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post #6971 of 19729
doat : hahaha the purple light came from my friend's PC...its like right next to mine...

twocables : the other side looks almost the same as the previous photo i uploaded with the exception that the drive bay is much more clearer with just the 3 pin connectors from the fans in there...
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post #6972 of 19729
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Originally Posted by MaxSteR View Post
doat : hahaha the purple light came from my friend's PC...its like right next to mine...

twocables : the other side looks almost the same as the previous photo i uploaded with the exception that the drive bay is much more clearer with just the 3 pin connectors from the fans in there...
Oh, I didn't look closely enough. That's better than I thought!
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post #6973 of 19729
hehehe... well thnkx Twocables...its all thankx to u guys...
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post #6974 of 19729
that looks real nice! now ive got something to do if mine is finished xD
keep up with the others.... lol, ill do my best^^
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post #6975 of 19729
x-post from the air cooling board:

Question for the gurus here:

I have two Panaflos and two Slipstreams arriving today. I'm trying to decide on how I'm going to set them up.

Panaflo http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835705003

Slipstream SH: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185060

I'm thinking of putting the Xigmatek DK fan as a bottom intake, one slipstream as intake in the 5.25'' bays and the other as exhaust at the rear, with the two panaflos strapped to the Dark Knight. I will also have an old Scythe Minebea 64CFM as the top rear exhaust.

I have a Lamptrom FC-2 to control everything.

Does this setup sound fair? For noise reasons, would it be unwise to have the Pull panaflo rigged to a 5v/12v/off switch if I don't need it? Would having the Push panaflo blowing into the other one a bad idea?

Any advice is appreciated.
post #6976 of 19729
well what you need is a Pull and Push system, pull the air in but with little noise so i would put a Slip on the front, maybe move the bottom fan and put it up the top in the dvd bay as not much are gets in from the bottom, also you need to think about the heat, heat rises naturally so having a good exaust is good, depending on which way your have your heatsink, you may wanna try that in 2 ways, sideways with air goin out the back or upwards with air goin up through the top of case.

the panaflo are a little louder and have a little less airflow so maybe one on the heatsink would be a good idea and the other one on the top or back depending on which way your heatsink is pointing, the 64cfm i would place with the top one or if the heatsink is pointin maybe on the back if you get that.

anyways thats what i think, Slipstream front, bottom, Panaflo 1 CPU, ither top or back depending on heatsink and the 64CFM ither top or back depending on heatsink again.
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post #6977 of 19729
Actually, it's a Push/Pull system: one fan pushes the air through the fins, and the other fan pulls the air out.
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post #6978 of 19729
ye i know but he ment on his case so i was sayin use the same on his case

not a fan of 2 fans on heatsink tbh, one could be goin to quick and other 2 slow and you just get dead air then and not really much heat out of it, But each to there own i guess, could maybe put a y connector on so 2 fans are controlled by 1 nob i guess
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post #6979 of 19729
what about using positive air pressure ?
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what about using positive air pressure ?
That = a lot of dust in your case, negative is more dust free . But the closer you get to balancing the two, the better.
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