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Nzxt Tempest Evo"lution" Project

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Hi, im gonna leave here the photos of my case of how it looks and the photos of my new graphic cards that i have bought 1 week ago! Hope you like it! Thanks

Specs: Core I7 - 860 (at 3.6Ghz)
8GB Kingston Hyper-x 1600Mhz
2x 500Gb Samsung (Raid 0)
MSI Big Bang Fuzion
NZXT Sleeved LED Kit - White 2M
5 x Enermax TB Silence 120mm
2 x Enermax TB Silence 140mm
SLI - MSI Gtx 570 Twin Frozzr III Power Edition O/c
DVD LG 24X
Noctua NH-U12P
Seasonic M12D 850W
NZXT Tempest EVO

My Cards

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My Computer Case

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post #2 of 7
Looks great! thumb.gif
post #3 of 7
Thread Starter 
thanks tried to give a simple aspect not too many christmas lights!! thumb.gif
post #4 of 7
Are the fans you used are PWMs?
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Originally Posted by mksteez View Post

Are the fans you used are PWMs?

sorry but i dont understand what do you mean by pwms!! redface.gif
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Originally Posted by Dakhanavar View Post

sorry but i dont understand what do you mean by pwms!! redface.gif

Google my friend!

Pulse-width modulation

Pulse-width modulation (PWM) is a common method of controlling computer fans. A PWM capable fan is usually connected to a 4-pin connector (pinout: Ground, +12V, sense, control). The sense pin is used to measure the rotation speed of the fan and the control pin is a open-drain or open-collector output, which requires a pull-up to 5V or 3.3V in the fan. Unlike linear voltage regulation, where the fan voltage is proportional to the speed, the fan is driven with a constant supply voltage; the speed control is performed by the fan based on the control signal.

The control signal is a square wave operating at 25kHz, with the duty cycle determining the fan speed. Typically a fan can be driven between about 30% and 100% of the rated fan speed, using a signal with up to 100% duty cycle. The exact speed behaviour (linear, off until a threshold value, or a minimum speed until a threshold) at low control levels is manufacturer-dependent.[3]
My System
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
2600k @ 4814.0MHz GA-Z68X-UD3R-B3 2 x GTX 560 ti GEIL 16GB 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
2x WD CB 500gb 16MB Cache, In Raid 0 black one. 7 ULTIMATE x64 Flat ones, 
PowerCase
Corsair Professional Series HX1050 "Corsair Carnage" 
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My System
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
2600k @ 4814.0MHz GA-Z68X-UD3R-B3 2 x GTX 560 ti GEIL 16GB 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
2x WD CB 500gb 16MB Cache, In Raid 0 black one. 7 ULTIMATE x64 Flat ones, 
PowerCase
Corsair Professional Series HX1050 "Corsair Carnage" 
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post #7 of 7
Looks great man, love that simplistic side panel thumb.gif
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