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Ya, I was just hoping I wouldnt have to take off the one on my MIIIGene. Looks like I will have to though. Thanks Ceadar.
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I never said that it wasn't good for AC. CLEARLY you took this out of context and ran with it.

But whatever. Just cause I didn't lay it out there in an anal retentive fashion as you have does not mean that I'm giving misinformation.

And the heat of our HDDs' in the 932? I guess that thing up front called a FAN has no bearing on the your information. Right?

What's funny is that I hadn't been running my front fan since I got it cause I only had one drive up front at the time.

My average temps were of the 37-41c variety which is well within reason for spec. Added the LED fan back up front gearing up for my system changeover and now the temps are 31c. When I add another drive it will go up but not much. There is actually more flow coming across my HDD than you could even possibly imagine. The static pressure more than made up for lack of any fan up front.

I apologize if you were misled by your own lack of reading comprehension, but I never stated that the 800D was only good for water. It's just set up better for it IMHO than it is strictly for AC.

~Ceadder
Really what did you mean by this then?

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Yours should be intake. There aren't many spots for fans in the 800D to begin with since it's meant to be a water cooling case. In the instruction vid Jeff made the rear exhaust an intake which would negatively affect static pressure imho. But he did it. And so being that the 800D is a Corsair Flagship you'd think he knew what he was doing with it.

If you have a case with a lot of airflow(such as the HAF 932 does) then either way would be fine. But if you have more intake than exhaust I would not mess with static pressure by introducing any more intakes as the exhaust can't keep up with it.

~Ceadder
You talking about airflow crossing your HDD like you know what you are talking about. Stop while you are ahead, go back and read what I said you are still not getting it. You are talking about static pressure like its in a HVACR duct. Static pressure = water pressure (how hard the water is flowing). The static pressure you are talking about it meant to be on a radiator, it has no effect as a normal PC fan inside your case. Its like this, fans for your PC case are better with high CFM, fans for your radiator are better with high static pressure. If I have to further explain this I can. You said it your self then turned around said you didn't. Talk about my reading comprehension? Just because you don't understand airflow and or the way heat works that well. Doesn't mean you have to get pissed, when someone tells you what's up. But hurt a little much? What I 1st posted it was something I post over and over again it was not directed at you. It's more for what you were getting it at. It's not something I typed for what you were saying. It was something I typed up so every time I see some one spreading false information about the case. I can quickly post about it. I know it hurts when you think you are right about something and it turns out you were wrong. Next time you are wrong about something take it as it is, a learning experience. I never meant to step on your ePenis, make you feel like it's little.
Edited by Pings - 6/13/10 at 6:21pm
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Okay, now you're pissin me off. You're taking bits and pieces and trying to make a case where there is none.

Fans DO have static pressure as well. But I guess you knew that too right?

Oh and while your shotgun posting was not meant directly at me(I'll give you the BoD here) it was in the middle of my conversation. So you damn right I get butt hurt over it. Who wouldn't?

Now stop acting like an Ass and leave me alone. I've already done this dance with someone else and I refuse to continue it with you.

If you don't like my opinion don't read my SHIZT.

Have a nice day.

~Ceadder

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Really what did you mean by this then?



You talking about airflow crossing your HDD like you know what you are talking about. Stop while you are ahead, go back and read what I said you are still not getting it. You are talking about static pressure like its in a HVACR duct. Static pressure = water pressure (how hard the water is flowing). The static pressure you are talking about it meant to be on a radiator, it has no effect as a normal PC fan inside your case. Its like this, fans for your PC case are better with high CFM, fans for your radiator are better with high static pressure. If I have to further explain this I can. You said it your self then turned around said you didn't. Talk about my reading comprehension? Just because you don't understand airflow and or the way heat works that well. Doesn't mean you have to get pissed, when someone tells you what's up. But hurt a little much? What I 1st posted it was something I post over and over again it was not directed at you. It's more for what you were getting it at. It's not something I typed for what you were saying. It was something I typed up so every time I see some one spreading false information about the case. I can quickly post about it. I know it hurts when you think you are right about something and it turns out you were wrong. Next time you are wrong about something take it as it is, a learning experience. I never meant to step on your ePenis, make you feel like it's little.
 
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I just lapped the heatsink and upgraded to Ultra Kaze fans with 1 shroud. I would have put the shroud in between the first fan, but it doesnt seem to have any possible way with my case.

Temps dropped 7-8C at load. Somewhat happy but i think i'll be going the custom route soon. GPU block being ordered tomorrow, just need $$ for the CPU block now..


Edited by Tennobanzai - 6/13/10 at 9:40pm
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count me in
i got v3 with amd brackets
i use it on a test bench. i wish the mounting would be easier/ quicker
other then that it's awesome
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Okay, now you're pissin me off. You're taking bits and pieces and trying to make a case where there is none.
What are you talking about. It was you that was spreading the wrong information about the airflow and how heat works with liquid cooling and air cooling. You said it your 1st post when asked about the 800D, then you got mad for being wrong, and to top it off you stated that you never said even though you got quoted saying it.

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Fans DO have static pressure as well. But I guess you knew that too right?
Did you read anything I said or are you pretending like you know what you are talking about after I say it? You were talking about static pressure as in a duct system. I made it very clear what I was getting at.

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You are talking about static pressure like its in a HVACR duct. Static pressure = water pressure (how hard the water is flowing). The static pressure you are talking about it meant to be on a radiator, it has no effect as a normal PC fan inside your case. Its like this, fans for your PC case are better with high CFM, fans for your radiator are better with high static pressure.
Then here you come trying to act like you know what you are talking about after the fact, when you were the one who got it wrong before it. Yet you were the one commenting my reading comprehension skills. I guess you are one of the do as I say not as I do kind of guys. Try and act like you know whats what after the fact. Get out of here with that

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Oh and while your shotgun posting was not meant directly at me(I'll give you the BoD here) it was in the middle of my conversation. So you damn right I get butt hurt over it. Who wouldn't?
You were giving out wrong information. This site is here so people can learn. Instead of take it as what it is, a learning experience, you throw a temper tantrum. Really, "In the middle of my conversation", Really? 1st off it's not you conversation. 2nd I commented on your 1st post to the question that was asked about the 800D, which was the 1st comment to the question asked. You are just making stuff up now. Do you often lie to try and prove points? How old are you now?

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If you don't like my opinion don't read my SHIZT.
There is a difference between having a opinion and spreading false information. You were wrong about the way heat works, you were wrong about not saying what you did, and you are off static pressure. Do you want to keep it up or have you dug the hole deep enough yet?
Edited by Pings - 6/13/10 at 10:14pm
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Guys stop the damn flaming & fighting ... fight over PM not here in this thread
or simply ignore the issue
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Guys stop the damn flaming & fighting ... fight over PM not here in this thread
or simply ignore the issue
I can try and do that. But, I have a feeling that he's not done somehow.
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^^^ Gee wonder why...

I don't have a problem with being corrected. I do have a problem with how you are going about it. If I'm wrong, I'm wrong.

But clearly you're not showing me where I'm wrong.

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What are you talking about. It was you that was spreading the wrong information about the airflow and how heat works with liquid cooling and air cooling. You said it your 1st post when asked about the 800D, then you got mad for being wrong, and to top it off you stated that you never said even though you got quoted saying it.
How was I wrong? Show me or **** about it. What I got mad about was the fact that you quote it without context from a conversation you but your fat ass into. Give the whole context and then it looks a bit different.

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Did you read anything I said or are you pretending like you know what you are talking about after I say it? You were talking about static pressure as in a duct system. I made it very clear what I was getting at.
You're talking out your ass with this one Mate. I've given people helpful information and AGAIN static pressure in a case is important. You keep acting as though it isn't. If you Take a 3:1 intake to exhaust ratio and overload either of them you change the dynamics of the system. That doesn't matter? Whatever dude. You're acting as though it's BS when it's not. If I overload exhaust with lots of intakes then that changes the cooling efficiency. Right or wrong?

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Then here you come trying to act like you know what you are talking about after the fact, when you were the one who got it wrong before it. Yet you were the one commenting my reading comprehension skills. I guess you are one of the do as I say not as I do kind of guys. Try and act like you know whats what after the fact. Get out of here with that
Repeat yourself much? Didn't you essentially say this in the previous quote taken from your rant?

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You were giving out wrong information. This site is here so people can learn. Instead of take it as what it is, a learning experience, you throw a temper tantrum. Really, "In the middle of my conversation", Really? 1st off it's not you conversation. 2nd I commented on your 1st post to the question that was asked about the 800D, which was the 1st comment to the question asked. You are just making stuff up now. Do you often lie to try and prove points? How old are you now?
Ummmm no, I gave out correct information. I just didn't write a frigging book nor did I give it out per rules of Ping. I apologize I didn't go word for word over the Corsair 800D brochure. Next time I'll just cut and paste that so your anal retentive mind can move on to the next crusade.

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There is a difference between having a opinion and spreading false information. You were wrong about the way heat works, you were wrong about not saying what you did, and you are off static pressure. Do you want to keep it up or have you dug the hole deep enough yet?
Dude you're a Twit. Who died and made you the playground monitor? This is what I have a problem with. This is not the 1st time I've seen you bully people about and act like everything they say is false. In the world according to you, if you don't give 100% of the information or if it's off in any way the person is wrong. Sod off pinhead we're done. Don't speak to me an I won't speak to you. An right back at you

~Ceadder
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my h50 should be arriving on Tuesday, can't wait to install it and see how it works. will post pics when done.
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