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post #14031 of 28613
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Originally Posted by GTR Mclaren View Post
Anyone have the Xigmatek white led fans on the Scout ??????????
I have them in 140mm in the front and top. They look awesome. If I didn't want the airflow that the R4s have, I'd be running them all in white. I still might if my mod idea happens...
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post #14032 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Striker36 View Post
i need another number from some one with a scout and a measuring tool close by...

i need the length from the floor the TOP of the 2 tabs that go over top of the PSU area.

and the length from the back wall to the frond edge of the motherboard tray (the face the mobo attaches to not the lip in the back)


thanks in advance

-Striker36
Floor to flaps. 91mm
259 mm from back plate to top where the wires are routed at the top.
287 mm from back plate to the right before the bend.. If I guess right I think that is the number you want.
    
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post #14033 of 28613
thanks boss i need the first and third numbers you gave me and this little project will solve a couple problems i have right now


stay tuned for a little first of its kind (sorta) scout modding.

look at the work log for updated if your not following me already, which you should be , ill post something here too just to let you guys know


-Striker36
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post #14034 of 28613
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Originally Posted by PapaSmurf View Post
Sorry if I offended you, but I stand by what I stated. An H50 is highly over rated. A $25 Hyper 212+ will perform just as well and quieter for a third of the price of an H50 and isn't that big. H50's are more hype than anything else.
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Not really offended, but certainly not deluded. I've been running my 550 unlocked for over half a year now OCd to 3.8 with my H50 with the stock fan and have had very good performance with it. All those tests pitting the H50 against those monster coolers have been in cases suited to max airflow and designed around tower coolers, so I can only go by what I know. We're good though
Feel I ought weigh in on this little debate here as well... Considering that I too, have an H50 in my "Little Scout that Could"; running a pair of Cooler Master R4's in push/Pull with a pair of 25mm shrouds...

I, am running this on a Phenom II x4 955; at 3908mhz!

3.9ghz, stable, and cool.

Running this on a vcore of 1.5; with CPU/NB running at around 2460mhz; and my Ram slightly overclocked to 1644mhz; and I am slowly tweaking my way towards the 4.0ghz mark!

It should be running even cooler, once I manage to get my desk cleaned off, rearranged, and such, so I have room to move my lil Scout, off the floor, and onto the desk, so its sitting away from all the hot air under my desk. I have a big, heavy book case I have to clean off and move to the other side of my desk.

For now, I am quite pleased and impressed with my H50! There are quite a few people over in the Phenom II 9x5 Overclock thread breaching the 3.9/4.0ghz mark using H50's!

Mind, I could probably do with a pair of better shrouds. Mine were customs that I made myself, cutting up a pair of old Thermaltake 120mm fans to make a pair of 120x25mm shrouds. Had to use my Dremel to do the work and kinda did a butcher job on them. Also had to cut away a portion of the edge, on one of them, so my side panel would properly fit in place. Look in the details of my Sig Rig for a link to the pics I posted in this thread.
     
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post #14035 of 28613
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Well I guess I'll put in my 2 cents on the Megahalems. These temps where with one GEILD PMW fan and a the top fan mounted in the drive bay. I think my numbers speak for them self. I do think both cooler are good, but with a 140mm fan in the drive bay feeding cool air to a tower cooler in this case is the better option, but if you don't have a fan in the drive bay I think they will be about the same.

This is at 3.8GHz running 1.31V and an ambit temp of 23.2C


This is at 4.0GHz running 1.42V no ambit temp, probably around 75F-80F
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post #14036 of 28613
Great looking number you got there... Goodink.
    
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post #14037 of 28613
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Mind, I could probably do with a pair of better shrouds. Mine were customs that I made myself, cutting up a pair of old Thermaltake 120mm fans to make a pair of 120x25mm shrouds. Had to use my Dremel to do the work and kinda did a butcher job on them. Also had to cut away a portion of the edge, on one of them, so my side panel would properly fit in place. Look in the details of my Sig Rig for a link to the pics I posted in this thread.
What kind of shrouds do you need hdd or Fan. or wire
    
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post #14038 of 28613
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Thanks E, too bad I can't get these numbers in my Sniper. I got the guts switched on my cases now, and I post some new pics of my down graded Scout soon. I bet you will like the case better the way I have it now, I got the CM 4-3 bay adapter back in it, moved one of my CCFL above the front fan so you can see the skull better. But if this WCing kit I ordered doesn't do the job I'll be switching back to the Scout for my main case again.
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post #14039 of 28613
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Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post
Well I guess I'll put in my 2 cents on the Megahalems. These temps where with one GEILD PMW fan and a the top fan mounted in the drive bay. I think my numbers speak for them self. I do think both cooler are good, but with a 140mm fan in the drive bay feeding cool air to a tower cooler in this case is the better option, but if you don't have a fan in the drive bay I think they will be about the same.

This is at 3.8GHz running 1.31V and an ambit temp of 23.2C


This is at 4.0GHz running 1.42V no ambit temp, probably around 75F-80F
1.42V for 4Ghz is high,mine does it with 1.312V on 4Ghz,i run in now at 3.2Ghz with only 1.040V
post #14040 of 28613
Ok guys, thanks to you i've decided for the Megahalems rev B

It's strange, but three of my favored online shops have "Intel Socket LGA1366/LGA775" in the item description.. but it says "REV B", wich i know to be compatbile with socket 1156 as well! Seems like an error.. but.. on THREE different sites!? Well, i'm gonna call them tomorrow.

Now.. what fan should i put in the monster?
I was thinking about Scythe SlipStream because i like to have the manual regulator, but i am open to all suggestions
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