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post #17731 of 23536
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Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post

Easily. Although unlike this old pic, you'll probably want intake. Dropped my temps a few degrees.
IMG]http://www.overclock.net/image/id/1809795/width/600/height/450[/IMG[/URL

So intake with just 1 set of fans?

Sorry, I'm an idiot. I get what you're saying... doh.gif
Edited by bajer29 - 2/10/12 at 10:01am
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post #17732 of 23536
For the 922 convo on the previous page:

I have a 922. and I feel that having all those fans in your system will only create a turbulent airflow inside your case. I have my case setup with the 200mm front bottom as intake, 200mm up top as exhaust, H60 on the rear in Push/pull set as intake. I do have warm air exhausting out the front meshing. But it keeps the dust off. My temps are 35*c under a full folding load.
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post #17733 of 23536
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Originally Posted by itswhatever24 View Post

I actually used the live chat option and got through to somebody in a matter of seconds. If anybody has been wondering, the transparent acrylic side window panels for the HAF-912 are out of stock and will only be restocked sometime next month. The guy said it will appear here when it is in stock
Code:
http://cmstore.coolermaster-usa.com/
I guess I'll be checking their site more often

I bought the same thing, with shipping and such it cost me $35.66
post #17734 of 23536
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Wow, really? How long have they been holding them? What do they think drugs are packed in those tiny things or something? State secrets maybe? eh-smiley.gif
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~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

5 days. Seriously. I have EVERYTHING else for my build except the pumps.
 
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post #17735 of 23536
Thought I'd share a PM'd response I received to a question I posted on watercooling my HAF 932 and see what y'all think, just looking for as many opinions as I can get before I place my order later this month.
Quote:
You can put a ex360 rad in the top LINK
A 120 mm on the inside back exhaust LINK
Get about 10 feet of the tubing color you want LINK
For fitting you will need one 90 LINK and ten barbs LINK one sli fitting LINK
a pump and res LINK this is a 655 and will run your loop easy.
A Cpu block LINK that is the top cpu block right now
and two videocard blocks you can find them here LINK
A kill coil LINK as a Antimicrobial
and a gallon of distilled water at walmart for $1
You should not run coolants or dyes in your loop as they will gunk your loop

All input welcome. I'm looking to lower temps while getting a decent OC on my sig rig. I'd also read about getting a 360 and 2x120s somewhere if doing intense OCs. Thanks guys, cheers cheers.gif
    
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post #17736 of 23536
i got kicked out of french class in hs after 1 semester lol tongue.gif
post #17737 of 23536
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Originally Posted by conwa View Post

My Asus maximus gene-z board got connection spots for 2 cpu fans and 3 casefans.
My new HAF 922 is going to have 9 fans.
7 of them are casefans.
2 @ Front (200mm + 120 mm)
2 @ Top (2x 120mm)
1 @ exhaust (120mm)
1 @ bottom (120mm)
1 @ side (200mm)
The 120 mm are CM Sickleflow 2000rpm.
I never had so much fans before and my question is:
Do i have to split the MB connections uppon 2 fans?
Should i just connect the sickleflows to the MB and the others to my PSU?

The Gene-z can't control 3pin fans very well, the minimum speed is 1500rpm on a chassis fan header, on the cpu header they are always at 100%
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post #17738 of 23536
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Hehe oops eyeballs skipped the Gene portion of that tag. tongue.gif
Though you could always get a reasonable fan controller like a Rheostat 6 from the Egg for a little over 20 bucks. Hell I spent that much for my RheoStat 3 at PPCs'. thumb.gif
I would think that it would create a warm air loop, but it may depend on where his system is sitting if its by an open window or AC unit, I'm sure that would change the thermal draft just a little. How much it changes would depend on the level of the breeze introduced to the airflow I think. I know my bro is using a 120 as intake up top while he's using the 200 as an exhaust. So unless he was wanting to play around with it to test I really don't know. Of course then I could set mine up the same way but I'm happy with mine set up in full exhaust. smile.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

I'm in an ambient of 17 degrees, and I've tested three fan setups. With this one I get the better cpu temps than 2x120mm and 1x200mm. I've been doing more cable managemnt and small changes. and will post another picture soon.
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post #17739 of 23536
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Originally Posted by Crunkles View Post

Thought I'd share a PM'd response I received to a question I posted on watercooling my HAF 932 and see what y'all think, just looking for as many opinions as I can get before I place my order later this month.
Quote:
You can put a ex360 rad in the top LINK
A 120 mm on the inside back exhaust LINK
Get about 10 feet of the tubing color you want LINK
For fitting you will need one 90 LINK and ten barbs LINK one sli fitting LINK
a pump and res LINK this is a 655 and will run your loop easy.
A Cpu block LINK that is the top cpu block right now
and two videocard blocks you can find them here LINK
A kill coil LINK as a Antimicrobial
and a gallon of distilled water at walmart for $1
You should not run coolants or dyes in your loop as they will gunk your loop

All input welcome. I'm looking to lower temps while getting a decent OC on my sig rig. I'd also read about getting a 360 and 2x120s somewhere if doing intense OCs. Thanks guys, cheers cheers.gif
Whoever wrote that response did a great job:thumb:
I've also done a lot of research into a decent water cooling setup for my 932. The XSPC rads are very popular. I would think that a 360 for the video cards and a 120 for the cpu would be plenty.
This would be a better pump to use:
www.frozencpu.com/products/2128/ex-pmp-27/Swiftech_MCP655-B_12v_Water_Pump_w_38_Conversion_Kit_317_GPH.html?tl=g30c107s153
which is a Swiftech-branded Laing D5.
There are also XSPC kits, which offer nearly all of the parts, except the gpu blocks, in one kit, such as this upgraded version of the XSPC EX360 Raystorm kit:
www.dazmode.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=178_201&products_id=1874
Edited by DerComissar - 2/10/12 at 7:58pm
    
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post #17740 of 23536
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Originally Posted by Crunkles View Post

Thought I'd share a PM'd response I received to a question I posted on watercooling my HAF 932 and see what y'all think, just looking for as many opinions as I can get before I place my order later this month.
Quote:
You can put a ex360 rad in the top LINK
A 120 mm on the inside back exhaust LINK
Get about 10 feet of the tubing color you want LINK
For fitting you will need one 90 LINK and ten barbs LINK one sli fitting LINK
a pump and res LINK this is a 655 and will run your loop easy.
A Cpu block LINK that is the top cpu block right now
and two videocard blocks you can find them here LINK
A kill coil LINK as a Antimicrobial
and a gallon of distilled water at walmart for $1
You should not run coolants or dyes in your loop as they will gunk your loop

All input welcome. I'm looking to lower temps while getting a decent OC on my sig rig. I'd also read about getting a 360 and 2x120s somewhere if doing intense OCs. Thanks guys, cheers cheers.gif

Killcoil is an anti-corrosion precaution not an anti-microbial one. wink.gif

The 360, Pump/Res and block can be had for about the same price as all 3 listed including pumps and barbs/compression fittings in kit form.

399
*after looking, it comes with compressions fittings this one does. tongue.gif

You can get everything including Yate Loon fans for $230 and shipping for an EK kit. Not sure if it comes with comps or barbs but you could sell the Dye here to pay for the 90 fitting and offset your costs even more. Cheaper to buy a kit really. I don't know if anyone has a Raystorm kit but there is a Rasa kit for $190 around the net as well.

I agree with everything else however. Distilled is the best coolant and running coolants and dies gets old after awhile not only for the gunk it leaves in your junk, but the cost is not very reasonable for what you get from doing so. Also if you have kids or pets you have to worry about caustic materials laying about for them to get into. wink.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
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