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post #1442 of 3949
My NH-D14 with this new build will be here friday. So Excited to see how it performs silently.
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Terrible cell phone pic but there it is before I put it in the case. I'll take better pics when my girl gets back with the camera. Add me to the list of D14 lovers. Man even with it on backwards it was out cooling my old cooler. The fans are no longer blowing the wrong way but I want to try it that way when my other 200mm fan comes in. want to see if the top front exhaust fan does more cooling that way.
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Originally Posted by Kreeker View Post
Also, what program can I use to control my fan speeds? I noticed that EVERY fan, including the d14, I connected to my mobo was 3 pin as opposed to 4 pin.... does this mean I cannot control the fan speeds? If so, why in god's name are the fan speeds so low...................
You seem to have a Gigabyte board. I should tell you to RTFM, but I'll give you the short version:

Boot into BIOS.
Open your PC Health page.
Toward the bottom there are SmartFan settings.
Set the CPU Smart Fan Control to Enabled.
Set the CPU Smart Fan Mode to Voltage (not Auto).
F10 to save and boot.

In Windows, open ET6 (EasyTune 6)
Go to the next to last tab - SmartFan
Choose either Auto or Advanced
either will control your cpu fanspeed.

Just remember to put both fans on the excellent Y-cable that came with the cooler.
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post #1445 of 3949
Quote:
Originally Posted by ehume View Post
You seem to have a Gigabyte board. I should tell you to RTFM, but I'll give you the short version:

Boot into BIOS.
Open your PC Health page.
Toward the bottom there are SmartFan settings.
Set the CPU Smart Fan Control to Enabled.
Set the CPU Smart Fan Mode to Voltage (not Auto).
F10 to save and boot.

In Windows, open ET6 (EasyTune 6)
Go to the next to last tab - SmartFan
Choose either Auto or Advanced
either will control your cpu fanspeed.

Just remember to put both fans on the excellent Y-cable that came with the cooler.
Thanks for the reply. I look this up and find the same solution as you just posted. My post was a little off topic for this thread because the cpu fans are not giving me the issue. My problem are the case fans, which are continuing to operate at very low rpms even under load...
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Thanks for the reply. I look this up and find the same solution as you just posted. My post was a little off topic for this thread because the cpu fans are not giving me the issue. My problem are the case fans, which are continuing to operate at very low rpms even under load...
If your case fans are hooked to SYS_FAN2 they will always be slow; move them. If your fans are connected to Molex and they are slow, then they are build to rotate slowly; you will need different fans to get a higher speed.
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I finally found the time to finish my first build. I'm happy with how it turned out, but I probably should have plugged it in before taking the time to hide the wires. **Crossing fingers!** I wish Lian Li gave you more space (thickness) behind the motherboard, as well as places to fasten zip ties. It would've made things a lot easier. Also, if you look at the backplate, notice how the hole isn't big enough to allow you to add/remove a backplate with the motherboard installed. It's strange that they screwed this up.

I'm the guy who earlier in the thread wasn't sure how tight to make the screws for the backplate. I was pleased to find out that the 2 heatsink screws to have positive stops, so there's no guesswork. I relocated the spring clips on the fans themselves for wire placement, but mounted the fans at the exact height they were out of the box. There's plenty of RAM clearance. I see some people lower them more. Would this be beneficial to cool the motherboard?

I took some of the pics using light from a window, so it's tough to see details in the final images. Any criticisms or suggestions would be appreciated!




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post #1449 of 3949
Alex - you can buy stick-on ziptie anchors at your hardware store. They're square, like this:



Also, could you please post your first two pics here?

Thanks. They're great shots.
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Nice pics and build Alex
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