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post #13491 of 16063
After messing with speed control on the case fans for way, way, way to long, I eventually used the Fractal case provided three speed switch set to run on low to power three intake fans on the R5 (two front on the bottom and mid positions, one on the floor of the case in front of the PSU. I didn't check voltage but I'm guessing this is a simple 5v/7v/12v switch since it connects into a SATA connector.

On low the case fans are all but silent. my HDDs and my Cryorig fans at 770 RPM are louder.

someday maybe I might get a fan controller. I have the System controlling the Cryorig, and I added a fourth inlet on the side to blow onto the graphics card and add even more positive pressure. The fourth inlet is controlled by the system, and is set to idle at 350RPM unless the graphics card gets above 70C, then it spins up to add more cool air in from the side. By the time the graphics card hits 70C, I can start to hear the fans on it ever so slightly so a bump in the case fan is tolerable.

It isn't perfect but it was good enough and I needed to move onto other things.
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post #13492 of 16063
Gotcha - I didn't realize it, but my x61 comes with a 4 fan splitter. I am just going to plug all my fans into that and then run a separate PWM splitter for my radiator fans.
    
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post #13493 of 16063
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Originally Posted by CC268 View Post

Oh cool! I was just gonna do a splitter, but that looks better. So do you have to hook that up to the PSU some how or do you just hook it up to the PWM header on your motherboard and your good?

I have an MSI M7 - not sure what the specs are for amp/wattage of the header.
To use that particular splitter hub, you can either connect 9 fans and then use a sata power to make the fans run but like this they will all run at 100%, or you can connect 8 fans and then use a pwm cable that you can buy with it to hook up to a header on your motherboard to control the fans through the bios.
are you using a MSI Z170A-Gaming M7 ? I think the max would be the same for my motherboard which is 1 Amp and 12 watts for a header.
post #13494 of 16063
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/PLbjzy heres the part list im geting in about a month or so! what do you think!?
post #13495 of 16063
Any reason why you pick the i7 over the i5? For gaming performance difference is almost nil. Also, why such a small case? Just curious.
post #13496 of 16063
Not everyone only does gaming on their computer.
And having extra threads available helps with multitasking.

I'm gonna ask why not spring for a X99 build while you're at it? Especially if you don't need the integrated GPU and you also do something else on your computer besides gaming like streaming or encoding videos, video editing, running virtual machines and so on.
Price wise 5820K pretty much the same as an i7-6700K, you're already paying for DDR4 and X99 mATX boards aren't all that expensive, X99M Gaming 5 from Gigabyte if you want m.2 slots or the Asus X99M-WS if you want Intel LAN (dual).
Out of the box the 5820K is of course behind in single thread performance as the 6700K base/turbo clocks of 4.0/4.2Ghz compared to 3.3/3.6Ghz of the 5820K.
And the integrated heat spreader being soldered to the chip is another huge bonus of the high end platform on Intel when you're overclocking, no issues getting the heat out of the chip and no need to delid your CPU and destroy your warranty if you wanna improve the thermals on these main stream chips..
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post #13497 of 16063
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To use that particular splitter hub, you can either connect 9 fans and then use a sata power to make the fans run but like this they will all run at 100%, or you can connect 8 fans and then use a pwm cable that you can buy with it to hook up to a header on your motherboard to control the fans through the bios.
are you using a MSI Z170A-Gaming M7 ? I think the max would be the same for my motherboard which is 1 Amp and 12 watts for a header.

Yes I have the M7 - I think I will play it safe and run two fans per header. The Fractal HF-14s I bought are 0.3A a piece.

So I mean what is the point of an 8 fan hub if you can really only run 1-4ish fans on a single header anyways?
    
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post #13498 of 16063
Quote:
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Yes I have the M7 - I think I will play it safe and run two fans per header. The Fractal HF-14s I bought are 0.3A a piece.

So I mean what is the point of an 8 fan hub if you can really only run 1-4ish fans on a single header anyways?
Some fans have lower ratings and some headers can power more fans. I can run 10 Noctua IndustrialPPC fans off of one header on my motherboard
post #13499 of 16063
Wow...impressive..I wish I knew if I could run 4 fans off one header. I would like to run at least 3, but some people seem to be leery about it.
    
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post #13500 of 16063
CC268, I've been experimenting with my MSI GTX980Ti to get it more silent, since I found the stock fan way too loud once temps reach over 70°C. Is this also the case with you? Also thinking about upgrading my system to almost the same specs as yours. But damn that MSI is loud for me (got an Accelero IV on it now, but that's so big it's really getting in the way for other stuff or SLI).
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