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Looks amazing but you need a pump top and mod kit stat!
I agree! thumb.gif
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Better? biggrin.gif
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Oh yea, definitely smile.gif
post #28302 of 107754
Really regretting buying this Scythe KAZE MASTER fan controller, the things on crack, every fan rpm on the display keeps jumping from 1850rpms down to 850 then back to 1850 then down to 1230, i checked the fans and they don't seem to be changing speeds like the display is saying there doing, and **** i had to turn off the alarm it would not shut up!
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post #28303 of 107754
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Really regretting buying this Scythe KAZE MASTER fan controller, the things on crack, every fan rpm on the display keeps jumping from 1850rpms down to 850 then back to 1850 then down to 1230, i checked the fans and they don't seem to be changing speeds like the display is saying there doing, and **** i had to turn off the alarm it would not shut up!


I hate that alarm. First thing i did when i bought a second one is I turned it off.

Are you daisy-chaining the fans on each channel? Or is each fan on its own channel? I daisy chained them and got erratic fan rpm readings. On single fans it was pretty stable.
post #28304 of 107754
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I hate that alarm. First thing i did when i bought a second one is I turned it off.
Are you daisy-chaining the fans on each channel? Or is each fan on its own channel? I daisy chained them and got erratic fan rpm readings. On single fans it was pretty stable.

ya i got 2fans per channel , sucks cuz i love the looks of it , and i was limited to what controllers i could use because alot of the other ones were to deep
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post #28305 of 107754
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ya i got 2fans per channel , sucks cuz i love the looks of it , and i was limited to what controllers i could use because alot of the other ones were to deep

That's why i ended up getting a second redface.gif
post #28306 of 107754
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ya i got 2fans per channel , sucks cuz i love the looks of it , and i was limited to what controllers i could use because alot of the other ones were to deep

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That's why i ended up getting a second redface.gif

Perhaps cutting one of the yellow RPM leads on one of the two fans you have daisy chained might solve the problem. Sounds like that controller is multiplying the readings it's getting.

Unless of course we're talking PWM, then nevermind. biggrin.gif
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post #28307 of 107754
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+1
Looks to me like 3/8" to 1/2" shorter should do the trick. Maybe more, hard to judge from the pic. No way that tubing is flush with the barb base (based on the closeup pic),
Another option would be to rotate the rotary on the other end of that tube out towards the outside of the case. Might take up a little slack that way. Maybe not enough to compensate for the tube being too long but it's worth a shot.
I wouldn't call it done with a tube on a fitting like that. Just sayin'
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But then again, I've been working on my new loop since 8 this morning and been bleeding it for the last two hours, so I guess I'm a bit paranoid. thumb.gif

yeah haha shoot i was about to say, i hope to god he hadn't powered it up yet! tongue.gif
post #28308 of 107754
Wow am I glad I measured 10 times before I ordered the card! I threw this together for BOINCERS Gone Bonkers. The 690 water-block arrived damaged and a new one will be here next week and I can finish the sleeving. Also I cut and fitted the plexi to hide all the ugly parts-
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post #28309 of 107754
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yeah haha shoot i was about to say, i hope to god he hadn't powered it up yet! tongue.gif

i fired it up alrite, it wasn't going any where soon, it took abit of force to get it off anyways thumb.gif
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Wow am I glad I measured 10 times before I ordered the card! I threw this together for BOINCERS Gone Bonkers. The 690 water-block arrived damaged and a new one will be here next week and I can finish the sleeving. Also I cut and fitted the plexi to hide all the ugly parts- Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Looks Good!, nothing beats the 90degree flipped mobos silverstone has in my opinion , to bad they got rid of it for the rv04/ft04 mad.gif
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post #28310 of 107754
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Perhaps cutting one of the yellow RPM leads on one of the two fans you have daisy chained might solve the problem. Sounds like that controller is multiplying the readings it's getting.
Unless of course we're talking PWM, then nevermind. biggrin.gif

doesn't bother me, as long as its working!
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