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Ramsey, what are your cpu temps at idle and load, btw that's a clean build u have, looks very nice!

Thanks for the compliment Tastegw. thumb.gif

I'm on my phone at the moment, so I will post some screens later, but with an ambient of 20C and an OC @ 4.75 with 1.38v, I idle around 32c and at load I think my hottest core was 74c. This is with my new Dark Knight cooler with one fan, my 212 EVO with push/pull fans was about 3-4 degrees cooler as seen on the "maximum temp" record on Real Temp. It's kind of hard to see. Speaking of which, what happened to OCN's full size picture viewer? Screenshots are impossible to see now. mad.gif

Edit: here are some pics. I use IBT because it's quick. When I game my temps across all cores are mid 50's so it's all good. biggrin.gif

Hyper 212 EVO with Push/Pull Blademaster fans (the stock fan on the 212+)



Dark Knight Nighthawk Edition with one push fan:


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wanted to update some pic's. my fan controller finally arrived,along with my 80mm fans for the bottom. i also added a msi gtx670 pe sence last pic's.


Excellent use of Noctua hardware throughout-- you will have fantastic cooling performance with very little noise with that much flow rate in such a small space. I have a very similar all-Noctua setup, and the machine is virtually silent at 100% load with every Noctua fan configured with LNA hardware. I haven't tried ULNA because it's already silent, so why bother?

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post #1733 of 10491
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Originally Posted by toyz72

wanted to update some pic's. my fan controller finally arrived,along with my 80mm fans for the bottom. i also added a msi gtx670 pe sence last pic's.


Excellent use of Noctua hardware throughout-- you will have fantastic cooling performance with very little noise with that much flow rate in such a small space. I have a very similar all-Noctua setup, and the machine is virtually silent at 100% load with every Noctua fan configured with LNA hardware. I haven't tried ULNA because it's already silent, so why bother?

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the only reason i bought the fan controller was because i needed i place to plug in all these fans biggrin.gif
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Realizing that the PSU mounting plate on my HAF XB pulls my Corsair AX850 too far back so that the fan does not center on the filter I made a flush mounting plate by hand. The one im using is made of steel and I also made an extra one out of aluminum. Both work but the rigidity of the steel one far outweighs the aluminum.


This is the steel one that i free hand cut with a dremel which sucks BTW. I also drilled out all of the factory rivets and replaced them with White ones.


This is after paint. it fits, its rigid and now the fan centers nicely over the filter.


Here's the aluminum one which if anyone wants just let me know.... Its not the most beautiful but my router CNC table is out of commission...it fit my AX850 so I assume it will fit others and all the holes line up well
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the back plate turned out pretty nice. mine doesn't line up either,but i figured with it being elevated it didnt really matter. it looks really good though thumb.gif
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just got all the parts from newegg, first time ever building a PC.

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been stalking this thread for along time, was very helpful when building.

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post #1737 of 10491
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Realizing that the PSU mounting plate on my HAF XB pulls my Corsair AX850 too far back so that the fan does not center on the filter I made a flush mounting plate by hand. The one im using is made of steel and I also made an extra one out of aluminum. Both work but the rigidity of the steel one far outweighs the aluminum.


This is the steel one that i free hand cut with a dremel which sucks BTW. I also drilled out all of the factory rivets and replaced them with White ones.


This is after paint. it fits, its rigid and now the fan centers nicely over the filter.


Here's the aluminum one which if anyone wants just let me know.... Its not the most beautiful but my router CNC table is out of commission...it fit my AX850 so I assume it will fit others and all the holes line up well

Haha, looks familiar!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1329750/official-cooler-master-haf-xb-club/10#post_18697779
 
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If someone was able to mass make one of those flat PSU backplates, i'd buy one.
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If someone was able to mass make one of those flat PSU backplates, i'd buy one.

If someone has or knows someone with a water jet table or a CNC plasma cutter it wouldn't be as cost prohibitive as a die set and stamping press. Water jet would be ideal. I wish I had one, they are incredible machines.
 
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If someone has or knows someone with a water jet table or a CNC plasma cutter it wouldn't be as cost prohibitive as a die set and stamping press. Water jet would be ideal. I wish I had one, they are incredible machines.
Yeah no joke. I usually use a router with a CNC table but table is inop....I saw your backplate and thats what gave me the idea.
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