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A bit redundant eh? eh-smiley.gif

I mean quoting the same post 4 times in a row in a single quote? mellowsmiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
 
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Corsair Dominator G. Skill Ripjaws X G. Skill x2 HITACHI 1TB Deskstars 1TB RAID0 
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ASUS DRW-24B1ST  Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Monsoon 1/2"x5/8" PETG White Hardline tubing. 
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Monsoon Economy Hardline fittings EK Dual DDC V2 top Swiftech Pump DDC-1T (2) Liquid Fusion V Double helix Reservoir 
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Yate Loon 120x20 (D12SM-12C) Medium Speed Silen... EK Supreme HF Classified EK Thermosphere GPU Block EK Thermosphere GPU Block 
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Win7 64 bit Ultimate OEM Asus VH222H Black HDMI Widescreen Logitech the OCZ went buhbye adios. Don't know ... Corsair CMPSU HX 850w Modular 
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HAF 932 Logitech g9x COOLER MASTER Weapon of Choice: M4 Duramesh Pad Logitech X-240 2.1 speakers 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
AMD Phenom II X6 1100T Crosshair IV Formula Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 
RAMRAMRAMHard Drive
Corsair Dominator G. Skill Ripjaws X G. Skill x2 HITACHI 1TB Deskstars 1TB RAID0 
Optical DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
ASUS DRW-24B1ST  Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Monsoon 1/2"x5/8" PETG White Hardline tubing. 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Monsoon Economy Hardline fittings EK Dual DDC V2 top Swiftech Pump DDC-1T (2) Liquid Fusion V Double helix Reservoir 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Yate Loon 120x20 (D12SM-12C) Medium Speed Silen... EK Supreme HF Classified EK Thermosphere GPU Block EK Thermosphere GPU Block 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Win7 64 bit Ultimate OEM Asus VH222H Black HDMI Widescreen Logitech the OCZ went buhbye adios. Don't know ... Corsair CMPSU HX 850w Modular 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
HAF 932 Logitech g9x COOLER MASTER Weapon of Choice: M4 Duramesh Pad Logitech X-240 2.1 speakers 
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post #382 of 784
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

A bit redundant eh? eh-smiley.gif

I mean quoting the same post 4 times in a row in a single quote? mellowsmiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
all without spoilers nonetheless. Damn near wore out my thumb scrolling so much
post #383 of 784
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Originally Posted by morencyam View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

A bit redundant eh? eh-smiley.gif

I mean quoting the same post 4 times in a row in a single quote? mellowsmiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
all without spoilers nonetheless. Damn near wore out my thumb scrolling so much

I thought my Brother's system had a virus for a moment. eek.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
AMD Phenom II X6 1100T Crosshair IV Formula Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 
RAMRAMRAMHard Drive
Corsair Dominator G. Skill Ripjaws X G. Skill x2 HITACHI 1TB Deskstars 1TB RAID0 
Optical DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
ASUS DRW-24B1ST  Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Monsoon 1/2"x5/8" PETG White Hardline tubing. 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Monsoon Economy Hardline fittings EK Dual DDC V2 top Swiftech Pump DDC-1T (2) Liquid Fusion V Double helix Reservoir 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Yate Loon 120x20 (D12SM-12C) Medium Speed Silen... EK Supreme HF Classified EK Thermosphere GPU Block EK Thermosphere GPU Block 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Win7 64 bit Ultimate OEM Asus VH222H Black HDMI Widescreen Logitech the OCZ went buhbye adios. Don't know ... Corsair CMPSU HX 850w Modular 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
HAF 932 Logitech g9x COOLER MASTER Weapon of Choice: M4 Duramesh Pad Logitech X-240 2.1 speakers 
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Sunbeam Rheosmart 3 Creative X-Fi 
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Corsair Dominator G. Skill Ripjaws X G. Skill x2 HITACHI 1TB Deskstars 1TB RAID0 
Optical DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
ASUS DRW-24B1ST  Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Monsoon 1/2"x5/8" PETG White Hardline tubing. 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Monsoon Economy Hardline fittings EK Dual DDC V2 top Swiftech Pump DDC-1T (2) Liquid Fusion V Double helix Reservoir 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Yate Loon 120x20 (D12SM-12C) Medium Speed Silen... EK Supreme HF Classified EK Thermosphere GPU Block EK Thermosphere GPU Block 
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Win7 64 bit Ultimate OEM Asus VH222H Black HDMI Widescreen Logitech the OCZ went buhbye adios. Don't know ... Corsair CMPSU HX 850w Modular 
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post #384 of 784
@ Nissepisse

Nice build you have. I´ve notice yours previous build on sweclockers earlier and liked yours passive gpu cooling. This new waterloop is nice with filling and draining ports smile.gif So, you reservoir is filling port tube?

And what comes to hard tubing, I think you can manage to do it, but some bends have to be done 90 degrees fittings.
post #385 of 784
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Hello @fingertoes.
The noise of the Eisberg it´s high in 12v connector, but in the 7v connector the noise it´s low.
The temps, now in Spain, 26º-27º in home, are arround 35 idle and 60º in full the CPU and similar in GPU.

Was curious how much room you have left between the CPU PUMP and the Rear Fan?
post #386 of 784
Glad you liked it smile.gif

As you say, the fillport tube acts as a small res. Figured that adding a res or at least of sorts would make it easier to get rid of the air in the system.

As far as hardtubing goes I'm also thinking along the lines of sorting out some of the bends using fittings. However right now I'm not that keen on spending the money on new fitting and the tools for it. We'll see how long it takes for me to convince my self that I "need" to rebuild it with hardtubing. smile.gif

//Ted
post #387 of 784
First TIme Builder here.

Would the following be suitable in terms of noise/termperature for the use - occasional gaming/daily usage

i5 6500 - non overclock - using stock cooler
RX 480 MSI - 'blower' better to keep temps cooler in the Metis? but may be a bit loud but how loud? (240mm) - I had originally planned a GTX Zoltac Mini 1060 but when looking for quality monitors there were none really out there with G Sync, so it made logical sense for me to go for AMD with the range even in terms of 2nd hand monitors available. Total budget want to keep it <950£
Corsair SF450 - Reviewed as the best PSU out there - no issues

So I believe it will fit because Corsair SF is 100mm - leaving room for GPU.
My concern is 1) noise 2) temperature

I will have a blowhole 120mm cut into the top, this will help I suppose significantly? My query is therefore 1) Will normal fans be sufficient (choosing low db ones - e.g http://www.kustompcs.co.uk/acatalog/info_25187.html or will PWM be better in terms of quietness/temperature.

Thanks so much! Looking to really crack on with this.
post #388 of 784
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Originally Posted by fingertoes View Post

Was curious how much room you have left between the CPU PUMP and the Rear Fan?
Nothing jajajajajaja
post #389 of 784
Thanks
post #390 of 784
Quote:
Originally Posted by dng992 View Post

First TIme Builder here.

Would the following be suitable in terms of noise/termperature for the use - occasional gaming/daily usage

i5 6500 - non overclock - using stock cooler
RX 480 MSI - 'blower' better to keep temps cooler in the Metis? but may be a bit loud but how loud? (240mm) - I had originally planned a GTX Zoltac Mini 1060 but when looking for quality monitors there were none really out there with G Sync, so it made logical sense for me to go for AMD with the range even in terms of 2nd hand monitors available. Total budget want to keep it <950£
Corsair SF450 - Reviewed as the best PSU out there - no issues

So I believe it will fit because Corsair SF is 100mm - leaving room for GPU.
My concern is 1) noise 2) temperature

I will have a blowhole 120mm cut into the top, this will help I suppose significantly? My query is therefore 1) Will normal fans be sufficient (choosing low db ones - e.g http://www.kustompcs.co.uk/acatalog/info_25187.html or will PWM be better in terms of quietness/temperature.

Thanks so much! Looking to really crack on with this.

Can't say much about the graphics card you’ve chosen because I don’t have any experience with it. For reference I can say that I went for Gigabyte 970 itx card and haven’t had any issues with either temps or noise when the card was stock. Albeit when under heavy load the fan was a bit loud, for my taste. Then again I’m a bit picky when it comes to noise…

Regarding the fans, PWM is almost always a better solution imo due to the controllability. With the right software you can setup the fan curves so that you keep your system cool and quiet.
I personally use Speedfan and find it very useful. I know some people find it a bit cumbersome to setup up, but when you get the hang of it, it isn't so bad.
In my setup I’ve set the fan curves to allow for a bit higher idle/low usage temps(35-39c) to keep things almost completely silent. And when the system is under heavy load it of course ramps up the speed of the fans to keep temps under control.

With the specs of your system I imagine that you could have a silent and reasonably cool system using PWM and software to control the fans. Depending on the motherboard, perhaps even the fan curves in the bios would suffice. Having said that you of course don’t have to go the pwm route it just makes things easier.

Cutting a hole in the top of the case helps a lot. Cutting two 120 mm holes will give you even better heat dissipation, although I believe it should suffice with one hole. The pro with two holes is that you can dial down the fans even further and doing by so you get a quieter system.

If you go for the fans that you linked to I’d go for the 600 rpm one to keep it silent for daily use.

//Ted
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