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post #11 of 17
Just try and route them a bit better.

Keep the temperature probes, I like them
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post #12 of 17
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Originally Posted by prosser13 View Post
Just try and route them a bit better.

Keep the temperature probes, I like them
What purpose do they serve?
post #13 of 17
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What purpose do they serve?
ive got one probe in a gutted fan which i use as a spacer between the rad and the tower (obviously the rad is mounted on it, check sig pics)

It tells me the temp of the air being exhausted out the rear of the system, before it gets sucked in through the rad.

As for cable management, i recently did similar after installing a new fan controller. what i did was route as many cables as i could behind the motherboard tray - it works. and it will look nicer and help for smoother airflow.
post #14 of 17
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ive got one probe in a gutted fan which i use as a spacer between the rad and the tower (obviously the rad is mounted on it, check sig pics)

It tells me the temp of the air being exhausted out the rear of the system, before it gets sucked in through the rad.

As for cable management, i recently did similar after installing a new fan controller. what i did was route as many cables as i could behind the motherboard tray - it works. and it will look nicer and help for smoother airflow.
And knowing the temperature of the air does what for you?
post #15 of 17
Little bits of info - they are just interesting.

If you can, why not?

Fairly sure the BigNG can run automatically off their reporting too.
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post #16 of 17
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And knowing the temperature of the air does what for you?
Seeing as i installed a fan controller, quite a lot .
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Seeing as i installed a fan controller, quite a lot .
I'm honestly curious though, what does it do for your? What does knowing the temps of the air do for your that the temps of your CPU/GPU can't?
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