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post #1001 of 6039
I already know what you're talking about but my fan screws won't fit, and if I use ATX screws they don't fit the fan holes.

I got it to work, but I had to drill larger holes into the piece of metal. Also putting it as a pull to the video cards ended up causing lots of pulsating fan noise, I then set it as a push and it's much quieter while moving more air.
post #1002 of 6039
CoolerMaster provided long thin screws that go through the entire 25MM fan and into those small holes. there are instructions on page 13 of the CoolerMaster Cosmos Ultra Tower User Manual that include pictures. It worked well for me. there are two fan positions.
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I have been away on vacation with no internet for a while. and I was just woundering if there was an update on the Cosmos II fan controller. has coolermaster said anythign else about a new fan controller or fans that are "certified" to work with no tick? thanks in advance for any replys. and an FYI, my R4-S2S-124K-GP seem to work still with no tick on medium speed and barely no tick on low speed. you need to have your ear within 1cm to hear it.
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CoolerMaster provided long thin screws that go through the entire 25MM fan and into those small holes. there are instructions on page 13 of the CoolerMaster Cosmos Ultra Tower User Manual that include pictures. It worked well for me. there are two fan positions.

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post #1005 of 6039
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I have been away on vacation with no internet for a while. and I was just woundering if there was an update on the Cosmos II fan controller. has coolermaster said anythign else about a new fan controller or fans that are "certified" to work with no tick? thanks in advance for any replys. and an FYI, my R4-S2S-124K-GP seem to work still with no tick on medium speed and barely no tick on low speed. you need to have your ear within 1cm to hear it.


Still no news on the fan controller fix but they are working on it for looks of it.

 
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OK sounds good. THX for the speedy update!
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Has anyone tested Gelid wings 120mm with this controller?
    
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post #1008 of 6039
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CoolerMaster provided long thin screws that go through the entire 25MM fan and into those small holes. there are instructions on page 13 of the CoolerMaster Cosmos Ultra Tower User Manual that include pictures. It worked well for me. there are two fan positions.

That still doesn't solve my main issue right now. Putting the fan on the outside of that panel as a pull system causes much more air noise. Setting it to push is much quieter, but the screws don't reach.

So I tested with the stock CM fans, makes just boat loads of noise and moves no air, I put my face up to the fan at full voltage and it makes a bunch of noise but not movement. This is with it attached and sitting on my desk. I put in my TB Silence fan which I can not hear unless my ear is next to it, again, moves no air even with it up to my ear and makes much more noise. I might as well cut out a hole for it with a dremel for it to be any use. I took out my front 200mm to put in an AP12-3 and when I put the 200mm on my desk at full voltage I felt barely any movement. Maybe it's best as an exhaust.

The more I work with this case the more I wish I just spent more and got a caselabs. I'm just trying to put some more airflow in my case but there is a obstacle.

I don't want to so soon, but maybe I should just spend the 600 or so dollars and watercool.
post #1009 of 6039
You dont need to spend tons of money and water cool to be cool in this case. I have an I7 980 @ 4.6ghz HT on in this case and it is cooled with a zalman CNPS10X Flex. I am useing delta fans but it was also very cool with some CM blade master fans too. and remember PWM on your CPU means silent at idle ( for soem reason people dont understand what PWM is and how it works and its advantages with a pwm motherboard). when your gameing who cares. you cant hear it anyway. all I have cooling my case is the stock 200 at full speed, and the stock 120's that came with the case and some more R4-S2S-124K-GP (same as the stock 120 but the cables are not black). for a total of eight R4-S2S-124K-GP the 200mm and three pwm fans. (two on the heatsink and an identical one on the rear exhaust all controlled by the pwm)


SO... to sum things up:

three R4-S2S-124K-GP on the top.
two R4-S2S-124K-GP on the side for gpu
two R4-S2S-124K-GP for the lower hdds
one R4-S2S-124K-GP in the center for the gpu
one stock 200 on the front
two pwm fans on the heatsink
one pwm fan on the rear exhaust (same as cpu controled by cpu as well) this helps pull the heat out under heavy load.

when my computer is ideling it is quiet. when I am gameing my cpu fans go up in speed but i cant hear them over my game. I have no problems with heat, and my very overclocked 980 HEX core with HT on stays very cool even under LinX. The stock fans do not suck, and they all move alot of air. I refuse to believe otherwise because I have them and they all work well, even the 200mm. and my gpu fans on the door work fine and do not make noise.

you can spend tons of money makeing a nice water loop. I know I have in the past. but with a top end air cooler and the right pwm fans you can get the same cooling performance. now if you want to make a water loop because it is part of your hobby then go for it. but dont spend the money because you think there is no other way. because you can make your case work very quietly for very cheep.
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post #1010 of 6039
My objective is reducing noise, my temps are perfectly fine. My NH-D14 and my dual 580 lightnings produce most of the noise, the NH-D14 isn't PWM or voltage regulated so I might put two of my Ap15's on it and run them low.

My 580's run on auto fans so when they get hot they run faster so my plan was to push some more air their way to help keep the fans at a lower RPM under load. I'm running a fan profile to only really crank up when they get to the 70c mark, but that only helps so much.

Edit: Sorry for perhaps bringing down the mood. I'm just frustrated trying to reach my goals. I think currently I'll watercool my CPU atleast. I'll then trade my video cards for something else and watercool them later.

I managed to put in my first, slower AP11 and AP13 in the door and it's quiet now and moves air to the GPU's. I put my AP12 in the bottom 120 spot to cool the drives better. It's about as quiet, but my load fan RPM dropped so my load sound is much lower now.
Edited by Crest - 3/7/12 at 12:48am
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