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post #121 of 1388
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Will try that an post shortly. By the way, have a chance with NewEgg to return 120 mm cougar fans for PWM....doesn't help the radiator, but was thinking at least the case/hdd fans can go PWM to AQ5 reducing load there..any thoughts?
Also, the 120 MM fan next to back of motherboard, what if I just connect that to PWM Chassis Socket of the motherboard...beats running 4 feet of wiring and desoldering behind sticker..?
And set that single fan for EVGA control..kind of tilting the build here...but a thought.
post #122 of 1388
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only 11 there...heh
Edited by Seanimus - 11/28/12 at 9:06pm
post #123 of 1388
If you wanted it hot-rod-like, you could do WWWWWWROOYRW.
post #124 of 1388
Scribed , as I'm waiting to see what fans and pump pressure you settle on with this rad since I'm building a similar setup
post #125 of 1388
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Getting too bright now..toning it down a bit in this shot. Its no longer transient for the build..remember the mobo is also toned down with 3M.


Maybe a single orange as WWGRRORRGWWW. will try that next.
Edited by Seanimus - 11/28/12 at 9:06pm
post #126 of 1388
I think it looks better offset instead of centered, don't you? If you want to tone it down, maybe WWWWWWGRROGW?
post #127 of 1388
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Ok. Electrocutor see question in post 121
post #128 of 1388
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Originally Posted by Seanimus View Post

Ok. Electrocutor see question in post 121
You mean about using PWM fans for non-rads? I've personally not bought any PWM 120 Cougars so I wouldn't know how they compare, but as for the wiring to motherboard, I see no problem since they really are just for extra air flow and don't need any kind of special water temp-sensor reaction. I'm not sure if the Aquaero can or ever will be able to read HDD temps to control PWM speed.
post #129 of 1388
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Yea..PWM just for reducing load on AQ5's (2 of them now/whenever aquatuning wakes up).
Think i need one more red below the orange to tone orange down further...

Edited by Seanimus - 11/28/12 at 9:06pm
post #130 of 1388
seems too much white maybe too; WWWWGRRRORGW?
Edited by Electrocutor - 9/16/12 at 7:52pm
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