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it is possible to go even more quiet with a fan controller on the AP181. personally i went with a rheosmart6 for my FT02. do realize the AP181 has a high/low switch already and the fan controller can only operate within that range. meaning if you have the switch on low, then the fan will never go above the max speed of the low(700ish RPM) setting and if you have the fan switched to high, the fan will never fall below 700rpm if you use the automatic control. with manual control, you can have the full range speed control, but with automatic it just wont go below the 700rpm of that switch. it's possible that is a limitation of my motherboard not allowing full range control in automatic mode tho.

Oh yes I completely forgot that along the way I did in fact install a fan controller. I installed a silverstone FP33-B to try to silence the AP181. I ended up removing it because it seemed to me that for whatever reason the minimum voltage of that fan controller was not very low and that the fans were still spinning just as fast as the normal low setting. I've used that fan controller in a different build with scythe s-flex fans and was very pleased with it, but that was in a P182 case which is better with noise to begin with. Again I think I'm just very picky about noise in general.
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Hi all what best to upload pics of TJ08

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Hi all what best to upload pics of TJ08
Thanks

Just do it right through overclock. that way the links done expire. ^__^
post #774 of 7203
And do us all a favor - turn the shutter speed all the way down (low ISO number), use diffuse light, a tripod and set the timer so the camera doesn't shake and your pics will turn out great!
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Can someone do me a huuuge favor? I need a couple measurements. Can someone measure from the floor to the bottom edge of the mobo and from the surface of the mobo to the right side of the case? I'd like to figure out just how much floor space I have to work with while still clearing the ram, etc...
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post #776 of 7203
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Oh yes I completely forgot that along the way I did in fact install a fan controller. I installed a silverstone FP33-B to try to silence the AP181. I ended up removing it because it seemed to me that for whatever reason the minimum voltage of that fan controller was not very low and that the fans were still spinning just as fast as the normal low setting. I've used that fan controller in a different build with scythe s-flex fans and was very pleased with it, but that was in a P182 case which is better with noise to begin with. Again I think I'm just very picky about noise in general.

what you can do is turn the switch on the ap181 to low. like i mentioned, the fan controller i had would not go below the 700rpm mark if i left the switch on high. once i switch the fan to low, then the fan controller can go down as low as 500rpm.(auto setting) on manual setting, the rheosmart can go down to 0RPM, but that would defeat my purpose of buying that controller:D i bought that controller because it CAN control the fan automatically via a PWM header.
post #777 of 7203
Just got a TJ08-E the other day along with some other goodies.

I might have to start a build thread for this.

No pics yet but so far I finished externally mounting an H80 and replaced the front intake fan.

On the list is to add a fan to the top panel as another intake, cut/install a side window, sleeving using mdpc-x, possible murdermod lit up false floor, powder coating, and whatever else I can come up with. I'm absolutely loving this little case so far!
Edited by trentiles - 1/27/12 at 12:56pm
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post #778 of 7203
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Originally Posted by trentiles View Post

Just got a TJ08-E the other day along with some other goodies.
I might have to start a build thread for this.
No pics yet but so far I finished externally mounting an H80 and replaced the front intake fan.
On the list is to add a fan to the top panel as another intake, cut/install a side window, sleeving using mdpc-x, possible murdermod lit up false floor, powder coating, and whatever else I can come up with. I'm absolutely loving this little case so far!
That sounds awesome but don't forget to post pics.
Also does anyone know anything about that different color TJ08 E that silverstone show during CES 2012?
post #779 of 7203
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No pics yet but so far I finished externally mounting an H80 and replaced the front intake fan.
this is going to sound dumb, but...... uhm..... why?biggrin.gif H80 fits inside the case and the AP181 works fine in that case:D i mean i can kinda understand the changing the ap181 if you want to go quiet, but the fan isn't THAT loud to begin with.
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In my case, when position the fan speed to low, this is totally off ..... Is this normal?
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