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Originally Posted by Killeg View Post

I just upgraded my PC again, got the asus sabertooth x79, i7 3820 and the Corsair H100i.(pics will follow)
But i still have a question, i have mounted the radiator inside the case and the fans outside (top)
When i put the mesh cover over the fans, they get really noisy. Does anyone of you have the same problem?
I'm using the standard fans i got with the h100i
here's a blurry pic from my cellphone biggrin.gif

Air wooshing noise or "my fans may be bad" noise? Air wooshing noise would be understandable, but that's the only type of noise you should get.
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Originally Posted by Krullmeister View Post

Hi guys,
New member of the forum and to the 600t club. After spending a whole lot of time reading through this thread and getting so many great ideas I had to make an account and post my rig. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I had a Bitfenix Spectre Pro installed, but it started making ticking and grinding noises right off the bat so gonna have to return it. Rocking the stock 200mm for now.
It's far from done, gonna do sleeving (not sure if I'll try to do that myself or go the easy way and get pre sleeved extensions), some white lights are going in, better RAM, maybe an attempt at a custom sidepanel and so on. It's not too flashy but it performance extremely well.

You have the most awesome Corsair AX750 psu. You can purchase sleeved cables in various colours right from Corsair's site, and they're made specifically for that psu. Good job on your build.

http://www.corsair.com/us/power-supply-units/psu-accessories-1.html
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Originally Posted by OkanG View Post

I'd like to refer you to one of my old posts, where I had the same problem with my BitFenix Spectre Pro 120mm's. This is a very common "mod", which almost everyone with fans mounted the same position does:
http://www.overclock.net/t/831636/official-corsair-graphite-club/7140_20#post_17952891
It literally takes 20 seconds to do, and doesn't in any way damage the mesh as long as you don't cut in the mesh itself. It's really sturdy, so you don't have to worry about the mesh bending or anything, when the supports in the middle are cut off smile.gif

He's using the H100 120mm fans, not the Spectre Pro 120mm fans.
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Originally Posted by Devious Dog View Post

Well cruelntention, I have to warranty my mobo, ram and cpu so its given me time to check my system. Its been 4mths since my last clean and my H100 is on top as exhaust and I use filters and have the system setup with positive air pressure so my front filters are used. I clean my filters every thursday night ready for the weekend. And this is the state of my H100 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
All I can sugest is you do as Mergatroid has suggested and use can air or a compressor to clean your radiatior, but I would NOW recommend this to anyone that's using radiators to check the fins on your radiators for the first couple of months when you first setup your system so you get to know how much dust your system is collecting, if it is too much then move it (ie. move it to your desk or lift it off the ground). Once you then know how much dust your system is collecting, schedule cleaning as needed. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Oh, almost forgot that I also have to warranty my new Bitspower Dual D5 Mod Top Extreme - POM Version as it came from FrozenCPU.com with damaged threads. Anyone that's interested in the Bitspower Dual D5 Mod top and Mod Top 150, https://www.dropbox.com/s/agdkxnq8w2h5dn8/Bitspower%20Upgrade%20Kit%20and%20Dual%20D5%20Mod%20Top.wmv if you are going to get this setup.. do not use the M3x8mm screws, get some M3x12mm and save yourself some pain as this is the size Bitspower should have shipped with the 150 Mod Top.
Now calling my system JINX, as I already got a faulty CPU 4 mths ago.

Wow, that's a lot in only 4 months. And I thought my house was dusty wink.gif

Were you using the floor for your system? I've been thinking about moving my system from inside my desk to on top of it, but my space in my desk is perfect for my PC and once again I can't make up my mind.
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Originally Posted by 3volu7ion View Post

This is my 1st ever attempt at building a PC. I use it mainly for gaming and music production. I plan to keep modding, and I'm open to any creative advice or ideas. My next task as you will see from my panel mock up in these pictures is to create a bigger window. Please share any tips or knowledge you might have before I go and destroy my side panel. There are currently no LEDs in my system and therefore there's no internal lighting. To be honest I love awesome builds with crazy lights to look at, but to sit next to one while gaming, or to have so many lights flashing in the background when streaming movies to my PS3 in the dark, well it's just not for me. I am planning to put some natural light cathodes in with an on/off switch at some point, after the window mod probably. Thanks very much for looking wink.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
- Gigabyte UD5H-Z77
- Intel 3770k Ivybridge Processor clocked @ 4.5Ghz with Intel Water Cooler
- 16GB Samsung Green RAM with Blue Heatsinks and Corsair AirFlow RAM Cooler (Overkill I Know)
- EVGA GTX 670 4GB
- Corsair AX850
- ESI Maya 44xte Audio Production Sound Card
- 256GB OCZ Vertex 4 SSD
- 1.5TB WD Caviar Black HDD
- Samsung Bluray Drive
- Bit Feinx Spectre Pro Fans (1x200mm front intake, 1x120mm PWM Push exhaust on rear rad, 2x120mm top exhaust)
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Full view of case prior to creating a stencil for my planned window mod. Never done this before, just seen pics of other attempts. Some look awesome, some not, I figured there's nothing to it, but to do it. Here we go.

I have carried my Black, White & Blue theme through to my desktop wallpaper.

I got 2 pre-braided Bit Fenix Alchemy USB Cables and the pre-braided NZXT Front Panel Connection Cables. I didn't want to try braiding myself yet, I don't have the tools or workspace for it.

Custom painted PCI brackets. Custom painted Corsair AirFlow RAM cooler fan Blades. Custom painted PSU fan grill.
Stenciled outline of side panel.
Removed window, edging and latches from side panel.
This is where I went wrong, I flipped the panel to stencil the window forgetting it's shifted slightly to one side.
Used scalpel to cut out the window.
As you see I had to flip the mock up over to get the window where it should be.
So I had to add new markers for the latches to this side of the cardboard.
I tried a few different ideas as I went, using different sized curves but in the end decided that long curves didn't reveal enough of the tech. So decided to go with this shape for the window. This window design give what I believe to be the best internal view, and keeps the drive bays hidden. I have decided to mount my SSD on the white area behind the front intake fan, and to put my HDD up in one of the drive bays so that I can remove the remaining HDD cage. Allowing for better airflow, until I put a model Storm Trooper or a cuddly penguin inside :)
Looking forward to your input smile.gif

Your system looks really nice, great job for first time. Hell, great job for any time. Personally, I'm all ready to make a new window on my system as well. I have everything I need but cannot make up my mind about what design to use. (I'm thinking about the "Forever Normandy" badge from Mass Effect). I would like to find something a little wider though. I was also thinking about the Enterprise symbol from the uniforms in the original series. I can only cut once, and I just can't decide what to do.

Did you know that the NZXT LED strips come with a two stage brightness control, and an on/off switch? The controls mount in a rear expansion slot cover. If you decide on one, make sure you get the 2 meter version and not the 1m.

http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX31679

That way you can shut them off, or turn them down, when you don't need them lit. I modded mine so the controls mount in the front, but now I have another 5 1/4" device to install, so I need to find another place to mount the controls.

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post #8022 of 18210
I know he's using the H100 fans, I'm just saying what I did with my fans. And what everyone else is doing too. Doesn't the fans from the H100 fit in the gap?
 
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post #8023 of 18210
hey guys,

i need some help here i am about done with my build and i never took down notes on this one item. Now i am trying to put it all back together and i want to make sure it was right. the part in question is the cable that goes from the case to the motherbaord for turning on, off, and reseting the computer along with the leds. On the end that plugs in to the case which color wires are on top here is a pic on mine and i wanted to know if it is right?


next is how do you know on the other end of this wire which one is the + and the - of the Reset SW, power SW, and HDD LED pins?

thanks for all your help
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Can I just asked one question, why did you take it off in the first place and to answer your second one, I have found it doesn't make a difference which way they get plugged in, although I might be wrong.

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I can take a photo of my replacement unit if that would help. Will post a lil later.

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I can take a photo of my replacement unit if that would help. Will post a lil later.
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that would help greatly thanks

and the reason is that i sleeeved all my cables including the ones from the case the only one i could not do was the USB 3.0 cable
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I know he's using the H100 fans, I'm just saying what I did with my fans. And what everyone else is doing too. Doesn't the fans from the H100 fit in the gap?

Yes, they do fit in the gap. But he's not having the same problem you had. He says that when he closes the top cover his fans get noisier.
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hey guys,
i need some help here i am about done with my build and i never took down notes on this one item. Now i am trying to put it all back together and i want to make sure it was right. the part in question is the cable that goes from the case to the motherbaord for turning on, off, and reseting the computer along with the leds. On the end that plugs in to the case which color wires are on top here is a pic on mine and i wanted to know if it is right?

next is how do you know on the other end of this wire which one is the + and the - of the Reset SW, power SW, and HDD LED pins?
thanks for all your help

I'm not sure what colour goes on top of the connector, but I can tell you that the switches don't have a polarity. You can plug the power and reset switches in either way. If you have a continuity tester or an ohm meter or VOM, you can test from the power switch to the connectors for the main board. If you get continuity, you have it plugged in correctly. If you don't, then reverse the plug.

As for the HDD LED, guess. If it's not right (HDD LED doesn't work) then reverse it. Same with the power light. However, I seem to remember all the grounds being the same colour (white?).
Edited by Mergatroid - 1/8/13 at 10:18pm
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Yes, they do fit in the gap. But he's not having the same problem you had. He says that when he closes the top cover his fans get noisier.

That's what i meant, the top closes fine, but it just gets this "wooshing" noise, at high RPM it's really loud with the cover and without you hear them just a bit.
Not really sure what's causing the problem :/
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Originally Posted by Mergatroid View Post

Yes, they do fit in the gap. But he's not having the same problem you had. He says that when he closes the top cover his fans get noisier.

That's what i meant, the top closes fine, but it just gets this "wooshing" noise, at high RPM it's really loud with the cover and without you hear them just a bit.
Not really sure what's causing the problem :/

The reason it makes a nice is because the fans are pushing air against the mesh. It's gonna happen regardless.
Honestly when i bench in just take the panel off so my fans can running full ball and it's not crazy loud.

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The reason it makes a nice is because the fans are pushing air against the mesh. It's gonna happen regardless.
Honestly when i bench in just take the panel off so my fans can running full ball and it's not crazy loud.
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Yeah i also thought about that, seems like i go topless when i'm at home biggrin.gif
But hasn't anyone figured out a workaround or something that you can keep the top on?
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