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I see you have some Aerocool Shark led fans, how do you like them?
In addition to my earlier response... I took a second look and it actually depends on which way the fan is pointing which determines the effectiveness of the LED brightness.

Which ever way the logo is facing (to exhaust usually), the LEDs + the clear fan are pretty bright. But, if its mounted so that the electrical side is the side that's facing you (intake position), the LEDs are muted for whatever reason.

Strange... I didn't notice till you had me take a second look at the LEDs. I was wondering why some are brighter than others... all the same fans... just depends on which way they are facing.
    
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My newly build Sandy setup nothing too fancy

Super RAM fins!

Where'd you get them, I'd rather have those then my noisy RAM fan.
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I see you have some Aerocool Shark led fans, how do you like them?

Bought 2 of the white ones to put on the rear hinged door
Oh... and again... now that I looked at what you did wit those fans... on a hinged door... they spin so fast that they probably also vibrate your door which amplifies the noise (?).

Try mounting them (as a test) against a solid hunk of steel in your case and see if they are still loud. You might find they are not that bad if bolted directly to something that does not move or will not vibrate.

They come with those rubber anti-vibration mounts but those (in my opinion) do not work (at least on these fans). I tried them out and they rattled the case. I used traditional screws and bolts so they are all secure against the chassis or solid components & no rattle and no buzz... just a smooth hum.
    
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I was about to pick up some ram blocks but the buyer never responded, oh well, would have been total overkill and major flow restriction with them
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Super RAM fins!

Where'd you get them, I'd rather have those then my noisy RAM fan.
Seeing as you have a HAF, I'm sure you don't need the fans.
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This forum and this thread specifically is a bad influence on my wallet.

I revised my build. Nothing you all have not seen before, and *all of this is still a work in progress (since it's *all cooling just the little-ol CPU) but so what, right?

By the end, I ran out of bolts & whatever else I need but still managed to put it together. Not exactly the vision I had in mind when I got that quad rad but, it's mounted!, heh.

I took what I saw (and read) here and cut my tubing in 1/2 vs. what I had before... basically redid the entire thing from my initial post that didnt get any feedback so I figured it sucked pretty bad... need to redo

Does not compete with all those fancy 800D shots but... still all good fun for that which is affordable

Thanks for viewing.

Chris
I don't care much for external rads, but you've got a cool futuristic look going.. How is your performance with the shared airflow? I had issues with a stack config once before, the first rad was just pumping hot air into the second and heating the loop back up Hopefully you've got enough separation to avoid that!
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sexist pic i could take !

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post #7468 of 106060
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Super RAM fins!

Where'd you get them, I'd rather have those then my noisy RAM fan.
Came with the corsair gtx rams i got, but i did saw them on corsair page for like 20 usd each..... comes in red or black but 20 bucks!!!
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post #7469 of 106060
here's my build earlier.....

project name: Obsidian Pure Blur


























post #7470 of 106060
Now here is my current build....

project name: Nightmare















































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