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i think its 2mm hole triangular..
best i could find that looked right for mine, was hexagonal with larger holes...
    
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i think its 2mm hole triangular..
best i could find that looked right for mine, was hexagonal with larger holes...
I did a rough scale measurment and get abour 5.8 mm center to center with 2 mm bar .. about 3.8 mm holes.

May ask where you bought it?
post #633 of 1051
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Looks nice! thumb.gif
Do you know the mesh pattern specifications? Looks like a round hole staggered pattern. I'm curious what the hole size and pattern spacing are. Here is a drawing to show how mesh specifications are done. wink.gif I normally use staggered hexagonal mesh because it is less restrictive, but your staggered round mesh looks good.


yes, you are right it's round hole staggered pattern with 3.8 mm hole diameter with 1 or 2 mm spacing. i am really glad it came out like this as i am ordering international so i wasn't having the option for many trials because the shipping cost to egypt is ridiculous biggrin.gif
post #634 of 1051
Sent mine off this morning for cutting. Crosses fingers thumb.gif
post #635 of 1051
the mesh in the top of my lid is no way 3.8mm holes.....
finished my cutout.. ended up drilling, using a metal cutting jigsaw and a quick file




i'm still waiting on my mesh to turn up.... bought mine via ebay...
    
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Few update on my own WC build project Nemesis.

Joining a hacking club so should have access to a CNC machine, lathe and laser cutter which im going to use for phase 3 of my build. (phase 1 air cool, phase 2 water cool, phase 3 modding)

Found this build on the net today and they put a small display with real time info on- couldn't find any specs on what they used and love the look of it so am going to try to replicate. Anyone have any idea what kind of screen they used and how the likely fed the inputs for it?

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Few update on my own WC build project Nemesis.

Joining a hacking club so should have access to a CNC machine, lathe and laser cutter which im going to use for phase 3 of my build. (phase 1 air cool, phase 2 water cool, phase 3 modding)

Found this build on the net today and they put a small display with real time info on- couldn't find any specs on what they used and love the look of it so am going to try to replicate. Anyone have any idea what kind of screen they used and how the likely fed the inputs for it?


It's a small hdmi powered lcd. You can get them pretty cheap on ebay. It just functions as an additional display. the reslution isn't too great but it doesn't matter. look for lcds for raspberry pi. I bought one for like 25 bucks on ebay for mine. Just haven't gotten around to it yet.
Edited by nycgtr - 4/7/17 at 12:57pm
post #638 of 1051
Hi All,


I need some advise on the below.


Please see both scetched setups:


Airflow 1#




This setup has my H100i V2 in the front with 2x 120MM intake, at the top 3x 120MM outtake and at the end 1x 140MM outtake.


This makes a total of 2x intake and 4x outtake, this will make a negativ airflow


Airflow 2#



This setup has my H100i V2 at the top with 2x 120MM outtake, 3x 120MM at the front intake and at the end 1x140MM outtake.


This makes a total of 3x intake and 3x outtake, this will make a neutral airflow


Which airflow do you guys recommend?


I will connect the 3x 120MM with a 4-Pin PWM Splitter (1x PWM -> 3x PWM) 30CM Sleeved Black.


I will connect the 2x 120MM with a DarkSide 4-pin PWM Dual Fan Power Y-cable Splitter - Jet Black


I will connect the 1x 140MM with a 4-Pin PWM Fan Extension Cable 30CM .


Also which program can I use the best to control my fans?


I hope you guys can help me out.


Cheers,
post #639 of 1051
Option 1 and just keep the exhaust fan speeds low. If your mobo had fan control, use that. If not, speedfan.
    
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post #640 of 1051
I heard your better off using the fixed rpm noisblockers and voltage controlling them. Less noise than the pwm one (source using 6 epopp b12-2 on my build for this reason)
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