back, PSU orientation wouldn't really make any difference as only a very small amount of hot air from the GPU is released into the case.
    
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