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use the drill/hole punch bit. punch through leaving very little connected, attach the cutting wheel sever the bits left holding it, attach the sanding bit and go to town biggrin.gif

slightly less violent sparks that way

Ugh should have thought of that. Anyway I cut out what I needed for the VRM fans, took less time to cut itout then it did to puncture the first time. I did use a crap of the cutting wheel though. Now I need to sand the edges then make some measurements.

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And remember,two times measure one time cut.biggrin.gif
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use the drill/hole punch bit. punch through leaving very little connected, attach the cutting wheel sever the bits left holding it, attach the sanding bit and go to town biggrin.gif

slightly less violent sparks that way
the cutting wheels I used weren't very slow but I wasn't afraid to run Em hot smile.gif I've exploded a few from overheating before it's not too bad nothing I would do on a finished product but for cutting out a piece of sheet metal I'll be refinishing anyway I'm not skeered...plus sparks have never bothered me much aside from the fact I hate the.smell of burning arm and eyebrows lol
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the cutting wheels I used weren't very slow but I wasn't afraid to run Em hot smile.gif I've exploded a few from overheating before it's not too bad nothing I would do on a finished product but for cutting out a piece of sheet metal I'll be refinishing anyway I'm not skeered...plus sparks have never bothered me much aside from the fact I hate the.smell of burning arm and eyebrows lol

Haha yeah that smell won't leave me. Gonna need an early shower to get rid of the burning smell.
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And remember,two times measure one time cut.biggrin.gif

Yup I'll be doing that for any important piece of object. This thing isn't important at all which is why I just went at it without making that many measurements. It's barely longer than my 3 50mm fans making it a perfect size for my VRM.
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I know. But with fan controller i keep them uner control.biggrin.gif

They are not loud at 1200 rpm and they are moving lot of air.

I did mistake and demount original jetflos 140mm. + two of 120mm

Temps are just few degrees lower with ultra kaze

I use Ultra Kaze's too. They out perform my Helix's, SP120 High Performance Editions and even my Noctua NF-F12's although they can be much louder if left to run on their own. A fan controller tames them. I use them with an H220.
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Yep,lets forgot about voltages,but just for now.biggrin.gif:thumb:

I will try tonight 5Ghz with 1,425 vcore.
I am certain it will pass.

P.S. It crash on 1,41.

EDIT: Cooling is Cooler master Nepton 280l with four ultra kaze 3000rpm.

OMG, you should tie it to your desk or something or it maybe takes off tongue.gif

You also need some ear plugs because those things can get really loud.

Why 4 fans if i may ask?
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I use Ultra Kaze's too. They out perform my Helix's, SP120 High Performance Editions and even my Noctua NF-F12's although they can be much louder if left to run on their own. A fan controller tames them. I use them with an H220.

They outperform it and they are much cheaper.

Getting them is no brainer,at least for me.

Noise is subjective matter anyway.biggrin.gif

You can almost feel power of cooling when they go full speed.biggrin.gif
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OMG, you should tie it to your desk or something or it maybe takes off tongue.gif

You also need some ear plugs because those things can get really loud.

Why 4 fans if i may ask?

Push/pull but there is no need for that i think.
Difference is so little.

And for do that i must put rad on wierd place because it cannot fit on top with 4 kaze.
Lose one whole day of preparing and now i will revert back as it was.

It cool little better yes but not what i expected. So reverting back on starting positions.
Edited by hawker-gb - 1/15/15 at 3:09pm
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I don't get it.

What's the point of people buying high rpm fans, to only turn them down to acceptable speeds.
I find my 1850 rpm Typhoon's to be too much already.

Then again, I am for silence.

that's very simple, because high rpm fans deliver more static pressure at lower speed than low rpm fans at max speed.

So in order to keep it cool and quiet you need to have higher rpm fans that can be turned down a tad so the noise is acceptable for you and still have plenty of cooling capacity.
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I use them in push/pull because of how extremely efficient they are in that setup. I don't need to crank them up and they are awesome. My FX-8350 overwhelms my H220 with 8 cores at 4.8 and above with 1.5v and up. These are the only fans that will keep that rad and built res. cool enough. I need more rad of course but in the mean time this solves my problem. These are just great fans. wink.gif
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