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The picture is a bit hard to see as my phone battery was low so i couldnt use flash... but this is why i need the smaller fan i cant see a good way to make it fit with the spacing..


I can rotate the hoses but it doesnt give me but a slightly bit more room on my measurments im about 3/8's too large to fit even angled...i also dont have enough room to offset the back exhaust fan because the case is just made too small... and the motherboard is up too high....hindsight really is 20/20 smile.gif

EDIT: Im thinking if i move the exhaust fan to the outside it might just barely fit.. may try that tomorrow when i get home....
Edited by mfknjadagr8 - 8/26/14 at 7:35pm
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How much does it lower the temperature by?
Most people get anywhere from 5 to 10C depending on case fan setup and airflow and of course the fan matters too some people report more or less... thats just what ive seen with mine and others post here...

As an aside id like to see a water block with single tower heatsink with fittings on top or the sides for the inlet and outlet with spaces for slim fans on it... best of both worlds smile.gif This would also allow for redundancy if the pump failed... i know most people use two pumps in a loop but just throwing out wishes and dreams smile.gif
Edited by mfknjadagr8 - 8/26/14 at 7:33pm
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Most people get anywhere from 5 to 10C depending on case fan setup and airflow and of course the fan matters too some people report more or less... thats just what ive seen with mine and others post here...

As an aside id like to see a water block with single tower heatsink with fittings on top or the sides for the inlet and outlet with spaces for slim fans on it... best of both worlds smile.gif This would also allow for redundancy if the pump failed... i know most people use two pumps in a loop but just throwing out wishes and dreams smile.gif

Well I installed it pulling the air off of the VRM and I am down to 69C at 10 minutes on the stress test using blend rather than small. It doesn't push it as hard as small ttf, but, I realistically don't think my computer is EVER going to be pushed like that so I am comfortable at 4.6 Ghz and am going to stay there... UNLESS ... I get two small 80mm fans on down, one up. Then I might test it again.... But realistically, why should I. I have a kickaz computer. No need to push it I guess. But at least I am stable!!!
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On that note, PWM fans on PWM headers should be your friend. You can create custom fan profiles to fit your needs. thumb.gif
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i <3 aquaero for this
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Dunno if it would help, but I'll comment. looks good. However, have you tried pulling the heat off the VRM? Insead of push. There is some backflow with a pull setup, so they would still be gettin air.

Generally, "pulling air off something" doesn't work unless the item you are trying to pull air from is shrouded (ie. enclosed and isolated with the fan)

The best way to achieve good temps on a heatsink is to blow the coldest air (true ambient air) onto the heatsink.

The other thing to note about my fan placement is where the peak airflow is related to the heatsinks. The highest volumetric flowrate of air coming from the fan is at the outer extremities of the blades.

See the rough CAD of the scenario below where I have illustrated approximate airflow using a transparent blue solid. (only spent 5 mins making so obv its not 100% accurate.)





Air intake into the fans is not a problem as there is plenty of air to be had between the two fans.
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right on! thanks for the illustration. You are the expert when it comes to your machine. I can see that.

My VRM right now is 35c, not too hot to touch. I'm doing the same thing with the side fans, blowing at the VRM/NB. But its probably way louder at 4000 RPM.
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For some reason this 8320 overclocked runs cooler than my 955 at 3.5. Does anyone know why?
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For some reason this 8320 overclocked runs cooler than my 955 at 3.5. Does anyone know why?

955 is 45nm and 8320 is 32nm
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955 is 45nm and 8320 is 32nm

I thought doubling the cores and higher speed would increase power consumption.
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