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Icybox MB153SP-B "FatCage" 3 in 2 SATA Internal Backplane Module (This cost more than the case! :-/ )
3 x 3TB Seagate ST3000DM001 Barracuda 7200.14 in (Raid 5)
This will probably end up as the loudest compoents on your PC, specially the icybox being so open wont help to lower the hdd noise. Even though SPCR did test them Seagate 3tb 7200rpm, Seagate Barracuda 3TB: 1TB Platter Behemoth, imo you should look into 5400/5900rpm drives if you are truly looking for quiet operation over performance, specially since you are going into raid5, look into Western Digital Red 3TB.
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This will probably end up as the loudest compoents on your PC, specially the icybox being so open wont help to lower the hdd noise. Even though SPCR did test them Seagate 3tb 7200rpm, Seagate Barracuda 3TB: 1TB Platter Behemoth, imo you should look into 5400/5900rpm drives if you are truly looking for quiet operation over performance, specially since you are going into raid5, look into Western Digital Red 3TB.

I have 4 WD Reds in this case, dead silent. They are designed for 24/7 use and I have had good luck with them. With the onboard (Genez) controller I average 40MBps sustained transfer rates.
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Love all the pics. Think I have had mine over a year now and still love it.
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This will probably end up as the loudest compoents on your PC, specially the icybox being so open wont help to lower the hdd noise. Even though SPCR did test them Seagate 3tb 7200rpm, Seagate Barracuda 3TB: 1TB Platter Behemoth, imo you should look into 5400/5900rpm drives if you are truly looking for quiet operation over performance, specially since you are going into raid5, look into Western Digital Red 3TB.

Yep, hoping that it won't be too loud with a non-stock fan. If it is I'll consider alternatives.

Thanks for the tip smile.gif The SPCR article made for a very interesting read, not sure why I missed it to be honest. I've already got 1 Seagate drive and I was planing to transfer it over to the new build. Will have to think hard about going WD green.
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Ok, I think I'm done with my build. Since last time, added gtx 670 oc from gigabyte. Cooler and case is able to cool it at minimal fan speed under load, card isn't throttling 1254 core at standard bios (no voltage changes), so I'm happy with that result.
Lots of pictures under this link: http://www.i-m.co/aerial/hgfhfgh/

And just one preview here:


Looks really nice, great work on finishing it smile.gif
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Yep, hoping that it won't be too loud with a non-stock fan. If it is I'll consider alternatives.

Thanks for the tip smile.gif The SPCR article made for a very interesting read, not sure why I missed it to be honest. I've already got 1 Seagate drive and I was planing to transfer it over to the new build. Will have to think hard about going WD green.
Looks really nice, great work on finishing it smile.gif
Np, glad to help.

If i needed performance i would probably just go with Blacks, but they are way to noisy. Even though SPCR did review and gave the golden award to the Seagate 3tb 7200rpm, they are not as quiet as WD green, even the seagate 4tb 5900rpm is very good, maybe a slight more noisy than than the WD red 3tb. Since you are building such a nice setup for quiet operation, imo you should try to go with WD Reds 3tb, but not the 4tb, check the following review, Hardwareinfo Western Digital Red 4TB review: 4TB NAS hard disk
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Okay doing an TJ08-E gaming build and noticed some noise issues. While I can hear the front fan that is not my issue, the Silverstone Strider Plus 700 is loud. When it is turned up so the fan and draw from the top it is loudest, if I turn it over it helps but not a lot. I have eliminated the sound being from the video card of CPU cooler.

I am wondering if putting sound dampening foam on the side panels and the top would help. Has anyone tried this?
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My TJ08 biggrin.gif







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Lol here is a messy pic of mine pushing my 770 to 1515mhz on valley. I had my fluke hooked up in the back of the case where the two post are, there is a kill switch for the OV mounted on the back next to the potentiometer too biggrin.gif generally without the blue 120mm fan, Its comfortable gaming with all the panels on at 1463mhz. Its one reason why I love this case and I dont even have top shelf cooling components either. Frankenstein h70 and antec 920 with 180mm and 120mm rads.

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Okay doing an TJ08-E gaming build and noticed some noise issues. While I can hear the front fan that is not my issue, the Silverstone Strider Plus 700 is loud. When it is turned up so the fan and draw from the top it is loudest, if I turn it over it helps but not a lot. I have eliminated the sound being from the video card of CPU cooler.

I am wondering if putting sound dampening foam on the side panels and the top would help. Has anyone tried this?

I also am putting some sound dampeners in my tj08 before, but when i asked this thread about it, everyone said it is not worth it biggrin.gif

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My TJ08 biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







very nice. i am jelly with your cpu cooler and i have been wanting for that for ages! but if i buy it online, taxes will eat my wallet probably almost the same price as the cpu cooler frown.gif

...is it not possible to rotate the top plate? im seeing screws on the edges.
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I also am putting some sound dampeners in my tj08 before, but when i asked this thread about it, everyone said it is not worth it biggrin.gif
very nice. i am jelly with your cpu cooler and i have been wanting for that for ages! but if i buy it online, taxes will eat my wallet probably almost the same price as the cpu cooler frown.gif

...is it not possible to rotate the top plate? im seeing screws on the edges.

Yes, it is possible to change the orientation of the top plate.

Cheers,
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