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thanks i will try to cut it precisely and then put rubber to close the gaps

I wish you well in your trying.

 

Unless you can acquire another panel (even used that someone no longer needs) and try again learning what you did with this one.

post #18392 of 19729
can someone give a link to buy a rubber tape that i can stick on edges of the window (NOT THE U CHANNEL)
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That's why I decided to do a full glass panel, maybe smoked glass...I don't trust my cutting skills.
post #18394 of 19729
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can someone give a link to buy a rubber tape that i can stick on edges of the window (NOT THE U CHANNEL)

What part of the world are you in?

 

If you're in the USA and need to order it online: http://www.amazon.com/3M-Scotch-Heavy-Mounting-Clear/dp/B00004Z4BU maybe someone else can suggest a cheaper place.

 

Also watch this video tongue.gif biggrin.gif:

 

And this one:

 

post #18395 of 19729
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I'd skip that combo and go for an alphacool rad like the Monsta 240mm or UT45. Both will be silent and better, multiport is cool as well.
As for the pump the mcp35x has pwm control and can be silent when used on low speed. (which is more than enough)

I'm pretty sure that the Monsta 240 won't fit very well with my PSU.. not to mention the price of both radiator's... the performance over the ones I have selected with low RPM's wont be worth the cost in this build frown.gif
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They perform good with low rpm, hence the suggestion.
If anything EX is denser than RS and RX, I'd go with RX or RS rads for cheap and decent with low rpm.
Get a raystorm block, good and cheap, and I guess a cheaper pump would do if need be. You can always sell it and grab a better one if you need to wc more than one gpu.
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In your opinion, are two 140mm/120mm fans preferable to be mounted on the top panel of the case?

As the specs of the fans go:

140mm / 1000RPM / 63.5CFM
120mm / 1500RPM / 75.3CFM
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In your opinion, are two 140mm/120mm fans preferable to be mounted on the top panel of the case?

As the specs of the fans go:

140mm / 1000RPM / 63.5CFM
120mm / 1500RPM / 75.3CFM

Depends on your goal's and needs. Generally 120mm fan's are used due to fan selection. there are a million 120mm fan's to choose from. 140mm fan's are mostly used in low noise applications. they are a little larger than 120mm so they can move more air per RPM, couple that with an overall lower max RPM and they make for better quiet/low noise applications.

Personally I use 120's as cooler fan's and 140's as case fan's as much as possible, but I like low noise smile.gif
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

They perform good with low rpm, hence the suggestion.
If anything EX is denser than RS and RX, I'd go with RX or RS rads for cheap and decent with low rpm.
Get a raystorm block, good and cheap, and I guess a cheaper pump would do if need be. You can always sell it and grab a better one if you need to wc more than one gpu.

at their price I bet they perform better lol. I however have to keep the budget low on this one, Its only the back up rig. Its only going to be sporting a Sapphire TOXIC 6950(unlocked and ran at stock 6970 clock's/shade count) and a 955BE(only overclocked if needed to feed the toxic). I'm not looking to crank the voltage's or go crazy with an overclock. I'm looking quiet operation in a pretty hot ambient room.

Once this loop is done my sig rig will need a new case, gpu (maybe mobo if ASUS stiff's me...) and another loop. Its going to need to handle my i5 @ over 4.7Ghz(hits 4.7 on air now) along with mobo and RAM (for shiggles only) and what ever single GPU solution I select for running a 120Hz monitor. That loop the monsta rad's might be utilized better.
Edited by KhaoticKomputing - 3/5/13 at 9:30am
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Depends on your goal's and needs. Generally 120mm fan's are used due to fan selection. there are a million 120mm fan's to choose from. 140mm fan's are mostly used in low noise applications. they are a little larger than 120mm so they can move more air per RPM, couple that with an overall lower max RPM and they make for better quiet/low noise applications.

Personally I use 120's as cooler fan's and 140's as case fan's as much as possible, but I like low noise smile.gif

I see. These 3 pin case fans can never change speed right? So, hook them to a molex adaptor better?
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I see. These 3 pin case fans can never change speed right? So, hook them to a molex adaptor better?

either hook the up to a molex with an adapter or hook them up to your motherboard fan headers and adjust speed as needed in BIOS. However once you set a speed on a 3-pin fan, that is what it will run at. You need 4-pin pwm fans if you want the speeds of the fans to adjust as temps rise/drop.
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