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post #5101 of 23525
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Wanna get a fan speed controller for the 4 fans i wanna put on the side of my HAF. Does anyone have any suggestions.
And then where can i get software to monitor my pc's temps.
Here's a couple of programs you can check out...

http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php (Able to control fan speed as well)

http://www.cpuid.com/hwmonitor.php

http://www.techpowerup.com/realtemp/
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post #5102 of 23525
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Here's a couple of programs you can check out...

http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php (Able to control fan speed as well)

http://www.cpuid.com/hwmonitor.php

http://www.techpowerup.com/realtemp/

Thanks the software works great looks like Im averaging 35 degrees Idle.

Maybe I should put my noisy Zalman CPU cooler back on
    
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post #5103 of 23525
You're welcome. If that's your core temp, it's not that bad. If you put 4 fans on the side like you mentioned, you'll probably get slightly better temps. Your best bet, though, is to replace that stock cooler. Are you able to replace the fan on your Zalman with a quieter one?

Here are some good fan reviews...

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coo...s-roundup.html

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/coo...est-case-fan/1

http://www.madshrimps.be/?action=getarticle&articID=892
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post #5104 of 23525
At the moment im using an aerocool zero degree chassis. Im just waiting for my local supplier to get in stock of the HAF. And I'm kinda on a tight budget at the moment so I'm unable to replace my zalman at this point in time. And the zalman also has LED's which look really cool. But thanx anyway
    
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post #5105 of 23525
I don't care for the rhoebus... it's ugly and takes a lot of juice. My fans spin up to their full RPM so I'm happy. The zalman lights are blue at low speed and orange-red at high, keep that in mind.
Edited by staryoshi - 3/6/10 at 12:27pm
    
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post #5106 of 23525
Got this fan controller
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/77...?tl=g47c17s286

My build progress, got the pumps today, got almost all of tubing done except nb->to mosfet (rma'd, bad machining)->top mount 360 rad. Man!, I would have never thought the haf was not big enough, but its becoming a tight squeeze, im still having to ponder where to mount the hdd and air flow might be a minor issue. Switch to Yate Loons fans (hence controller) and custom mounting the 230mm oem led fan on front mount to pull air.







this is res both loops will share, coolant flows out of the rads and into those middle fittings.


The two pumps connected @ the bottom of the res.


this line goes to the fillport (be adding a danger den fillport plug), it was a tight squeeze since the dvd drive and top mount rad fans are in the way, no worries about flow though, he
post #5107 of 23525
^^ Sounds like you need an external CD/DVD drive mate.
post #5108 of 23525
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^^ Sounds like you need an external CD/DVD drive mate.
Thought about that too or even a slim dvd drive, but the dvd drive actually fits, pics ^^^ actually are w/ it, its the white above the top of front mount rad, last pic shows the drive, its the white part again. there is enough space on the side of it to squeeze the top tube for the fill port, fan controller will also fit. so far so good just a tight fit
Edited by wermad - 3/6/10 at 10:14pm
post #5109 of 23525
That is some job squeezing in gear mate!
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post #5110 of 23525
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That is some job squeezing in gear mate!
Thank you.


***Edit Update: I put the 230mm fan back up front where it belongs, had to cut the drive cage a bit more (structural integrity ). looks better this way and frees up a lot more space. everything is disassembled, again, sigh.

redid the ati's input line from the pump, more direct, shorter path. (this pic shows the 230mm fan behind the front mount rad, ive moved it back to the front.


Edited by wermad - 3/7/10 at 2:55pm
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