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post #9031 of 19729
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Originally Posted by KruperTrooper View Post
yesh, ima boss. I think ill do that
Dude awesome Sunbeam Rheobus mod vid.
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post #9032 of 19729
Thanks for the Youtube link KruperTrooper. I enjoyed watching dude mod that controller. Didn't know you could buy loose LED's like that and change colors on stuff.
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post #9033 of 19729
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Originally Posted by KruperTrooper View Post
Is there a way to buy fan wire extenders? I might get a fan controller, and the length of the wires coming out the fan isn't long enough to stretch that far.

I was looking at the Sunbeam Rheobus but the reviews on newegg are only 49% 5 star reviews.
Or the Sunbeam Extreme. That one has better reviews.

But both of them light up blue, and i wanted to go with a green theme cuz its an Nvidia case. Any suggestions?
normally i don't like it when a few of the reviews say that they had fires in the cases using someones product....
    
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post #9034 of 19729
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Originally Posted by MicroMiniMe View Post
Cool, is there a picture of your setup on the back pages? If so, do you know approximately where?
Here's the current setup.

I have a 120x120x38mm Panaflo M on the bottom door fan spot blowing out, and a 120x120x25mm Antec fan blowing on onto the CPU cooler from the top door slot.
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post #9035 of 19729
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Originally Posted by Capwn View Post
I mount my PSU however it seems to work best. I know one thing, I dont need some standard blah blah telling ME the best way to mount MY psu. Its more common sense than anything.
Actually, I agree with you 100%

The ATX standard does not take in to consideration the fact that people like us have massive air flow in our cases and our methods create an excess amount of heat! The ATX standard address the 'top mount' PS and mostly common production builds like a Dell, Compaq, etc...

Having said that...
1. A PS's biggest enemy is heat.
2. Pulling fresh cool air from out side the case furthers the cooling effect of the load we put on our PS.
3. Drawing fresh air usually provides for less dust build up, another enemy of the PS.
4. If drawing air from outside the case furthers the cable configuration, all the better too.
    
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post #9036 of 19729
I've taken out some of the trash.
Please don't make me come back with a bulldozer!!!

Stay On Topic, be friendly
    
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post #9037 of 19729

Found another mod video for the Sunbeam Rheobus Extreme controller. This one is a little bit more advanced so I think ill stick with the other one.

But I figure I would post this so that if anyone else has soldering experience, they can do this mod if they wish.

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post #9038 of 19729
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Originally Posted by coelacanth View Post
Here's the current setup.

I have a 120x120x38mm Panaflo M on the bottom door fan spot blowing out, and a 120x120x25mm Antec fan blowing on onto the CPU cooler from the top door slot.
Sweet, that's what I needed coelacanth. Much appreciated.

Quote:
Originally Posted by The Duke View Post
Actually, I agree with you 100%

The ATX standard does not take in to consideration the fact that people like us have massive air flow in our cases and our methods create an excess amount of heat! The ATX standard address the 'top mount' PS and mostly common production builds like a Dell, Compaq, etc...

Having said that...
1. A PS's biggest enemy is heat.
2. Pulling fresh cool air from out side the case furthers the cooling effect of the load we put on our PS.
3. Drawing fresh air usually provides for less dust build up, another enemy of the PS.
4. If drawing air from outside the case furthers the cable configuration, all the better too.
That's an aspect that hadn't occurred to me about getting more cable length pulling air from the bottom. I just spent most of the day looking for cable extensions on Ebay and NewEgg.
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post #9039 of 19729
Hey guys, I am Lemerex from VSPerformance, new here to the site and saw that there is a a forum for my CM690...

I got a youtube account too...soo feel free to sub if you would like....
www.youtube.com/user/lemerex1


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post #9040 of 19729
Cool computer bro.

Liked that you picked green
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