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Originally Posted by wiski View Post

Yup, it's working great. I currently just let the GPU have it off when not stressed, so it only spins up when I'm gaming, but even when running normally it's very quiet.

The window is actually factory, I got the TJ08-EW.

Thanks

I just ordered a 140mm fan from Amazon to do the front fan mod that you did.

The Nanoxia Deep Silence 140mm 1400rpm Fan is the one I ordered it appears to be super quiet, and its cheap with good reviews. We shall see.


Do you know if you can buy that TJ08B-EW side panel with the window separately to add to a regular TJ08B case?
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Do you know if you can buy that TJ08B-EW side panel with the window separately to add to a regular TJ08B case?

I don't, you might have to contact Silverstone support. Maybe they offer something like some case manufacturers do where you can buy replacements parts for the cases, so you could maybe order a replacement windowed side panel for your case.
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Thanks

I just ordered a 140mm fan from Amazon to do the front fan mod that you did.

The Nanoxia Deep Silence 140mm 1400rpm Fan is the one I ordered it appears to be super quiet, and its cheap with good reviews. We shall see.


Do you know if you can buy that TJ08B-EW side panel with the window separately to add to a regular TJ08B case?

Yes, i bought one, the email was sales.eu@silverstonetek.de or you can contact the user 'SilverStone' and check http://www.overclock.net/u/294842/silverstone
Edited by khemist - 7/8/16 at 12:42pm
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Hi everyone. I've recently bought a TJ08B-E. Pictures of my effort below for your amusement/enjoyment?

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@Alxz - what is the clip you are using to keep your cables neatly together?
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@Alxz - what is the clip you are using to keep your cables neatly together?

those are cable combs i made from acrylic, you can search them as "cable combs" on performance pcs or e22.biz , btw, did your tj08 came with that hole for cables on the SSD? redface.gif
 
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post #7007 of 7181
Yeah it came with the hole there. The only holes I have made are four 4.5mm holes in the bottom to mount my pump.

Thanks for the link. I'll check those out. It looks really tidy!
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@Alxz How do you find the bay res/pump? Is it any louder (vibrations) and what did you have before?

My motherboard gets quite warm, up to 55 degrees C, and I wondered if a res/pump combo would help this by providing better air flow through the case.

How are your fans orientated, front intake and rear as exhaust?

Last question...what are your Temps? Mobo, CPU and GPU after an hour of gaming.
Edited by skingun - 8/2/16 at 3:42pm
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@Alxz How do you find the bay res/pump? Is it any louder (vibrations) and what did you have before?

My motherboard gets quite warm, up to 55 degrees C, and I wondered if a res/pump combo would help this by providing better air flow through the case.

How are your fans orientated, front intake and rear as exhaust?

Last question...what are your Temps? Mobo, CPU and GPU after an hour of gaming.

Its really quiet, and i have two DDC pumps that are supossed to be a bit louder, i don't hear them at all, i didn't heard them with my previous AP181 being louder. AP182 is way louder but i'm VERY VERY happy with my actual temperatures.

55°C is pretty much the temperature i had with my AP182, i had an XSPC tank reservoir in the same place as yours but the main improvement came with the AP182, you'll get better airflow with the bay reservoir but its better to swap the AP181, your 120mm fan is pretty good though

My Fans are 180mm intake and 120mm exhaust

Real world differences came with the AP181to182 swap, with a 5820k at 4.4 and 980 ti at 1.271v 1520mh my CPU temperature was about 60°, GPU about 49° and Motherboard about 55° just like you. After the 182 CPU is now 55, GPU is now 43 and motherboard 47. But the system is about 50% louder since the AP182 speed dialer is pretty much "Low and High", just like the AP182 but with a potentiometer.

I forgot to add, room temperature is always between 17 to 21°C
Edited by Alxz - 8/2/16 at 11:58pm
 
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@Alxz Thanks for your response. That's really helped me out!

I run my AP181 at the low speed setting (800rpm). I wouldn't want to run it on high speed because I prefer the system to be quiet.

What speed do you run your AP182 at? I note you mention it is much louder so I may avoid replacing my AP181.

The fan at the rear is a Noctua NF-F12. They are considered to be very good. I might replace my 120mm rad with a thicker unit though. Need to take some measurements first.
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