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Thanks guys smile.gif Glad to hear its not an issue with my cards, must just be overclocking is weird with SLI / Crossfire. I just played half hour of Crysis 3 and hottest the top card got was 68c which isn't bad atall. I'm turning into a bit of a temperature whore recently, don't know why i refuse to let my GPU's go above 70c as they start to throttle slightly

I have read a few other posts about people getting worse performance from their SSD's in RAID because you can't use both RAID and the AHCI Mode. I read a post last week where a chap was complaining of about 25% loss of performance compared to what they were advertised at, he disabled RAID, reformatted using AHCI and performance increased again.

How will you be able to fit everything onto SSD's? I've filled my 1TB HDD and 64GB SSD pretty much and i don't have masses of data
ohh gawd!! it's a gamble then. everything would fit i only have a few programs used daily and movies are stored on our external hdd for every media in the house. well games are a bit high on storage but i uninstall games after i get bored or finished playing them. smile.gif so it's all about watching anime, playing like 2 games, photoshop, facebook , and my social ocn life with you guys. oooppsssa don't forget redtube. hahahahahaha
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Word of caution on the NZXT fans - some of their '200mm' models are actually 188mm IIRC. Just large enough to cause problems since they won't fit the mounting holes nor small enough to screw through the mesh.

Went to link to confirm specs and saw this:

From NZXT website:
Q: Can the NZXT FN 200RB be used in any case that have a 200mm fan slot?
A: No; The NZXT 200mm fans are smaller in diameter, resulting in misalignment between the case, outside of the NZXT brand, mount and the fan. We can only guarantee that the FN 200RB will fit into NZXT cases that have a 200mm fan slot.

Actually, with the NZXT 200mm fans (which I'm using) you can screw two top mounting holes into the mesh. You just have to use cable ties or drill holes for the bottom holes. A bigger problem is that the NZXT fans are 30mm thick, so you either have to move the hdd cages back, remove them, or cut the front "curl" or lip off (that's what I did to mount a 200mm 166 CFM fan, and it works great). In my case, since I still have the bottom hdd cage mounted in the front with the curl cut off, it holds the bottom of the fan against the mesh so I don't need cable ties or holes drilled.




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Thanks buddy, nice simple little mod i might experiment with that idea Cheers ... ! Nice build too, by the way thumb.gif I have the Mesh side panel coming as well as the normal window. I have a few ideas in my mind with regard to side panel air flow but not really sure what the best method is yet. I want to keep a positive air pressure really ..... Mmmmm i need to think about that, any ideas would be gladly taken .. is the stock side window suitable for cutting ? I was thinking may be a perspex and mesh combo

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Seeing that your gpu's exhaust into the case, wouldn't it be better if that side fan was an exhaust instead of an intake?

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@Darylrese

Sucks that the Piranha didn't help. Your situation seems really peculiar.

Thanks
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seems pretty normal for me. i get 70*C or more whenever i benchmark my gpu on any fan profile. i have my hd 7950 on 1000/1575 on automatic fan profile both synced and nothing changes even i underclock them. i'll try adding some fans near them and check if i'd see a little drop on the temperature.

anyone experienced in ssd raid0 please give me some advice? i'm so interested in raid0'ing my ssd and removing my hdd but i've read that there are ohers that won't het better performance and others that gets worse.

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Thanks guys smile.gif Glad to hear its not an issue with my cards, must just be overclocking is weird with SLI / Crossfire. I just played half hour of Crysis 3 and hottest the top card got was 68c which isn't bad atall. I'm turning into a bit of a temperature whore recently, don't know why i refuse to let my GPU's go above 70c as they start to throttle slightly

I have read a few other posts about people getting worse performance from their SSD's in RAID because you can't use both RAID and the AHCI Mode. I read a post last week where a chap was complaining of about 25% loss of performance compared to what they were advertised at, he disabled RAID, reformatted using AHCI and performance increased again.

How will you be able to fit everything onto SSD's? I've filled my 1TB HDD and 64GB SSD pretty much and i don't have masses of data

I was using RAID 0 on two SATA II ssds up until about three months ago. The performance of my drives under benchmarks almost doubled. My boot time went from 22 seconds on a fresh windows 7 install to 14 seconds. I also noticed an improvement in games loading.

However, I decided to stop using RAID 0 when I purchased an SATA III SSD, which gets the same performance without RAID. Once you're getting to about 4 or 500MB/s, there's just no point to RAID 0 any more. Also, Trim will not work on RAID 0 unless you have a particular newer chipset (last I heard about a month ago) using the Intel RST drivers. If you like to image your boot drive like I do, you're pretty buggered if you want to change from RAID back to AHCI. I managed to get it to work, but it wasn't 100% so I ended up doing a complete reinstall to get rid of the RAID drivers.

One more thing to note is that many systems only use software RAID while some main boards have hardware RAID. Since I had hardware RAID, I was able to set up the RAID using the on-board controller in BIOS before installing Windows. From what I understand (and I could be wrong), you get much better performance using the hardware RAID than using the software RAID during Windows installation. However, I have to say, if that fellow got a 25% decrease in performance, I think there was something wrong. Maybe a bad driver, or bad firmware in the SSDs or something because he shouldn't get a decrease in performance using RAID 0.
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I just ordered 2 of those new Akasa Piranha fans for my Heatsink in one of my Rigs to check them out. i also use the Yellow Akasa Viper fans as case fans and i love there performance. Apart from the Colour/Design of the Akasa Viper/Piranha, which some will like some wont, these fans are awesome performers, i really do not know why these are not raved about much more. If you cross reference the standard Stats. on these fans they are right up there. Beating most fans for fun.

Yeah I have been ranting and raving about the Akasa Viper and Apache fans for a while now. I have 3 120mm vipers, 1 120/140mm viper, 4 120 apaches, and 2 piranha fans(3x120 on 360, 2x120 on 200, 1x120/140 on 120, and 2x120 blowing air around the case ). All of them run great, except for 2 apaches one of which I broke mishandling it and the other I bought defective for like 3 bucks. I love the look of the viper series of fans, but the colors dont match anything. So I ended up painting the fan blades flat black and now they are perfect!! PWM FTW

I have read seen them in a couple comparisons, and they dont seem to be as beast as I feel they are. The only fan that I would replace them with, if they ever produce it, is a 2150 RPM Gentle Typhoon with PWM. Which I have 6 of the non-pwm versions on my side panel as intake.

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Thanks guys smile.gif Glad to hear its not an issue with my cards, must just be overclocking is weird with SLI / Crossfire. I just played half hour of Crysis 3 and hottest the top card got was 68c which isn't bad atall. I'm turning into a bit of a temperature whore recently, don't know why i refuse to let my GPU's go above 70c as they start to throttle slightly

I have read a few other posts about people getting worse performance from their SSD's in RAID because you can't use both RAID and the AHCI Mode. I read a post last week where a chap was complaining of about 25% loss of performance compared to what they were advertised at, he disabled RAID, reformatted using AHCI and performance increased again.

How will you be able to fit everything onto SSD's? I've filled my 1TB HDD and 64GB SSD pretty much and i don't have masses of data

It would be best to do the tests without a custom fan profile. Like to just set the GPUs' fans to a constant 50%. Otherwise the it could throw off the results. But from what I hear the GTs have great static pressure. Shame I require PWM fans on my radiators. Also, my new 7970 with a Heatkiller waterblock has been folding for 2 days straight at 1Ghz, and hasnt went past 45C and sits at 40C. With a single 240 radiator and some spare fans in my backup rig. Will be moving to main rig once the CC is over. But have to be ready for the BOINC pentathlon coming up.



I also am close to filling up my drives. I have have 2x1Tb blacks that are 75% plus and 2x120Gb SSDs, 1 devoted to games 60% the other OS 90%. Need to look into building a server so I can get rid of these noisy WD black drives
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Just bought these and gonna put em in my 600t, 200mm replacing the front and the two 120mm on the top in preparation for a H100i thats arriving next week! smile.gif
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Just bought these and gonna put em in my 600t, 200mm replacing the front and the two 120mm on the top in preparation for a H100i thats arriving next week! smile.gif

Are you going to use the spectre pros 120mm for your H100i?
Because i think they have less static pressure than most other radiator fans.
But can't really tell if they're better than the standard fans you get with the H100i.
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Are you going to use the spectre pros 120mm for your H100i?
Because i think they have less static pressure than most other radiator fans.
But can't really tell if they're better than the standard fans you get with the H100i.

I currently have GT AP15s on my Antec 620 which I plan to use on the H100i as push intake. Im hopping to be able to fit the Bitfenix Spectre Pros as Pull Intake for the H100i if I can fit it without interfering with my ram and Vram heatsinks, if not I'll use them as exhaust fan and have the other positioned in front of my GPU mounted on the HDD cage. Also if all works out well, I plan to use the SP120s provided with the H100i as the exhaust and HDD fans. I'll post more pics soon smile.gif
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I currently have GT AP15s on my Antec 620 which I plan to use on the H100i as push intake. Im hopping to be able to fit the Bitfenix Spectre Pros as Pull Intake for the H100i if I can fit it without interfering with my ram and Vram heatsinks, if not I'll use them as exhaust fan and have the other positioned in front of my GPU mounted on the HDD cage. Also if all works out well, I plan to use the SP120s provided with the H100i as the exhaust and HDD fans. I'll post more pics soon smile.gif

Sounds like a lot of fans. tongue.gif
I think you'll get pretty good results with the AP15's on the H100i.
Like to see how it works out biggrin.gif
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I hope you don't have the annoying scraping / scratching sound on those Spectre Pro's like i did! My 200mm Spectre Pro was awful, lasted 5 seconds in my rig haha

The GT-15 does have great static pressure, i can't find what that value is anywhere offcially but i thought it was roumoured to be around 2.0mm-H2O and 58.6CFM. The Piranha i tried at any speed wasn't as good yet its rated at 3.01mm-H2O and 79.1CFM

It's very odd indeed. My cards only like the AP-15 cooling them. I've tried an SP120 Quiet Edition, Arctic F High Performance, AF120 Quiet Edition and all increased temps by atleast 5c. I really can't work out how an AP-15 at 1400RPM still cools them better. At this speed there doesn't feel like a great deal of air coming out which again is baffling.
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Sounds like a lot of fans. tongue.gif
I think you'll get pretty good results with the AP15's on the H100i.
Like to see how it works out biggrin.gif

Yeah haha! Is there really much difference between Push or Pull as compared to a Push Pull setup on the H100i? Because if theres really no difference I might just leave it as push intake and keep the remaining fans as spare...as much as I would like to do push pull, im just worried about the atx 8pin cable, ram and vram heatsinks coming in the way of being able to fit the fans there.
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Yeah haha! Is there really much difference between Push or Pull as compared to a Push Pull setup on the H100i? Because if theres really no difference I might just leave it as push intake and keep the remaining fans as spare...as much as I would like to do push pull, im just worried about the atx 8pin cable, ram and vram heatsinks coming in the way of being able to fit the fans there.

I think you may be able to see a 2-3 degree difference with push pull contra push or pull only. The radiator the H100 uses is just not thick enough to benefit from the added airflow. To be honest, it's not really worth trying to offset the rad and so on just in order to fit the extra fans for so little performance increase. However, if you like the look of more fans in the case then go right ahead! thumb.gif
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