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I have round tuits up the gazzo. Will gladly give you 4 or even 5 if you like biggrin.gif
Had NH-U12P before PH-TC14PE. Was a good cooler but of course not being as big not as good as TC14. I've also found TY-140 fans to be quieter and cool better... not just CPU but also my NB chip on X58A-UD3R. Under TC14 stock fans 80c. Removed blue Gigabyte covers from heatsink and dropped to 55-60c @600rpm. Up rpm to 800 and dropped to 52c Changed to TY-140 fans and dropped to 45c @ 700rpm (as slow as ET6 will set TY140) applaud.gif
Why PH-F140TS @ 800rpm NB is 52c and TR TY-140 @ 700rpm it's 45c? kookoo.gif Gremlins?

The only thing making me balk at using TY140/141 is that they are 160mm wide instead of 140mm I believe, so that means the fan clip will come a lot closer to my PCIE3.0 slot(expansion slot 2) and could short my GPU if it touches the back PCB, unless I mount it pointing down.
Edited by sherlock - 9/20/12 at 6:42am
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post #482 of 2766
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The only thing making me balk at using TY140/141 is that they are 160mm wide instead of 140mm I believe, so that means the fan clip will come a lot closer to my PCIE3.0 slot(expansion slot 2) and could short my GPU if it touches the back PCB, unless I mount it pointing down.
Well fan and fan clip are not the same bird.The additional 10mm width means fans stick out about 2mm beyond fan clips. wink.gif Fan clip fits the same with TY-140/141/143 as it does with stock fan. The stock clip pins will not work but pull-ties make clip pins that look almost like the real thing. wink.gif
Yeah I know. It's in backwards. rolleyes.gif

You can see how fans fit here


TY-140/141/143/145 are not 160x140mm They are 151x141mm. Thermalright has been lying to you for years.


Yes, 10mm wider than square 140mm fan, but will fit a lot more places than if they were really 160mm biggrin.gif
Edited by doyll - 9/20/12 at 7:10am
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Beautiful job! thumb.gif
But I have to question your temps. 21, 20, 21, 22 idle in a 20c room?. CPUs run more than 1c warmer than ambient.
A couple of questions about fan layout. Assume it's 1 bottom, 2x front and 1x top intake with optical bay directed at cooler. Where is optical bay fan drawing air from?

Actually air conditioning was set to 20 degrees. The room temperature was around 20 degrees to 18.

This fan only there for visual.Works with 5V
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You can't have a room at 20c and CPU at 20c. rolleyes.gif
Unless computer is turned off. biggrin.gif
Your two GPUs can easily raise case temp 2c.. even with good airflow.
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Actually air conditioning was set to 20 degrees. The room temperature was around 20 degrees to 18.
rolleyes.gif You need a thermometer near the intake of your case. Your results are often only change a couple of degrees. Tell us what the air conditioning was set at is really meaningless. You need a thermometer reading near air intake to case.

Sorry but without an accurate baseline time for each screen shot means the reading are + or - 1-2c delta. 25c is 5-7c... and that's assuming your air conditioning themometer is accurate and in same room.

With accurate air temperature at computer intakes it would be a great review . thumb.gif

And I still really like your build. You did a great job. thumb.gif
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Well, finally got around to snapping a few pics.
That Thermaltake case is large. Did I say large, I mean HUGE!

[IMG ALT=""]That big black cable is for the USB 3.0 front/top panel and looks kinda funky wrapped around the cooler.
Here is a shot of my whole desk with the funky looking monitor setup. (Samsung 40" 3D 1920/1080@120hz + Asus VG278HE 1920/1080@144hz + Viewsonic VX2835Wm 1920/1200@60hz)
After I get my 27" 2560/1440@120hz monitor, I plan on getting 2 more and have 3 mounted with wall mounts for surround.
Can't wait.
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Well, finally got around to snapping a few pics.
That Thermaltake case is large. Did I say large, I mean HUGE! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
[IMG ALT=""]That big black cable is for the USB 3.0 front/top panel and looks kinda funky wrapped around the cooler.
Here is a shot of my whole desk with the funky looking monitor setup. (Samsung 40" 3D 1920/1080@120hz + Asus VG278HE 1920/1080@144hz + Viewsonic VX2835Wm 1920/1200@60hz)
After I get my 27" 2560/1440@120hz monitor, I plan on getting 2 more and have 3 mounted with wall mounts for surround.
Can't wait.

Nice looking rig! I like that case. I am one of the strange people on OCN who doesn't mind some strange shaped plastic on my cases. thumb.gif

Phanteks looks good, The only thing I would say is you might take a bit more time organizing your cables. Re-routing them through the holes will greatly increase airflow in your case.

I know its a pita, but the better your cables are managed, the cooler your equipment runs smile.gif

also at first I thought the tv on the left of the main screen was a picture on the wall! second glance told me otherwise.
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Nice looking rig! I like that case. I am one of the strange people on OCN who doesn't mind some strange shaped plastic on my cases. thumb.gif
Phanteks looks good, The only thing I would say is you might take a bit more time organizing your cables. Re-routing them through the holes will greatly increase airflow in your case.
I know its a pita, but the better your cables are managed, the cooler your equipment runs smile.gif
also at first I thought the tv on the left of the main screen was a picture on the wall! second glance told me otherwise.

Thanks for the Kudo's.
I know it doesn't look like it but I did use every hole I could. I could probably neat it up with some black ties. The main problem was with the length of the Seasonic cables. Especially the CPU power cable. The other short cable is the Thermaltake Level 10 GT USB 3.0 20 pin cable that plugs into the motherboard. I really love that Thermaltake case. I even purchased 5 more HD caddys in Black instead of the snow color. That way I can swap out HD's easily.
I just built this in May/June but already thinking about building another based on the P67. May wait for the GTX700 series cards and next Intel chips first though.

Now the cables in the back of the desk is another thing. There are 20+ outlets, a slew of bricks, 7 port Network Switch, 5 port HDMI switcher, 1000W UPS, etc, etc. I did put the side monitor cables in a cable tube though.

I try not to look behind there too often as it make me nauseated. Here is a side pic.
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Alright, first count me on the Member's list:



Blue in an R4, will get some Blue LEDs to go with it.

Also I did some tinting before mounting:



This good enough?

Also, This much TIM enough?

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