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Butterz would know but he's toddled off to lala land it looks like. I've got the 932 otherwise I'd count them for you brudda. :mellowmsmi

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I think there's 57 on the 932, so I imagine the X is pretty close. They sell them in boxes of 100 anyway, so you'd be safe no matter what with one box.
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I think there's 57 on the 932, so I imagine the X is pretty close. They sell them in boxes of 100 anyway, so you'd be safe no matter what with one box.
I remember something around there and yeah I was just thinking about getting like a 100 just to be safe.I know there weren't even close to that.thanks
    
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The difference between 2x 120 and 1x 200? 2x 120 will probably move more air than a single 200. BUT, in moving the same amounts of sir, a single 200 can do it in few rotations than two 120s - fewer rotations=less turbulence=less noise.
So which do you want? a Cooler PC? or a Quieter PC? Keeping in mind that both 2x 120s and 1x 200 will both keep your case cool and both will make some noise.

From my own experience, I used to do the the "120s everywhere!" thing, and my roommate first semester of college did too (LanBoy air - it was literally covered in 120s. Sounded like a freaking jet engine). It keeps the computer cool, but they make a fair amount of noise. I have since upgraded to a HAF X (200 side, 200 top, 200 front, 120 back, 120 in the VGA duct, 2x 120s in push-pull on CPU Heat Sink), and it is much quieter and keep me just as cool



To make the 570 cooler, consider an after market cooler.
To make the whole case cooler, consider some (serious) wire management. the whole reason I dropped the extra money on the HAF X was because of it's incredible wire management. There are holes to the space behind the mobo tray all over the place, and there is plenty of room back there. Figure out where in your case you can hide your cables (maybe consider some extensions, so you can route your cables to those places - single braid extensions always make you look cool). That in itself will do wonders for your case temps, just by allowing for better air flow.
the fans i want to but in is mainly to try and get a Quieter 570 ive only tested a few games and the 570 seemed a bit loud at one point on a havy load i didnt check the fan speed put the temp was reading 70°C - 75°C. I no its not to hot but it might just take me a bit time getting used to a totally new set up and the noise. i had a quick look the other day at 570 coolers just wasn't sure if they would still work in sli,might be worth another look.
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Hey guys.

New to the forums. Some awesome articles and people on here.

Here's my rig. Still some work to do. Sorry about the photo quality....my camera sucks.




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Hey guys.

New to the forums. Some awesome articles and people on here.

Here's my rig. Still some work to do. Sorry about the photo quality....my camera sucks.
Welcome and nice set up!

You need to consider what I just bought and am presently waiting on getting delivered... This. That side panel is begging for it!!!

Oh, and I figure... if you aren't a professional photo shooter, never a need to apologize for the quality of you pix! But look around and you will find some really beautiful shots of rig done by many of the members. There is even a thread with guides if you are interested. Personally... just been lazy myself.
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
Butterz would know but he's toddled off to lala land it looks like. I've got the 932 otherwise I'd count them for you brudda. :mellowmsmi

~Ceadder
Actually, I have about 1000 pc rivets in my garage so i never took the time to count them on my case And I wouldnt know where to start if i did count them, just out of curiosity tho, the X is already painted so why else would you take it completely appart??
Edited by THC Butterz - 7/28/11 at 10:20am
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Well, I've been considering further improvements to cooling my 480's.
Their load temps. aren't too bad now, but I'm obsessed with getting the lowest temps. possible.
After pricing out about six Panaflow 120x38mm high-speed fans, (for the door panel and the two floor fans) and some better thermal compound, I came to realize that the small gain from that, maybe another 5C at load, just isn't worth the expense and added noise.

I think I've gone as far as is practical with air cooling these cards, and the system as a whole.

I've always considered the idea of going to water-cooling, but the only thing that really kept me from doing it was the cost. I'm not worried about leaks or the ability to rig up a good water cooled system, if you do it right, that isn't likely to be an issue.

Looking at the gains from water, there's no comparison.
Just comparing the gpu temps, I could realisically expect extreme load temps in the high 40's, compared to the 80's with my current air coolers.

It's a huge difference.
As well, there are the benefits of much slimmer cards with water blocks mounted on them, and less noise from needing high-cfm fans for case cooling.

And of course the benefits to the cpu cooling.

I am always limited to a specific budget, making my purchases as I can afford to. At present I've got about $300 to play with, and my plan is to do it in stages. I can start with an XSPC Rasa kit, with an RX360 rad, and a separate gpu block, for one 480 for now. I would remove the other 480 for the time being, and then get another block for it when budget allows.

Ultimately, I would want to use the RX360 rad to cool both gpu's, and get a second 240 rad for the cpu, probably on it's own loop. Of course I could just use the 360 for one gpu and the cpu for now, lots of possibilities.

I'm fully aware of the kit's limitations, the included tubing is not the best, so I would get some better quality tubing. The other thing I would want to change is the included XSPC res/pump combo, to a better separate pump and res.

This would probably go a bit beyond the $300 budget, but that can be a bit flexible.

Nice thing is that the 932 has good provisions for watercooling, initially I would mount the 360 under the top of the case, there's lots of room for a separate pump and res. as I've removed the hd cages.

Should I go for it
    
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Actually, I have about 1000 pc rivets in my garage so i never took the time to count them on my case And I wouldnt know where to start if i did count them, just out of curiosity tho, the X is already painted so why else would you take it completely appart??
Watercooling, Modding, Painting different colors. You get the idea.

I'm getting my Full Coverage block next week. One more part down a million to go.

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Welcome and nice set up!

You need to consider what I just bought and am presently waiting on getting delivered... This. That side panel is begging for it!!!

Oh, and I figure... if you aren't a professional photo shooter, never a need to apologize for the quality of you pix! But look around and you will find some really beautiful shots of rig done by many of the members. There is even a thread with guides if you are interested. Personally... just been lazy myself.
Nice panel. I've got a buddy with a plasma cutter CNC machine. Sent him an idea for a side panel. Will post pics as soon as he's done.
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