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I have a corded Wave. Not the best but it does the job well and the ergo is pretty decent. I do have the dreaded repeated "R" key, so I have to slow down the rate.




Was looking over the manual and noticed some of the illustrations. One in particular, the case is on its side and looks damn good as a traditional tower thinking.gif.

thats what im doing atm because its too big to fit on my desk lol
and too hot to be under the desk
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post #2582 of 10491
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That is cool, I didn't know about getting one of these and that should work well.
I'll go into the bios and adjust the power on the Molex.

adjust molex power in bios thinking.gif
Im thinking a hardware adjustment;
the red wire in the hole of the yellow wire
and the yellow wire in the hole of the red wire.
This wil make the 12v 2000 rpm to 5v 800~850 rpm.
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you can also do 7v by moving the 5v wire to the ground position
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adjust molex power in bios thinking.gif
Im thinking a hardware adjustment;
the red wire in the hole of the yellow wire
and the yellow wire in the hole of the red wire.
This wil make the 12v 2000 rpm to 5v 800~850 rpm.

I'll have to try that then.

How well do these splitters work?

Fan Y Power

post #2585 of 10491
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I'll have to try that then.

How well do these splitters work?

Fan Y Power

they usually work just fine....I have two of them In my other pc running my R4's
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they usually work just fine....I have two of them In my other pc running my R4's

I may give these a shot, not a fan of Molex and just adds more to the cables.
post #2587 of 10491
I've used a few Y-cables and some hubs w/ multiple R4s (up to eight of them). Just make sure you don't go over the controllers max wattage on a single channel or the psu amperage (check the manual for rail/rails output).
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I may give these a shot, not a fan of Molex and just adds more to the cables.

Have you thought about investing in a good fan controller? I have two 140mm Cougars up front, a 120mm Cougar out back, and I only run my 140's when gaming/benching, which also helps keep the dust down. Not all fan controllers completely turn off though, so if that is something that interests you, pay attention to the specs.

I am tired of looking at this bump. I want a smooth top. Proceed to party.

20130517_232516_zps3b4be6fe.jpg
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I hate that darn bump to. Found a piece of plexiglass an just sat it on top.
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post #2590 of 10491
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Have you thought about investing in a good fan controller? I have two 140mm Cougars up front, a 120mm Cougar out back, and I only run my 140's when gaming/benching, which also helps keep the dust down. Not all fan controllers completely turn off though, so if that is something that interests you, pay attention to the specs.

I am tired of looking at this bump. I want a smooth top. Proceed to party.

20130517_232516_zps3b4be6fe.jpg

I haven't thought about getting a fan controller, about how much do those run?

That is awesome if you can create a flat top panel, I hate that bump on it.
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