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Actually there are wires for one more Fan in the front. ONE extra.. and made for the Trooper I have to Advise.
Now about Relays. If you are going relays and you have the abiility to do that you could swich the power on your entire house if you used a heavy enough relay and use the controller. With relays you just have to actuate the magentic field of the Contacts. The contacts absorb the juice and then you would have to use a Reostat behind the contacts to control Led.
There are LED Dimmers on EBAY. I use one for my system. But I would recommend the Radio Controlled Key fob dimmer. You just push the button on the remote and change the light dimming instantly.
Here is the page I buy from.

old school relays work this way but not new solid state relays wink.gif work much much better then the old magnet relay with no kickback, crazy what us kids think up these days lol built tons of things with them and arduino kits so this is nothing compared to those
post #1302 of 12590
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I love IBT too, I use it to do a quick test of my OC before wasting hours running prime to find out it failed. Those are the only two I use for the CPU. I do use furmark for my GPU test, PSU, and temps (running a cpu and gpu in one loop) What I do is run one less thread than I have cores in Prime95 and run furmark full screen. Furmark only uses one core to run. This will max out your system more than anything I know of. If I think I'm having memory problems I'll bust out good old memtest. Oh I almost for got, OCCT is a great one too, makes really nice graphs for you biggrin.gif

thumb.gif WoW, specool.gif never thought of running them together; Furmark & Prime95... Thanks for the tip. thumb.gif

I'll look into OCCT. typer.gif Never used it before!rolleyes.gif


Linky to OCCT
http://www.ocbase.com/perestroika_en/index.php
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thought about covering the outside in carbon fiber, I work with cars a lot and think the case has a slight ferrari look to the top, thought about trying to mold carbon fiber to go around some of the panels and such, something different I guess and would continue the sleek look of the case. Not just the sticky fake carbon fiber but real military grade carbon fiber that will be molded and the epoxy coated then a nice clear coat put over it to make it shine
Edited by justinwebb - 2/15/12 at 7:41pm
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thought about covering the outside in carbon fiber, I work with cars a lot and think the case has a slight ferrari look to the top, thought about trying to mold carbon fiber to go around some of the panels and such, something different I guess and would continue the sleek look of the case. Not just the sticky fake carbon fiber but real military grade carbon fiber that will be molded and the epoxy coated then a nice clear coat put over it to make it shine

I love that CF, I'm following a build that a guy is making a complete build out of CF.
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Wow.. I would love for you to do a Show and tell on What I am Missing on this. I am very intriqued. Awesome Info.. Thanks alot man. I will make your submission a sticky from the Front Page.

Hope to see more on what you know on these new relays. I was an Electrician by trade so most of the Relays I dealt with was very High Voltage and I still think that way. Thanks for setting me straight. Great Comment Rep up. thumb.gif
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thought about covering the outside in carbon fiber, I work with cars a lot and think the case has a slight ferrari look to the top, thought about trying to mold carbon fiber to go around some of the panels and such, something different I guess and would continue the sleek look of the case. Not just the sticky fake carbon fiber but real military grade carbon fiber that will be molded and the epoxy coated then a nice clear coat put over it to make it shine

Thank you. You reminded me about what i was doing with my build and I got off track with some color issue.. Again.. thanks.


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thought about covering the outside in carbon fiber, I work with cars a lot and think the case has a slight ferrari look to the top, thought about trying to mold carbon fiber to go around some of the panels and such, something different I guess and would continue the sleek look of the case. Not just the sticky fake carbon fiber but real military grade carbon fiber that will be molded and the epoxy coated then a nice clear coat put over it to make it shine

I love that CF, I'm following a build that a guy is making a complete build out of CF.

I am a Di NOC Fan too..
Edited by unimatrixzero - 2/15/12 at 8:26pm
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post #1307 of 12590
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Wow.. I would love for you to do a Show and tell on What I am Missing on this. I am very intriqued. Awesome Info.. Thanks alot man. I will make your submission a sticky from the Front Page.
Hope to see more on what you know on these new relays. I was an Electrician by trade so most of the Relays I dealt with was very High Voltage and I still think that way. Thanks for setting me straight. Great Comment Rep up. thumb.gif

well in the electricians world yes there are some very high voltage relays but in the computer electronics world Solid state relays are the greatest thing ever as they are opto controlled for no voltage kickback to preserve IC's and also there is no familiar click as there is with the old style its all silent
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solid_state_relay
great little things for anything with a circuit board attached to one end. I will do a write up once i get more fans and stuff here, I bought some double density LED strips to put in the front grille and also in the top grille that will make it stand out and all other fans and lights will be switched on and off by the regular control board with no added load on it. I am planning on having every spot I can that will take a fan wired up to the fan controller stock and all with LED's.

As far as the carbon fiber http://compositeenvisions.com/raw-fabric-cloth-2/?zenid=emm4ufkgrqn82mtg6qpip0t816 i will be getting a roll of just carbon fiber twill cutting it to size and then molding it to the correct shape and putting resin on it then clearcoat, it will be expensive but be an awesome sight once done. Not a fan of Di-noc as it looks cheaper than the real thing but would work for the carbon fiber look without all the hassle.
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Wow.. I would love for you to do a Show and tell on What I am Missing on this. I am very intriqued. Awesome Info.. Thanks alot man. I will make your submission a sticky from the Front Page.
Hope to see more on what you know on these new relays. I was an Electrician by trade so most of the Relays I dealt with was very High Voltage and I still think that way. Thanks for setting me straight. Great Comment Rep up. thumb.gif

hehe i was a journeyman electrician(commercial/industrial, residential) before i went in the Army. Before that i rewound electric motors with my dad. ugh electric motors are a pain.

was i kiked from the front page? sadsmiley.gif
Edited by viperwolf - 2/16/12 at 6:39am
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Wow.. I would love for you to do a Show and tell on What I am Missing on this. I am very intriqued. Awesome Info.. Thanks alot man. I will make your submission a sticky from the Front Page.
Hope to see more on what you know on these new relays. I was an Electrician by trade so most of the Relays I dealt with was very High Voltage and I still think that way. Thanks for setting me straight. Great Comment Rep up. thumb.gif

hehe i was a journeyman electrician(commercial/industrial, residential) before i went in the Army. Before that i rewound electric motors with my dad. ugh electric motors are a pain.

was i kiked from the front page? sadsmiley.gif

No. Why.. I was working on the Front Page yesterday for about 3 hours.. did I Control alt Delete you dude.. I will check that.

Motor rewind is so cool.. I wish I could do that. That is great Knowledge there.
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i ment that i didnt see my name on the member list lol. wink.gif
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