Originally Posted by Goggle Eye;12493044
Really like the MM Case and your build.
What fan controlers are you using? They appear to be Lian LI, I do not mean to beat you up, LO, I have seen your systems on the net. You spend a lot of time in your builds with vary good results.
Lamptron has fan controlers that are 6 chanel, displays the temps and rpms?
Does sound dampening material inside a computer case have a tendency to hold heat?
I am wondering what brand of radiaters are you using and why you are cooling your radiaters in a push pull configuration?
I always like it when people take the time to post pictures of there builds on the net. Gives us a lot of ideas on doing system builds.
Keep up the good work and I hope you post more pictures in the future.
By The way congratulations on the new Baby.
I have so many fan controllers because I have them setup for automatic fan control to ramp up fan speeds with temperature load on the water temp. I can only run 2 fans per controller at the mo' and even then the fans dont reach max rpm, only get 1800 out of the 2000rpm max, which is why I want to replace the setup with a Koolance software controller with daughter board the, TMS-200 that can handle 2amps per channel. The fans normally run at 650rpm with system at idle to keep things quiet and they ramp up to about 1000rpm for a medium load and near max rpm for something like metro 2033 or benching.
I couldnt stand the fans at full speed all the time.. a key reason I got into water cooling was to have a quiet system under load, after putting up with screaming SLI and Crossfire fans for years it's bliss to be on water now!
My fans very rarely go above 1000RPM which is pretty quiet compared to 5000RPM on 3 video cards!
Push Pull fans with the Rad boxes are setup to be more efficient with more even air pressure over the whole radiator surface at a lower RPM, there's a deadair spot in the centre of the fans!
Oh and the loop goes like this for now...
Res>D5-1>Rad1>GPUs>UD9>RAM>D5-2>Rad2>Rad3>CPU>ResEdited by Phatboy69 - 2/23/11 at 4:54am