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so 2 140mm at the top and 200m in the front is the most common? I want a semi quiet build.. but not TOO HOT.

so how are these? 2 of these for top?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835608004

for the 200m what are people using? megaflow?
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added push pull nzxts on my rx240 and black ice gtx? 120mm =]

but the 120mm is now exterior =/

ordering more stuff now
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post #1153 of 4826
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Originally Posted by exzacklyright View Post
so 2 140mm at the top and 200m in the front is the most common? I want a semi quiet build.. but not TOO HOT.

so how are these? 2 of these for top?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835608004

for the 200m what are people using? megaflow?
I think the 140mm Noctuas would be better for the top. They are 10 bucks more expensive though...

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835608017
Edited by Tnt6200 - 11/1/11 at 10:09pm
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post #1154 of 4826
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Originally Posted by exzacklyright View Post
so 2 140mm at the top and 200m in the front is the most common? I want a semi quiet build.. but not TOO HOT.

so how are these? 2 of these for top?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835608004

for the 200m what are people using? megaflow?
Quite a few people here use CM 200mm fans.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Tnt6200 View Post
I think the 140mm Noctuas would be better for the top. They are 10 bucks more expensive though...

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835608017
If you're going with Noctua definitely get the above 140mm over the 120. IMO the TY-140 is the best 140 available and it's PWM. You can get a PWM splitter and have them sync with your CPU cooler fans.
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so 2 140mm at the top and 200m in the front is the most common? I want a semi quiet build.. but not TOO HOT.

so how are these? 2 of these for top?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835608004

for the 200m what are people using? megaflow?
I am using 2x120mm GentleTyphoon ap-14s up top for exhaust, and then the CM 200mm megaflow up front for intake. I just installed the CM 200mm up front today - and I must say it is a world of difference in noise from the stock 200mm.


I do have the first gen 650D - so I did get the fan controller fix kit. However, I actually uninstalled all of it and just replaced the front 200mm and got amazing results.

I have the ap-14s up top always at max RPM, but my 200mm front and 2xgt ap-15s on my H70 hooked into the fan controller. With the fan controller on low, the tower is almost silent. I just flick the controller to high when gaming.
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Oh i read someone complains on temps. I don't know after which case.
I have CM 690 II with many fans and now with Obsidian 650D with 2x120mm less my temps is lower 2-3C on everything except NB temp. CH4F now make 50-62C for NB because no fan on side panel on 650D like on CM 690. But never mind better look is without fan. And I do not care about my CH4F squealing mobo. If died go to RMA. I OC little only RAM, CPU, GPU, this is nothing for ROG and their marketing.
My choose for top panel is 2x140mm NoiseBlocker PK-2 I think.
But in my comp this is place for H100 in future for Ivy, now I have 2x140mm CM Blue LED,
nothing special like other from CM. Not loud, not silent, 5/10.
Edited by W.ASUS - 11/2/11 at 4:01am
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Just got the mesh side panel. Put the corsair 200mm cooler to it (gentle typhoons didnt arrive yet). Nearly 10c drop in load temps on GPU´s Was 65c max at 1.1v (925/2100). Shame that i cant fit my TY-140s to that mesh, have 4x in closet ;<
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Celoth, been keeping up with your build, very nice, still wish you made your front cleaner though, but functionality > aesthetics, how's temps?
Thanks, and yeah I honestly don't care about the aesthetics so much. It'll be placed down to the side where I am never looking at it while I am at the computer anyway. My current computer is the same way; function > looks.

I still don't have the core components (cpu, gpu, ram, ssd) so I don't know temps yet. It'll all be added to the work log when I do. I am a bit anxious about how restrictive the filters are, but I do have a backup plan I think.

It'll be at least a week before I get any of the core components, perhaps more.
Edited by Celoth - 11/2/11 at 6:49am
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Just got the mesh side panel. Put the corsair 200mm cooler to it (gentle typhoons didnt arrive yet). Nearly 10c drop in load temps on GPU´s Was 65c max at 1.1v (925/2100). Shame that i cant fit my TY-140s to that mesh, have 4x in closet ;<
I could give them a good home!
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post #1160 of 4826
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I just installed the CM 200mm up front today - and I must say it is a world of difference in noise from the stock 200mm.
How do you mean?
Which one is louder?
The comparison is on full rpm for both?
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