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Hey Jamaican reaper so I got those sp120's installed a minute ago in PULL. Let me say my old fans were total trash I am playing some good ol' max payne 3 and my core on both gpus never hit above 43c down from mid 50's with my other fans. The vrms Are also down a ton! I am loving these things they are definitely loud though.

I kind of want to get a fan controller but I have no 5.25" bay anymore due to my res height. I'm about to plug them in to the fan controller of my case and see if that works.
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Hey Jamaican reaper so I got those sp120's installed a minute ago in PULL. Let me say my old fans were total trash I am playing some good ol' max payne 3 and my core on both gpus never hit above 43c down from mid 50's with my other fans. The vrms Are also down a ton! I am loving these things they are definitely loud though.

I kind of want to get a fan controller but I have no 5.25" bay anymore due to my res height. I'm about to plug them in to the fan controller of my case and see if that works.

Yeah i love these fans,only downside to them is the noise with them at full speed....I wish i could get the Gt's in aus,may have to get some NB-eLoop B12-3 to eventually replace them after this summer weather is over with....Glad to see you are getting better temps....thumb.gif
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post #63273 of 106449
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I think some one asked this the other day, but I can't seem to find it...

The Aquacomputer Flow Rate Sensor MPS Flow are rated by flow.

Iv'e seen the flow charts for the MCP35x2 but wanted to get some advice as to what people think i'm really running at when pushing 2-3 MCP35x's through a massive system.. I guess it makes the most sense to get the 20-100 LPH model?

The 100 maxes out at 0.4 GPM
the 200 maxes out at just under 1 GPM
The 400 ranges from 0.35 GPM to 1.75 GPM

I don't see the point of measuring less 0.35 or maxing at less than 1

The Mechanical models are marginally more accurate and have a much larger range.
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post #63274 of 106449
The pressure ones, the mps series. I don't think are very accurate unless calibrated. So unless you have some equipment to calibrate, or just care about relative values the mechanical ones are probably a better buy. Though I have heard that they can make a clicking noise.
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post #63275 of 106449
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Well, I guess I will officially join the club. This is my first watercooled build, hence the red/black theme tongue.gif I still have to redo my cables. The ones I have are an old Corsair set I found on clearance for 30 bucks around 2 years ago. I'm still waiting on my order from Lutro0 to come in. I plan on re-sleeving and modifying the Corsair ones to fit my case better.
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Very nice build. I think you just sold me on going with black tubing now. Now to sell of this green Primochill acrylic tubing, and get me some black Monsoon acrylic tubing. May even sell my Primochill barbs too. Kind of digging the looks of the Monsoon ones.
     
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post #63276 of 106449
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Wow that looks so good drool.gif

Thanks smile.gif
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ohhh, those are 560's after all... Damn I now regret getting two new UT60 480's for my caselabs.

They fit like glove!

Yup, these 560s are huge and were a bit challenging to get in and plumb. The top was the biggest challenge since the two 280s had to be custom mounted. Barely cleared.
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Very nice job Werm! Massive overkill and right at home here on Overkill.net! biggrin.gif

Thank you Eric smile.gif. I already had two 280s and a 420, so it was an ocn necessity for overkill to throw in two 560s tongue.gif
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Have you tubed them yet? I went with 480's for the bottom just for the ease of tubing AND I wanted a fan down bottom/front on flex bay mount
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Yeah, I got them plumbed and they were a pita. I didn't want to do more holes in the case so I just used the stock openings to route the tube. With this size (3/8x1/2) I was able to squeeze in above the rads. But connecting them was hard since there's limited to no access. Had to remove the psu covers and squeeze in my bear-paw hands in there.

This thing is getting massive! tongue.gif
post #63277 of 106449
FWIW, adding to the discussion about how hard it's been recently to find a decent deal on Gentle Typhoons, Jab-tech's got the AP-14s for $10.47 right now while they last. You can use their perpetual 5% off discount code: facebook, and the price drops under $10 per fan. Too bad they are sold out of the AP-15s though.

edit:
Best price I'm finding for AP-15s right now looks to be aaawave for $18.95 + free shipping. Don't know how long that's going to last though. Anyone seen a better deal anywhere?

I noticed PPCs is sold out of them now and FCPU's stock of them for $20 a piece looks to be finally starting to dwindle. They've been able to replenish their inventory of them so far with their listed stock fluctuating anywhere from 200-600 of the AP-15s over the past couple months, but over the past 2 weeks their numbers have been steadily dropping from over 500 fans down to 120 at the moment, which is the lowest I've seen from them since the news that Scythe and Nidec had parted ways.
Edited by Unicr0nhunter - 3/9/14 at 9:43am
post #63278 of 106449
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As promised,the GPU shroud....






Both sides roll over,the top side rolls over enough to come to the edge of the backplate.
The top for the ports has not been cut as the active backplate has a different port terminal. I can just cut that in when it gets here.
Now you can see why I was not bothered about the pink caps.
The retainer clips will be cut off the GPU power feeds so they slip under and keep it tidy.

Now its come off again for top coat and clear coating.

What do you think?
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post #63279 of 106449
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As promised,the GPU shroud....
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Both sides roll over,the top side rolls over enough to come to the edge of the backplate.
The top for the ports has not been cut as the active backplate has a different port terminal. I can just cut that in when it gets here.
Now you can see why I was not bothered about the pink caps.
The retainer clips will be cut off the GPU power feeds so they slip under and keep it tidy.

Now its come off again for top coat and clear coating.

What do you think?

Looking good. How was that made? Did you have that made or make it yourself?

Just to compare, here's the 'before' ...
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Block for the S3 is on.
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post #63280 of 106449
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As promised,the GPU shroud....



What do you think?

I like it, very unique and tidy looking. thumb.gif

I have a question/suggestion, would it be possible to expose the brushed nickel frame a bit? Say pull back the edge that meets the acrylic. So basically pull back the edge just enough to expose say the lettering and then come up to go under the mounting bolts so it would not be visible. ( I hope im explaining that right) It would be very tedious work and in the end might take away from the shrouds structural stiffness, but man that brushed aluminum frame is sexy. OR possibly if drilling an tapping is a choice possibly bring the shroud opening a step down so that it sits outside of the brushed frame. You would probably need to drill and tap at least 4 small bolts to hold it on though.

Just a thought though it looks AWESOME regardless. biggrin.gif
Edited by sinnedone - 3/9/14 at 10:10am
   
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