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number 079 checking in! will have pic when my case arrives and build is done! glad to be apart of the brotherhood!
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Anyone got some reading material on how to replace the fan on the ST45SF-G? Thanks

You need these two things:
  • Noiseblocker BlackSilentPro PC-P 80x15 - FrozenCPU or Highflow.nl
  • 3-Pin Standard Fan Connector (Male) to Mini 2-Pin GPU Fan Connector (Female) - ModDIY

If you don't want to order the adapter, you can also solder the wires onto the connector from the original fan. The connector is a "standard" molex part, but I don't know the part number for sure. It's the same type as is used in GPU fans, but then 2-pin.
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So looking for some input on Rads as in what kind would work, as I know that the XSPC ones are what people are flocking towards but has anyone tried the EK-CoolStream PE Rads? They seem to be in the range as others in terms of size at 160 x 130 x 38mm for the 120mm model and 160 x 130 x 38mm for the 240mm one, so I suppose they would fit in there no?

EDIT- Looking closer at the spreadsheet i notice the 120mm will be like .5mm to big lol don't know if that will cause issues tongue.gif

Any input on that would be awesome guys! And thanks in advance thumb.gif
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has anyone tried the EK-CoolStream PE Rads?

They fit fine biggrin.gif

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They fit fine biggrin.gif


HAH! wheee.gif Awesome Wisk that makes my mind up biggrin.gif Looking at prices on Dazmode right now and will be checking other sites too.

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WISK is that in a REV1 or REV2 case?
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so I have pretty well narrowed down everything but the Video card which is still eluding me tongue.gif I am trying to work out how much the little SFX power supply will handle so I don't go overboard on a GPU redface.gif
     
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so I have pretty well narrowed down everything but the Video card which is still eluding me tongue.gif I am trying to work out how much the little SFX power supply will handle so I don't go overboard on a GPU redface.gif

Just for reference, you can run an OC'd 4770k and a Titan on the Silverstone PSU. Probably won't be able to get away with 5 GHz, OC'd GPU, etc., but you can do it.
    
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Intel Core i7-4770k ASUS Maximus VI Impact EVGA GeForce GTX Titan SuperClocked Corsair Dominator Platinum 1866 MHz (16GB) 
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Samsung 840 EVO (240GB) Samsung 840 EVO (240GB) EK Supremacy Copper/Acetal EK-FC-SE Titan w/ Backplate 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Alphacool NexXxos ST30 240mm Alphacool NexXxos ST30 120mm 3x Noiseblocker e-Loop B12-P PWM EK-DDC 3.2 PWM w/ EK X-RES 100 CSQ 
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
Bitspower Matte Black Fittings Primochill LRT Advanced Tubing Windows 8.1 Enterprise x64 Dell U2711 
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Logitech Illuminated Keyboard K800 SilverStone Strider ST45SF-G Compact Splash Logitech Performance Mouse MX 
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Just for reference, you can run an OC'd 4770k and a Titan on the Silverstone PSU. Probably won't be able to get away with 5 GHz, OC'd GPU, etc., but you can do it.

Awesome that is exactly what I plan on using so that means a 280X is still on the table then, but is a 290 or 290X going to be overkill lol thinking.gif
     
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