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Ok I'll give it a try. Thanks for your help.
post #3002 of 7171
yes my temp of motherboard(asus aisuite says), get to 40deg, if i go below 800rpm, right now i don't control it with nothing, just site button on low, no control over bios or asus fanexpert. I'm just curious what is the safe temp. for motherboard, beacuse for cpu i can get aftermarket cooler(right know stock-no overclocking).
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Addressing some of the fan questions:

My thoughts on the fan not running on low is probably related to the amperage the motherboard supplied to the fan sockets isnt enough. Also some of the mobo's are most likely running hotter on low because the load goes up trying to spin a fan that large at a slower speed, causing more amperage than on high as intended, so it heats the mobo up a little. Its like when turning a home fan on, its slow and hesitant until the motor gets spinning, its the way the windings in the motor work. I experienced warmer temps on my gene-z also but the best thing to do if the need to run the fan on low would be to have it go staight into a molex connector and let the psu handle the load, which it would easily be able to do.

(im not an electrical engineer so these are just ideas based on hobby experiences)
Edited by 66racer - 10/25/12 at 5:12pm
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post #3004 of 7171
Got my build a bit further to completion today. Got a custom plate from Dwood to mount my HDD on the bottom of the 5.25 bays.

Have some wiring coming soon and need to decide on some new fans (these CM sickelflows wont adjust their speed off the mobo) and then Ill be done.

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post #3005 of 7171
Hi all.

I'm joining the club. Case has arrived and now purchasing the parts. Quick query, is the CPU cooler list that will fit in the OP up to date?

Many thanks.
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Anyone using the Magicool 180mm rad... do you think it'll be sufficient to cool a 3570k AND a Radeon 7970, or will I need another rad?
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post #3007 of 7171
Quote:
Originally Posted by [Adz] View Post

Anyone using the Magicool 180mm rad... do you think it'll be sufficient to cool a 3570k AND a Radeon 7970, or will I need another rad?

I have one for CPU only on a 2700k and it does really good. Personally its worth a try, worst case you just need to add a 120 later but it might be enough. I might put my 670 under water and am going to try the 180 alone first if I do. I havent done so yet because am thinking about trying a 7970 still.
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post #3008 of 7171
Please add my name to the club smile.gif great honour to join here..
Finally, i finished assembled my system with Tj-08 E, Will upload fotos later smile.gif
Moved from Old coolermaster USP100...
NO Changes made to default casing, just used as it is..

My configuration is..

i7-2700k+Asus P8z77m-pro+CM 412 Hyper Slim[USed one fan only - blow out],
NO OC[Mild oc to 4Ghz, when using solidowrks, all other times stock], [Stock - Undervolted CPU voltage offset -0.07V, DRAM Voltage 1.35 ]
4x4 Gskill 1600 Ripjaws X Cl9
Samsung 830 128GB, 2X 1TB Samsung F3..
2x Sony DVDrw- DRU-880S
Seasonic X660W gold,
Asus GTX570 DCU II 1280MB

Everything fitted without any problem.. biggrin.gif
I'm not a professional i assembly.. so it took almost 5-6 hours to start n finish..
really tested my patience.. BUT REALLY ENJOYED ASSEMBLING IN THIS CASE..
Luckily didn't do any big/time consuming double time job, except, removed n fixedGPU couple of times..
Once, the reset button in Front panel, second time, forgot to add CMOS speaker smile.gif


COOL at last to see everything fixed..biggrin.gif
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post #3009 of 7171
Which CPU cooler (and other questions)?

Not sure if I should be posting here or elsewhere, as I don't own a TJ08-E yet, but here are my questions:

1. I'd appreciate a cooler recommendation for this non-gaming non-overclocked configuration:

TJ08-E (or PS07)
i7-3770s (65W TDP)
Gigabyte GA-H77M-D3H microATX board
Seasonic X-400 fanless PSU
SSD, hard drive, optical drive, and SD card reader, 8GB RAM (all to be selected later)

According to a review at silentpcreview, the TJ08-E's main hard drive cage (with a drive installed) limits the size of the cooler, but removing the cage makes the case less stable.

Although I can place the hard drive elsewhere, my preference is to place it in the hard drive cage, so a smaller cooler is needed.

As the build will never be used for gaming, and since the CPU won't be overclocked, I'd like a quiet cooler that fits comfortably (it will be my first build, so I'd like to avoid modding).

I've also read that the PS07 (with two 120mm fans) is quieter than the TJ08-E (with one 180mm fan). If so, I'd prefer the PS07.


2. My next question is about airflow. Since the CPU has a TDP of 65W, will it be enough to install just one 120mm fan in back and none in front (relying on the cooler fan to work together with the rear fan to provide enough airflow)?


3. Finally, might the stock fan be sufficient (and quiet enough)? My concern (even if it's quiet enough) is that the stock fan blows sideways, which seems it will conflict with the front-to-back airflow pattern of the case.

I realize these questions belong more in a "quiet PC" forum, but I couldn't find a similar TJ08-E owner's club.

Thanks in advance.
post #3010 of 7171
Phanteks PH-TC14PE, anyone know if this cooler will, or will it block the first PCI-e slot?
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