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Poll Results: What is your case color?

 
  • 40% (154)
    White
  • 31% (118)
    Balck
  • 9% (36)
    Black/Blue
  • 18% (70)
    Black/Red
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post #1951 of 2715
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Originally Posted by UNDR8D View Post

yer go for it haha i based it off noise vs rpm by turning the fans up manually till i found something i can deal with but yer u can fine tune to ur liking later but i reckon its a good start for u instead of forking out dollars thumb.gif


ahaha yes i agree, i hope this is the solution ive been looking for, thanks again bro, will report soon!

thanks thanks
post #1952 of 2715
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ahaha yes i agree, i hope this is the solution ive been looking for, thanks again bro, will report soon!

thanks thanks


no worries happy to help...good luck thumb.gif
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post #1953 of 2715


The case at the moment. Changes in the near future smile.gif
post #1954 of 2715


My newly build it turned out pretty good, not much troubles.

Build specs:
NZXT s340
MSI M7 mobo
Intel 6600k @ 4.5GHz 1.250v
G.SKILL Ripjaws 2400mhz
GTX 1070
Samsung 750 SSD (500GB)
Corsair AF fans 120&140mm
NZXT Kraken x61
Deep cool RGB lighting kit

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post #1955 of 2715
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Originally Posted by ericool69 View Post



My newly build it turned out pretty good, not much troubles.

Build specs:
NZXT s340
MSI M7 mobo
Intel 6600k @ 4.5GHz 1.250v
G.SKILL Ripjaws 2400mhz
GTX 1070
Samsung 750 SSD (500GB)
Corsair AF fans 120&140mm
NZXT Kraken x61
Deep cool RGB lighting kit

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nice build, may i ask what are your GPU temps while gaming? i would like to know how does having a big rad in front affects GPU temps.
post #1956 of 2715
JayzTwoCents did a video on this and the results leaded into that it didn't matter where your rad was because it will only make 1 degree difference or less.

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCZ5iP5cu8g
post #1957 of 2715
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Originally Posted by ericool69 View Post

JayzTwoCents did a video on this and the results leaded into that it didn't matter where your rad was because it will only make 1 degree difference or less.

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCZ5iP5cu8g

i've seen that video but to be honest i dont buy it.

To me the GPU will get a lot hotter because of the rad, you have an open cooler design so thats why i was asking you.

For example, i dont have a rad, i have a GTX 980 HOF and gaming it runs at 65 to 69 depending on the game, but i am considering putting a rad in the front, but if my temps go above 75 gaming i wont do it.
post #1958 of 2715
you should try it yourself buy a 240mm AIO and test it out for yourself and if you see to notice really hot temps, you should return it and buy a 120mm AIO so you can mount it in the front

For me it doesn't really matter because where i live (San Francisco) the wheather is really cool so it basically cools down my computer,

My CPU max temp's were at low 70 and in gaming around the mid 50-60

GPU wise ill still conducting some test what are my temps and all, and if its pretty cool ill overclock it just a tad bit
post #1959 of 2715
having a rad in front of the GPU's or not will not affect the temps of GPU 100% as @ericool69 mentioned i can guarantee this with my setup

the GPU's will get hot regardless, i've put an extra fan for this purpose and also re-scaled my fan profile in afterburner and now everything run cool as

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post #1960 of 2715
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Originally Posted by ericool69 View Post

you should try it yourself buy a 240mm AIO and test it out for yourself and if you see to notice really hot temps, you should return it and buy a 120mm AIO so you can mount it in the front

For me it doesn't really matter because where i live (San Francisco) the wheather is really cool so it basically cools down my computer,

My CPU max temp's were at low 70 and in gaming around the mid 50-60

GPU wise ill still conducting some test what are my temps and all, and if its pretty cool ill overclock it just a tad bit

thanks, i already have an h60 in the back but i am upgrading my cpu since currently i run an i3 (lol) but next month im thinking of going 6700k and im not sure how the h60 will handle the overclock. I have had custom loops before but i rather stay away from that as it gets too expensive.

i can live with low 70's while gaming i guess....
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