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post #2551 of 11374
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Originally Posted by Kaneda13 View Post

I've always been partial to the Scythe Slipstreams, these are the ones i use in my case for intake case fans.

I use the 1900 rpm version as my front intakes as well. Best fans for a fan controller imo. They are quiet at low rpm and move massive amounts of air at high.
 
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post #2552 of 11374
very sexy case, I'm also looking forward to the new FD fans. I'm tired of painting my YLoons to fit midi color smile.gif
post #2553 of 11374
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Originally Posted by darksen View Post

I'm also looking forward to the new FD fans. I'm tired of painting my YLoons to fit midi color smile.gif

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PNY Prevail Elite 120GB Hitachi 7K1000.C 1TB LG GH24LS50 Noctua NH-C12P SE14 
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post #2554 of 11374
Got a little bored and decided to open up my case and remove the 2nd hard drive bays, since I don't need them and looks a lot cleaner smile.gif
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Green LED strips light up the case from inside, along with some tidy cable management!!
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Also took the drive bay blank and glued it to the drive tray, works great.. opens and closes without a problem biggrin.gif
Forgot to take a pic with the drive open, but trust me theres a dvd drive in the top bay thumb.gif
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post #2555 of 11374
quick question, can't find the answer on the interwebz, so hoping someone here knows smile.gif

Will the thermalright silver arrow CPU cooler fit in a fractal design arc mini?

And will it fit in a fractal design arc midi?
post #2556 of 11374
The mini is 210mm wide and the midi is 230mm wide..

The silver arrow is only 163mm tall.. So I guess it would fit in both cases with enough room smile.gif
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post #2557 of 11374
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Originally Posted by DavidTiger View Post

The mini is 210mm wide and the midi is 230mm wide..
The silver arrow is only 163mm tall.. So I guess it would fit in both cases with enough room smile.gif

Yea, but currently i have a NZXT hades (hate this case..) and in it, it won't fit. But, i just discovered the hades is only 20 cm wide, and i thought it was 21 too...

Still, i would like to know if anyone has any experience with the silver arrow in it, or perhaps the noctua NH-D14 since they're about the same height.
post #2558 of 11374
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Originally Posted by adridu59 View Post

Personally I'm going for Fractal Design SSR2. still waiting for reviews through. biggrin.gif

Ooh, nice - glad to see they've moved away from sleeve bearings, and got some case fans with more oomph to 'em smile.gif
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post #2559 of 11374
Hi guys,

After a long 6 months of research and loads of reading I thought I'd pay homage to the club and post my first ever water cooling build.

First things first, I did use a lot of ideas from this forum and I would like to thank everyone on the forum for your help - if I nicked your idea it was because I thought it was fantastic! I would also like to take this opportunity to give special thanks to Scorpion49 who gave me a lot of advice for my build biggrin.gif

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For those who are interested, parts are as follows:
1) Fractal Design Arc Mini (Most important unit!)
2) Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z/GEN3
3) Intel i5 2500k
4) 16GB Crucial Ballistix Elite PC3-12800 8-8-8-24
5) Gigabyte GTX 560 Ti 448 (ruined my black, red, white settings mad.gif)
6) Corsair AX850
7) 256GB Vertex 4, 120GB Intel 320 (from old PC) and a 120GB OCZ Apex (from a veeeery old laptop)
8) NZXT Mix
9) Lian Li BZ-525B (originally a Sharkoon SATA QuickPort 6 but was way too noisy)
10) 8 Zalman ZM-ZF3 120mm fans
11) Zalman ZM-RC1000
12) 2 Koolance HX-CU720V
13) 1 Koolance HX-CU420V
14) Koolance PMP-450
15) XSPC Acrylic Reservoir for D5
16) Phobya Noise Destroyer
17) Koolance CPU-370
18) Koolance GPU-220 with Koolance Video RAM Heat Sinks
19) A lot of compression fittings from Koolance
20) Primochill White PrimoFlex - all 10mm (3/8") ID and 13mm (1/2") OD
21) White BitFenix SATA cables which are too short (bought the wrong length mad.gif)
22) White paint tongue.gif

On picture 6 & 7 shows my current overclocks (Prim95 stable for 24 hours - ran twice) 4.5Ghz @ 1.280VCORE & GPU currently at 850Mhz, 4000Mhz Memory, 1700Mhz Shader

CPU temps while running Prime95 is 55 degrees at max while GPU running FurMark hits 51 Degrees.

Would definitely appreciate your feedback and where I can further improve this (besides changing my GPU!). I would also be extremely happy if I could be signed up to the Fractal Design club thumb.gif
Edited by cheewah0 - 5/22/12 at 2:03pm
post #2560 of 11374
Very nice, have you done any modding except for painting the grills?
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