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post #3421 of 9557
Just got an update from Corsair that they don't have any rear feet available, so I will look into replacing the case thru corsair.
post #3422 of 9557
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Originally Posted by Hobbsmeerkat View Post

Just got an update from Corsair that they don't have any rear feet available, so I will look into replacing the case thru corsair.

Just sent you a reply in your ticket. There is no need to do a case swap, I'll get that part (feet) sent out so we both avoid hassles in getting this matter resolved.
post #3423 of 9557
Even better, thank you!
post #3424 of 9557
Any tips to install 3.5 HDD on 5,25 bays ?
post #3425 of 9557
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Originally Posted by Phantomas 007 View Post

Any tips to install 3.5 HDD on 5,25 bays ?
Yes. You can use double sided tape or buy these 5.25 adapters for hdd's
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post #3426 of 9557
Hi all

I thought It was about time that I put some pictures up of my Corsair 750D build, I have had the tower since they came out so case is marked and scratched etc. Used as it should be biggrin.gif



This is how my 750D started out with a H100i and a custom loop for the video card (HD7970) I added the 2nd card later and de-lidded the HD7970 to take the water block. I added the R9 280X late 2013



R9 280X

I did not like the H100i, I found it to be loud and the software is not so good with windows 8.1 so I went the full custom loop as I should.



This is the loop nearly finished



Water loop finished!! as i have a micro ATX board in the 750D the GPU's were too close together to fit a connection in-between them that is why I have a house loping around below the 2 GPU's to link them up. I kind of like the look of the looping hose anyways something different.

Set up is

Phobya DC12 pump, bottom Rad Black Ice GTX 240 with 2 Noctua NF- F12 PWM 120mm hidden in front
Bits-power 250 reservoir, Bits-power fittings, Primo chill advanced LRT, top rad is XSPC RX360 V3 with 3x Noctua fans (All NF- F12's) all water blocks are EK sup. I have windows on a SSD and 2 2TB HHD mounted into drive Bays 2 and 3, drive bay 1 has the fan controller.

Fitting the big rad at the top was a challenge but I got it to fit by removing the 2 locking clips on the cpu power connectors as the power connection's are a tight fit don't need the locking clips and I can swap the cpu power leads out with other ones if I need to later.



Fan controller




Idle temps of Cpu @ 4.7Ghz are 30c some cores are lower (Room temp 25c)
GPU's overclocked to 1140mhz core on both cards and 1600 MHz memory ide temps are 37c gpu 2 and 39 on gpu 1
with fans at 1200 RPM

Playing BF 4 on ultra for a couple of hours CPU max was 57c and GPU max was 48c and 45c with fans at 1200 rpm fans can run at 1500 rpm but no point as temps are good already.

Let me know what you think

Cheers
post #3427 of 9557
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Just curious, but did you try to run the fans that are in push at a lower RPM than the ones on pull? Does this happen if you have the fans only in pull configuration?

It seems to me the pressure from the push fans are screwing with the weighting of the blades on the fans in pull causing issues with the motor/bearing. I would think giving the pull fans an edge in power will allow the motor to more smoothly rotate the blades.

That's one thing I love about the GT's--the blades are heavy/thick but still perfectly balanced. If you spin one with your finger it'll go for a good 20-30 seconds before smoothly coming to a stop. Other fans have less weight to their blades and often come to a jerky stop when spinning down.

No I can't say I did any experimenting with varying one side or the other but to me that just seems counter productive. If you have to reduce the performance of one fan or the other to get it to work without excess noise then that is just accepting less performance. They are really quiet when not plugged in.

The Eloops are kind of similar to GT's in that they also spin a long time. I guess a one piece blade unit is heavier than average too.

This seems to something that people have to experience themselves before they will believe it. I wanted so badly for these to be the perfect fan because I really didn't like the tone of GT's or their looks. The Eloops work great at low speed but then any old fan is quiet at low speed. The point of buying expensive fans is that they should be quieter and perform better at high speeds where cheap fans are really noisy. Noiseblocker have said that the fans are not designed to be used in pull so they are clearly aware of the issue.
I'm just going to use the ones I have in push only on a 480 rad and probably use something else for the pull side.
Edited by Jakusonfire - 3/21/14 at 9:14pm
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post #3428 of 9557
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No I can't say I did any experimenting with varying one side or the other but to me that just seems counter productive. If you have to reduce the performance of one fan or the other to get it to work without excess noise then that is just accepting less performance. They are really quiet when not plugged in.

The Eloops are kind of similar to GT's in that they also spin a long time. I guess a one piece blade unit is heavier than average too.

This seems to something that people have to experience themselves before they will believe it. I wanted so badly for these to be the perfect fan because I really didn't like the tone of GT's or their looks. The Eloops work great at low speed but then any old fan is quiet at low speed. The point of buying expensive fans is that they should be quieter and perform better at high speeds where cheap fans are really noisy. Noiseblocker have said that the fans are not designed to be used in pull so they are clearly aware of the issue.
I'm just going to use the ones I have in push only on a 480 rad and probably use something else for the pull side.

Yeah, I agree with you 100% on the counter productive bit. I was just curious if you had pinned down the why regarding the noise.
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post #3429 of 9557
Hey guys, looking at the Alphacool st30 360mm.

Planning to mount it to the top of the case with the hoses near the rear exhaust fan. Does anyone know if mounting could be done with the proper holes or must I do an offset cause of the extended bit where the fittings screw into?



From the image it's the left part of the radiator
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post #3430 of 9557
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Hey guys, looking at the Alphacool st30 360mm.

Planning to mount it to the top of the case with the hoses near the rear exhaust fan. Does anyone know if mounting could be done with the proper holes or must I do an offset cause of the extended bit where the fittings screw into?
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From the image it's the left part of the radiator

You should be fine. The reason why people offset their top radiators in their case is either they are pushing a 480, or they want Push/Pull in the top rad and it interferes with their motherboard radiator up top. I have a similar radiator with just push and it didn't need any offsetting.
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