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post #4601 of 18196
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Nice! How did you get that Megaflow mounted to the side there? Definitely seems like it'd be better than 4x 120mm there, and quieter.

Hi,

so sry for e late reply. I was away. Emm i just drill 4 holes through e mesh and fix in e spare rubber holes corsait provided with e 600t. Careful though, dun drill too big for e hole.thumb.gif
post #4602 of 18196
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Originally Posted by Dorianime View Post

has no one noticed this? lol
See I think the Stock LED is not bright enough! plus I didn't even know it could be open rolleyes.gif
PS have you used up your Dirt 3 key? cus you kind of have it floating on the internet now lol

Darn, u make me miss my V8 now. Lol.
post #4603 of 18196
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Originally Posted by cruelntention View Post

remove both side panels, you'll see i believe 4 white tabs on each side. GENTLY and ever so GENTLY pull those away and the front bezel will pull away. i had to work on mine for a good 30 mins because i was so scared to death of breaking one of those tabs. once u get the front off you'll have access to the other 2 screws.

I'll definitely do that and post some pictures! thumb.gif
post #4604 of 18196
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I take it you changed the fans that came with it then? Or are the stock fans (is it) pmw and you have them plugged into the board.
I'm not changing any of the fans around until i can afford an acryli side panel but having the fans set higher at a lower temperature for now would be good. I take that i can do that in my Bios?
If anyone else is reading this its a P8z68 v pro. Is it easy to change fan speeds through bios? Total noob btw.biggrin.gif

Yes, I changed the fans to PWM. Actually, the stock fans are better than the fans I replaced them with but my mobo will not control 3-pin fans. If you want your mobo/BIOS to control your fans you would likely have to purchase some PWM fans (check your manual) because your board will also likely only control 4-pin fans. I've been looking for some good 2000 RPM + PWM 120mm fans that have a good static pressure for a rad, but I just can't seem to locate any in Canada. I really like PWM and I personally find it very unfortunate that more cases and coolers don't come with PWM even though so many mobos now will have three or four PWM fan headers. I think the cooler/case manufacturers need to get on the same page as the mobo manufacturers. 3-pin fans are so last century.

You could connect the H100 fans on your board anyway and run them at 100% all the time, but that would be a little on the loud side. A fan controller would allow for manual control, although personally I prefer some type of auto control (for my CPU cooler). The H100 block set on medium will most likely do a fine job for you until you decide if you want to change things around (PWM, Fan Controller or other).

You need to check your manual and see if your mobo will control 3-pin fans (it's unlikely). I would recommend the H100 block on the medium setting for best noise/performance.
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I would like to join

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Edited by dkev - 12/23/11 at 3:39pm
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Thanks for that Mergatroid. I actually have the same board as you but I'll take your word that it's hard to find these fans for our case and needs. I will just most likely wait and invest in this side panel come my birthday.
The inside of my case only seems to be a couple of degrees hoitter than yours when I'm playing games so I'm not going to panic about it.
One more question though, did you keep your stock fans on the case at front and back too. I ask this as it seems your a fan of the stocks on the H100.
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So I decided that I should contribute a little more. biggrin.gif

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So I decided that I should contribute a little more. biggrin.gif
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Is that the NZXT 120LB?
    
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post #4610 of 18196
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Is that the NZXT 120LB?

yes they are. i liked that i can adjust the fan speed and plus they were white. biggrin.gif

they flow pretty well and are quiet, but then again my 480 under load sounds like a f-18 taking off! coolsmiley.png
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