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post #21 of 27
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i guess there are no more responses. i'm going with my original gut feeling now tuniq tower here i come!
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post #22 of 27
They make one with a light on the fan too, if you're into that stuff. You'll dig it - looks manly in your case LOL!
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post #23 of 27
True must face towards the top of case where if you mod the tuniq by cutting the k8 off you can have it face towards back of case.
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post #24 of 27
tuniq lookd better than the TRUE thats for sure !!!

if u can remove the tuniqs original fan and install a scythe s-flex in that place then it should perform more or less same as the TRUE !
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post #25 of 27
Tuniq tower, Excellent clearance, i've lapped mine + washer modded it. Cools my oc'd Q6700 very well.

pic of clearance + washer mod

    
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post #26 of 27
Guys,

I have just built my first PC - Asus P5k Premium Motherboard, Q6600 chip, 4GB memory and the Tuniq Tower.

Everything's fitted ok apart from the Tuniq issue. Which is as follows:

I connected the Tuniq Fan 3 Pin lead to the CPUFAN 4 pin slot as everyone has advised me.

HOWEVER, I also fitted the Tuniq Fan Controller on the PCI slot but cannot for the life of me work out where I connect the 2 pin lead to - everyone keeps talking in riddles and I cant understand them, so if you respond please try and give me an answer in laymans terms...many thanks...

The easy answer I am hoping for is either (a) you dont need to connect the controller at all, or (b) if you want it, please connect to socket (?) on the Asus Motherboard???

I have a P182 case which has 2 built in fan controllers for the top and back fan - note I have to remove the bottom mid fan as there was no room for my "be quiet!" fan power leads otherwise.

Cheers

R.
post #27 of 27
Hi Raghav, WELCOME to OCN

You reply is what we call a Hi Jack.

You would be far better with your own post actually.
Please Copy and paste it to you own original post please
    
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