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post #2191 of 23536
Anyone ever tested this? Pics and documentation are terrible, but it looks like it should work.
http://www.aerocool.us/peripheral/ea.../easywatch.htm

Thoughts?
post #2192 of 23536
well...all I did was enable "dummy" over clocking in the BIOS and I got up to 3.35..not too bad for a start...I'd like to be over 4.0...hopefully soon!
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Originally Posted by Marauder_IIc View Post
Anyone ever tested this? Pics and documentation are terrible, but it looks like it should work.
http://www.aerocool.us/peripheral/ea.../easywatch.htm

Thoughts?
The first one I thought of is a 3.5" displaying 2 fans and temps http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products...er-ace-35.html
and the second is 5.25" displaying 4 fans and temps http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products...aster-525.html
Both by scythe and with blue displays.
post #2194 of 23536
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ay touge i posted my pic, SIGN ME UP
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Count me in on the HAF 922 list
post #2196 of 23536
Question for anyone with a radiator in the top of their case, do you have the fans on a fan controller or straight into the PSU?
post #2197 of 23536
Fallout, I ALWAYS run my fans off of the PSU. I look for a fan thats noise level is one I can tollerate running at full speed, I prefer the Scythe fans, quiet and solid airflow.

Also, are you running push, pull or push/pull?
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Fallout, I ALWAYS run my fans off of the PSU. I look for a fan thats noise level is one I can tollerate running at full speed, I prefer the Scythe fans, quiet and solid airflow.

Also, are you running push, pull or push/pull?
I'm on air but will be upgrading most of my system and going with water cooling very soon. Just doing some research and planning out what parts to go with. The waiting is driving me crazy.
So far I'm just looking at fans and different CFMs and dBs so I haven't put much thought into push or pull or both. What do you thinks the best?
By the way, first lot of rep for your quick reply!
post #2199 of 23536
In the department store, I can buy pantyhoses with thickness ranging from thinnest, middle, and thickest. Which of them would be the best bet for making a dust filter for my 230mm and 120mm fans? Lol..

Also, I really don't understand the guide in the first post on how to apply the pantyhoses, please help me I hope someone could give more detailed pictures on this.
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Count me in on the HAF 922 list
Added, welcome!

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Originally Posted by FalloutBoy View Post
I'm on air but will be upgrading most of my system and going with water cooling very soon. Just doing some research and planning out what parts to go with. The waiting is driving me crazy.
So far I'm just looking at fans and different CFMs and dBs so I haven't put much thought into push or pull or both. What do you thinks the best?
By the way, first lot of rep for your quick reply!
Push/Pull is the way to go. Have the top pulling air from outside the case and the bottom sucking it through.

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In the department store, I can buy pantyhoses with thickness ranging from thinnest, middle, and thickest. Which of them would be the best bet for making a dust filter for my 230mm and 120mm fans? Lol..

Also, I really don't understand the guide in the first post on how to apply the pantyhoses, please help me I hope someone could give more detailed pictures on this.
Thinest will still block the dust and have the least restriction.
    
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