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post #1291 of 1317
@ihateolives
Thank you. I'm so happy to have the little monster installed at last. And I admit I'm always a bit nervous after fumbling with the expensive hardware if it will ever start again. I have a 80mm be quiet Silent Wings 2 here but it's only RPM. Don't know the connector fits to PWM. So I'll leave Samuel 17 and the AXP-100 alone as the Noctua NH-L12 is the best.
Now I remember that the guy from Noctua told me something with the position of the heatpipes and yes it's in the manual.
Besides there is no other way to locate the cooler. I've tried them all.
Edited by Zero Clocker - 4/13/17 at 2:55pm
post #1292 of 1317
The PSU fan reaction is depending of the internal temperature. Reversing the cooler fan in pull position, hot air will enter, trigger the PSU fan to spin by altering the air temperature tuneling in it.

@Zero Clocker
The RPM connector is only in one position possible to fit, there are guides to prevent wrong installing. Just try it.
Picture of pins
Connector positioning (center example is yours)

Picture of pins (RPM don't have the blue PWM pin connected)

Edited by fer9001 - 4/13/17 at 4:36pm
post #1293 of 1317
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Originally Posted by fer9001 View Post

The PSU fan reaction is depending of the internal temperature. Reversing the cooler fan in pull position, hot air will enter, trigger the PSU fan to spin by altering the air temperature tuneling in it.

@Zero Clocker
The RPM connector is only in one position possible to fit, there are guides to prevent wrong installing. Just try it.
Picture of pins

Nice sketches. Thank you so much. I've installed the fan already. As there is a guide rail it's nearly fail safe to insert the connector though the space is very limited near the AIO-Pump-Connector.
Strangely the temps have risen a bit. So I've ordered a Noctua 80mm PWM and a Be quiet 80mm Silent Wings 2 for testing.
May be I've inverted the fan accidentally. Have to find a way to fix the fan inside the cooler. If fixed before is not possible to reach the screws for the cooler. So i just put in the fan loosely and push it a bit backwards after fastening the screws.
post #1294 of 1317
Got new feet under my Tu-100. Bit taller but more space to catch up air. Installed metallic drawer handles.





A touch of elegance! biggrin.gif
post #1295 of 1317
Haha you madman, putting doorknobs for feet biggrin.gif

How tall was your previous feet? They look like my feet (~10mm) and I'm pretty happy with those, so I'm interested in hearing if you have better thermals now?
post #1296 of 1317
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Got new feet under my Tu-100. Bit taller but more space to catch up air. Installed metallic drawer handles.



A touch of elegance! biggrin.gif

Dude that's really sick! I dig it thumb.gif
     
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post #1297 of 1317
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Haha you madman, putting doorknobs for feet biggrin.gif

How tall was your previous feet? They look like my feet (~10mm) and I'm pretty happy with those, so I'm interested in hearing if you have better thermals now?

The privius rubber feet was 10mm, nice antivibration solution but terrible red color. So I decide to take the shiny metallic aproatch. No change at the thermals but the esthetics is better.
post #1298 of 1317
Update: Managed to install the original 90mm Noctua additionally. So as Noctua QVL claims the Noctua NH-L12 is compatible with Asus Strix Z270i. I had to move the 90mm fan a bit back and took the AIO-connector. Unfortunately I've noticed that the back plate of the cooler seems not to fully touch the CPU. I re-applied TIM and started this time from the not-covered part. Hope that helped. Besides there is a protective film covering the M.2 heat sink which I've overlooked.

Strange are these spikes from the heat head i7-7700K. The temps jump for a seconds out of nothing up to 30°C higher.









Edited by Zero Clocker - 4/15/17 at 5:48am
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@fer9001

I agree, those are some funky looking feet biggrin.gif. It's actually pretty Lian Li-esque with those knobs for feet. Obviously, same finish as the stock feet, but much more niche. Do the new feet scratch like the stock feet? I assume you still use protective stickers.

@Zero Clocker
That's great! Keep in mind the AIO pump needs to be PWM enabled under your Q-Fan control in the "Monitoring" sub-menu in the BIOS. Did you manage to make the base-plate of the heatsink have contact with the IHS? I assume that was the problem, and not the backplate of the CPU cooler.

One question: doesn't the L12 come with a Y-splitter? In that case, I would just Y-split on the CPU_FAN header. But I guess it's no big deal for you, given that the TU200 doesn't need 2-4 extra case fans biggrin.gif
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@fer9001

@Zero Clocker
That's great! Keep in mind the AIO pump needs to be PWM enabled under your Q-Fan control in the "Monitoring" sub-menu in the BIOS. Did you manage to make the base-plate of the heatsink have contact with the IHS? I assume that was the problem, and not the backplate of the CPU cooler.

One question: doesn't the L12 come with a Y-splitter? In that case, I would just Y-split on the CPU_FAN header. But I guess it's no big deal for you, given that the TU200 doesn't need 2-4 extra case fans biggrin.gif

The AIO works on both modes PWM and another, dont know the term, I've chosen 100%. I still doubt if the cooler really is in completely in touch with the heat spreader. The temps are most of the time below 80th °C but for moments spiking higher. After 30 minutes GTA V.
Maybe it's just the peculiarity of the i7-7700K as there are some threads about heat of this CPU in the web. What do you think?

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Will try to manage the cable clutter a bit and maybe another 80mm at the rear side.

An Y-splitter is in the box. But then two fans are dependent of one PWM controller.


Fresh Bios just from today:
STRIX Z270I GAMING BIOS 0704
Improve system performance

Will update now.

Success. Asus fixed the XMP profile prob with my memory. System did not boot when enabling XMP.
Edited by Zero Clocker - 4/15/17 at 7:45am
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