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thanks. :-)

and yea, they are both awesome fans, the enermax because they are good fans that also look amazing, the s-flex's because they move a ton of air with little noise and last forever.
Well said. The enermax fans move enough air too with not much noise at all! And they look awesome
I have a lot of sflex g fans, and they are still up and running without any issue at all! (zip tied one to a few gpu's, cooling my hdd's, push pull on the h50 and so on )
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loving the update mate
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mm just read through most of the pages and it is coming along nicly good updates is wat you want in a worklog and you got it.
Do you know if that case is still in production? if so were can it be brought?
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quick question though, did you use thermal pads or paste on the memory chips on the block side? the instructions say to use paste, but i have never heard of that before with any other blocks...
Yeah you use thermal paste.

Nice to see your modding the backplates. I wanted to do that with mine but it was too much work/wanted to keep them mint for resale.

CANT WAIT to see this all together!
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Really nice work Kevin! I may not post much but I have my eye in this thread.
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thanks for the heads up. I will be sure to be careful. :thumbs:

I have replaced the TIM on all three cards before with the stock coolers, so i am sure everything will be alright.

quick question though, did you use thermal pads or paste on the memory chips on the block side? the instructions say to use paste, but i have never heard of that before with any other blocks...


I used thermal pads for all of the memory chips and for all of the small shiny squares (I have no idea what they are, but you will know exactly what I mean). I had alot of extra thermal padding so I just did it rather than going by the directions.
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Originally Posted by Bastiaan_NL View Post
Well said. The enermax fans move enough air too with not much noise at all! And they look awesome
I have a lot of sflex g fans, and they are still up and running without any issue at all! (zip tied one to a few gpu's, cooling my hdd's, push pull on the h50 and so on )
yea, this is my third one. and i have tossed the other two around quite a bit and they are still good.

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loving the update mate


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mm just read through most of the pages and it is coming along nicly good updates is wat you want in a worklog and you got it.
Do you know if that case is still in production? if so were can it be brought?
Thanks!

sadly for the modding community the pc-v series is no longer in production.

they are some of the best cases for the base of a mod though, they are a great blank slate to work from.

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Yeah you use thermal paste.

Nice to see your modding the backplates. I wanted to do that with mine but it was too much work/wanted to keep them mint for resale.

CANT WAIT to see this all together!
alright, cool

and the backplate modding will not keep me from using it with the stock cooler, it will just be 6 extra holes.

and thanks, me either.

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Really nice work Kevin! I may not post much but I have my eye in this thread.
I am glad to hear you are watching and approve. :thumbs:

thanks for watching!

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I used thermal pads for all of the memory chips and for all of the small shiny squares (I have no idea what they are, but you will know exactly what I mean). I had alot of extra thermal padding so I just did it rather than going by the directions.
I think i will use paste since that is what they say to use... I don't want the thickness of the pads to put too much stress on the ICs

and the shiny things i believe are the VRMs and the NVIOS chip. ;-)
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I just called FrozenCPU and they are sending me the correct pump top with no questions asked.

I don't even have to ship the wrong one back first, they are sending my the correct top and a shipping label to send the clear one back to them when i get it.
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Now that's quality customer service
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Now that's quality customer service
I was very pleased. :-)
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