Lets start with the fans.
These are Alpenfohn 120mm WingBoost PWM fans.
Operating Voltage: 5 – 13,2 VDC
Noise: 19,7 dB(A)
Speed (12V): 1500 rpm
Speed (7V): 850-900 rpm
Speed (5V): 500 – 550 rpm
And in the box?
1 x 400mm sleeved cable extention
1 x 7 VDC adapter
1 x 5 VDC adapter
4 x rubber buckles for mounting
Now,what I like about this is that they give you pretty much everything you need,5v and 7v step downs,rubber prong mounts if you like that kind of thing...a large braided extension as well,there is also a PWM daisy chain set up already on the fan,ideal for me as i want just one feed wire going to the aquaero for the rad banks.
The braid itself is a an almost sexual rubber feeling braid...not the usual plastic strand braid that is commonplace.
I wish they did a 140 version for the back panel tho....
Now to the other bit in the box..
The Aquaero USB high flow flowmeter.
The usual AC box...battered with minimal protection inside...
You can hook up a 2 pin temp probe to the flowmeter and it will report back via USB so thats another cable i wont have to braid! Bonuses all round then!
You dont go short of cables thats for sure....
A clear light shot.
And a little perv down the port,you can see the spinner inside.
So my cunning plan is this,I am using a dual circuit rad and the 2 waterchannels will be bridged by the flow meter at the end of the loop.
2 90's and a 180 acrylic looparound and thats done. Its always the way,waiting on stuff to finish other stuff.
Thanks to Nate at E22 for lazoring (pew pew) me a bezel for my screen,I made one myself but straight lines by hand with close reference points=never looks quite right...so after a few hours of filing,I caved in and got it done right.
Cheap too,I will be using him for the res fabrication....once i have finished with it in Solidworks.....I cant stop fiddling with it!
I also have 3 sponsors to add for this build,very exciting for me indeed!
Thanks for the opportunity guys! Im stoked that you want to assist in this build!