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My camera does not do it Justice... SHES FINISHED!! And yes there is a clear side window on there wink.gif



Awesome!!!1!

Our cases are like Luke Skywalker vs. Darth Vader. Except mine is nowhere near on the order of magnitude of awesome that is.
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Add me, please!

OCN name: dbranger94
CPU: i5-3570k (lapped and polished)
Method: Vice
on die-TIM: Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Shin-Etsu X23-7783D
Mhz gained: None, Yet! (Did it to lower temps in HTPC)
OC after delid: 4.5 GHz
Temp drops: 26C and falling...
Cooling: Xigmatek HDT-SD964 lapped and polished, w/two Scythe 92mm PWM fans (push/pull)
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2758102

-snip
BTW, the vice method is awesome! Took less than a minute...

Should post that in the how to so I can add you to the spreadsheet! so far 100% success rate! with 0 deaths!

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My camera does not do it Justice... SHES FINISHED!! And yes there is a clear side window on there wink.gif
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Looks sweet! My second 7950 just came in and it has Hynix's!!! yay!! can't wait to try it out.
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Make board temps worse? I don't think you know very much about it honestly. TheSabertooth Z77 armor has two miniature, i think 40 mm fans on it at key points, so it pushes air under the armour, therefore you have a channel of air, instead of just having an open volume of air where some may or most likely won't stick near your board taking heat along with it. A channelized amount of air allows it to propel wind directly over the board. It also comes with 12 temperature sensors. I can pretty much guarentee it does better. When people here the word "armour" they think it's too protect from blunt force. The armour in this case is only there to make the air flow directly over the board.

Not to mention 4 fan controller ports, plus 2 ports for the two fans that connect to the thermal armour I mentioned. Plus the CPU fan port. Including the power supply's fan, even though it doesn't enter the case's atmosphere. I'm at 17 fans strong.

Gonna get 3 delta fans and put 2 of them on my radiator on the bottom in the inside of the case. Not on top since they can cut fingers. Need to buy one though and experiment with it before I realize if I want something so loud, but people say they aren't annoying on low power.

Also, as for looks, tell me this doesn't look awesome.


The amount of air that the 40mm fan would actually would push is worthless. A normal board in a case with fans would have far more airflow over it than what that 40mm fan could do.

Cant say I blame you for taking that pic down.
 
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Originally Posted by dbranger94 View Post

Add me, please!

OCN name: dbranger94
CPU: i5-3570k (lapped and polished)
Method: Vice
on die-TIM: Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Shin-Etsu X23-7783D
Mhz gained: None, Yet! (Did it to lower temps in HTPC)
OC after delid: 4.5 GHz
Temp drops: 26C and falling...
Cooling: Xigmatek HDT-SD964 lapped and polished, w/two Scythe 92mm PWM fans (push/pull)
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2758102




BTW, the vice method is awesome! Took less than a minute...

You're In! thumb.gif Sorry that took so long! tongue.gif but you can now wear your Sig in proud honor~!
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My camera does not do it Justice... SHES FINISHED!! And yes there is a clear side window on there wink.gif



Nice!

I need to do some 3d modelling of my ideas.... anyone got any idea on what program to use?
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The amount of air that the 40mm fan would actually would push is worthless. A normal board in a case with fans would have far more airflow over it than what that 40mm fan could do.

I disagree. In an open environment, yes, it wouldn't push much, but if you're pushing into a small volume of air between the PCB and motherboard components and the armor above which is a gap less than probably half an inch. Plus those small fans get up to going past 6000 rpms. The value of your fans size is directly relevant to the volume of space you're pushing the air into.
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Make board temps worse? I don't think you know very much about it honestly. TheSabertooth Z77 armor has two miniature, i think 40 mm fans on it at key points, so it pushes air under the armour, therefore you have a channel of air, instead of just having an open volume of air where some may or most likely won't stick near your board taking heat along with it. A channelized amount of air allows it to propel wind directly over the board. It also comes with 12 temperature sensors. I can pretty much guarentee it does better. When people here the word "armour" they think it's too protect from blunt force. The armour in this case is only there to make the air flow directly over the board.

Not to mention 4 fan controller ports, plus 2 ports for the two fans that connect to the thermal armour I mentioned. Plus the CPU fan port. Including the power supply's fan, even though it doesn't enter the case's atmosphere. I'm at 17 fans strong.

Gonna get 3 delta fans and put 2 of them on my radiator on the bottom in the inside of the case. Not on top since they can cut fingers. Need to buy one though and experiment with it before I realize if I want something so loud, but people say they aren't annoying on low power.

Also, as for looks, tell me this doesn't look awesome.


Looking around on the web can't find any actual numbers, although most sabertooth owners who have other boards as well say it makes no difference, not hotter or cooler than a board without the thermal armor.
Although 1 post did mention that when you drop a screw & it goes under the armor, then it becomes a nuisance.

So if you like the look it's all good, but it doesn't really do anything for board temps (unproven, but I am 100% sure an armorless board with good airflow around it will be as good if not better).
    
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Looking around on the web can't find any actual numbers, although most sabertooth owners who have other boards as well say it makes no difference, not hotter or cooler than a board without the thermal armor.
Although 1 post did mention that when you drop a screw & it goes under the armor, then it becomes a nuisance.

So if you like the look it's all good, but it doesn't really do anything for board temps (unproven, but I am 100% sure an armorless board with good airflow around it will be as good if not better).

The way I see it, it's not gonna help your cpu and that's the only thing besides your gpu where heat is gonna be most likely an issue, so true, it's not gonna help you push anything out of your overclock. However, I do think it helps the life of the board because I do think it keeps the more miscellanious parts of the motherboard cool. It's simple physics that a small amount of air being forced into a confined space is gonna have a lot more wind power than if i just take same fan and sit it in the middle of a room. So for extending the life of the boad I think it's great. And it's possible it could help attain a small advantage in overclclocking, but I wouldn't be surprised if it didn't. Yeah, I guess we'll never know, I would like to know the numbers too. I know the board comes with a five year warranty. Doesn't mean dick when you bend the cpu pins though I found out. frown.gif

Plus I like having so many fan controller ports. 2 for the cpu,which is standard, 2 for the armour's fans and then 4 general fan controller ports? How many other board's have that many?


Also, I had a question I was wondering if you guys could help me with. My case fan that sits above my pcie ports and on the back of the tower case, it pulls air out, so does my radiator, should i turn it around to pull air in and this up and into the radiator? Even though i have 3 80 mm fans i electrical taped together to pull air in the front top of the case, which evnetually goes to the radiator. Should this back fan be a exhaust or intake? The radiator is right next to it, but the general design is pull air in from front and then out top and back. It's a ****ty fan now, its kinda slow, but eventually I want to replace it, so maybe when it's more powerful it'd be better to have it suck air in that the radiator can use?
Edited by shamanik1320 - 4/5/13 at 10:55pm
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I disagree. In an open environment, yes, it wouldn't push much, but if you're pushing into a small volume of air between the PCB and motherboard components and the armor above which is a gap less than probably half an inch. Plus those small fans get up to going past 6000 rpms. The value of your fans size is directly relevant to the volume of space you're pushing the air into.

That 6000rpm fan pushes almost no air, most push around 6-7cfm in that range. Even a 15000rpm delta only pushes around 26-27cfm. At best those are open air specs and when you add restrictions it will be less. I dont see the armor as nothing more than for looks. If you like it then no biggie, I just don't see any valued reason to have it.
 
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You're In! thumb.gif Sorry that took so long! tongue.gif but you can now wear your Sig in proud honor~!
Nice!

I need to do some 3d modelling of my ideas.... anyone got any idea on what program to use?
Definately Cinema 4d, free trial from distributor. MAXON.NET

It is the most user friendly Professional 3D software out there!

I've have been using it since 2007 and studied it in college, Animation, Advanced Animation, Advanced Compositing.


Plus i would be available to help you get started. val- i dont make this offer often but i imagine we could design some amazing rigs.

other artwork by TonicX at http://www.overclock.net/t/1372332/wood-case-designer-spitball#post_19556819
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Nice, that should be a blast!
I see it just the opposite, it wouldn't be as bad if all the plastic was gone. I can't see the thermal armor helping anything, would likely make board temps worse, & I just can't like it for looks.
Nothing against your board, a personal thing for me, I'm just not feeling the thermal armor.
I have to get another 990fx board, had what is supposed to be a good 8150 here for like a year that I haven't really tried yet.
Gonna have to play some 3d11 physics, pretty sure I can beat a 3570, not sure if 3770k is beatable....

biggrin.gif 990fx is fan, for ram megahurz and cpu-z.

Hey, do you know if I can submit any result from that Intel event thing? Or do I need to take my own board for that, cause mine's screwed. (I do have ram and a 3770k, does that count?)
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...I think there's also a mod on OCN for 690ies to make Quadro xxxx out of them (just in case your heart desires that...)...involves some cutting here, some soldering there...right up your alley smile.gif

You're mistaking my case with a gpu...I'm broke, how could I afford a gtx 690? biggrin.gif
...and you mean, mod it into a Tesla k10? Curious....
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My camera does not do it Justice... SHES FINISHED!! And yes there is a clear side window on there wink.gif



Looking good, those res thingies look like candy bars biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by shamanik1320 View Post

Make board temps worse? I don't think you know very much about it honestly. TheSabertooth Z77 armor has two miniature, i think 40 mm fans on it at key points, so it pushes air under the armour, therefore you have a channel of air, instead of just having an open volume of air where some may or most likely won't stick near your board taking heat along with it. A channelized amount of air allows it to propel wind directly over the board. It also comes with 12 temperature sensors. I can pretty much guarentee it does better. When people here the word "armour" they think it's too protect from blunt force. The armour in this case is only there to make the air flow directly over the board.

Not to mention 4 fan controller ports, plus 2 ports for the two fans that connect to the thermal armour I mentioned. Plus the CPU fan port. Including the power supply's fan, even though it doesn't enter the case's atmosphere. I'm at 17 fans strong.

Gonna get 3 delta fans and put 2 of them on my radiator on the bottom in the inside of the case. Not on top since they can cut fingers. Need to buy one though and experiment with it before I realize if I want something so loud, but people say they aren't annoying on low power.

Also, as for looks, tell me this doesn't look awesome.


You need to lose the pata/ide hard drive (if it's a hard drive), that ribbon cable wrecks airflow inside your case. You also need to do some cable management to improve airflow and lose the 80mm fans and grab better 120 or 140mm units. They'll move more air whilst being silent. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

You're In! thumb.gif Sorry that took so long! tongue.gif but you can now wear your Sig in proud honor~!
Nice!

I need to do some 3d modelling of my ideas.... anyone got any idea on what program to use?

Sketchup, learn to use it, it's amazing biggrin.gif
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