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Originally Posted by viperwolf View Post

thank you for the idea on the controller. Ive been researching several, and the few i like have mixed reviews. Im considering making my own. but ill continue with the research. i Like the option of temp sensors on some, but after thinking about it. my mobo will monitor everything anyway. and i take it, that the coolermaster fan controller will not handle the load. i actually like it, its simple and easy.
Speaking of that, the board was shipped from the California location, mad.gif my Memphis location spoiled me lol however the board is now here in town so i may get it today. which means......................................................BF3 copy. have you figured out what you want to do. I think maybe the random drawing is good and fare. But only people who do not have the game, and actually want it. thats right, ill be looking for you on the battlefield lol thumb.gif then you can kill me because im no that good rolleyes.gif
BTW, those gelid fans i bought. they are amazing. silent and push alot of air. the noctua is actually a little louder/ BUT i have the 140mm noctua.
here are the specs on the gelids
Air flow-128.6
bearing-nanoflux bearing
cable length-500mm
connector-4pin
fan speed-600 to1800
dba-10 to 26.8
static pressure-2.66
other notes-pwm control and detachable blades for cleaning.

I hear you about Newegg shipping. I'm close to the Jersey warehouse so I usually get stuff the next day. But , there is the occasional agony of waiting to receive from the Cali warehouse. rolleyes.gif
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I like the Sunbeam Rheosmart controller, it takes the pwm signal from the CPU header and you can control all your fans with it even if they are not pwm. 30watts per channel too. Comes in a 3 or 6 controller designs. LED's are red under pwm control and green under manual control.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811995075

yes i checked that one out also. also researched the lamptrons and zaleman, nzxt,scythe,aero cool, and so on.
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I hear you about Newegg shipping. I'm close to the Jersey warehouse so I usually get stuff the next day. But , there is the occasional agony of waiting to receive from the Cali warehouse. rolleyes.gif
i know. i was use to one day turnaround.

02/25/2012 07:20:00 ARRIVAL SCAN CLARKSVILLE, TN, US <===== means its sitting at UPS here in town rolleyes.gif
02/25/2012 04:27:00 DEPARTURE SCAN
LOUISVILLE, KY, US
02/25/2012 01:02:00 LOCATION SCAN LOUISVILLE, KY, US
02/25/2012 00:43:00 UNLOAD SCAN
LOUISVILLE, KY, US
02/24/2012 23:26:00 ARRIVAL SCAN LOUISVILLE, KY, US
02/24/2012 22:17:00 DEPARTURE SCAN
WEST COLUMBIA, SC, US
02/24/2012 12:45:00 LOCATION SCAN WEST COLUMBIA, SC, US
02/23/2012 13:36:00 UNLOAD SCAN
WEST COLUMBIA, SC, US
02/23/2012 13:30:00 ARRIVAL SCAN WEST COLUMBIA, SC, US
02/23/2012 06:42:00 DEPARTURE SCAN
ONTARIO, CA, US
02/23/2012 01:00:00 LOCATION SCAN ONTARIO, CA, US
02/22/2012 22:09:00 ARRIVAL SCAN
ONTARIO, CA, US
02/22/2012 21:24:00 DEPARTURE SCAN BALDWIN PARK, CA, US
02/22/2012 13:23:00 ORIGIN SCAN
BALDWIN PARK, CA, US
02/22/2012 23:24:12 BILLING INFORMATION RECEIVED[M]
Edited by viperwolf - 2/25/12 at 8:09am
post #1503 of 12473
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yes i checked that one out also. also researched the lamptrons and zaleman, nzxt,scythe,aero cool, and so on.
i know. i was use to one day turnaround.
02/25/2012 07:20:00 ARRIVAL SCAN CLARKSVILLE, TN, US <===== means its sitting at UPS here in town rolleyes.gif
02/25/2012 04:27:00 DEPARTURE SCAN
LOUISVILLE, KY, US
02/25/2012 01:02:00 LOCATION SCAN LOUISVILLE, KY, US
02/25/2012 00:43:00 UNLOAD SCAN
LOUISVILLE, KY, US
02/24/2012 23:26:00 ARRIVAL SCAN LOUISVILLE, KY, US
02/24/2012 22:17:00 DEPARTURE SCAN
WEST COLUMBIA, SC, US
02/24/2012 12:45:00 LOCATION SCAN WEST COLUMBIA, SC, US
02/23/2012 13:36:00 UNLOAD SCAN
WEST COLUMBIA, SC, US
02/23/2012 13:30:00 ARRIVAL SCAN WEST COLUMBIA, SC, US
02/23/2012 06:42:00 DEPARTURE SCAN
ONTARIO, CA, US
02/23/2012 01:00:00 LOCATION SCAN ONTARIO, CA, US
02/22/2012 22:09:00 ARRIVAL SCAN
ONTARIO, CA, US
02/22/2012 21:24:00 DEPARTURE SCAN BALDWIN PARK, CA, US
02/22/2012 13:23:00 ORIGIN SCAN
BALDWIN PARK, CA, US
02/22/2012 23:24:12 BILLING INFORMATION RECEIVED[M]

Ah, you're at Campbell? We need to hook up, I'll be visiting my son in April. He's with the 506th, 1-61 CAVS.
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Ah, you're at Campbell? We need to hook up, I'll be visiting my son in April. He's with the 506th, 1-61 CAVS.

ofcourse, we can all grab dinner somewhere one night.
post #1505 of 12473
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Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

I like the Sunbeam Rheosmart controller, it takes the pwm signal from the CPU header and you can control all your fans with it even if they are not pwm. 30watts per channel too. Comes in a 3 or 6 controller designs. LED's are red under pwm control and green under manual control.

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811995075


Nice fan controller as I have one installed on my 690 II Advanced, but you have to use the screws to mount this unit as the tooless is useless with this one.

 

Photo below: Q6600

 

 

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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^somebody had one to many biggrin.gif
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so worked a little bit on the top this weekend got it all wired up, had to do some minor cuting in the top to ensure the strips fit perfectly so they would create a glow and the strips not be seen at all. I think I succeeded as with it on it isnt crazy bright just a backlighting as the front is and none of the strips can be seen at any angle.

Took some pics of the top after I had it completed, had to cut little tunnels almost in each plastic tab for the strip to run though and ran all the wires super neat so they couldnt be seen. (this first set of pics is from my iphone so the red in the pics isnt near how red they actually are)
IMG_0033.jpg
IMG_0028.jpg
IMG_0031.jpg
IMG_0034.jpg
IMG_0036.jpg


Here are some pics with the cover on the computer it adds a nice glow through the top without shining out of the grills (these are much better pics from my DSLR showing the true red)
DSC_0638.jpg
DSC_0634.jpg
DSC_0624.jpg
DSC_0625.jpg
DSC_0635.jpg


let me know what you think!
Edited by justinwebb - 2/25/12 at 10:27pm
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so worked a little bit on the top this weekend got it all wired up, had to do some minor cuting in the top to ensure the strips fit perfectly so they would create a glow and the strips not be seen at all. I think I succeeded as with it on it isnt crazy bright just a backlighting as the front is and none of the strips can be seen at any angle.
Took some pics of the top after I had it completed, had to cut little tunnels almost in each plastic tab for the strip to run though and ran all the wires super neat so they couldnt be seen.

DSC_0634.jpg

let me know what you think!

Very nice! I like the way that looks a lot!
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Here are some pics with the cover on the computer it adds a nice glow through the top without shining out of the grills
DSC_0638.jpg
DSC_0634.jpg
DSC_0624.jpg
DSC_0625.jpg
DSC_0635.jpg


let me know what you think!

Wooow! That is really red in the pics, do it look like that in person? I just ordered some red and cool white for my Lian Li. I can't wait for it to get here. Modeler shipped it same day as payment was received. Thanks for sharing where you got them thumb.gif
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