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post #4621 of 18196
Purchase myself a New Camera Nikon D300s.

here a couple more shots of my Corsair Setup.

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post #4622 of 18196
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Originally Posted by zhouz View Post

My fan controller died, at first was stuck at min speed then just fully went out and wouldnt power any fans. I've been trying to RMA it for like two months now but support is super slow to respond and they plain just dont reply to mails sent to rma@corsair.com
I currently have my H100 fans plugged into the H100 block (which, thanks corsair for making the fan wires too short to reach your own cooling block in your own case...) and the front and back case fans plugged into the MB.

Try redbeard@corsair.com. That's Corsair George. Let him know you have not been seeing any response and he may be able to help you out.

On another note.

I had removed my AeroCool Strike X fan controller and installed a Zalman because I thought I had killed one of the five channels. I really like that controller even though it's a little basic on the functions. I had two fans plugged into one of the channels, and one day I was working on my system and when I put it back together that channel was running the fans at 100%. I was kicking myself because I knew I was taking a risk using two fans on that one channel (it's not the best fan controller).

So, I've had it at work for a couple of weeks and I finally got around to taking a look at it. Turns out the problem was shoddy manufacturing. When I first got the controller one channel didn't work and I had to resolder the output transistor. Turns out that the holes the transistors are soldered into are not plated through. So, I soldered all the transistors on the top and bottom of the board and all my channels work now. I checked the heatsinks and found there was basically no TIM. Whoever put the TIM on at the factory did such a bad job that there was only a little strip across the top of the transistor and that strip was dried up pretty good. They also used hot melt glue to hold the heatsinks in. Who uses hot melt on things that get very warm? So, I stripped all the heatsinks out, cleaned them and the transistors off and glued them down to the solder pad using thermal epoxy. I also added a decent helping of TIM so the heatsinks should actually do their job now. I've tested it and everything is working like new. As soon as I get time I will reinstall it and remove the Zalman (which is an OK fan controller but doesn't do temps). It'll be nice to have a spare kicking around now.
Edited by Mergatroid - 12/25/11 at 4:05pm
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post #4623 of 18196
@ mista. nice workspace
post #4624 of 18196
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What front intake fan is that? And how does it do?

Its a CM Megaflow. And it works awesome. I wish I could get one to fit on the top but the Corsair fan does well enough for exhaust.
post #4625 of 18196
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Going to be changing my Horrid tubes. But still, I'm proud of my work.
This was my first watercooling build.
450

Which size of tube?
post #4626 of 18196
Got another card and another cooler for it, threw it on and in it went

450

o and added another yate right next to them because they are 480s
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Which size of tube?

1/2" ID tubing with a 1/8" thick wall
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post #4628 of 18196
Just got one a few days ago. biggrin.gif

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Edited by rasa123 - 12/27/11 at 2:37am
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Just got one a few days ago. biggrin.gif
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That's a creative placement for a fan controller. Wouldn't have thought of that!
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That's a creative placement for a fan controller. Wouldn't have thought of that!

Lolwhat?
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