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Welcome to OCN Blazing angel

If you can please fill out your system specs.. At the top of the page you will find (user cp) then you will see the column on the left.. click on (add system) and fill in your system specs the best you can. This will help us help you in the future with any questions you might have
Edited by Bodycount - 7/7/10 at 8:55pm
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Welcome to OCN Blazing angel

If you can please fill out your system specs.. At the top of the page you will find usercp then you will see the column on the left.. click on add system and fill in your system specs the best you can. This will help us help you in the future with any questions you might have
i will enjoy this forum a lot

well, i dont really have the computer yet, damn $$$$

but it will be
antec 300 illusion
asus p7h57d-v EVO
intel i3 530
Clarkdale graphics
300w power supply.
24a at the 12v rail

edit WOOT 1100 page
Edited by Blazing angel - 7/7/10 at 9:02pm
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post #10983 of 28247
Page 1100 incoming
Oh beat me to it
Edited by Bodycount - 7/7/10 at 9:04pm
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Rig is finally done.



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post #10985 of 28247
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Originally Posted by WTHbot View Post
1. Yes Push pull setup is fairly common with good results. Espcially with the Tri--cools as they are excellent fans.

2.The power to run this is well under 20w if I remember correctly. Just make sure you have enough connectors.

3.The Rad and the waterblock can be mounted in which ever way will be most convenient for you. Some people like the water block with the logo upside down to take away the risk of air getting trapped in the pump but I doubt that will happen cause this is a completely closed off system.
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^^^

Q2 Run your Tri Cool in Push @ exhaust. The weaker fan should be Pull.

Q3 Yes perfectly safe to run with a 300w PSU as it is controlled via MoBo. Unless your MoBo doesn't have enough connections. Then you run the Pump via molex lead w/ 4pin Mole w/ 3pin connector pigtail. Fans can daisy off the CPU connection w/o issue. /^^^

I got my kit from Performance-PCs.com actually.

I looked up the filters at Frozen and they didn't have the 932/922 kits which is too bad cause I identified some parts that I would have gotten from them had they had my kit as well. Nothing wrong with them at all. But I did notice their prices did not match my demand.

I don't know if they carry custom sizes though, other than the two kits that I found. The 932 kit includes the side door filter which covers a 200/230 fan quite well. So if you didn't mind the expense of buying the full kit I'm sure it would work for you, worse comes to worse.

~Ceadder
woo thanks for the help guys. Cleared a lot of questions
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Originally Posted by Ksireaper View Post
Rig is finally done.

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Nice and clean!
Just the way I like it.

And in one of the best cases I've ever own!

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Originally Posted by Blazing angel View Post
woo thanks for the help guys. Cleared a lot of questions

Don't be afraid to ask! We are always here to help!
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post #10987 of 28247
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I got my kit from Performance-PCs.com actually.

I looked up the filters at Frozen and they didn't have the 932/922 kits which is too bad cause I identified some parts that I would have gotten from them had they had my kit as well. Nothing wrong with them at all. But I did notice their prices did not match my demand.

I don't know if they carry custom sizes though, other than the two kits that I found. The 932 kit includes the side door filter which covers a 200/230 fan quite well. So if you didn't mind the expense of buying the full kit I'm sure it would work for you, worse comes to worse.

~Ceadder
I need 3x120mm and then 1x220m I would have to order the kit and then more on top if it to make it work so dunno if I want to spend that much on just filters. I found demci filters main website they offer custom sizes I just have to send an email hopefully not too much $$.
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I have Case Envy!
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I found a cheaper place than sethy's link(thanks for the link of these filters Sethy) they only offer limited size filters though http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g47/...ers-Page1.html
Of course you found them cheaper... Im from Australia.

EVERYTHING is over priced here... gotta love the global economy.


Nice setup Ksireaper
post #10990 of 28247
Considering the h50's block, it comes with thermal paste pre applied. Would it be a good idea to clean this off with a solution (ie articlean), then replace it with, oh lets say artic silver 5? i hope its not some gereric paste
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