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Just had a matx S2 delivered, and was wondering what anti vibration mounts are available that fit these cases? I have two 120's fitted to the front using the bog standard screws, and already there is this rather annoying humming/ occelations coming from them, so would like to isolate them from the case as much as I can. What are people using to counter this issue? It's probably been mentioned in previous threads, but really havn't got the time at the mo to look through 200 odd pages.

TIA

This thread should have been posted in the *OFFICIAL* Parvum Systems Owners Club section, my bad. rolleyes.gif

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post #2142 of 5365
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Originally Posted by Logicearl View Post

Just had a matx S2 delivered, and was wondering what anti vibration mounts are available that fit these cases? I have two 120's fitted to the front using the bog standard screws, and already there is this rather annoying humming/ occelations coming from them, so would like to isolate them from the case as much as I can. What are people using to counter this issue? It's probably been mentioned in previous threads, but really havn't got the time at the mo to look through 200 odd pages.

TIA

I don't have this issue with my S2.0 and I don't recall having seen this problem mentionned in this thread. That being said, I'm going to use some Radiator Gaskets in the Project Purple Horizon (https://www.dazmode.com/store/product/120mm-single-radiator-gasket-1mm-thickness/). I do not know if something like this could help you.
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post #2144 of 5365
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Originally Posted by Logicearl View Post

Just had a matx S2 delivered, and was wondering what anti vibration mounts are available that fit these cases? I have two 120's fitted to the front using the bog standard screws, and already there is this rather annoying humming/ occelations coming from them, so would like to isolate them from the case as much as I can. What are people using to counter this issue? It's probably been mentioned in previous threads, but really havn't got the time at the mo to look through 200 odd pages.

TIA

What kind of fans are you using? This is the first time that I've seen someone mention this as well.
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What kind of fans are you using? This is the first time that I've seen someone mention this as well.

At the mo I just have two 120 Phobya Nano-2G pwm fixed at the front, and a single 80mm bequiet shaddow wings at the rear.
The two at the front are fixed with just the metal screws that came supplied with the fans. So I'm looking at what will fit so as to isolate the fans. I have a two sets of rubber anti vibration pins, but due to the thickness of the acrylic non of them will fit. Hence the question.
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At the mo I just have two 120 Phobya Nano-2G pwm fixed at the front, and a single 80mm bequiet shaddow wings at the rear.
The two at the front are fixed with just the metal screws that came supplied with the fans. So I'm looking at what will fit so as to isolate the fans. I have a two sets of rubber anti vibration pins, but due to the thickness of the acrylic non of them will fit. Hence the question.

Akasa anti-vibration pins definitely fit and i'm pretty sure the Alpenfoehn/Parvum ones do too. I would of thought most will pull through when you give them a really good stretch.

JR
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Akasa anti-vibration pins definitely fit and i'm pretty sure the Alpenfoehn/Parvum ones do too. I would of thought most will pull through when you give them a really good stretch.

JR

Not sure they would work as the acrylic is thicker than the metal cases these are designed for.

You would need ones with a longer bit here:
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Not sure they would work as the acrylic is thicker than the metal cases these are designed for.

I am sure because i've done it, they are hella stretchy rubber and easily pop through the holes in the acrylic when you pull them. I also found room for a little rubber washer to make sure the body of the fan didn't contact with the case, Corsair fans have slightly recessed corners, It made a significant improvement to the noise levels. I cut the end of the pins off too so they didn't look silly.

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Edited by JR23 - 10/31/15 at 2:05pm
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I used the ones from the parvum f1 fans for envy. Worked fine
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