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Can you guys help me ? rolleyes.gif
I want reasons to join your club biggrin.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1352329/aerocool-x-predator-vs-storm-stryker-vs-600t

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I already have a 27" monitor but it's funny you say that...I've been researching 2560x1440 monitors for the last week now. Debating on getting the monitor first and then SLI later now smile.gif I mean...if I run a high resolution and my one gpu can't handle that I now have justification for a second one right? lol

I was also just thinking I may have solved my issue with covering up the back cables too. I have drawn up a design for a new desk and will be starting that in the next month or two and the new desk will hide the cables.

haha! 3 screens is the way to go! biggrin.gif Actually I think I need to upgrade too. 3 bigger screens or a full cover block for my gpu so I can oc the bastard.
I hope you're not going to cover the Trooper with your new design? that would be a shame.

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haha! 3 screens is the way to go! biggrin.gif Actually I think I need to upgrade too. 3 bigger screens or a full cover block for my gpu so I can oc the bastard.
I hope you're not going to cover the Trooper with your new design? that would be a shame.
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There is no way I'd ever utilize a triple 27" setup and I'm too anal to have different resolutions and models so that would be expensive.

Nope I'm not hiding it, actually it's going to be the highest point of the desk and on a pedestal lol. I have a kitchen countertop that I special ordered and then changed my mind after and had to reorder a different size. Instead of docking the 25% restocking fee I decided to keep it and turn it into a desk! Should be pretty sweet, I'm going to start a build thread for it soon.
 
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I hope someone on this great board can help me. I bought a pair of CM 120mm Sickle flow fans for the side of my new Storm Trooper case, installed them to the 3 pin lead that runs from the fan controller on the top of the case. On every setting except the highest one the fans blink and click. It's like the controller is turning on and off the power really quickly to modulate the voltage. Also the noise is present if you plug in headphones to the front panel making their use annoying. Does anyone else have this problem? I did a search on the forums and found a few others with the same problem but no solution. I tested the fans on a pwm controller and they worked fine. They dimmed and went out around 30% power. I'd put in the controller but all my bays are filed up. Do I RMA good working fans?
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I hope someone on this great board can help me. I bought a pair of CM 120mm Sickle flow fans for the side of my new Storm Trooper case, installed them to the 3 pin lead that runs from the fan controller on the top of the case. On every setting except the highest one the fans blink and click. It's like the controller is turning on and off the power really quickly to modulate the voltage. Also the noise is present if you plug in headphones to the front panel making their use annoying. Does anyone else have this problem? I did a search on the forums and found a few others with the same problem but no solution. I tested the fans on a pwm controller and they worked fine. They dimmed and went out around 30% power. I'd put in the controller but all my bays are filed up. Do I RMA good working fans?

Do those fans come with the additional led connectors? If not that's the problem, the fan controller uses pulse voltage.
As for the front audio jacks I wouldn't know as I removed the cable.
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As Grim said, these use pulse based electricity with the stock fans. You'll have to get a fan controller, or find an electronics expert to change the pulse module to a full flow electrical system. I had the same issue if my fans were on less then the fastest setting. Unfortunately at the moment your gonna have to run them at full, or replace the fan controller with one that fits in a bay.

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or just hook those fans on the mobo
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Im getting my stryker tomorrow biggrin.gif along with my new psu seasonic 1050w biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif gonna take hours putting my rig in biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
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so guys i think it' is time for me to officially join the CM Storm Trooper Club

















View my build log to see this journey!!
http://www.overclock.net/t/1341258/noname-cm-storm-trooper-mod
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Anyone ever stick a 420mm rad in this case? I'm thinking front bays.

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