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post #3401 of 18197
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Originally Posted by eizen;15041118 
Nice

How about a picture when it's on?
Why did you replace the corsair 200mm fan? It pushes alot of air IMO or do you have the older version of the case?

Edit: What did you use to cut the grill?

Used some Dykes (sp?) to cut the small points.. was easy. Also the Coolermaster moves just as much air but is quieter. It is thicker so the blade pitch is greater. Also those corsair fans are VERY flimsy which usually results in harmonics carried through the frame. The rubber bushings corsair uses are crap. They should be more like a soft silicone to really eliminate the vibrations. I run my fans at such a low RPM that vibes arent really a problem though. Cool and silent.. you cant beat it.

ADDED PICS OF IT RUNNING ON ORGINAL POST!
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post #3402 of 18197
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Originally Posted by Copyright;15040731 
Got my fan mods done!!! Just a few before and after temps..

Stock cooling (noisy) 76F in house
GPU - 41C Idle
CPU - 40C Idle

After Mods (very quiet) 76F in house
GPU - 38C Idle
CPU - 34C Idle

Full load over my other case is 6C cooler now on my CPU!

Completed mods. (all 120mm fans daisy chained on one PWM port)
Fan speed at idle.. 750rpm for 120mm case fans, 800 rpm for cpu fan, and ~700rpm for front Cooler Master megaflow.

Cut away rear grille
Added Artic cooling PWM case fan in Rear

Removed top 200mm fan
Added 2x 120mm Artic cooling PWM fans
Grill cut away in front of both 120mm fans

Front Corsair 200mm removed
CoolerMaster Megaflow installed
Front grill cut away and removed.


Removing the Grills has always (for me) made a big difference in noise and temps. I am running the cooler master full blast and its almost impossible to hear a few feet away. The front grill restriction is what is causing all the noise. I am now VERY VERY happy with this case. I suspect my load temps will be good since all the 120mm fans and cpu fan will throttle up to full speed under load... gotta love PWM fans!

ADD ME TO THE CLUB!!

Idle temps are kinda of a mute point. The built in sensors are less accurate the lower the temperature. But I do believe that you have better temps. Looks good, and PWM FTW.

You using one of these??
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post #3403 of 18197
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Originally Posted by goodtobeking;15041412 
Idle temps are kinda of a mute point. The built in sensors are less accurate the lower the temperature. But I do believe that you have better temps. Looks good, and PWM FTW.

You using one of these??

No, the arctic cooling PWM fans have the splitter built in. You can daisy chain up to 5 off one PWM port. You do not have to buy any adapters like you linked. They are also FDB bearing fans. Also idle temps are the only comparison I have. I forgot to check load temps before the mods. The temps over my last case are 6C cooler under load for the CPU.
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post #3404 of 18197
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Originally Posted by vitality;15039154 
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Totally Re-did cable management.
I love this case smile.gif

Very nice! What bit of Oklahoma are you from?
post #3405 of 18197
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Originally Posted by (MAB);15041131 
Is that a white cathode? Or blue? It looks blue but I was just asking cause Im planning something similar and was deciding between white and blue and the pictures with white turn out a bit blue.

It's a blue because there was no white version that was inverterless.
I think it's this one:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/9967/lit-181/Logisys_12_Inverterless_True-Color_CCFL_Light_Bar_-_Frontal_180_Lighting_-_Blue.html?tl=g6c451s1145#blank
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post #3406 of 18197
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Very nice! What bit of Oklahoma are you from?

Thanks! And I PM'ed you.
 
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Do you guys use your H100 Fans above the rad as Intake or Exhaust? You cannot do push/pull which kinda is a bummer. What are your guys CPU Temps?
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Right now mine are intake. And right now im testing for stability at 4.5ghz and my max temps are 63c redface.gif. might get a little higher though, it's only been 25min.
 
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Hey man, i have mine at 4.4GHz, but it only goes to that speed when I am gaming, if not it is around 1.6Ghz that is good right? Or 4.4Ghz all the time is better?
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post #3410 of 18197
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Originally Posted by Steveei;15044989 
Do you guys use your H100 Fans above the rad as Intake or Exhaust? You cannot do push/pull which kinda is a bummer. What are your guys CPU Temps?

Nice to see you here wink.gif

Intake would be best for your CPU temps, but may make your GPU rise in temp because of more hot air in your case.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Steveei;15045309 
Hey man, i have mine at 4.4GHz, but it only goes to that speed when I am gaming, if not it is around 1.6Ghz that is good right? Or 4.4Ghz all the time is better?

I used to use my boards EPU-6 to do the same thing, but gave it up because if my computer is on, it is crunching/folding. It should save you some money on electric, but very little I bet. Make sure you get your rig stable before you enable it, dont want that causing any errors that may make you think it is a bad OC.
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