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post #46501 of 106085
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I had SP120s performance in push/pull on my 240 UT60, I ended up selling them for being too noisy for me. Cooling wise, great performance.

Yeah, they move quite a bit of air. But at full speed they are noisy. Any other fans you'd recommend? I was going to try to sell these Delta fans, but I'm yet to see them in action, I wonder how loud they are at different voltages... 11mmH2O is ridiculously good... Maybe I'll hold on to them if they prove to be quiet enough (which I doubt lol)

Also, I'd most likely only do pull (exhaust) or push (intake), as the 600T doesn't have enough space for a rad so thick and fans to do push/pull or just push (exhaust).
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post #46502 of 106085
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Staring in the outlet and inlet holes it looks like the inlet's way too short and the outlet indeed has some threading anomalies going on. Thanks guys. RMA here we come...

instead of wasting all of that time getting a new top,

id take the top down to your local machine shop and ask them to touch up those threads for you....

i doubt they'd charge more than $5
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post #46503 of 106085
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post #46504 of 106085
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Yeah, they move quite a bit of air. But at full speed they are noisy. Any other fans you'd recommend? I was going to try to sell these Delta fans, but I'm yet to see them in action, I wonder how loud they are at different voltages... 11mmH2O is ridiculously good... Maybe I'll hold on to them if they prove to be quiet enough (which I doubt lol)

Also, I'd most likely only do pull (exhaust) or push (intake), as the 600T doesn't have enough space for a rad so thick and fans to do push/pull or just push (exhaust).

Gelid Gamer Wing fans. They are my favorite fans and are definitely underrated. They spin at 1500RPM and move a little more air then the SP120s and are way quieter as well. They have great static pressure and undervolt soooo well. The fan blade also pops right off for easy cleaning. They also have the LED version which spins at 1800RPM and at that speed they move over 70CFM! Did I mention they are also the sexiest looking fans? lol
post #46505 of 106085
I want to water cool my GTX 760, I was going to switch it out with a reference 770 to get a full coverage block. But I rather not spend that much money, this 760 is plenty for my gaming habits and I fold on it 24/7 so I want it cool. It's the EVGA SC ACX which is a custom PCB.

So my question is, which Uni GPU Block should I get, and what should I get for ramsinks and VRM heatsinks? I thank you in advance for your suggestions especially if you're kind enough to provide links. I am in the US.
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Gelid Gamer Wing fans. They are my favorite fans and are definitely underrated. They spin at 1500RPM and move a little more air then the SP120s and are way quieter as well. They have great static pressure and undervolt soooo well. The fan blade also pops right off for easy cleaning. They also have the LED version which spins at 1800RPM and at that speed they move over 70CFM! Did I mention they are also the sexiest looking fans? lol

lol

Gamer wing fans do look really good! Unfortunately, they are green... redface.gif I want to make my build red and white and black. I'm seriously considering doing a dual loop... That's why I asked if a 240 rad was gonna be enough for two 670s. biggrin.gif
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post #46508 of 106085
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So question for the hive mind:

Anyone know of a case off hand that supports dual PSU's, external watercooling ports (eliminates MountainMods I think), and has more than 8 expansion slots?

I couldn't find any offhand, and I don't want to buy some giant case that's meant to hold 50 rads because all my cooling is external. Any places make full custom cases (not semi-custom "you can pick the color" stuff)?

Just putting a feeler out since my next build is probably going to be "The Future Proofer"...dual 8 core, quad SLI, raid card, network card, etc and it's going to need 2 psu's for sure.

Every real man should have a drill and a stepped bit. biggrin.gif

But seriously a stepped bit is one of the best purchases a modder can make. Cut yourself two perfect sized holes on any case. Then throw in some bulkhead fittings.

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post #46509 of 106085
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lol

Gamer wing fans do look really good! Unfortunately, they are green... redface.gif I want to make my build red and white and black. I'm seriously considering doing a dual loop... That's why I asked if a 240 rad was gonna be enough for two 670s. biggrin.gif

Yeah green and blue. I have two 670s also and before I got my 900D I used just a 360mm and a 120mm rad and had great temps and I also had the CPU and a MOSFET block in the loop as well.
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I just wanted to show off a little biggrin.gif

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKnj7i42XNE&list=HL1374261346&feature=mh_lolz

Very Nice. Love the music too.
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