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post #2701 of 18700
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Originally Posted by xlim3y View Post


The fans that came with the H90's are PWM. I am currently using AF140 3pin fans on the h90's instead in push/pull as the noise they make is less irritating for me than the stock corsair fans were. Given that the primo comes with 5 SP fans, I thought I might swap on 2 of those to the push location on the h90's, and use the AF140's for pull, and then case air intake.

Are the Phanteks included fans PWM or 3pin? My cards are 780 Lightnings, I'm not sure if they have standard fan connectors as they have the 3 zone fan by default. IIRC, there were 3ish fan connections per card.

I'm not in the UK sadly (was born there, but live in the states now). I'll look into these options for controlling the fans. In the end I'm going to have 3 fans per card that need to be controlled. The Kraken g10 holds a 92mm fan for VRM cooling, so I'll have that, and then 2 rad fans on the h90 per card. The 92mm fan is 3pin from what I hear (brackets will be here this week) Would be nice to be able to crank up all 3 fans per card as a set

Anyway, thanks for the links, I'm going to look into those options now. What about my case fans? Is using the included hub the way to handle those?

Phanteks included PH-F140SP are 3 pin. 3x plain fans and 2x with blue LED.

LOL I was born in USA and live in UK. tongue.gif Once you figure out what the 780 Lightning fan headers and Kraken G10 it will probably fall into place. If you need any help let me know.
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Originally Posted by Biafra1987 View Post

Hi! Small update on my EP build. If you are interested- XSPC photon 270 fits right in smile.gif





I am working on a custom badge designed by my friend to add to this. Preview:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

What do you use to take your pictures? They look great!
post #2703 of 18700
Right, I've had chat with Doyll, and we think it would be a good idea to create a gallery/list of all us Enthoo Primo owners, as the number is growing, and it would be nice to have all our builds in one place.
I've created a google spreadsheet that can be accessed here that hopefully should meet our needs

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AkQu-gDSL98FdEQtNnVITTVSdmd6QTRFV0MtQkR1YkE&usp=sharing
which will go up on the OP for everyone to find.

If you want to post here or PM me the details to go in the spreadsheet, I'll maintain it and upload it. Google docs needs a hosted image URL for me to be able to insert it into a cell, so links only please.
I've also left columns for links to more pics/build log, and a spec rundown if you guys want to provide that too. If you cant be bothered, don't worry!
If anyone has anything else they want to see up there/another way of doing things, I'm open to suggestions!

Finally, we thought once your details have been added and you are part of the club, a sig would be great to add to your profile too

I was thinking this:
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[center]:clock:[URL=http://www.overclock.net/t/1418637/phanteks-enthoo-primo-owners-club][B]Phanteks Enthoo Primo Owners Club[/B][/URL]:clock:[/center]

Edited by Hereisphilly - 1/27/14 at 3:02pm
post #2704 of 18700
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Originally Posted by Hereisphilly View Post

Right, I've had chat with Doyll, and we think it would be a good idea to create a gallery/list of all us Enthoo Primo owners, as the number is growing, and it would be nice to have all our builds in one place.
I've created a google spreadsheet that can be accessed here that hopefully should meet our needs

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AkQu-gDSL98FdEQtNnVITTVSdmd6QTRFV0MtQkR1YkE&usp=sharing
which will go up on the OP for everyone to find.

If you want to PM me the details to go in the spreadsheet, I'll maintain it and upload it. Google docs needs a hosted image URL for me to be able to insert it into a cell, so links only please.
I've also left columns for links to more pics/build log, and a spec rundown if you guys want to provide that too. If you cant be bothered, don't worry!
If anyone has anything else they want to see up there/another way of doing things, I'm open to suggestions!

Finally, we thought once your details have been added and you are part of the club, a sig would be great to add to your profile too

I was thinking this:
Code:
[center]:clock:[URL=http://www.overclock.net/t/1418637/phanteks-enthoo-primo-owners-club][B]Phanteks Enthoo Primo Owners Club[/B][/URL]:clock:[/center]

Awesome job
post #2705 of 18700
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What do you use to take your pictures? They look great!

Thanks! To be honest I use an old compact/ultra-zoom camera. I don't want to link to the guides on other forums but the key is to use a stand of some kind- put your camera on a chair if you have nothing else. Your camera has to have a manual mode (most of them have it). You put the camera on something, focus (by pressing the button half-way) and you adjust the exposure (the mark that will appear has to be in the middle of a scale). It is best to use a self-timer so that you avoid the blur caused by pressing the button. Try it yourself and after few pics you will get the hang of it. My camera is a panasonic lumix DMC-FZ18 (about 7 years old)... I guess it's not worth more than 30 euro right now... The message is- you don't need much smile.gif
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Thanks! To be honest I use an old compact/ultra-zoom camera. I don't want to link to the guides on other forums but the key is to use a stand of some kind- put your camera on a chair if you have nothing else. Your camera has to have a manual mode (most of them have it). You put the camera on something, focus (by pressing the button half-way) and you adjust the exposure (the mark that will appear has to be in the middle of a scale). It is best to use a self-timer so that you avoid the blur caused by pressing the button. Try it yourself and after few pics you will get the hang of it. My camera is a panasonic lumix DMC-FZ18 (about 7 years old)... I guess it's not worth more than 30 euro right now... The message is- you don't need much smile.gif

K I have a DSLR and tripod I RARELY ever use and maybe it is time bust it out and take some pics.
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linus gave the enthoo more time than most corsair and nzxt stuff, but i do think the time used was very unsystematic.. he's known for the fast videos though tongue.gif

ps: the review was old footage which got lost in rendering and now got up since they got requests after ces2014 for a review, so no wonder why he didnt know the next phanteks case names thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Roxycon View Post

linus gave the enthoo more time than most corsair and nzxt stuff, but i do think the time used was very unsystematic.. he's known for the fast videos though tongue.gif

ps: the review was old footage which got lost in rendering and now got up since they got requests after ces2014 for a review, so no wonder why he didnt know the next phanteks case names thumb.gif

Props for getting featured tho!
But yes, i do agree with you, the review was pretty poor
post #2709 of 18700
Do any of you have a D5 pump by any chance?
I'm wondering how to setup an EK-D5 Vario X-RES 140 (incl. pump) in front of a 360 rad on the bottom.

(note: I don't have the case/res/pump but I'm thinking for my next build wink.gif)
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Originally Posted by Kimir View Post

Do any of you have a D5 pump by any chance?
I'm wondering how to setup an EK-D5 Vario X-RES 140 (incl. pump) in front of a 360 rad on the bottom.

(note: I don't have the case/res/pump but I'm thinking for my next build wink.gif)

I've got a D5 running right now, albeit on the pump bracket behind the mobo
Not the res variant tho, just a D5 with a non standard top

What do you want to know?
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