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Just wondering if anyone can help me out. I have my XSPC PWM pump using a Bitspower mod kit. Its connected to my XSPC d5 photon 270 pump/res. Now that I have three pumps, I'm trying to run the pumps quietly. I can get two of the pumps running 2700 RPM, but when I run the XSPC PWM pump at 2700, its a lot louder.

Whats the best way to install the bitspower mod kit? tighten it all the way, or leave it a little loose, but tight enough?
    
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post #95302 of 107137
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thicker rads are to dissipate more heat thats it. thick and thin rads both have both high and low count fin density. thicker rads 'need' higher rpm fans to push the air a greater distance.through the rad the same as high fin density rads.

I haven't had a low FPI 30mm thick rad, all of mine have been very high density and make more noise than my monsta or my UT45 which I'm able to run my fans a lot lower at, maybe I'm doing something wrong? biggrin.gif
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post #95303 of 107137
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Thank, air cooler was for looks but not doong so bad @ 4.6ghz

Didnt know there was a mod of the month haha

There used to be. It's been MIA for some time as the new management gets everything completely ironed out, but it would be really nice to see it return again, even if just for bragging rights.
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There used to be. It's been MIA for some time as the new management gets everything completely ironed out, but it would be really nice to see it return again, even if just for bragging rights.

Have you seen this? http://www.overclock.net/t/1592748/mod-of-the-month-march-april-2016-were-back
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There used to be. It's been MIA for some time as the new management gets everything completely ironed out, but it would be really nice to see it return again, even if just for bragging rights.

Thanks smile.gif

The cpu cooler is bugging me as fans should be in push config so hitting some of the white detail on the mobo.
But finding it hard to get the 120mm versions of the White/Red , white/black thats PWM
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Have you seen this? http://www.overclock.net/t/1592748/mod-of-the-month-march-april-2016-were-back

Doesnt say were you nominate ....
Seen one of two cracking builds id love to put up, specially the all white s340. Had me drooling
post #95307 of 107137
Hi guys, just have a little question.
As I can see on installation manual of my WB CPU from EK ( the WB is EK-Supremacy EVO Elite Edition - Intel 115x ) they say that improper installation of the EK TIM Indigo Extreme will result in poor thermal performance.
So I can't use thermal paste or I would get bad temperatures or not?
Thanks!
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Originally Posted by WhiteWulfe View Post

There used to be. It's been MIA for some time as the new management gets everything completely ironed out, but it would be really nice to see it return again, even if just for bragging rights.

Have you seen this? http://www.overclock.net/t/1592748/mod-of-the-month-march-april-2016-were-back



Should have let it stay bloody dead . . . .



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Originally Posted by AresTheGod View Post

Hi guys, just have a little question.
As I can see on installation manual of my WB CPU from EK ( the WB is EK-Supremacy EVO Elite Edition - Intel 115x ) they say that improper installation of the EK TIM Indigo Extreme will result in poor thermal performance.
So I can't use thermal paste or I would get bad temperatures or not?
Thanks!

No, you have to use thermal paste. What it is saying is that if you put it on in a fashion other than that of what EK recommends in the instructions, you might have bad temps.

Long story short... Just follow the thermal paste instructions.
    
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Should have let it stay bloody dead . . . .



Darlene

Until they sort the voting,I agree.
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