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But I want more mike MORE!
    
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post #14932 of 22189
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Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

My post said 1 fan space per component, PLUS 1 fan space extra...

Just to be clear... thumb.gif
Mean that if would be 4 fan spaces for 3 components, while my recommendation puts it at 7 fan spaces, as those 3 components has about 650 watt worth of heat.
Thats quite a difference in fan space.
post #14933 of 22189
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I guess it's time Uncle 'Nine goes on his semi-annual sponsorship rant.

As someone who's both worked in the industry AND had been sponsored, I will tell you this: do NOT go for sponsorship on your first build. I don't care if you have the next best thing since Murderbox, don't even try. You will come off as a moocher no matter how good your build is. No reputable hardware company will shove hundreds of dollars of gear to you.

You have to prove your worth by building great rigs with your own money first before ever trying for a sponsorship.

Sponsorship is a two way road and its never "for you." You have to have great time, dedication, passion, and a portfolio to even be considered, and even then, it's not guaranteed. You have to provide an advertising avenue for the company(ies) that are sponsoring you, make it worth the cost to them.

If you look at guys like Bill Owen, Charles Harwood, Richard Surroz, Brad Stuart, Rod and Bob of BS Mods, Daniel Harper, and other modders... There's a reason WHY they get sponsors. They've spent thousands, even tens of thousands on their builds over the years. They're reputable, they show improved results over time, and they're ALWAYS looking to do very versatile things.

So until your willing to spend the money, time, and effort, don't bank on getting sponsored. Nobody "deserves" a sponsorship. I oils probably outdrive many race car drivers, but I've never done it myself and would never ask a company to give me a car without showing I'm capable.

Just a friendly 2 cents.

Damn, and I was going to ask... Joking a side I understand this, as a student graphic designer I keep asking people if I can work with them but with a little portfolio not showing much work I get shrugged off. I understand why even if it does chip away at my soul ever so slightly. biggrin.gif
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Is there any possibilty of case colors returning before the end of this year?
post #14935 of 22189
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Is there any possibilty of case colors returning before the end of this year?

We're hoping for a fall time frame. Production overhaul must be completed before they return.
post #14936 of 22189
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Originally Posted by Chiobe View Post

Mean that if would be 4 fan spaces for 3 components, while my recommendation puts it at 7 fan spaces, as those 3 components has about 650 watt worth of heat.
Thats quite a difference in fan space.


I think he basically means 2 fan spaces per component
post #14937 of 22189
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Quote:
Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

My post said 1 fan space per component, PLUS 1 fan space extra...

Just to be clear... thumb.gif
Mean that if would be 4 fan spaces for 3 components, while my recommendation puts it at 7 fan spaces, as those 3 components has about 650 watt worth of heat.
Thats quite a difference in fan space.

Yes, that was the way I first learned when I started here... biggrin.gif

Second, I don't claim to be an engineer, Just a simple man... Sorry for not understanding all the thermodynamics of this stuff...

I have a lot to learn, as I have stated earlier in this string. Just trying to help, no harm intended...
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We're hoping for a fall time frame. Production overhaul must be completed before they return.


Actually - that would be a good time frame for me to order another one. Hopefully ☺
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Yes, that was the way I first learned when I started here... biggrin.gif

Second, I don't claim to be an engineer, Just a simple man... Sorry for not understanding all the thermodynamics of this stuff...

I have a lot to learn, as I have stated earlier in this string. Just trying to help, no harm intended...

Mike what you say us a good rule of thumb but he is also correct insaying 100 watts per 120 space, watts us a measurement of energy and heat! Actually with low speed fans it should be less than that!!
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Yes, that was the way I first learned when I started here... biggrin.gif

Second, I don't claim to be an engineer, Just a simple man... Sorry for not understanding all the thermodynamics of this stuff...

I have a lot to learn, as I have stated earlier in this string. Just trying to help, no harm intended...

Mike what you say us a good rule of thumb but he is also correct in saying 100 watts per 120 space, watts us a measurement of energy and heat! Actually with low speed fans it should be less than that!!

I willing to learn about watts of heat...

Can you direct me to a beginners guide of some sort so I can figure my own system using watts?

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