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Push pull would be kind of tight in the PSU area... I doubt you would be able to do to be honest.
 
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post #33 of 170
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Push pull would be kind of tight in the PSU area... I doubt you would be able to do to be honest.

Ah I see what you mean...
Well the Ut60 is 60mm thick. Gt15s are 25mm. Push pull would make it 50mm = 110mm Total
Tj07 Bottom compartment is 220mm... Exactly half.... The Power supply isnt going to be fully against the side of the case either... so no I presume 8 wont fit frown.gif
post #34 of 170
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Can anyone give me a hand.
Im not sure what to choose, Gt15 or Gt29...
Im getting a good fan controller so when I need the Gt29's to be quiet they will be but Im just wondering when undervolted is the motor noise noticeable? Significantly louder than Gt15's?
Also if you own some Gt29's wheres the sweet spot in terms of noise and performance for you?
I know the Ut60 holds the best heat dissipated currently (other than Mo Ra) for medium to high fan speeds
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Push pull would be kind of tight in the PSU area... I doubt you would be able to do to be honest.

Ah I see what you mean...
Well the Ut60 is 60mm thick. Gt15s are 25mm. Push pull would make it 50mm = 110mm Total
Tj07 Bottom compartment is 220mm... Exactly half.... The Power supply isnt going to be fully against the side of the case either... so no I presume 8 wont fit frown.gif

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Can anyone give me a hand.
Im not sure what to choose, Gt15 or Gt29...
Im getting a good fan controller so when I need the Gt29's to be quiet they will be but Im just wondering when undervolted is the motor noise noticeable? Significantly louder than Gt15's?
Also if you own some Gt29's wheres the sweet spot in terms of noise and performance for you?
I know the Ut60 holds the best heat dissipated currently (other than Mo Ra) for medium to high fan speeds
I'm currently finishing the installation of a 480 Monsta in mine, but at 80mm wide, it's certainly not plug and play: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I had to move the psu towards the unibody rail, which required drilling out the psu mounting holes in the psu plate.
As you can see, push-pull is out of the question. The UT60 is still 60mm wide, that's only 20mm less, so push-pull wouldn't work there either, unless you did something radical like moving the psu out of the base.

I use GT-15's, never had the 29's, so I couldn't say how well they undervolt, but I find the 15's to be plenty fast enough at full tilt.
If you want to go beyond that and use a controller, that's up to you though.
    
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post #36 of 170
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Thanks for that.
Well I have some good news and bad news.....
I ordered my fan controller from xoxide smile.gif
I also ordered 4 gentle typhoon ap-45's from dazmode! Pretty much the only place that sells them.. 2150rpm, 68 cfm, 2.8mm h2o static pressure all one decibel higher than the ap 15's....
Now problem is I chose the cheapest shipping order. He messaged me later saying it will take 3 months to get here!!! And it has been shipped -_-
WHYYYYYY frown.gif
post #37 of 170
I there a reason you went with the AP-45s? If you're undervolting them they are going to perform the exact same as an AP-15

3-months is definitely a bummer...hopefully you got a good deal on them.

AP-45 from Koolertek
 
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post #38 of 170
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I went for them because they have a better cfm, static pressure etc and I dont consider 30 decibel to be that loud.
1850rpm is okay but wanted something nearer the 3.0 static pressure mark and they fitted the bill. If they undervolt the same then they will be fine at lower speeds when Im doing general surfing and then I can ramp them up when doing cad/gaming or folding
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The static pressure doesn't make much of a difference at all on low FPI radiators... more is rarely a bad thing, just a bit overkill, haha. thumb.gif
 
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The radiator I chose is perfect for what I need smile.gif
http://martinsliquidlab.org/2012/04/12/alphacool-nexxxos-ut60-360-radiator/4/
Shows that it is one of the best radiators for >1000rpm.... Beats the Gtx versions which has a higher FPI of 20
Its a mental thing. You cant overclock a fan higher than 12v to spin faster (easily) but you can use a fan controller to make things slower. Thats my reasoning with it... biggrin.gif
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