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Here's a good review for it and the new ap182:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1317037/silverstone-ap182-review/0_30
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Originally Posted by Qrash View Post

Hi Luongo27. Welcome to the forum! We had a similar discussion a few days ago on page 348. This might answer your question. What motherboard do you have? It may be controlling the front fan's voltage like my Asus Maximus V GENE does by default.

The Motherboard i have is a Gigabyte F2A75M-D3H, and the fan is plugged directly into the motherboard. I will have a look in the bios to see if i can change the fan speeds like the previous conversation stated.

*Update
Thanks guys for pointing me in the right direction, disabled the fan control on non cpu headers, all is working smile.gif
Edited by Luongo27 - 1/30/13 at 12:38pm
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Wanna share this one to you guys.. Full acrylic side panel & no drilling in casing just using craft magnets found in local store.

That's awesome! Would love some details as to how you achieved that.
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That looks great, may I ask what size the acrylic side panel is? Also what kind of magnets are you using?

Hey thanks! smile.gif The dimension of the acrylic is 370mm X 350mm. I'm using flat-round magnets... the smallest size.
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No filter and would give a negative pressure, so more dust

You're exactly right if you reverse both fans. For that reason I think the much earlier poster only reversed the rear fan.

Let's say you do reverse the rear fan so that in blows inwards (just like the front fan). If you had an air-cooled heatsink with two fans in a push-pull configuration, would it make any sense to reverse either or both of the heatsink's fans too? Guess I could take my own earlier advice and just try and test it.
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My computer is under construction. smile.gif
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Let's say you do reverse the rear fan so that in blows inwards (just like the front fan). If you had an air-cooled heatsink with two fans in a push-pull configuration, would it make any sense to reverse either or both of the heatsink's fans too? Guess I could take my own earlier advice and just try and test it.

Not sure if that would work. All other things being equal because the front fan is bigger it will push more air.

My gut feeling is that it would create some kind of hot air pocket around the heatsink area somewhere although i'm no expert on fluid dynamics.

If i had to put money somewhere i'd still think that front intake and rear exhaust would get you the best thermal results.

Only way to be sure is to try though! wink.gif
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My computer is under construction. smile.gif

blinksmiley.gif You undid all of that beautiful wiring!
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post #3539 of 7172
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Originally Posted by Luongo27 View Post

Just joined the club and have had my case about two weeks now. Every thing is running fine apart from the front fan which is supposed to have a high and low setting via the switch. For some reason, mine has an on and off setting, which could be something easy i have missed or could be a fault with the fan/ switch. Any help you guy can give would be much appreciated.

Re. On and off switch... Perhaps your front fan has too low a voltage due to the RPM being set too slow on low speed for the fan too start.??? You could initially try setting it to around 600 -750 on low speed and see if that fixes your problem ?
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For those who uses a 5.25 to 3.5 hdd adapter, how do you guys fit in the front bay cover?
Edited by rpch - 1/31/13 at 7:14am
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