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post #111 of 2255
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Originally Posted by yahu View Post

Well I've been building machines for the last 15+ years, and I've never done anything that creative, at least on the outside (you don't want to see me with spray-able paint and a computer case). So much props! thumb.gif

Thanks Yahu, I come from a family of do it yourselfers. I like to tear stuff down and hopefully get it back together. I'm always taking things apart and seeing what makes it tick. I used to build Mustangs so that kinda helps in the patience and attention to detail department. My mother owns an electronics assembly company so when it comes to the sleeving and anything electronical I've been around her long enough to know a few tricks. I just hope it comes out the way I see it in my head. smile.gif Thanks again for being so kind.
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Edited by mike a - 4/5/14 at 4:27pm
post #114 of 2255
Very nice build, I'm into that... But not like that... smile.gif
post #115 of 2255
mike a,

Are you the mike a on the EVGA forums? So your 120mm top fans are blowing into the case, the 92mm CPU fan is blowing through the heatsink and the GTX's reference blower is the only exhaust fan?

Thanks!
Mike
post #116 of 2255
That's me I also have a noctua 60 mm behind the 780. It was a exhaust fan when I had a 780 acx to try to get some of the hot air out but when I went to the reference 780 it worked better as a intake I tried it every which way just for comparison on acx vs reference on the rome 2 bench mark in the same room and same settings my 780 acx in my full tower cm storm case gets to a max temp of 58 c the acx in the hadron 77 c and the reference 780 in the hadron 67c
post #117 of 2255
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Originally Posted by mike a View Post

That's me I also have a noctua 60 mm behind the 780. It was a exhaust fan when I had a 780 acx to try to get some of the hot air out but when I went to the reference 780 it worked better as a intake I tried it every which way just for comparison on acx vs reference on the rome 2 bench mark in the same room and same settings my 780 acx in my full tower cm storm case gets to a max temp of 58 c the acx in the hadron 77 c and the reference 780 in the hadron 67c
OK, so how do you exhaust your system?
Edited by Phobia - 4/13/14 at 11:20pm
post #118 of 2255
Just through the reference GPU blower and passive ventilation.
post #119 of 2255
Btw, what's the best vent setup for the Hadron? Push-pull, push-push or what? And how do you set it up? I had an idea of mounting a feeding fan on the side... What's your ideas guys?
post #120 of 2255
I really like to build on this case, but have read many users are complaining about how loud the psu is.
is it really that loud specially when loaded?
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