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by load i meant prime 95 stressing smile.gif on gaming it dosent rev more than 55 2 fans as intake, cool thing with h100i and stock fans you can run it on prefixed rpm. i run my both fans at 1100rpm all time and it does good and fairly silent. when i put h100i fans on full speed the temp diff on load is 3c but for the noise they makes is totally worthless to put them any higher than 1100-1500 rpm
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I have 5 Noctua fans on my corsair 300r. I run Noctua NF-F12's on my h100 in push. They're running at 1400rpm most of the time lol. Sound isn't really an issue for me.
Do you have any input on the Asus Z87i-deluxe? Or is the Maximus Impact the way to go for itx's?
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ive got gigabyte board and i score it rather highly smile.gif
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I have my sp120 quiet PMW fans set at 700rpm and the chipset goes to around 70° while gaming

If i set them to full speed while gaming the chipset is around 62-3°

The fans are set now as exhaust but im going to try to set them as intake and pulling air in to see if my chipset temps goes down

I have the Asrock Z77e-ITX board

All other temps are great tho
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After lots of reading and thinking about the rvz01, hadron, and 250d, I got thinking about sli, which led me to micro atx by necessity, where I was thrilled to find out about the silverstone sg09.
Jesus!: 5 liters smaller than the 250d, fully filtered, 180mm intake, can hold two gpus and a 165mm high cooler! I am still reading all the details and build experiences I can, but this seems a possible answer to getting a nice small gutsy case that can cool well.
Take a look!

Edit - looks like the sg10 is the evolution of this...

SLI is way too hot in there I read, so no go. Still might be better air cooled case than the 250d for a single gpu.
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Just a cell pic but the 780 has a xspc block, the reservoir and pump are Koolance going to a 140mm rad cooled by a same-size Blackice rad. For now the CPU is cooled by the H100i. It's all crammed in with a Koolance voltage regulator sitting on the deck between the front fan and the PSU. Temps are good but without the 780's fan ejecting hot air out the back of the box, the heat on the back of the vid card ups the chassis heat a tad...I may go w/fans all pushing out...we'll see.


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Read buyer reviews on newegg, best source imho. Often shows good or bad customer svc too, as companies read and reply to posts there.

I have 5 Noctua fans on my corsair 300r. I run Noctua NF-F12's on my h100 in push. They're running at 1400rpm most of the time lol. Sound isn't really an issue for me.
Do you have any input on the Asus Z87i-deluxe? Or is the Maximus Impact the way to go for itx's?

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It will be interesting to see how you manage your cables with that setup. If anything I am most interested in seeing how the GPU will fit.
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On a side note; asking what temperatures (specifics on idle and load) one can expect with this case seems rather silly. The fact is that no one knows what your ambient temperatures are like where you live / your PC is located - making the answer nothing more than a stab in the dark. This case gets plenty of fresh air and good air flow depending on fan placement and how you do your wire job. I would say that all things being equal one can expect about the same temperatures compared to a comparable ATX or MATX case. You need not worry that because this is a ITX case that everything will be cramped and therefore run hot as hell.
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