Originally Posted by jassilamba
Haven't seen the review, but if you can get high static pressure with PWM fans, then go for it.
I have all the PWM fans for the 480 in the bottom, hooked up to the swiftech 8 way PWM controller, and I will say, that is the best solution for fan speed control that I have ever used.
From the review http://www.hitechlegion.com/reviews/cooling/heatsinks/37419-phanteks-f140?showall=&start=1
F140XP (PWM) - Static Pressure 0.39-1.52mm H2O
F140SP/F140SP_LED - Static Pressure 1.33mm H2O
Using PWM fans kinda kills the Phanteks provided PCB thingie and ya can't use the fans that came with the case.
Originally Posted by Roxycon
If only they take those grand entrys (and stays that way) into other parts of the computer market
i belive theyve made a great name for themselfs
PSU's would make most sense ... since almost everyone uses an OEM. And include a feature where there's two switches on back:
W Switch - tunes on power to pump
P Switch - turns on power to everything else.
Seasonic has the hybrid fan switch ... this seems like a simple addition.
And a fan controller ... they already have the PCB thingie ... wouldn't take much from there.
Though first I hope they concentrating on selling parts .... I still need a pair of the PCBs and a pump sled....just the pad part.
Ohhh.... BTW, building now Edited by JackNaylorPE - 10/25/13 at 4:05pm