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post #3621 of 12497
Quote:
Originally Posted by viperwolf View Post

it depends if you want push pull,(up top) the only problem you will run into is the handle. Its in the way of one of the fans. You dont have to put a fan there. but if you want the 4 fans instead of three. you will have to do this mod http://www.overclock.net/t/1104349/the-official-cooler-master-storm-trooper-storm-stryker-club/1580#post_16595214
you can just use two 120mm fans down low and slam a 120mm/140mm up top. you can also find a low profile fan. I think someone found the one that would fit at one time.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Iamazn View Post

-Is push pull better?
-So basically, the H100 goes INSIDE the case (under the 200mm fan?) and I add another 140mm fan on the top of the case?

Quote:
Originally Posted by unimatrixzero View Post

It would be better to use a high efficency 120 mm and a 100 or 92 mm slim fan under the handle brace.

A 140mm (Noctua) and 100mm Scythe on top,
451
H100 inside case and under that 2 120mm fans of choice. For best results and fine tuning use the fancontroller.
451
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post #3622 of 12497
Went to Micro Center today and got sucked in rolleyes.gif

I got a great deal on a 3570K and a Sabertooth Z77

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I didn't think it would look very good in my Lian Li A70F so I got this
Warning: Operation Red Dawn (Click to show)
400

I guess I'm now an official member now thumb.gif
BTW that is Potentia et Decor (my A70F) sitting behind it.
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post #3623 of 12497
Quote:
Originally Posted by SortOfGrim View Post

A 140mm (Noctua) and 100mm Scythe on top,
451
H100 inside case and under that 2 120mm fans of choice. For best results and fine tuning use the fancontroller.
451
Will using a 140mm and 100mm fan affect the handle in any way? Is it necessary to take off the top to reveal the bare handle?
post #3624 of 12497
What was the diameter of neon wire used for this?
I am planning a similar blue mod.
post #3625 of 12497
I finally completely my storm trooper project with auto-BIOS and custom lights.
let me know what you think about it:

First, there he is, his name: WRAITH

640

640

under the hood:

640

640

My boot BIOS:
346

My desktop:

450

and now a more indepth look:

First, the top three bays modified to be a wind tunnel:

640
640
700

through the sides:


700


450

Here's my switch when I cannot use my boot bios:
450

Top and Bottom are GTX 680.
Middle is actually a HD7970, I removed the power cable so you can see better.
Through the boot bios, it will select which set of Boot drivers to use.

450

Here's a picture of the layout:

700

then we have System Idle:

450

When 50% - 85% loaded:


700


When load 85% - 100%, usually only during benching sessions:

700
Edited by Bluezero5 - 7/1/12 at 4:49am
post #3626 of 12497
what's the full specs? what motherboard?

its a great setup!

also, what fan is that at the rear that has hundreds of leds on it?!
post #3627 of 12497
Statistics:

CM Storm Trooper Chassis
ASUS Rampage 4 Extreme with VRMs watercooled
Core i7 3930k 5.015Ghz (1.52V vcore) on Koolance CPU-370
select1: GTX680 SLI @1230Mhz with Koolance waterblocks
select2: HD7970 @ 1300Mhz with EK waterblock
16Gb Corsair 2400 DDR3 9-11-11-27 T1

BlackIce 120+240+240 (20-30 FPI) Radiators (max core temp at 70'c)

The Bright fan is a Enermax Duo Fan, it comes with a press switch, which I causally modified it to respond to system load. smile.gif
post #3628 of 12497
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Quote:
Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

Went to Micro Center today and got sucked in rolleyes.gif

I got a great deal on a 3570K and a Sabertooth Z77

639

I didn't think it would look very good in my Lian Li A70F so I got this
Warning: Operation Red Dawn (Click to show)
400

I guess I'm now an official member now thumb.gif
BTW that is Potentia et Decor (my A70F) sitting behind it.

WOW .... I Have GOODINK on My Team... I am so Proud... Great sir... Great. Can't wait to see what you do with that Trooper



Quote:
Originally Posted by Iamazn View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by SortOfGrim View Post

A 140mm (Noctua) and 100mm Scythe on top,
451
H100 inside case and under that 2 120mm fans of choice. For best results and fine tuning use the fancontroller.
451
Will using a 140mm and 100mm fan affect the handle in any way? Is it necessary to take off the top to reveal the bare handle?

This is really Making things happen with enginutity.. Great work

Quote:
Originally Posted by Bluezero5 View Post

Statistics:

CM Storm Trooper Chassis
ASUS Rampage 4 Extreme with VRMs watercooled
Core i7 3930k 5.015Ghz (1.52V vcore) on Koolance CPU-370
select1: GTX680 SLI @1230Mhz with Koolance waterblocks
select2: HD7970 @ 1300Mhz with EK waterblock
16Gb Corsair 2400 DDR3 9-11-11-27 T1

BlackIce 120+240+240 (20-30 FPI) Radiators (max core temp at 70'c)

The Bright fan is a Enermax Duo Fan, it comes with a press switch, which I causally modified it to respond to system load. smile.gif

BlueZero5 ... your build is so INN CRED I BULL...
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post #3629 of 12497
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Originally Posted by Bluezero5 View Post

I finally completely my storm trooper project with auto-BIOS and custom lights.
let me know what you think about it:
First, there he is, his name: WRAITH
640
640
under the hood:
640
640
My boot BIOS:
346
My desktop:
450
and now a more indepth look:
First, the top three bays modified to be a wind tunnel:
640
640
700
through the sides:

700

450
Here's my switch when I cannot use my boot bios:
450
Top and Bottom are GTX 680.
Middle is actually a HD7970, I removed the power cable so you can see better.
Through the boot bios, it will select which set of Boot drivers to use.
450
Here's a picture of the layout:
700
then we have System Idle:
450
When 50% - 85% loaded:

700

When load 85% - 100%, usually only during benching sessions:
700

I'm at a loss for words, so all I can say is asdfsadahnftgpwsaeojlsdafklsda. That's amazing! biggrin.gif
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post #3630 of 12497
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Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

That sucks,what got damaged?

A box was dropped on it during transit, and the whole of the front and top panels are shifted up about half an inch, the I/O ports are out of line, screw mounts on the front panel broke and the hot swap drive is out of line. Yeah was quite annoyed, but should get another one through soon i hope.
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