Count me in!
Corsair H70 with 2 Scythe Ultra KAZE 3000 in Push/Pull Configuration
(Amazingly loud at approximately 50dB LMAO)
(Windows open, it's cold outside, probably 18Â°C in my room at the time of the screenshot)
Pretty thick package
No cable management in this f'ing case
Going to buy a Corsair 700D in a month or two.
CPU idles at about 33Â°C and goes to 56Â°C MAXIMUM on load (Intel Burn Test after 30min)
I tried using the resistors as suggested before, but they get way too hot for my taste, so the Scythe Ultra Kaze are both running at 3000RPM (28XX actually) at the moment. (noisy lol)
I will hook them up to my NZXT Sentry LX at some time, but it won't adjust the RPMs over 2400... Does anyone know why?
BTW: The screws used to mount the fans to the radiator are the ones from the Thermalright ultra-120 extreme, I pulled the springs off and put them back over the screw again, just not as far as they were before (You would have to push them back pretty hard to fix them again).
I only have 4 of these, that's why there are only 2 screws per fan.
PS: I mounted the radiator with the tubes on top in the picture, I changed it to have the tubes at the bottom.
Also, did any of you guys here water flowing in the radiator?
When I took it out of the packaging, I noticed the noise of water flowing through the tubes...
When the pump started the first time it sounded like there was quite a bit of air in there, but after a few seconds it was silent.