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Do they glow in the dark? Or are they UV?
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Originally Posted by Mergatroid View Post

Do they glow in the dark? Or are they UV?

Hey buddy. Was the question for me?

If so actually the fans are that bright thanks to the white smd led I have inside the case. When i turn off the leds nothing glows.
post #4833 of 8657
Few updated pics -

I am still waiting for my PSU plate cover from ColdZero.com, new ram, I need to re locate the feed to the top gpu right port a little lower, i will be raising the tube res up 1'' with an adapter for more rigidity.

I also just reinstalled my Corsair individually sleeved Blue cables but i might order some custom UV green extensions as well.

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Edited by nyk20z3 - 10/20/12 at 10:10pm
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My new fans inside the Corsair 800D


Really nice bro i love the look of those fans.
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Really nice bro i love the look of those fans.


Hey thanks mate :)

 

Few updated pictures

 

 

 

My little project is getting prettier. I am still waiting for few things to be shipped to me.

 

I am so happy that I have a Corsair 800D.

 

I can't see myself changing it for a while.

post #4836 of 8657
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Hey thanks mate smile.gif

Few updated pictures


My little project is getting prettier. I am still waiting for few things to be shipped to me.

I am so happy that I have a Corsair 800D.

I can't see myself changing it for a while.

Same here. It's an awesome case thumb.gif I think i'll upload a couple pictures of my build soon.

BTW, nice rig you have there! I'm liking that Hulk too biggrin.gif
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Hi guys. I'm having a hard time finding a reasonably priced 200mm radiator for the front of a 650D. I have an old bulky heater-core that I used as a rad back in 2004 and the size is between a 120mm and 200mm rad..... was wondering if you guys think it's a good idea to use it.
Right now I have a single 240mm radiator at the top cooling my i7 920 and it's working great but I want to water cool my GTX 470 SLI as well since it gets really loud. I want to add the heater core at the front and a 120mm radiator at the back exhaust. Do you guys think a 240mm radiator, 160ish-mm heater core, and 120mm radiator will be enough to cool i7 920 and sli gtx 470?

Don't know if you know about the 200mm from Phobya but its fits the front intake perfectly. If you remove the HDD cages (put the HDD's in the 5.25 bays) you can pick up a second Corsair 200mm fan and push/pull the fans. I own a 650D and this is what I plan to do for my front intake. I'm not quite sure what 2x120 rad is going up in the top of mine. There's only space for a 30-35mm rad and regular 120mm x 25mm fans. I might be able to squeeze a 40mm thick rad with slim (12.5mm thick) fans. ::shrugs::

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=31028

Hope this helps.

As soon as I get the new Gigabyte motherboard and the rest of the water cooling parts installed in the case I'll post some pics. This will be my daily driver...my everyday rig. Its hard to pay attention to the everyday machine as I'm also assembling the rig below to function as a benching/gaming/audio content creation rig.
Edited by Philly_boy - 10/24/12 at 8:46pm
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post #4838 of 8657
the xtreme 200 doesn't really fit, you have to do some modding to mount it. It isn't plug and play.
post #4839 of 8657
If anyone kindly let me know this this radiator fit the top of the 800D and can i add the Shroud on top of the case? Thanks



http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_457_667_671&products_id=25389
post #4840 of 8657
Hi Guys,

Need some advice. Recently upgraded my PC and bought the Corsair 650 case. All stock fans. At the moment it's a little noisy for my tastes. I asked my technician whether I should let my motherboard monitor and slow my fans down, or whether I should let the case, and his answer was the case, because it looks much neater and noise shouldn't be a problem if you use an in-line resistor for the case fans.

Okay, you guys are the experts. I've got a ASROCK Z77 motherboard. Right now, none of the fans are connected directly the motherboard so I can't control fan speed from my OS/Bios. What would you recommend? That I allow my motherboard to slow my fans down? Or let the case fans do the job and just put a resistor inline to slow them down a bit? Finally, how effective are the Megaflow fans, for the front and top 200mm fans? Can I slow them down and will they be able to cool my machine?
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