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post #94211 of 107027
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Heres some in progress shots of a small project i did yesterday, thought it was unique as i havnt seen anyone put the pump/res at the bottom of the case like that (bottom right corner)

- just need to make the tubing runs a bit nicer, find some mesh for the front and a pascal GPU hehe





not sure why the photos uploaded in potato resolution but you get the point haha
Yeah, I don't think I've ever seen anyone do something like that. The noc brown and the mb blue pairs nicely with the white tubing, I approve of the choice of colors. smile.gif I wouldn't wait for Pascal, its SUPPOSED to be q3/q4 of 2016, that's one hell of a wait for a computer barely in q1.
post #94212 of 107027
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Originally Posted by funfordcobra View Post

Man noctuas just clash with everything unless you are doing some kind of kakhi colored scheme..

Noctua has the industrial series in pure Black .
post #94213 of 107027
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Originally Posted by funfordcobra View Post

Man noctuas just clash with everything unless you are doing some kind of kakhi colored scheme..

They look great in wood cases.

I like that they are odd looking, you know what brand fan some is using when you see that color. Besides, they work great so who cares if their ugly. tongue.gif
post #94214 of 107027
i think they are okay performance-wise but theres better for less now I am sure.

varders and etc

they really are god awful ugly only company that evenmakes components that could go with it is asus and its sabertoth lineup, in which case why do you need noctuas the damn thing isn't gonna OC enough to dump heat

but really. who cares if you can tell them vs varders vs gts just off that atrocious color. Id rather have a descent color..

but they are really expensive.
Edited by tatmMRKIV - 1/27/16 at 10:29am
post #94215 of 107027
Considering you can get GTs from PPCs, DazMode, Amazon, etc. for ~$20, I see no reason to get Noctua fans at all. Maybe it's just preference, but I'd rather have GTs or Vardars over Noctuas any day of the week.
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post #94216 of 107027
that's what I'm sayin. noctuas were good when you couldnt get GTs ANYWHERE, and until EK released the varders. Now they have the industrial series which is probably okay, but Id like to see furios varder, and gentle typhoon Highspeed with pwm mod) up against a noctua industrial.

well noctua industrial is 24$(on sale) so thats what I spent on my modded AP30s. they might be a good buy but I'd need comparison graphs
Edited by tatmMRKIV - 1/27/16 at 11:29am
post #94217 of 107027
Are the vardars better than gt ap15s?
    
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post #94218 of 107027
maybe a little? http://thermalbench.com/2015/11/12/darkside-gentle-typhoon-1850-pwm-120mm-fan/3/

no idea about the high rpm models though
post #94219 of 107027
when considering fan performance comparisons the primary focus should be....
what is the air flow at a specific noise level
OR how loud is the fan when pushing X amount of air.
what the rpm is or PWM setting is great to know but they are a means to an end smile.gif

post #94220 of 107027
Yeah I couldn't find a graph with airflow through rad, just airflow, so I didn't want to say anything definitive.

on VSG's graph the varder goes lower at certain rpms. so it was kinda up for debate, on which of the 2 were better in my mind.
Edited by tatmMRKIV - 1/27/16 at 12:50pm
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