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That's just a regular 600t my lighting is kinda strange, but thanks for the compliment. smile.gif
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RyReZar, Where did you purchase that from? I've been looking at them for a while now. Just don't know yet.
I bought them from scan http://www.scan.co.uk/products/corsair-individually-sleeved-modular-cable-upgrade-kit-for-the-professional-series-gold-ax850-ax750- if you go to corsairs site and find them it should bring up retailers near you

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That looks pretty nice.
Could you take one more picture from the back with very bright lighting so we can see the cables well? I'm wondering what the black "junctions" are?
Yep i'll hopefully take some more today with better lighting, do you mean the black connections on the white braided cables? As they are sata power connections.

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^drool.gif That looks amazing
Thanks! biggrin.gif
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RyReZar, Where did you purchase that from? I've been looking at them for a while now. Just don't know yet.
Mergatroid and BiuS, was the Spectre any bigger than the Corsair fans?

The bitfenix seems bigger then the corsair in diameter, but just because of mounting holes but in thickness the bitfenix is 5mm bigger then corsair stock fan. but for use as intake fan it's ok just move the cage to the bottom of the case and all set, as exhaust fan in top is possible but you have to make more space for it as the case has a gap that is 20mm high and the fan is 25mm

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I think the Spectre Pro fan is quieter at full speed than the NZXT fan is at low speed, but not by much. I personally prefer performance over quiet, but of course (like all of us) I prefer both if I can get it. The NZXT fan is so powerful that, when the front dust cover is open, if you close it very slowly the suction from the fan will suck it closed all the way when you get to about 1 inch. The Spectre Pro fan doesn't even cause any perceivable force on the dust cover at all, even when it's almost touching at the top and running full speed. In fact, I could just use it straight to molex as I never turn it down.

The funny thing is that the Spectre Pro is supposedly something like 147 CFM, while the NZXT fan is 166 CFM. Something is odd about this because the NZXT fan feels like it moves twice as much air. Who knows, maybe I got a bad one too, but it runs at the correct RPM so I doubt it. Plus, I did an 8-LED mod to my NZXT fan that looks way better than the Spectre Pro LEDs.

One last thing to think about though is that the Spectre Pro fan has a lot of mounting holes, while it's doubtful you would get a nice mount from the NZXT fan (you would have to drill or use some cable ties or something).

Thanks for the info mergatroid, i just sent my spectre back fro a replacement it was really running at low speed and i think was defective. And have you tried other 200mm fan like coolermaster mega flow or from xigametk?
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RyReZar, Where did you purchase that from? I've been looking at them for a while now. Just don't know yet.
Mergatroid and BiuS, was the Spectre any bigger than the Corsair fans?

The bitfenix seems bigger then the corsair in diameter, but just because of mounting holes but in thickness the bitfenix is 5mm bigger then corsair stock fan. but for use as intake fan it's ok just move the cage to the bottom of the case and all set, as exhaust fan in top is possible but you have to make more space for it as the case has a gap that is 20mm high and the fan is 25mm


I asked because I was wondering if 2 could fit up front. frown.gif
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post #7345 of 18196
Good Morning Everybody!!!

I want to take some time to explain what I am doing in my new Rig about watercooling.
When I decide to include a Corsair H100 system in my PC I read a lot of articles about the Pros/Cons using Exhaust vs Intake.

Due to the great diverse opinions I was lost to decide which best to use. I commence to test by myself and encounter the following:

1st Test: I change the fans originally included in H100 package by 2-120mm Corsair High Performance Cooling Fans, used only in the top of the case, in both Exhaust/Intake way and get 33-34C using the thermal paste that come in the H100 head.

2nd Test: I change the fans originally included in H100 package by 2-120mm Corsair High Performance Cooling Fans, used only in the top of the case, in both Exhaust/Intake way and get 29-30C changing the thermal paste that come in the H100 head and applying Prolimatech PK-1 compound. I verify a comparison about some thermal paste and decide to use it by its excellent results http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Thermal-Compound-Roundup-February-2012/1490/5.

As you can note in both cases, Exhaust/Intake, does not gave me significant results in terms of internal heat. By now I will use the Intake configuration due to the fans red hi-end look!

Today I will receive 2-Scythe SY1212SL12M 120mm to test from inside, below the 240 Rad. Lets will see...

These are my results experimenting by myself. Any suggestions? I miss something? I am very newbie about this matter and I am open mind to hear best ideas!!!

Thanks!





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Edited by nima59 - 9/13/12 at 8:32am
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Edited by RyReZar - 1/26/13 at 3:43am
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It is never cluttered. Moar is better. Haha.

Now I have to try and figure out where I can put my sound card.
Edited by chrischoi - 9/13/12 at 8:23am
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I just re did all my pictures for you guys, and i fixed my cables what do you think?
http://www.overclock.net/t/831636/official-corsair-graphite-club/7330#post_18144619
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Good Morning Everybody!!!
I want to take some time to explain what I am doing in my new Rig about watercooling.
When I decide to include a Corsair H100 system in my PC I read a lot of articles about the Pros/Cons using Exhaust vs Intake.
Due to the great diverse opinions I was lost to decide which best to use. I commence to test by myself and encounter the following:
1st Test: I change the fans originally included in H100 package by 2-120mm Corsair High Performance Cooling Fans, used only in the top of the case, in both Exhaust/Intake way and get 33-34C using the thermal paste that come in the H100 head.
2nd Test: I change the fans originally included in H100 package by 2-120mm Corsair High Performance Cooling Fans, used only in the top of the case, in both Exhaust/Intake way and get 29-30C changing the thermal paste that come in the H100 head and applying Prolimatech PK-1 compound. I verify a comparison about some thermal paste and decide to use it by its excellent results http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Thermal-Compound-Roundup-February-2012/1490/5.
As you can note in both cases, Exhaust/Intake, does not gave me significant results in terms of internal heat. By now I will use the Intake configuration due to the fans red hi-end look!
Today I will receive 2-Scythe SY1212SL12M 120mm to test from inside, below the 240 Rad. Lets will see...
These are my results experimenting by myself. Any suggestions? I miss something? I am very newbie about this matter and I am open mind to hear best ideas!!!
Thanks!
.
Are those fans better than the stock on the h100? because acording to the specs their not. Nice tests though and a nice looking rig! thumb.gif

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I just re did all my pictures for you guys, and i fixed my cables what do you think?
http://www.overclock.net/t/831636/official-corsair-graphite-club/7330#post_18144619

Looks nice man! jelly of your 670's biggrin.gif
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It is never cluttered. Moar is better. Haha.
Now I have to try and figure out where I can put my sound card.
haha ok smile.gif what do you mean about your soundcard? have you run out of slots?
Edited by RyReZar - 9/13/12 at 1:35pm
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