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It will be published when the website goes live, as this is the first product that features these new fans.

Ahh okay awesome to know thanks! smile.gif

So I'm guessing that these new fans will be able to be purchased separately from the case as well if we want to know more?

Thanks again for the info.
     
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Hi George am from Saudi Arabia in Middle East ,can i buy this case from us and sent to me dirct ship ,cuz if i use the shipping myus.com company its almost 267$+the price of the case.
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@MacClipper: A picture of the motherbosard tray, please?
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Guys

I have a question regarding fan control with Corsair Link for my soon-to-be new build in the 900D. I haven't used Corsair Link before and I know lots of people have reported major problems but I think the idea of it is fantastic and I'd love to try and get it to work for me.

I want to run two 480 rads each in push-pull so that's sixteen fans right there before I look at case fans. I want to create two 'groups', each being one rad with its eight fans, and control them using Corsair Link.

George very kindly posted his full component list a while back and included links to some interesting looking power distribution blocks (see below).

My question is, does using these blocks allow Corsair Link to control the fans as groups? For the life of me I can't see how. Sure, the block will get its power from the molex or PCIE cable but how will Corsair Link communicate with the fans and adjust them as necessary? I'm either being stupid or I'm hoping to do something that can't be done!

The only other way I could see to do it is to have two Cooling Nodes for each rad, each running four fans. I'm quite prepared to do that if that's the only way but if George was using those power distribution blocks, they must be doing something worthwhile!

If anyone could briefly explain I'd be most grateful. Mock if you will wink.gif
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Guys

I have a question regarding fan control with Corsair Link for my soon-to-be new build in the 900D. I haven't used Corsair Link before and I know lots of people have reported major problems but I think the idea of it is fantastic and I'd love to try and get it to work for me.

I want to run two 480 rads each in push-pull so that's sixteen fans right there before I look at case fans. I want to create two 'groups', each being one rad with its eight fans, and control them using Corsair Link.

George very kindly posted his full component list a while back and included links to some interesting looking power distribution blocks (see below).

My question is, does using these blocks allow Corsair Link to control the fans as groups? For the life of me I can't see how. Sure, the block will get its power from the molex or PCIE cable but how will Corsair Link communicate with the fans and adjust them as necessary? I'm either being stupid or I'm hoping to do something that can't be done!

The only other way I could see to do it is to have two Cooling Nodes for each rad, each running four fans. I'm quite prepared to do that if that's the only way but if George was using those power distribution blocks, they must be doing something worthwhile!

If anyone could briefly explain I'd be most grateful. Mock if you will wink.gif

As far as i know, Corsair Link has some ports for the fans and working trough USB 2.0 port on motherboard, so it controls the Voltage and it's incompatible with more than some quantity of fans (UKNOWN quantity).... You can control your fans by Link any fan controller with Temp Sensor, something like Lamptron FC Touch (30W per channel, almost inlimited quantity of fans). When temp is growing, Link or Touch should turn the fans up (it means auto control by temp in some place). Or buy the fan splitters and connect the fans to any port on the mottherboard, not more than 3 at one port.

But it's just totally stupid to have noisy rig with 20 fans (16 on the rads + 3 on the front + 1 on the back, DON'T FORGET). Get the controller and slow them down to a constant RPM, maybe for a noiseless level at ~500-600 rpm. I'm not even sure than you really need to change rpm with dual 480, but...if your room temp goes higher or lower differently every time, any controller will help you.

What's your future build specs? One cpu + one GPU = noiseless, if the hard drives are quiet like WD Green or WD Red. With two GPU noiseless with a nice temp but without endless overclocking (and that's bad too because can kill your graphics cards, also you don't really need to overclock them too high and turn fans high)

My opinion:
buy Corsair Link or Lamptron Touch
buy fan splitter cables
buy quiet fans (BitFenix Spectre \ Corsair 120 Quiet \ Swiftech new fans \ Noiseblocker \ BeQuiet Silent Wings 2\ any fan not higher than 1200 rpm and without motor noise, DO NOT buy any Phobya or CoolerMaster)
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Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge View Post

It will be published when the website goes live, as this is the first product that features these new fans.

How close are you to releasing the 900D.
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How close are you to releasing the 900D.

Seriously man... Just check the last few pages before asking questions. Or at the very least, check CorsairGeorge's post history.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1297712/mc-corsair-corsair-900d-godzilla-unveiled/2850#post_19431409
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Thanks for replying, Master Freez. Ideally I’m looking to run all my fans off Corsair Link without a separate fan controller. Perhaps if George gets a chance he could quickly explain the fan connections and controls in that demo rig.

I definitely don’t want a noisy rig! I’ve already bought Corsair SP120 Quiets for the rads and they’ll be in push-pull so I can run them at a low rpm for low noise.

The rest of my build is Asus MVF, 3570k, 16GB Dominator Platinum 1866, MSI R7950 TFIII OC V2 (a second will be added later), Corsair AX860i PSU, Bitspower tube res and compression fittings, Samsung 830 256GB boot drive, 1TB WD Green for storage, D5 pump and XSPC top. The waterblocks are Heatkiller Rev 3.0 for the CPU and Heatkiller 79x0 for the GPU. I'm leaning towards Watercool's HTSF2 LTX rads to keep the visual theme going. Some say they're not brilliant but I've read they work as well as any with low RPM fans.

I know some will say two 480 rads is overkill for the spec but I want to build it with future upgrades in mind and let’s face it, the 900D has plenty of space for them!

I’ll be doing some overclocking but nothing too extreme to start with. It’s something I haven’t done much of before, so want to take small steps with it!

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As far as i know, Corsair Link has some ports for the fans and working trough USB 2.0 port on motherboard, so it controls the Voltage and it's incompatible with more than some quantity of fans (UKNOWN quantity).... You can control your fans by Link any fan controller with Temp Sensor, something like Lamptron FC Touch (30W per channel, almost inlimited quantity of fans). When temp is growing, Link or Touch should turn the fans up (it means auto control by temp in some place). Or buy the fan splitters and connect the fans to any port on the mottherboard, not more than 3 at one port.

But it's just totally stupid to have noisy rig with 20 fans (16 on the rads + 3 on the front + 1 on the back, DON'T FORGET). Get the controller and slow them down to a constant RPM, maybe for a noiseless level at ~500-600 rpm. I'm not even sure than you really need to change rpm with dual 480, but...if your room temp goes higher or lower differently every time, any controller will help you.

What's your future build specs? One cpu + one GPU = noiseless, if the hard drives are quiet like WD Green or WD Red. With two GPU noiseless with a nice temp but without endless overclocking (and that's bad too because can kill your graphics cards, also you don't really need to overclock them too high and turn fans high)

My opinion:
buy Corsair Link or Lamptron Touch
buy fan splitter cables
buy quiet fans (BitFenix Spectre \ Corsair 120 Quiet \ Swiftech new fans \ Noiseblocker \ BeQuiet Silent Wings 2\ any fan not higher than 1200 rpm and without motor noise, DO NOT buy any Phobya or CoolerMaster)
radiators: Alphacool UT-60, full copper and 60 mm thick.
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