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I remember someone thinking that this was a hint at a new product from NZXT, but it really just looks like Dwood's fan bracket.

yes it is biensur DWOOD tripp TTT who made the support, but this is the first mod with Kraken x40
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Look you wonderful ray of sunshine. MartinLabs' reviews are the absolute best. He does exactly what you just specified, on TOP of all the other testing. he tests all the fans in the same environment.

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2010/11/04/120mm-fan-testing-on-an-mcr120-radiator-round-6-summary/2/
Good link, It's been years since I looked at it. I applaud the disciplined test prcodures and the amount of work that took.

It's a shame my favorite Cooler Master Excalibur did poorly on the noise test.
They, like most, test the intake noise from 6" away. I use it for an exhaust fan, so they are testing the wrong end for me.

The Excalibur is good for radiator Push, as it has good static pressure. As I move a second one in place for Pull, I notice a ringing as it gets close. A wire ring finger guard breaks up that resonance. The resonance must be due to the bend (double pitch) of the blade. A wire ring finger guard breaks up that resonance. I saw a Noise blocker with a wire ring guard, is this typical for them?

Right now I'm using 1 of the Excalibur to replace 2 fans on the Antec H20 920. Also for the Thermal Take Water2.0 Pro. Both of these are double thick (~48mm) 120mm radiators.

The TT Water2.0 Pro stock fans are nice, when vertical. Move that rad horizontal and these fans vibrate, and ring a bit more. If I unplug one fan the noise drops. (I kept the 12v out of the results by using different cables from the power supply.)

I played with different fans on those rads. Generally, adding a second fan slows down the first one about 50-100 RPM, as reported by the mother boards monitor. The Pull is more affected than the push and gets more noisy. The extra thick rad should eliminate air interference patterns, I think. A fan shroud (gutted shell of an120mm - 25mm thick) seem to help with some.

So some things are not covered.
1. Noise measured for fan intake and exhaust.
2. Noise for Fan mounted in radiator Push and Pull.
3. Noise and vibration for vertical, horizontal mounting air flow up and down.
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Hey guys.......just in need of your opinion(s)

2x GTX 680 DCII's SLI (standard 3-slot spacing)

Would it be possible to use 2x H60's or H2O 620's to cool them?

I plan on using 2x 140mm to 120mm reducers on the front 140mm intakes to mount both rads (I just sent a pm to Dwood concerning mounting hardware)

Below is a pic of my current setup, does anyone see any major red-flags before I go ahead and order a pair of AIO's?

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Just saying this thread is really sweet lol
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Well, y'all can officially add me to the list! My only problem now is I dont have anymore of those long screws, so I can't run push pull frown.gif Where can I find them?

Here's the build thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1352016/evga-560ti-ds-sc-mod-with-antec-620

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post #3196 of 8616
S@wyer, both those coolers should work just fine inside your right. One thing you should check is the length of the hoses to reach the front of your case.

I really like the look of your case, very nice thumb.gif
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S@wyer, both those coolers should work just fine inside your right. One thing you should check is the length of the hoses to reach the front of your case.

I really like the look of your case, very nice thumb.gif

Thank you!!!

Yeah, on Dwood's recommendation, I will try to dig up some discount-priced Antec 620's (13" hose length)
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I used
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Thank you!!!

Yeah, on Dwood's recommendation, I will try to dig up some discount-priced Antec 620's (13" hose length)

I used the H55 model from corsair. Nice length on the cables and the unit itself is really flat

Couldn't find the 620 in Stock
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Ok, I need some help please overkillers.



Here is my setup, now, the stock fan is in with the cover. Do I setup a user defined fan profile to help the vram cooling or is it safe to leave it just as it is?

That small red fan makes a bit of a humming noise.
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Try min fan, if no artifacting then your good.
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