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post #9091 of 18196
Thats a really good idea actually! Looks sick too, love the black and blue

Since nothing was there before my card was running very hot even around 110f idle and 170f on load. Right now it has been hovering around the low 100s and 160s on load. Not sure why it kept running so high but at least its a little bit better now.
post #9092 of 18196
At least the mod cools your GPU a bit more thumb.gif

My top GPU never goes above 70c now with the side panel mod and the bottom one doesn't even reach 60c.

I'd like the top one to stay around 68c or less but i'll probably need a better fan for that. I found the SP120 quiet edition to be fairly useless as a graphics card cooler but that is just my experience.

Thanks for your kind words, i love blue and black together thumb.gif
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No problem. Those are pretty great temps considering, i might swap it out with one of the stock corsair fans and slap the sp120 on the radiator to see if that makes a difference, its like a never ending temperature game.
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Yes, Spectre Pros are decent case fans. Only thing I'd say is don't use these on your H80, they don't do so well on the radiators.

Oh yeah, this is true. Definitely not for radiators.
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If you want a quieter 200mm white fan you could try the 'normal' Spectre LED (not the pro); they are listed as 20mm thick which is the same as the stock fan, and should fit in that slot at the top of the motherboard.

That's true but I don't think those are supposed to be very good? There might be no real improvement with those even compared to the stock fan. Don't really know though.
post #9095 of 18196
The spectre pro I had made a horrible noise and a quick search revealed its a common issue! I wouldn't recommend the spectre pro fans to anyone, but the cooler master megaflow is a great 200mm fan!
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Even though the H100i is enough cooling for me I like the idea of the 360 rad. Personally I'd leave the H100 as-is and move to the Swiftech 320 when it comes out (supposed to be fairly soon). The grillle on top of my case is just begging to be filled properly with 3 fans... seems a shame they left that big space at the front. Remenber yours (and other's) all filled up and it just looked Right.

Is that the H20-320 kit or is it a new closed loop cooler? The rad on the H20-320 looks HUGE. Very thick. Would it fit inside the 600T? Plus is has a couple of pieces on the ends (a pump on one end and I think it looks like a filler assembly on the other end). It does look very interesting. I'm wondering what I could add to the coolant to prevent algae and bacteria from forming inside. I really like the maintenance free closed loop coolers, so I'm wondering how I could make that kit maintenance free?

If that's not what you're referring to, could you provide a link with some information on it? I would definitely be interested in a closed loop 360mm water cooler (you got me all excited now).
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hand painted my corsair hdd lock and turned out pretty good. can anyone please help me making a stecil for my psu cover design, i have my design but i dunno the process.

Great job.
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I would have to respectfully disagree with you on this one. First of all, offsetting the rad to fit a push/pull config is very easy and does not require much time at all. It is hardly even a mod. And second, have you considered the noise? Even if there would be no difference in running pull or push/pull with fans @100%, it sure would be a different story if the fans were running @20-40%. One could always discuss the difference in performence as a result of the use of different types of fans and such,
but as a bottom line I think it is safe to say that push/pull out performes just push or pull at low fan speeds. And lower fan speeds equals lower noise levels, wich is a important factor for many builders such as myself smile.gif

EDIT: I also previously mentioned that, in my case, having the fans offset a bit compared to having them in a perfect (ordinary) push/pull config offered no performence loss.

Since that is untested, I really couldn't agree or disagree. However, four fans is definitely louder than 2. Also, when I had 4 fans in push/pull on my H100 with the Core 2 Quad, I did not notice the fans running any slower to maintain a temperature (I always use PWM fans and allow the system to control them based on temperature).

What I can say for sure is that my system with just two fans set up on the H100 right now (2500K o/c to 4.3GHz) is quieter than it was with four fans (C2Q o/c to 3.3GHz).
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Is that the H20-320 kit or is it a new closed loop cooler? The rad on the H20-320 looks HUGE. Very thick. Would it fit inside the 600T? Plus is has a couple of pieces on the ends (a pump on one end and I think it looks like a filler assembly on the other end). It does look very interesting. I'm wondering what I could add to the coolant to prevent algae and bacteria from forming inside. I really like the maintenance free closed loop coolers, so I'm wondering how I could make that kit maintenance free?

If that's not what you're referring to, could you provide a link with some information on it? I would definitely be interested in a closed loop 360mm water cooler (you got me all excited now).

Nope, not talking 'bout the H20-320. Don't know all the details yet, but Swiftech is going to be releasing a longer version of the H220. Read about it in the H220 Owner's Club thread. Their production is moving to a new building right now; after they get refired-up they are planning to release a few different models starting with the H320: a 3x120 version of the H220. It should be a thin rad so should go into your premodded case no problem. And - it's expandable biggrin.gif
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Wow, turned out very nice, you must have a steady hand! smile.gif

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Great job.

jeez thanks. i was into making gundam models so that was an easy job. the gundam panel lines were far worse. biggrin.gif
i got myself a psu cover design and i like it so much that i wanna do it now.
design printed out and bought lunch. ground beef donuts and salmon cheeze mayo maki. smile.gif
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I got a quote for the side panel... Shipping to Korea was as much as the panel. Then I would be hit with import taxes. So all in all it would probably cost me $300. No side panel for me unless can find one locally. I don't know where you live but would interested hearing your quote.

Yep got a reply, no panel for me frown.gif

$125.00 + $105.89 (estimated 7 - 20 business days, with tracking up until carton reaches your country shore)
Total of $230.89 via Paypal

And indeed my country loves import taxes!
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Yep got a reply, no panel for me frown.gif

$125.00 + $105.89 (estimated 7 - 20 business days, with tracking up until carton reaches your country shore)
Total of $230.89 via Paypal

And indeed my country loves import taxes!
same price here but 4-7 weeks. i don't know if i'm alive by the time it comes.
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