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post #821 of 7105
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Originally Posted by Gravytrain View Post

I'm joining late but when I set my jetflo's to silent mode on Fan Xpert in Asus AI Suite they're really really quiet, I'm guessing you could try something like this?

Why? My fans are already silent at full speed, AND they keep my system cool, so why lower the speed on them? Cool and quiet is already happening at FULL speed.

The point to the conversation was to do the homework to find quiet fans at full speed and not worry about them, just plug them in and go!
post #822 of 7105
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Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

Why? My fans are already silent at full speed, AND they keep my system cool, so why lower the speed on them? Cool and quiet is already happening at FULL speed.

The point to the conversation was to do the homework to find quiet fans at full speed and not worry about them, just plug them in and go!
Oh okay I just thought the conversation was about loud cases, carry on.
post #823 of 7105
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Originally Posted by CaptainZombie View Post

Can you please let us know which motherboard you plan on using with this case? There are some coolers that work with some mobo's and not others in here.

I'm thinking of getting a Gigabyte GA-Z87N-WIFI as I may try turning it into a Hackintosh - I couldn't find that would be any more suitable for that particular need, though I don't mind spending a little more on a really good one though. I think I'll go with a Seidon 120V AIO as they're pretty cheap and sound like they're good at keeping cool.
Edited by DocDigby - 4/3/14 at 3:32pm
post #824 of 7105
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Originally Posted by Mariolillo View Post

I guess it is, it will only send the PWM signals based on CPU temperature, not GPU. If there is a way to do it from the board, I don't know it. Maybe try to confirm it with another owner of the board, here in the forums there could be a thread of the board itself.

I haven't checked if the splitter that came with the case is PWM; I discarded the option since the fans themselves are not. But I'll check out the splitter when I get home.
This thread http://www.overclock.net/t/1380423/changing-chassis-fan-speed-based-on-gpu-temperature says that it might be possible but after messing with speedfan I couldn't figure it out, there's a tutorial video in the thread.
post #825 of 7105
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Originally Posted by DocDigby View Post

I'm thinking of getting a Gigabyte GA-Z87N-WIFI as I may try turning it into a Hackintosh - I couldn't find that would be any more suitable for that particular need, though I don't mind spending a little more on a really good one though. I think I'll go with a Seidon 120V AIO as they're pretty cheap and sound like they're good at keeping cool.

Remember that the Gigabyte has the CPU socket near the PCI-E slot which could limit you a bit. For hackintosh any z87 board will do, just Gigabye is a little "easier".
post #826 of 7105
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Originally Posted by Gravytrain View Post

This thread http://www.overclock.net/t/1380423/changing-chassis-fan-speed-based-on-gpu-temperature says that it might be possible but after messing with speedfan I couldn't figure it out, there's a tutorial video in the thread.

Hmm interesting! I will check it out on my computer and let you know smile.gif
post #827 of 7105
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Originally Posted by Mariolillo View Post

Hmm interesting! I will check it out on my computer and let you know smile.gif
Cool, definitely let me know if you figure it out because I'd love to get that working.
post #828 of 7105
Hi guys! smile.gif

Can I be added to the club? Got my build below.

*Case: Silverstone RVZ01 (with additional SilverStone FN121-P 120mm fan)
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-H87N-WIFI Mini-ITX
CPU: Intel i5-4570 @ 3.20GHz, Quad-core
*GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 760 ACX 2GB
*Cooler: Silverstone NT06-PRO
RAM: G.Skill Ares 16GB 1866Mhz DDR3
PSU: SILVERSTONE ST45SF-G 450W
SSD: Kingston Hyperx 3k 240gb Rev.3
3.5" : WD Black 4TB (WD4003FZEX)
2.5" : WD Blue 1TB (WD10JPVT)
**ODD: Silverstone SOB02 Blu-Ray Burner

*Awaiting delivery
**Yet to purchase

Can't wait to build this. Currently running above hardware (minus gear with stars) in an FT03-Mini [Black] but although it looks pretty cool it doesn't like being portable (panels aren't made to be moved much). I've wanted to build a proper Mini-ITX system for a while but hadn't found a case I liked. LianLi ones were alright but a little too plain.

Quick question. Has anyone tried much in the way of lighting or modding with this case? I've got some lengths of EL wire that could be put to good use but not sure what mods would look good for this case if any.
post #829 of 7105
I've thought about doing lighting in the case with blue. Only thing is that they only places the light would come out would be at the case fan holes and the sides. Out of the sides could be kind cool though as there is already a faint blue light already coming out of my case due to the led on the water cooler block. Biggest issue I would want though is the ability to be able to turn of the lighting w/o shutting down the computer; something that isn't an option with many case fan LEDs.
post #830 of 7105
I wish and hope pc cases like this grow in popularity. Digital Storm with their Bolt 1 and 2 would be an excellent example!
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