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A bit of overkill in a Fractal R4 running ESXi --

2 x LSI MegaRAID (9266 and 9265)
8 x Sandisk Extreme 240
6 x WD RE 4TB
2 x Samsung Spinpoint 2TB

30 TB Raw, 16TB usable, 1950MB/s read speed inside the VMs




Edited by NYMD - 12/8/14 at 8:35am
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post #11932 of 16068
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Originally Posted by NYMD View Post

A bit of overkill in a Fractal R4 running ESXi --

2 x LSI MegaRAID (9266 and 9265)
8 x Sandisk Extreme 240
6 x WD RE 4TB
2 x Samsung Spinpoint 2TB

30 TB Raw, 16TB usable, 1950MB/s read speed inside the VMs



nice cable management. How is the airflow in that one. Looks like there wouldn't be much. Also, that's a huge cooler. What's the rest of your specs?
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nice cable management. How is the airflow in that one. Looks like there wouldn't be much. Also, that's a huge cooler. What's the rest of your specs?

Thanks! Airflow is actually pretty good; I'm testing it out now. With the fans on 12v and ambient around 18C:

Samsungs: 28C
WDs: 38-40C
RAID ROCs: 68C

The CPU is multiplier locked w/ VT-d so it isn't overclocked; I can't find a way yet to check its temp through ESXi but I'm sure it is similarly fine. The cooler is a beQuiet Shadow Rock 2; and the rest---

Gigabyte Z87 UD5H
Intel 4771k
32GB Kingston 1600 MHz

Fans from beQuiet and the original Fractals in the front bay. The non-storage gear above was leftover my previous desktop build.
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post #11934 of 16068
Ah alright thanks for the info. That's a huge set of space.
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post #11935 of 16068
do you guys think the NZXT Kraken x41 would fit on a Core 3000(yes the old one)
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post #11936 of 16068
Hello. I have question about Arc mini R2.

I have Corsair Vengeance ram kit and i want to know how much there is space between top of case and ramslots..

I might do watercooling build to that case with alphacool XT45 360mm rad if it fits and monsta 240mm ofcourse rolleyes.gif

Thanks
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post #11937 of 16068
Hi guys.

I just purchased the R4 a few weeks ago and have been loving it since. I have a question I hope one of you nice people would answer.

I want to buy 3 140mm fans to replace the fans that come stock with the case. Which do you recommend that would provide good airflow, low noise and will fit in easily without hassle. I will be hooking them up to the built in fan controller.

If I was to rate my requirements in order of priority I would say:

1. Noise
2. Airflow
3. Price
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post #11938 of 16068
Not sure about that last one but I've heard good things about the thermalright ty 140 series.
Edited by Aluc13 - 12/11/14 at 6:07am
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post #11939 of 16068
Quote:
Originally Posted by mauley View Post

Hi guys.

I just purchased the R4 a few weeks ago and have been loving it since. I have a question I hope one of you nice people would answer.

I want to buy 3 140mm fans to replace the fans that come stock with the case. Which do you recommend that would provide good airflow, low noise and will fit in easily without hassle. I will be hooking them up to the built in fan controller.

If I was to rate my requirements in order of priority I would say:

1. Noise
2. Airflow
3. Price
You sure you don't want to consider PWM fans?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mauley View Post

Hi guys.

I just purchased the R4 a few weeks ago and have been loving it since. I have a question I hope one of you nice people would answer.

I want to buy 3 140mm fans to replace the fans that come stock with the case. Which do you recommend that would provide good airflow, low noise and will fit in easily without hassle. I will be hooking them up to the built in fan controller.

If I was to rate my requirements in order of priority I would say:

1. Noise
2. Airflow
3. Price
Quote:
Originally Posted by Aluc13 View Post

Not sure about that last one but I've heard good things about the thermalright ty 140 series.

They are cheap (under 10€] and very good noise/airflow ratio and are very quiet even at full speed. BUT they don't fit in the front as they are 150x140x25. What I would recommend are Akasa Black Apache: They are around 16€, always come PWM, have very good airflow/noise ratio and rave good static pressure which helps very much in front. Also, they are 140x140 and should go as easily as stock fans. Also, they are completely black, if it matters.

I ordered just two Akasas to push air trough my 280 rad which I mounted front. Also my brother upgraded Noctuas NH-D14 with them: They are more silent, have very competitive airflow and higher static pressure with about 60% price of Noctuas.
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