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post #3421 of 7170
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Originally Posted by jerkone View Post

Thanks for your reply.
I have a asrock z77 pro4- m and and the only option in the bios is enable or disable front hd audio panel.
My Realtek Sound Manager for some reason always show the front panel jacks as connected, even when there is nothing connected to it: http://i.imgur.com/5aF0d.jpg
I've opened up the PC to check the HD audio plug and it is plugged in properly, with no signs of a bent pin.
Would you be so kind enough to check if your cable have the 4 pin stuffed?
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/img/fp_pins.jpg
Thanks

Hi jerkone. As promised, I have looked at my case's HD Audio connector and pin #4 is empty. I did some quick research and it seems (so far) to me that this is contrary to the HD Audio specification by Intel (http://www.formfactors.org/developer/specs/A2928604-005.pdf, pages 22-25) and the image that I found on Intel's 'Troubleshooting audio issues' web page (http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-020642.htm#standards).

Here is a close-up image of my HD Audio connector plugged into my Creative X-Fi Titanium HD sound card:


According to the specification, Pin #8 (between the green and orange wires in the bottom row of my photo) should be empty since it is blocked and serves as an orientation key for the connector. Two pins to the right in my photo is where Pin #4 should be, between the orange and black wires in the bottom row. The Intel specification lists this pin as "PRESENCE#" which is described as "Active low signal that signals BIOS that an Intel HD Audio dongle is connected to the analog header. PRESENCE# = 0 when an Intel HD Audio dongle is connected." Perhaps the lack of a wire in Pin #4 means the PRESENCE# is always 0 ?
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post #3422 of 7170
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I just used some eletric tape on the clips, also i bent them a little so they wouldnt protude so much, its fitting nicely i think now, i hope i get better temps

FYI, here is a photo of the 92 mm fan I attached with velcro to the bottom of my optical drive.


It's a Nexus fan so it's really quiet, but directs more of the case's airflow towards my GTX 670 and X-Fi cards. Has moving your graphics card to PCI-E slot #1 improved its temperatures?

P.S. That a Prolimatech Megahalems (Rev.A) in the bottom corner with 2 Corsair SP120 fans (Quiet Editions) in a Push-Pull configuration. I don't think any other posts have mentioned this older, but still very good heatsink model. With this HSF combination I am able to use all 4 RAM slots, but slot 1 has to be the low profile kind.
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post #3423 of 7170
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FYI, here is a photo of the 92 mm fan I attached with velcro to the bottom of my optical drive.


It's a Nexus fan so it's really quiet, but directs more of the case's airflow towards my GTX 670 and X-Fi cards. Has moving your graphics card to PCI-E slot #1 improved its temperatures?

P.S. That a Prolimatech Megahalems (Rev.A) in the bottom corner with 2 Corsair SP120 fans (Quiet Editions) in a Push-Pull configuration. I don't think any other posts have mentioned this older, but still very good heatsink model. With this HSF combination I am able to use all 4 RAM slots, but slot 1 has to be the low profile kind.

I have one i could use, but where does the air come from? No clear intake i think
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post #3424 of 7170
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Sure thing, but I will have to do it when I get back from work this afternoon smile.gif

That would be awesome, Thanks bro.
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post #3425 of 7170
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I have one i could use, but where does the air come from? No clear intake i think

You're right, there is no separate intake for the small fan. It's just there to direct more of the airflow than there otherwise would be across the expansion slots. Forum member nagle3092 did it to help his SLI temperatures:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1068487/silverstone-tj08-e-owners-club/40#post_14278200
and
http://www.overclock.net/t/1068487/silverstone-tj08-e-owners-club/440#post_15590756

He attached a second 92 mm fan shell (without the blades and motor) to the first fan in order to create a shroud that helps focus the airflow even more. It seemed like a decent idea and I can see how the front AP181 fan's airflow might not circulate so well in the upper section of the main compartment, so I decided to add a fan too. It's very quiet and I can't see how it can hurt. Maybe if the velcro lets go and the fan falls down onto my 3.5 inch hard drive wink.gif?
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I'm done for a bit.
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post #3427 of 7170
Dude, you got a serious thing you forgot there... the GPU isnt under water! biggrin.gif
Nice rig thumb.gif How does the loop go?
post #3428 of 7170
Haha, thanks! The GPU is already pretty quiet and cools efficiently as is, plus I'm limited to one 120mm radiator that's probably less than what the processor could use, so I left the GPU alone. The loop goes like this:

Micro reservoir from Swiftech
Swiftech Apogee Drive ii pump/waterblock set on low
AX120 radiator
Koolance RP-401X2 bay reservoir with another pump set on low
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post #3429 of 7170
Haha, didn't notice the 4 HDD's at first glance, and was like; Why didn't he go for a 180/200 rad?! biggrin.gif
Your answer brings me to a new question:
Why do you have 2 pumps and reservoirs?tongue.gif
post #3430 of 7170
I like redundancy! Plus two pumps running at 1,000 - 2,000 rpm are much quieter than one at 2-4,000. The reservoirs because more water volume tends to be better, and both of them are tiny. I think I'll eventually migrate these hard drives into my other system and just keep the ssd/3tb setup in here; that would allow another radiator in the Temjin, restore positive pressure, allow higher overclocks, and make for a cleaner-looking build overall. Though it won't be as challenging or as entertaining as it is now. smile.gif
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