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Me want in!!, i really, really, REALLY need dust filters biggrin.gif:



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my dusty HAF 922 just before cleaning it and yes, it has a stealth dvd writer slot sneaky.gif

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tis pretty thumb.gif

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insides (need cable ext. psu cables are pretty short), crappy camera

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my stickers, better place that on front of the case imo, i needs moar biggrin.gif
Edited by mikeyzelda - 12/13/11 at 2:07pm
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I actually should get some filters for my 912 but have no idea what to get....
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Ceadder, you should have went with the D5/655 instead. I saw what you said about it being too pricy but you could gotten one then a second and a dual connector. Personally, I would run 2 XSPC Dualbay res/pump combos (the ones that accept a D5) since mine is a none vario but running at 17v and after its bleed I cant hear it at all even with all fans off.

My PC has gone through a few changes so far, first I sorta kinda damaged my P8P67 PRO so I picked up a brand new one and it worked great. Unfortunately to my dismay it only worked for 2 days then wouldn't power on (too bad too since it ran my 2600k at a lower vcore at the same speed). I swapped my damaged board for a Sabertooth P67, got everything set back up and the chip in all my water going then........ nothing.

I powered on got the CD light etc but no post nothing at all. Now I would have said psu or mobo but its brand new and didnt trip everything like the dead PRO and the PSU lit up all the fans and lighting and the pump. Then I took a look at the board and what other LED could be on but the freaking CPU LED stating an issue with the CPU. I tried several remounts and bent a single pin back that was ever so slightly out of line yet still nothing, no post. The dead board killed my chip.

Sent the board and CPU out to ASUS and Intel respectively and they just arrived today. Too bad I won't see any results for several days and several more once the CPU ships. Anyways..... BEYOND PISSED since it was a 2 day old board that not only fried itself but killed my CPU.

Sorry to hear bout ur Board problem. Sometimes that can be rather nasty no matter who the manu is. mellowsmiley.gif

I was considering a Bay Combo but then I looked at how I would have to fill it, ease of bleeding/draining etc and honestly I'd rather not have to leave 3 inches of tubing for slide flexibility. Drooping hoses would have my OCD going nuts even if I'm not looking inside the case. It's just the knowing if you know what I mean. wink.gif

I wouldn't mind the D5 but at $80 apiece not including top and pump covers that's just too much for a first loop imho. I can always sell the whole pump array to offset the upgrade later on. smile.gif
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I actually should get some filters for my 912 but have no idea what to get....

There may be a DEMCiFlex kit available for the 912. If so that's the one to get. A little spendy but I've gotten nearly 2 years worth of use out of mine and they're still going strong. Use Formula $60/24*x=y and solve for cheapo filter material. Quite a few people use cheap screen or ladies hosiery. The cheap screen doesn't have the same protection that DEMCiFlex does cause it's not medical grade which you can't get unless you have someone on the inside. Ladies hosiery is prone to runs and tears and how many of them would you end up getting for a big fan case? That ends up more costly over this span of time than a couple of these filter kits that you can use to swap over on the fly w/o shutting down. If you have down time anyway then one is your best bet.

If you go with DEMCiFlex get the full kit + 140 and long 40mm filter and don't pull all your 5.25 plates. Use Duct Tape on them to seal the ones that you won't use to keep the air flow there to a minimum. With the grills in place nobody realizes that there us something different going on. thumb.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
Edited by Ceadderman - 12/13/11 at 7:02pm
 
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These were taken at Manyak's house in mid-November 2010. Figured you'd all appreciate these. 

This is Orion II - Orion III's predecessor, running an i7 950 @ 4.4GHz, 2x GTX 460s, 1x GTS 250, 6GB of G.Skill 1600MHz Ripjaws, and an EVGA X58 LE (SLI3).

Beautiful shots... there's some blemishes here and there, but we did our best with what we had.

Taken with 5D Mark II, with 24-70 f/2.8 lens. Used various tripods and umbrella-lights. We had a white sheet for a white background too, but ran out of time that night to switch from the black.


Here's the results (not original resolution... these are big enough rolleyes.gif )

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Nice job on the rig. And even nicer photo skills.
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@Deviot
I was looking at your build (Current System)... I was a little intrigued by your choice to get a 1200 watt power supply with a Radeon 6990. Now, I know the 6990 is one of the two best cards available, but I suspect (because of your power supply) that you will be adding another one? If not, then your GFX choice is a bit odd with that power supply.
That was my original comment (or train of thought, that didn't really warrant me to post on the matter).
Here is the thing that actually made me post. You have one of the two best cards available (where performance per dollar isn't important, just performance), and you got a i5-750? I mean, not even sandy bridge.... Now I know that some good gaming can be done on your chip, but to spring for a video card where extreme performance is given at the cost of value... And the same with the SSDs (which came out after Sandy Bridge, if I wiki'ed it right.)... but to keep that chip... it doesn't really make sense to me. Almost like you tried to go high end (case, mouse, keyboard, mousepad, hard drives, ssds, cpu cooler, motherboard (for that particular socket at least)), but to stay with something that isn't high end..
Not to be rude or criticize or anything.... Just my train of thought on how it struck me as... very odd.
ANYWAY, back to the real reason that I came here to post about... I developed a mid-high pitched (or would it be high-mid pitched) whistling noise in my case. I am having a bit of trouble trying to figure out what it is. It is the HAFBeast build that is listed in my sig (I think it is in my sig). I just built it on November 15th. For the most part, it hasn't really had any trouble.
The only thing that has happened to the build is that the hard drive was dropped from about 3'10" height due to moving (not in the drive cage, just bare drive hitting tile floor). I decided to leave it packed and wait until I got to my destination to test the drive (was cold, about 45 degrees, and I waited about an hour before I booted the machine up.). The drive worked and all so I didn't think anything about it.
Now, I am not saying the drive is making the noise. Could be somethign else. However, it is somewhat consistent, it changes pitch in a small range of variation.
Any help or ideas or troubleshooting tips would be appreciated. At request, I could perform test (such as if it makes the sound when booting, and if not when does it begin... blah.. blah...). I just really wish to get this fixed.


Hi Cy4n1d3 i do agree about my old i5 750
That motherboard and cpu was from a previous build i am prob going too upgrade to x79 when boxing day comes around!
However that cpu and motherboard have done some extraodanary things! I have thrown rediculus amounts of voltage at them
transfered them from case to case and they have never let me down:thumb:
also im currently working on my first watercooling setup....testing now just waiting for parts to arrive from mountain mods and petras here is a pic- testing pump and rad
i want to do my first loop with that motherboard and cpu and see how far i can push them under water Before i upgrade to x79
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post #16936 of 23536
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

There may be a DEMCiFlex kit available for the 912. If so that's the one to get. A little spendy but I've gotten nearly 2 years worth of use out of mine and they're still going strong. Use Formula $60/24*x=y and solve for cheapo filter material. Quite a few people use cheap screen or ladies hosiery. The cheap screen doesn't have the same protection that DEMCiFlex does cause it's not medical grade which you can't get unless you have someone on the inside. Ladies hosiery is prone to runs and tears and how many of them would you end up getting for a big fan case? That ends up more costly over this span of time than a couple of these filter kits that you can use to swap over on the fly w/o shutting down. If you have down time anyway then one is your best bet.
If you go with DEMCiFlex get the full kit + 140 and long 40mm filter and don't pull all your 5.25 plates. Use Duct Tape on them to seal the ones that you won't use to keep the air flow there to a minimum. With the grills in place nobody realizes that there us something different going on. thumb.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

They don't have the 912 as an option, so I guess I will have to order the filters manually.

But you say "Don't pull all your 5.25" Explain a little better what you meant by that? By pull do you mean remove or somethign?
post #16937 of 23536
^^^^ My 912 came with screen in the front and on bottom for psu, and at least in my case they do work. I have to clean them about once a month.
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They don't have the 912 as an option, so I guess I will have to order the filters manually.
But you say "Don't pull all your 5.25" Explain a little better what you meant by that? By pull do you mean remove or somethign?

I don't know where you live but this site in AUS has them was thinking about it for mine but i just ended up getting a cheap 120mm fan filter off Ebay for 5 bucks will see how that goes.

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=9_26_576&products_id=18705

Also my stock filters work OK maybe not for micro dust
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Would it work to make homemade filters out of pantyhoses? rolleyes.gif
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I don't know where you live but this site in AUS has them was thinking about it for mine but i just ended up getting a cheap 120mm fan filter off Ebay for 5 bucks will see how that goes.
http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=9_26_576&products_id=18705
Also my stock filters work OK maybe not for micro dust

Just bought them for my HAF932... Well i got the last ones in stock biggrin.gif
I had to ring them to make sure they had enough stock. And he was like "yeah, idk why it's taking so long to process" and gave me free express! biggrin.gif

I'll be sure to write up a review within the next few weeks for you guys!
 
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