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I vote the rheosmart from sunbeam. You can use any top shelf fan (like the AP15s), and make them PWM controlled. It matches the 600T front facade too.

VFD displays like the Scythe fan controllers....either you love them or hate them, but I hear they are good performers. I have read Lamptron has a lot of quality issues, but they have good specs assuming you don't get a lemon. Avoid NZXT fan controllers too, poor reliability.
How about the Lamptron FC4?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811997023

20 watts per channel, would that be enough to power two xigmatek 120mm fans on a single channel? Not really sure how much wattage these fans pull
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VFD displays like the Scythe fan controllers....either you love them or hate them, but I hear they are good performers. I have read Lamptron has a lot of quality issues, but they have good specs assuming you don't get a lemon. Avoid NZXT fan controllers too, poor reliability.

I've had several Lamptrons, FC5v2, FC8 and now the FC6 and not one has had any issues.

NZXT controllers SUCK.
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How about the Lamptron FC4?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811997023

20 watts per channel, would that be enough to power two xigmatek 120mm fans on a single channel? Not really sure how much wattage these fans pull
The FC4 is pretty good too
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Here is my 600T se
Can you teach us how to paint those ram sticks to white please ?
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Ye they do look sick!
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Here is my 600T se

W00T! Excellent! I'm looking for a board with a layout allowing to plug a second Asus GTX580 Matrix with sufficient space between them and the bottom card not touching the PSU... You find it... Man the Rampagee III black Ed is sick, it's my absolute fave board

So I have one question: I thought the Rampage III Black-ED was E-ATX? Is it standard ATX?

Awesome rig dude

I'll wait for X79 for an upgrade... I'll go Rampage IV (I presume there will be a Rampage IV? )
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W00T! Excellent! I'm looking for a board with a layout allowing to plug a second Asus GTX580 Matrix with sufficient space between them and the bottom card not touching the PSU... You find it... Man the Rampagee III black Ed is sick, it's my absolute fave board

So I have one question: I thought the Rampage III Black-ED was E-ATX? Is it standard ATX?

Awesome rig dude

I'll wait for X79 for an upgrade... I'll go Rampage IV (I presume there will be a Rampage IV? )

The R3BE is a E-ATX, So is the maximus iv extreme-z, So 2 matrix cards should fit fine on the maximus iv extreme-z as well, Just that on the Z68, You dont get dual x16 lanes like on the rampage x58.
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W00T! Excellent! I'm looking for a board with a layout allowing to plug a second Asus GTX580 Matrix with sufficient space between them and the bottom card not touching the PSU... You find it... Man the Rampagee III black Ed is sick, it's my absolute fave board

So I have one question: I thought the Rampage III Black-ED was E-ATX? Is it standard ATX?

Awesome rig dude

I'll wait for X79 for an upgrade... I'll go Rampage IV (I presume there will be a Rampage IV? )
That is an E-ATX board. Look how it runs over the grommets. E-ATX is no longer than ATX, only wider AFAIK.
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From what I have learned over the last couple of weeks, "pull" fans on a rad are not so bad. In one study, the author claimed they work better than "push" fans at lower RPM. Don't forget that you can also use it as push/intake if you want to. With a decent fan in the rear of the case, and if you have video card(s) that exhaust out the back of the case, I think push/intake could work pretty good with the H100.

I would not recommend those slim fans. I think they would likely impede flow for the faster H100 fans even though they have to push or pull through the rad. Those slim fans don't have good airflow or static pressure. (they are case fans, not rad fans).

There is a mod you can do for push/pull, but it's quite a bit of work and it's a serious mod that will void your warranty and permanently affect your case. If you're a modder kind of guy you may like to try it, if not I would recommend getting some air filters for the 120mm H100 fans and using them as intake/push. If you do that I would highly recommend using a high flow 120mm fan in the rear of the case. Something that moves close to or more than 100 CFM. There are other ways of adding more cooling like adding fans to the side panel with the mesh installed, or adding a 120mm fan in the drive bays. Look through this thread for more ideas.

Note, I got a 7c drop when I moved to the H100 from the H70, both mounted in the same position in my case. This is an excellent cooler, and has been called "the best closed loop water cooler on the market" in many of the reviews I have read (and they were using the stock setup - one set of fans).

Check this link for great advice on fans:
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ng-thread.html



He has disabled PM on his account. You'll have to go to Corsair's website and PM them or ask in their forums.



Post us a link to the thread you use so we can keep an eye on your progress. I am curious to see how you guys make out (you too Cesar).



I agree, if I had your parts I think I might replace the LEDs in the front fan with red ones. Perhaps you can find a way to change the color of the heat sinks on your memory? You can always take them off and use a black (or white if you can find it) heat paint just on the sinks and then reinstall them to the memory.
I like white LED's a LOT more than red ones. I also like the red ram.. It kind changes it up... if that makes sense. Also I just ordered a NZXT White led strip
 
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