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How about a teaser of Pictures from another Package I got??



A Box From Frozen CPU



Very Well Packaged.



See all the items in the Box??



A Pair of pin crimper's that will crimp till 10AWG wire



2 Akasa USB Ports that has a white gace will use these with the storage server and the TVPC



A card reader for Main PC that also has a white face.



A Monster 120mm White Rad



a Different View of my Monster 120mm White Rad



Some Pin Removers and pins..



2 Brackets to hold my AQ5 Lt's



a XSPC D-5 Pump



Another Free Bottle opener



Noise Blocker 140mm PMW fans.



Noise Blocker 140mm PMW fans.

Just some more Excessive Insanity..

Don't forget


And Hellfire Toy's
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dude you're killing me!!! mad.gif
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YO! poke.gif

You have any recommenadtions for 140mm fans that aren't PWM, seeing as I'm using that Lamptron watercooling controller now?

HIGH, HIGH, HIGHER, HIGHEST static pressure is my only requirement, other that being solid black. rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif

(I mean unless I can get away with plugging the PWM fans into the 3-pin header in the controller, in which case I already know what I want to use!)

I ask because I painted the first two blades of those Akasa Vipers, and the weight is probably not a good thing. I'm feeling a early motor burnout because of it....
Plus I don't trust those push bearings holding after only having to pop them out!




Danke!

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Where do you plan to use those 120.1 monsta rads?
    
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Where do you plan to use those 120.1 monsta rads?

That is going on the Motherboard tray for the file/media server to cool the CPU
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YO! poke.gif

You have any recommenadtions for 140mm fans that aren't PWM, seeing as I'm using that Lamptron watercooling controller now?

HIGH, HIGH, HIGHER, HIGHEST static pressure is my only requirement, other that being solid black. rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif



Danke!

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Not yet but might have something for you tonight..

Got tired of hearing the fan scream on my test bench power supply. I see why I bought it so cheap. going to take it apart and either put new fan or put fan controller on it.












Thank god for a Microcenter close by!!! going to change out the fan swith a much quieter one. They have NF-R8-1800 80mm Case Fan in stock and I will put a controller on it to keep noise levels down!! But it is rated at up to 17db so should not hear it.

I dont know if anyone has used the below Item but I absolutely love mine. they will not strip out a screw you are putting in a fan but will still drive wood screws. I highly recommend everyone get one of these they are not expensive but worth more than you pay this is for sure.




Off to Microcenter now...

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That is going on the Motherboard tray for the file/media server to cool the CPU

If you plan to use fans with that monsta in P/P config, you might run into space issues. (Crazy thought seeing it's a TX10)

But if you mount that in the 120 fan hole of the MOBO tray with 2 fans, My guess is that you will run into a conflict with ram or something coming up from the MOBO. Just a heads up. smile.gif
    
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I dont know if anyone has used the below Item but I absolutely love mine. they will not strip out a screw you are putting in a fan but will still drive wood screws. I highly recommend everyone get one of these they are not expensive but worth more than you pay this is for sure.



Do these have a good amount of torque in them? Using self tapping screws in fans is sometimes a difficult task, particularly tapping in to the rubber on the Corsair AF and SP series fans
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Do these have a good amount of torque in them? Using self tapping screws in fans is sometimes a difficult task, particularly tapping in to the rubber on the Corsair AF and SP series fans

I use that thing's big brother, the Black & Decker model LDX112C-2.....
I can't speak for his, but other that being just a smidge too big to work inside an S3 carcass, the one I have is BANGIN' for drilling, all kinds of screwing, and pretty much anything. Lowe's had a wicked sale on them too!

EDIT: That combo has two batteries, the one at Lowe's only had one, and the rapid wall charger as well. Still, either way!

Thanks - T
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If you plan to use fans with that monsta in P/P config, you might run into space issues. (Crazy thought seeing it's a TX10)

But if you mount that in the 120 fan hole of the MOBO tray with 2 fans, My guess is that you will run into a conflict with ram or something coming up from the MOBO. Just a heads up. smile.gif

I hope I have room to put this on the motherboard try in a TX-10 but you and I will find out for sure sooner or later.. Sooner I hope!!!

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Do these have a good amount of torque in them? Using self tapping screws in fans is sometimes a difficult task, particularly tapping in to the rubber on the Corsair AF and SP series fans

Yes this would work for that I have used it to drive screws in a piece of 2 X 4 to put rad mounts on it and it did it with no problem. But it also lets you know when screws for the fans are tight enough and you dont have to worry about stripping them out.

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I use that thing's big brother, the Black & Decker model LDX112C-2.....
I can't speak for his, but other that being just a smidge too big to work inside an S3 carcass, the one I have is BANGIN' for drilling, all kinds of screwing, and pretty much anything. Lowe's had a wicked sale on them too!

EDIT: That combo has two batteries, the one at Lowe's only had one, and the rapid wall charger as well. Still, either way!

Thanks - T

I looked at that one but I have a good 24v drill and just wanted something to put fan screws in rads. My hands get tired worked to long driving screws as a Hands on electrical and Maintenance Engineer.

Well the trip to Micocenter ended up being a trip from H**l. What normally would be a 15 minute drive ended up taking 2 hours was a bad wreck on interstate across both sides. I counted 15 fire trucks 8 ambulances and 32 police cars. crazy.. But found out something good about my Local Micro center!!! They now have a whole aisle with both sides devoted to water cooling items. Koolance, Swiftech, Monsoon, XSPC, Bitspower, Phobya and even some Danger Den items. Pumps, Rads, Pump tops and reservoirs!!! I am going to have to stay away!!!!

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Well the trip to Micocenter ended up being a trip from H**l. What normally would be a 15 minute drive ended up taking 2 hours was a bad wreck on interstate across both sides. I counted 15 fire trucks 8 ambulances and 32 police cars. crazy.. But found out something good about my Local Micro center!!! They now have a whole aisle with both sides devoted to water cooling items. Koolance, Swiftech, Monsoon, XSPC, Bitspower, Phobya and even some Danger Den items. Pumps, Rads, Pump tops and reservoirs!!! I am going to have to stay away!!!!

Which Microcenter exactly? Closest one to me down here is one of the ones in Atlanta as Im currently 250 miles away. When I make a trip up to Atlanta to see my folks, I can stop by. Or buy your surplus... rolleyes.gif
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