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Can anyone suggest me a good Z77 mobo with a lot of overclocking headroom?
Stinger or P8z77-I
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Can anyone suggest me a good Z77 mobo with a lot of overclocking headroom?

I wasn't sure for a while if my ASRock Z77E ITX was limiting my overclocking potential, but after hitting 5.2GHz last night I can safely say it's a good board for overclocking with.
post #3473 of 11741
just wondering, how do you guys organize multiple fans to each fan header? I'll have 2x120mm spectre, 1x230mm spectre, 1xnoiseblocker pwm for exhaust, and 1x xigmatek pwm for cpu.

there are only 2 four pin headers on the mobo. possible to organize all my fans so that they can be speed controlled?
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just wondering, how do you guys organize multiple fans to each fan header? I'll have 2x120mm spectre, 1x230mm spectre, 1xnoiseblocker pwm for exhaust, and 1x xigmatek pwm for cpu.
there are only 2 four pin headers on the mobo. possible to organize all my fans so that they can be speed controlled?

Fan controller -> $17
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Or, BitFenix 3 pin splitters - $9.
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Or, BitFenix 3 pin splitters - $9.

^ This guy knows how to sell a product tongue.gif

and yeah. There's lots of ways to do it, just think a bit
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^ This guy knows how to sell a product tongue.gif
and yeah. There's lots of ways to do it, just think a bit
for example? Sorry I have no precedent for this so I'm not even sure where to start.
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Fan controller -> $17
which controller is that? How many fans will it do?
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for example? Sorry I have no precedent for this so I'm not even sure where to start.

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which controller is that? How many fans will it do?

I just use the Scythe Kaze Q (3.5in, 4 channel)

Depending where you live, different hardware will be available for different prices

Assuming you put the xigmatek on the CPU fan header, and put the other 4 on the PWM header, you could probably make do with 3 fan splitters (from any brand, sorry xbournex tongue.gif )

Option 1: Fan splitters directly off the case fan header, PWM
Option 2: Fan controller (do your research, there's lots of possibilities)
Option 3: Running 12V->7V adapters on your fans (permanent, but cheap)
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post #3480 of 11741
Option 3 isn't permanent. If you know how to change the molex connections, they can be 5V, 7V, or 12V depending on how you connect the molex.
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