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they raised the price on it but there is the elysium and the azza genesis 9000 if you can find it and the inwin grone. the elysium would be the best of these 3. the genesis being next
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Don't forget the NZXT Switch 810, was the go-to case for a lot of water coolers for a while.
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Did you try to put your delta fans on the 5V wire?
That might be good enought to keep you using your computer for now until you get the STH10
I don't know if the delta fans can start on the 5V wire.
If not, install this switch to start your fans with the 12V and flip them back to 5V.

Let me know if you need instructions on how to wire it all up.

I don't know which delta fans you have. But the 5V wire should cut it down to below half speed and make them a lot more tolerable. Not silent mind you, delta and silent don't fit in the same sentence, but a lot more tolerable.
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Originally Posted by Zankza View Post

And if anyone here could tell me if an single rad with 3x generic 120 still can manage 3930k with dual 590, they will get hot, but, is it still manageable?

That question depends on too many factors to answer exactly.

But again, I would try the 5V wire on your fans and see how well it works.
You'll probably get 1500-2000 rpm and I think that would be fine for your 2x590 and cpu.
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Which delta fans are you using now? At what rpm?
What is your water temp?
What temps are you getting on your cores with full speed fans?
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post #26 of 29
I just looked it up.
Delta fans are reported to work well on the 5V.
That would cut your rpm down to less than half and greatly reduce the noise.

I'd try that first if you want to keep using your pc today.
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no, i dont understand how anyone can say this rectangle looks better than this rectangle. so youre best to drop it instead of plugging this thread with worthless and useless worrying about my opinion. thank you.

All computer towers are basically rectangles. I suppose using your brilliant logic that one could state that all cases look the same. I mean....they are all rectangles right? If you still don't get the meaning of IMO then your* best bet would be to look it up. Aesthetics are 100% subjective. You do not have to "get" why someone thinks one case looks better than another. There are people on these forums that think that the Thermaltake Level 10 GT looks better than the 900D and the Enthoo.
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I think deltas running at 5000+ rpm is a bit of a waste on a 40mm rad.
OP is probably running a dT of around 5° on fans like that at full speed.
My guess is if he runs stock clocks, and the 5V gets him around 2000-2500 rpm, he'll get a slightly higher dT of 10-15° and maybe a 5° rise on his core temps.
It all depends on what his temps are right now.

2500 rpm would not be silent, but definately a whole lot more tolerable than 5600 rpm.
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I've been running my workstation which had 3930k along dual 590s, being cooled by a single 360 rad strapped with three delta fans.

I am deaf, the noise didn't mattered to me, however due to new living arrangements, there is hearing people around and I can't use my PC anymore because of the deltas, I need a new cooling solution while maintaining cooling. I'm not into overclocking nor anything else anymore, I just need to use my PC without creating 66.5 DB noise.

My HAF-X is pretty rusty, it has a lot of broken crap, and can only really accommodate single 360, I'd like to change over a new case, preferably if a case can take two radiations, 1x 360 1x 480, and this is probably good timeto replace with powerful pump too.

The first case that comes to my mind would be 900D, since I can't afford STH10 atm, and really need to use my PC today. Also I think I would like to look into quick disconnects, I'm getting really tired of draining and refilling my loop.

Please advise, Thanks.

I'd echo the Enthoo Primo..... was planning on a 900D until I saw the Enthoo..... and since the Enthoo's intro, the 900D's price has tumbled.

With No OC....
590 = 340 watts each
3930k = 130 watt
Pump = 20 watts

That's 830 watts....... figuring 60% of the theoretical max load for your rads, that would be ~ 498 watts

In the Primo......a XT-420 and a UT-280 is a natural fit, providing 420 watts in push or pull at 1250 rpm and 508 in push / pull at a Delta T of 10C..... with just the one set of fans, your Delta T would be just under 12 C. The 480+ 360 ($205 in rads + $105 in fans = $310) would provide about 2% more cooling than the 420 + 280 ($162 in rads + $75 in fans = $237) for 31% more cost. Of course, you don't need 12C, but then again w/o OC'ing you don't need WC'ing

If the 590s are < 10.6" long, ya will have no problem with a 60mm reservoir mounted on the included res bracket. For a workstation build, and your stated "need" to always have the PC available, ya might consider a double pump like the 35x2.....if one fails, ya can run on the 2nd one until replacement parts arrive..... no waiting 3 weeks for an RMA exchange.
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