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While my issues with my HX1050 and H100 haven't been sorted yet I did manage to sort out my MSI GTX580 Twin Frozr II problems. First off I used a sledge hammer to crack a nut biggrin.gif I was going to go SLI in the future anyway but to ensure I had a properly working card for BF3 this week, I bought another MSI GTX Twin Frozr II along with the Icy Diamond 24 Thermal paste:D If the paste sorted the 100ºc dud card then I would have SLI for BF3, if the paste didn't work and I had no choice but to RMA the card, I would have a single working card at least.

See this thread for the full story.

TLDR : New second card on its own in the top slot hit 65ºc max in tests where the dud card was hitting 100ºc+ Great! biggrin.gif
Dud card with new paste on its own in the top slot hit 60º max in tests where it used to hit 100ºc+ Super Great!! It was now running 5ºc cooler than the new card biggrin.gif

So I put the Zero to Hero cooler running older card in the top slot and the new card in the bottom slot and SLI'd them up. Full Heaven Benchmark maxed them out at 80ºc and 67ºc respectively. To be expected with two radial cards SLI'd and venting internally in the 600T with stock fans.

The following day some more stuff arrived including 2x 120mm NZXT's and a 200mm 166CFM NZXT for the front intake. 1x 120mm fan I getto'd into the unused 5.25" bays as intake with black foam blowing towards the H100. This lowered CPU temps 4ºc with the top mounted H100 exhausting out the top. The other 120mm I getto mounted with cable ties outside on the back of the case behind the PCI bays. I removed the PCI blanking plates.

With so much more cool air being blown towards and between the two Twin Frozrs by the new 200mm and with the 120mm pulling the internally vented hot exhaust from the cards straight out the back, I lowered the temp of both cards and dramatically cut the delta between the two. Full Heaven 1080p Benchmark maxed the top card out at 69ºc and the bottom at 64ºc.

Anyway, heres some pictures:

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I managed to mount the H100 with fans in push exhaust configuration despite my tall Corsair Vengence Ram. However I could only use 3 screws. Seems solid enough though. Some may have noticed no top/rear exhaust. As well as the H100 fan controller dying, one of its fans slowly died too and took out an output on the 600T's case fan controller. I was running the H100 on one fan for a day till I removed the rear exhaust fan and put it on the H100. Maxes out at half the RPM of the H100 fan though.

At the moment the build is loud with a capital L. The H100 fans hooked up to the motherboard headers or case fan controller run at near full speed and thus they are making a racket as you can imagine. The other problem is the new NZXT 200mm fan is so powerful its creating a lot of noise pulling the air through the front mesh. I'll be taking the dremel to that mesh soon.

Can anyone recommend a fan controller that can keep all these case fans tamed until they need to be unleashed when gaming or when the ambient is hot? ie. do people recommend controllers with their own temp probes or controllers that somehow pull temp data from the motherboard? Manual control is also acceptable. I reckon a good place for one without ruining the minimalist front aesthetic of the case is to mount it bottom fromt after removing that plastic HDD cage plinth and after cutting out a slot in the metal at the front under the 200mm mesh area. The controller would be hidden but easily accessible to adjust the knobs by simply popping off the filter mesh panel.

Anyway, as usual, ignore the terrible cable management. I haven't bothered tidying up as I will likely be pulling the lot apart to do all the dremeling and removing and replacing of the RMA parts and then rebuilding from scratch.
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Just got my case - jumped up from a CM Scout. I LOVE THIS CASE!!! Pics to follow...Its so clean.
Edited by iommichild - 11/1/11 at 9:39pm
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post #4113 of 18196
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Originally Posted by Calibos;15504036 
*Snip*
With so much more cool air being blown towards and between the two Twin Frozrs by the new 200mm and with the 120mm pulling the internally vented hot exhaust from the cards straight out the back, I lowered the temp of both cards and dramatically cut the delta between the two. Full Heaven 1080p Benchmark maxed the top card out at 69ºc and the bottom at 64ºc.

*Snip*

At the moment the build is loud with a capital L. The H100 fans hooked up to the motherboard headers or case fan controller run at near full speed and thus they are making a racket as you can imagine. The other problem is the new NZXT 200mm fan is so powerful its creating a lot of noise pulling the air through the front mesh. I'll be taking the dremel to that mesh soon.

Can anyone recommend a fan controller that can keep all these case fans tamed until they need to be unleashed when gaming or when the ambient is hot? ie. do people recommend controllers with their own temp probes or controllers that somehow pull temp data from the motherboard? Manual control is also acceptable. I reckon a good place for one without ruining the minimalist front aesthetic of the case is to mount it bottom fromt after removing that plastic HDD cage plinth and after cutting out a slot in the metal at the front under the 200mm mesh area. The controller would be hidden but easily accessible to adjust the knobs by simply popping off the filter mesh panel.

Anyway, as usual, ignore the terrible cable management. I haven't bothered tidying up as I will likely be pulling the lot apart to do all the dremeling and removing and replacing of the RMA parts and then rebuilding from scratch.

Good job on the video card exhaust fan. I was thinking of doing the same thing after I do this small video card mod when I get time.

As for fan controller, I highly recommend a PWM header from your MOBO if it supports it. It will control your fan(or up to 5 fans if you buy certain splitter) all by the temperature of your CPU. I have custom fan profiles that stay silent(600-900RPM) when the temperature is less than 60C. Then run at mid range at 70C(1200-1500RPM), which is where my rig usaully runs when crunching/folding on CPU/GPU. My fans can run faster if my rig runs hotter for some reason, 1900 RPM on the vipers, and 1300 RPM on the Apaches which are my top mounted fans.

Plus no need for having to mount a fan controller somewhere. I like the materialistic look of mine.
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Originally Posted by Qasual;15476143 
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You guys are talking about this set up right ? wink.gif

Where did you get that picture??
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A youtube video, is there a problem officer ?

It's a inspirational image on how I wanna base my set up off of biggrin.gif

EDIT: -Squints eyes- Wait a minute .... IT'S YOURS!

Thank you so much for the inspiration. biggrin.gif
Edited by Qasual - 10/30/11 at 1:12pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Qasual;15511076 
A youtube video, is there a problem officer ?

It's a inspirational image on how I wanna base my set up off of biggrin.gif

EDIT: -Squints eyes- Wait a minute .... IT'S YOURS!

Thank you so much for the inspiration. biggrin.gif

LOL no officer here, thought it was a picture that might have come from my Facebook is all...didn't realize it was a still from the video thumb.gif

If you have any questions about it just let me know biggrin.gif
post #4117 of 18196
Oh sweet, thanks.

I wanted to use a 240mm rad on the top for the cpu and a 120mm in the exhaust to cool the gpu. The only problem I met so far is that if I keep the 120mm rad internal (Which I plan to do) It'll interfere with one of the 240mm rad fans (Push pull) so I though of just removing one from the 240mm, so in total three fans.
post #4118 of 18196
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Originally Posted by Calibos;15504036 

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At the moment the build is loud with a capital L. The H100 fans hooked up to the motherboard headers or case fan controller run at near full speed and thus they are making a racket as you can imagine. The other problem is the new NZXT 200mm fan is so powerful its creating a lot of noise pulling the air through the front mesh. I'll be taking the dremel to that mesh soon.

Can anyone recommend a fan controller that can keep all these case fans tamed until they need to be unleashed when gaming or when the ambient is hot? ie. do people recommend controllers with their own temp probes or controllers that somehow pull temp data from the motherboard? Manual control is also acceptable. I reckon a good place for one without ruining the minimalist front aesthetic of the case is to mount it bottom fromt after removing that plastic HDD cage plinth and after cutting out a slot in the metal at the front under the 200mm mesh area. The controller would be hidden but easily accessible to adjust the knobs by simply popping off the filter mesh panel....

Good job. Nice to see it coming along.

As for a fan controller, what are you looking for in one? Multiple fans on one channel? One fan per channel? Auto control or pure manual or auto with a manual override?

You can get some nice rheobus controllers that have something like 30 Watts per channel which is enough for a few power hog fans.

If you were interested in PWM, Zolman makes a nice little controller that has a single PWM channel and three 3-pin fan channels. Although it's only 7 Watts per channel, the PWM channel can control as many fans as you want it to if you use a multi PWM fan splitter on that channel (like this: http://usb.brando.com/pwm-fan-splitter-cable_p01520c032d015.html ) because PWM splitters like that power the fans by using a molex connector to the PSU. Note that splitter only controls three fans. If you would like to do an H100 push/pull (which it looks like you have room for) you would need to find a splitter capable of controlling four fans (or add another fan connector to the splitter above with a little wire and solder). This would leave you three three-pin fan channels for case fans on the controller. It also has three "auto" ranges, by pressing a button you get slow, medium and high on the PWM channel, plus manual knobs for manual control.

Scythe makes an excellent four channel controller that has temp probes and a real auto mode that can control the fans based on temp, plus sweet little knob controls and a nice LCD display with all the temps and fan speeds shown on the display simultaneously. It does not have a high wattage per channel, so it's best to use it with just one fan per channel.

Some companies make a 12 channel controller that is just a 5 1/4" plate filled with fan control knobs.

So it really depends on how many fans, what type they are, and how you would like to control them. There are so many controllers on the market it's tough to decide between them.
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This has the ability to control 5 fans. I use it and it works as it should
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Check this deal out.I am going to be buying this case to do a rig for my wife.

http://www.nextwarehouse.com/item/?1023891_CORSAIR_CC600TWM-WHT_
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