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post #5121 of 6667
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Originally Posted by edsai View Post

Are these 3-pin fans the SP120 Quiet or Performance Edition?
The Performance Edition comes with a adapter for lower speed operation.
I have the board Asus (P8Z77-V LX).
The CPU header controls only 4-pin PWM fans.
The 3-pin fans hooked in the CPU header spin at full blast.
The Chassis header can control both 4-pin and 3-pin fans.
But I don't recommend to hook the heatsink fans in the Chassis Fan headers because there's a risk by the board turn off the fans hooked in the Chassis Fan headers to save energy.
The Asus EPU utility can turn off all the fans hooked in the Chassis headers.
Only the fans hooked in the CPU header remains spinning.

Yes they are the Performance Edition fans, I just hooked up the adapter and its much better, they are rolling along at 1700rpm and thats fine with me.
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THIS bothered me today ....
hey guys is it possible to make a fan bracket for the heat sink, just in case of future removal changing out fans one happen to SNAP!!
u guys got any homemade ideas for recreating the brackets ??
post #5123 of 6667
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THIS bothered me today ....
hey guys is it possible to make a fan bracket for the heat sink, just in case of future removal changing out fans one happen to SNAP!!
u guys got any homemade ideas for recreating the brackets ??

probably paper clips. i think i saw a DIY guide to making paperclip brackets for megalahems somewhere
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post #5124 of 6667
Hey guys!

I'm thinking about joining the club, but I'm not sure if this cooler will get in the way of my ram. I plan on using 2 fans in push pull.

Do you think I would have trouble with these?
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post #5125 of 6667
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Originally Posted by triggdev View Post

Hey guys!
I'm thinking about joining the club, but I'm not sure if this cooler will get in the way of my ram. I plan on using 2 fans in push pull.
Do you think I would have trouble with these?
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Given the fact you're using low profile memory, I don't think you'll run into trouble. Besides that, you probably won't even reach the ram (the cooler is not that wide). See my (spare) rig for example:

An overview pic.

I don't think you'll have any problems whatsoever thumb.gif
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post #5126 of 6667
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Somebody should test this. See about audio performance for 1 fan versus two. Have the one fan go for a temperature, and see how slow you can have two fans spinning to create the same temp. Then, see if the two fans combined audio signature is lower than the single fan.
I would check this... but I don't have a second blademaster or a way to control my fans.

Where did you guys find cable from 2 x 4-pin cable to one, or you all have two on mb. i'm gonna have problem with that. rolleyes.gif
best way is if both fans are on the same controller . if i connect second on "sis_fan" i'm gonna have diferent RPMs, not really good
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post #5127 of 6667
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Where did you guys find cable from 2 x 4-pin cable to one, or you all have two on mb. i'm gonna have problem with that. rolleyes.gif
best way is if both fans are on the same controller . if i connect second on "sis_fan" i'm gonna have diferent RPMs, not really good

I bought the "Turbo Edition" which includes a second fan and the cable to connect both to the cpu fan header, I got 2 pics to the cable in the guide in my sig, one of the 2 connectors have a missing pin to eliminate errors when reporting fan speeds, so it runs and controls 2 fans but sows speed of only 1 of them (assuming that the second will run at the same speed).

Try to find a similar connector.
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post #5128 of 6667
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Given the fact you're using low profile memory, I don't think you'll run into trouble. Besides that, you probably won't even reach the ram (the cooler is not that wide). See my (spare) rig for example: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
An overview pic.
I don't think you'll have any problems whatsoever thumb.gif

Cool, thanks!

I'm about to order the MB, Ram, and CPU +cooler once my bank decides to make my deposit available.
Can't wait!

EDIT:
Just ordered everything, and Newegg was nice enough to buy me 2 fans for my CPU Cooler, which would you recommend?

Edited by triggdev - 11/21/12 at 9:29am
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Does this 212 evo have same height with the NOCTUA-NHD14 CPU cooler....................... or this evo is taller than D14? anyone can help me to figure out..... smile.gif
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Does this 212 evo have same height with the NOCTUA-NHD14 CPU cooler....................... or this evo is taller than D14? anyone can help me to figure out..... smile.gif

1 mm difference.

212 EVO: 120x80x159
NH-D14:160x140x158

212 EVO
NH-D14
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