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Hi guys,
I just finish this build today and wanted to show you guys my new found love biggrin.gif
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Mmhhh, tasty!

SLI of Poseidons, like mine thumb.gif
What are your temps on CPU, GPUs and mosfet?
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Mmhhh, tasty!

SLI of Poseidons, like mine thumb.gif
What are your temps on CPU, GPUs and mosfet?


Yeah those Poseidons and the motherboard with water cooling capabilities are what prompted me to build this loop biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif I just finished it yesterday and currently washing the loop and testing for leaks now. Will let you know!!tongue.gif
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I wondering on the best settings for my radiators.

I am thinking of doing 4x Noctua NF-F12 @ 7V-12V in the top of my case with 1x Alphacool Nexxxos Monsta 480. I read somewhere that radiator-fans always should be set as intake, I have a fan-filter for this radiator so that is possible.
In the bottom I am thinking either, Monsta 480 with 4x SP120 High Pre. @ 7V ~ 1500 rpm (or push/pull with 8x Phobya G-Silent 700 rpm) or I could buy 4x SP120s more and use those to go push/pull on the Monsta 480 in the bottom.

Other than these fans, there will be 2x Akasa Quiet Pearl White 140 mm @ 1200 rpm fans as case-fans (intake) in the front and 1x Akasa Quiet Pearl White 120 mm @ 1200 rpm as exhaust/intake in the rear of the case.

What do you guys think?
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I wondering on the best settings for my radiators.

I am thinking of doing 4x Noctua NF-F12 @ 7V-12V in the top of my case with 1x Alphacool Nexxxos Monsta 480. I read somewhere that radiator-fans always should be set as intake, I have a fan-filter for this radiator so that is possible.
In the bottom I am thinking either, Monsta 480 with 4x SP120 High Pre. @ 7V ~ 1500 rpm (or push/pull with 8x Phobya G-Silent 700 rpm) or I could buy 4x SP120s more and use those to go push/pull on the Monsta 480 in the bottom.

Other than these fans, there will be 2x Akasa Quiet Pearl White 140 mm @ 1200 rpm fans as case-fans (intake) in the front and 1x Akasa Quiet Pearl White 120 mm @ 1200 rpm as exhaust/intake in the rear of the case.

What do you guys think?

 

I'd just go all AP-15s and call it a day. They are readily available from CoolerGuys now (both their website and Amazon.com (Coolerguys store)).

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I'd just go all AP-15s and call it a day. They are readily available from CoolerGuys now (both their website and Amazon.com (Coolerguys store)).

I know a lot of you guys in here prefer those AF-15's, but I am trying to build something to look nice and those fans does not look nice. (My opinion).

I guess I will use what I have until there is sale on the SP120's or something better comes along for a good price, 23 USD for a fan is too much. tongue.gif Yes, I am cheap. smile.gif
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I'd just go all AP-15s and call it a day. They are readily available from CoolerGuys now (both their website and Amazon.com (Coolerguys store)).

I know a lot of you guys in here prefer those AF-15's, but I am trying to build something to look nice and those fans does not look nice. (My opinion).

I guess I will use what I have until there is sale on the SP120's or something better comes along for a good price, 23 USD for a fan is too much. tongue.gif Yes, I am cheap. smile.gif

I guess it depends on what you call expensive, but these are fantastic for rad fans. The sp is great in both the 120mm and 140mm flavors. I have been experimenting with them on 45mm and 60mm rads and they out perform The Corsair 'High SP' fans

 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103191

 

 

These are two of mine

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I'd just go all AP-15s and call it a day. They are readily available from CoolerGuys now (both their website and Amazon.com (Coolerguys store)).


I know a lot of you guys in here prefer those AF-15's, but I am trying to build something to look nice and those fans does not look nice. (My opinion).


I guess I will use what I have until there is sale on the SP120's or something better comes along for a good price, 23 USD for a fan is too much. tongue.gif Yes, I am cheap. smile.gif
I guess it depends on what you call expensive, but these are fantastic for rad fans. The sp is great in both the 120mm and 140mm flavors. I have been experimenting with them on 45mm and 60mm rads and they out perform The Corsair 'High SP' fans

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103191




These are two of mine Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



The ones you linked are not the ones you pictured . . . .

The ones you linked have half the current draw as the ones in the pic . . .

You couldn't reasonably expect anywhere near the same results.

Given the frame and blade shapes, I wouldn't use them on a rad if they gave me a case of them in my choice of colors......


Darlene
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I know a lot of you guys in here prefer those AF-15's, but I am trying to build something to look nice and those fans does not look nice. (My opinion).

I guess I will use what I have until there is sale on the SP120's or something better comes along for a good price, 23 USD for a fan is too much. tongue.gif Yes, I am cheap. smile.gif

 

They look at heck of a lot nicer than NF-F12s. Are cheaper than the regular NF-F12 by ~$8-10, and by ~$13 for the iPPC version. Have better performance, and much better acoustics (considerably quieter than every other fan on the market). Aeons better than the SP120s too. And considerably better built.

 

 

And you are rarely going to even see your fans at all in a case. And the times you see them, they are going to be spinning. Which when spinning, they look no different than 99.999% of the fans on the market.

 

 

I'm sorry, but I just don't get people, fans, and Noctua/Corsair. They aren't remotely good. That's like buying Apple computers for the brand name. Yeah, you have the brand name, but do they perform as well as a cheaper alternative? Generally no. And in the case of Noctua, they don't even have looks going for them like Apple products. It really mystifies me.

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I'd just go all AP-15s and call it a day. They are readily available from CoolerGuys now (both their website and Amazon.com (Coolerguys store)).


I know a lot of you guys in here prefer those AF-15's, but I am trying to build something to look nice and those fans does not look nice. (My opinion).


I guess I will use what I have until there is sale on the SP120's or something better comes along for a good price, 23 USD for a fan is too much. tongue.gif Yes, I am cheap. smile.gif
I guess it depends on what you call expensive, but these are fantastic for rad fans. The sp is great in both the 120mm and 140mm flavors. I have been experimenting with them on 45mm and 60mm rads and they out perform The Corsair 'High SP' fans

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103191




These are two of mine Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


The ones you linked are not the ones you pictured . . . .

The ones you linked have half the current draw as the ones in the pic . . .

You couldn't reasonably expect anywhere near the same results.

Given the frame and blade shapes, I wouldn't use them on a rad if they gave me a case of them in my choice of colors......


Darlene

No Kidding, The two in the picture are the 140mm versions of the jet flows. I have tried them both on 10FPI rads and they work superbly. Your 'Blade by sight" radar is off.

but most peoples are

your loss.

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Ok then. I have moved most of my airflow in a push or pull for my Rads... Can anyone tell me why I am considering watercooling my HDD's with a bitspower hdd waterblock?

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17144/ex-blc-1333/Bitspower_HDD_Acrylic_Liquid_Cooling_Block_-_Clear_BP-HDS350AC-CL.html?tl=g30c203&id=c2s5m5GJ

Someone has to have done this already.. Pics? thumb.gif My temps on hwmonitor for my HDD is 40c (while gaming, drops to 38c during normal op)

The Cautious One tongue.gif

Actually, I do plan on WC'ing my HDDs' as well. Just makes sense for my build because the HDD cage is coming out and the RAID is moving into the bottom of the 5.25 Bay. I'm considering the Koolance dual HDD system or the Watercool SILENT star Dual setup. More likely the WC unit so I can keep everything at one end and I won't have to mix anything to insulate the spindle and boards and block the power/data ports. My lower two 5.25 bays are open so it would be the best idea since sliced bread. smile.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Save your money Ceadder,unless you are in the tropics,all watercooling drives does is lower reliability.

http://research.google.com/archive/disk_failures.pdf



Looks funky tho.
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That is FPM, not CFM. I am with you on showing how rads dissipate heat with airflow but that means nothing to the average user because they control temps by fan rpm. Of course these are meant to be relative tests, doing watts dissipated is based on a constant delta T (loop - ambient) value as well which is not realistic either.

The way I have it now for the thermal tests (something requested by users and manufacturers alike) is delta T vs fan rpm. It will be a relative performance test, including the Air restriction and liquid restriction numbers because everything is relative- exact fittings used, ambient temps, fan used, control used, load applied, components used for the load and so on.

The watts dissipated vs FPM (CFM again depends on the duct size, distance between the duct and fan, distance between the duct and the anemometer) is what I will try to get done for a separate section. But I don't see that being representative of the mode it is going to be employed. Am I mistaken here? I am all for learning and improving here so it's a genuine question.

Edit: Doing watts dissipated or even delta T vs FPM/CFM also means having a library of FPM/CFM vs RPM for several fans to make it translate into useful data for people in my opinion. Again going back to the whole people using temps vs RPM in practice.

FPM=Feet per minute,its a measure of velocity,not volume.

Delta v RPM is easily replicated and is RL condition testing for FAN tests,to do this for rads,you would need a minimum of 2 samples from each end of the fan spectrum and show relative performance.

To be truthful tho,rad test are an exercise in repetition and hair splitting,dissipation rates dont really change in a significant manner. For me,impact on coolant flow rate is probably the most useful information along with FPI.

@tp I am not too worried about reliability as I am in the last year of warranty on both my Drives and I'm really not interested in cooling them with a fan since my mod is gonna kibosh alot of the airflow going to the 5.25 bay. I do intend to go with a mini ITX setup to build my own NAS box but that's a future project and my drives will need to be cooled better than at ambient temp. Especially in the Summers. If I had something hold them inside a flow path(HDD cage is gone afaic) then I wouldn't even sweat including them in the loop. wink.gif

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Hi guys,
I just finish this build today and wanted to show you guys my new found love biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Great job, I dig the modifications, and overall look. thumb.gif

For sure but man that thing would look like a BOSS with Hardline instead of flexible tubing. Yeah I know... but I been BIT an hard by the Hardline bug. cool.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
 
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ASUS DRW-24B1ST  Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Monsoon 1/2"x5/8" PETG White Hardline tubing. 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
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