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post #8081 of 13773
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The Case Labs M8 or M10 are really not as large as the others cases. It's shorter than my HAF 932, but of course wider, but it makes running a water loop system so much easier. I just pulled my Asus RIIIE mobo and I'm installing my Gigabyte UD7 mobo now. The mobo tray makes working on the system so simple.
I love how wide they are and how much easier a water-cooling setup can be with one of these cases.
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I'm definitely getting a fan controller soon. Not to control the speed of the fans, but because all my fans are the 3 pin header types and i hate using the molex adaptors. It looks so messy.
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I'm definitely getting a fan controller soon. Not to control the speed of the fans, but because all my fans are the 3 pin header types and i hate using the molex adaptors. It looks so messy.
Two words... Sunbeam Rheosmart.
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Two words... Sunbeam Rheosmart.
Actually, I took a look at the sunbeam rheosmart and ended up opting for the Scythe Kaze Master Pro. It was about 10 bucks cheaper and I prefer having an LCD screen to see internal tems and fan speeds. Eyeballing is great, but PWM outputs on a slick looking LCD is even better =P
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I agree in case labs being BIG. At this point it's what I really want. . I love the 800D also, and it was my dream case for quite some time.

4.5Ghz is great, not to mention the volts you have it at.

My idle temps are usually 10C above ambient. In the coming months I will be working on bringing that down some with better fans (GT-2150) in push/pull and possibly adding more RADs. I will probably also upgrade my GPUs to either GTX 580 sli, or GTX 590 quad sli for Xmas (depending on what Kepler brings to the table). Right now those upgrades ate just dreams, but maybe . . .
My idle temps have been around 10C over ambient as well, hopefully when I reapply my new MX-4 TIM over the XSPC crap today ill see that drop a little bit. My temps at 4.5 are a little more depressing now that I've had to raise the Vcore to 1.3V to get it stable, granted, .02V shouldnt make that much of a difference, but I'm getting load tems of 68-70C right now at 4.5Ghz, which isnt where i want it. Also, spreading the TIM around is bad, right? just an X and a + and press the heatsink down?
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the pump in this kit is a POS. It's louder than my GTX 580 in metro...
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Actually, I took a look at the sunbeam rheosmart and ended up opting for the Scythe Kaze Master Pro. It was about 10 bucks cheaper and I prefer having an LCD screen to see internal tems and fan speeds. Eyeballing is great, but PWM outputs on a slick looking LCD is even better =P
I really like the look of that one actually. I have too many fans, is there a way to daisy chain them all so i can run them all from 1 controller?
post #8088 of 13773
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the pump in this kit is a POS. It's louder than my GTX 580 in metro...
You probably have a bad pump. Take a video, contact XSPC and they'll replace it for you. Mine is damn near silent.

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I really like the look of that one actually. I have too many fans, is there a way to daisy chain them all so i can run them all from 1 controller?
You can use a fan splitter to connect multiple fans to a single header, but you need to be careful of how much you connect per channel. From this scythe-usa page it appears that you can only put 12W per channel, which isn't much to be honest. What fans do you have?
The AP-15s require 4.32w on start-up, so you could only connect two to a single header.
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post #8089 of 13773
With the Sunbeam Rheosmart, you can daisy-chain a few fans per fan connector, since it handles 30watts per channel.
     
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post #8090 of 13773
I think i'd only need 2 on a single header. I have 10 on the radiators. and the case fans are connected to the motherboard.

Yeah i have the 1850s.
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