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Those fans are good for the HW SR1, but not enough for the GTX360. Those fans are only rated at 1500 rpm max.

Though, I still think something is not installed right or you're not getting enough flow in the system.
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Do you have rad with exhaust fans and another with fans pushing air inside the case or are all of them exhaust?
They are both intakes which are prolly a bad idea as the TJ07 doesnt have squat for exhaust. I'm wondering if i should flip the fans on the top rad and make that one an exhaust.

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are you that bothered by noise? if so then its probably a good idea.
I mean not really tbh, as i can just jack them down when im not doing anything i suppose.
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Those fans are good for the HW SR1, but not enough for the GTX360. Those fans are only rated at 1500 rpm max.

Though, I still think something is not installed right or you're not getting enough flow in the system.
Okay but with a fan controller you can punch past the 1500rpm mark correct? And yea i know something just doesnt seem right seems so my temps just keep climbing each day it seems. I know the cpu is making contact which really is the only thing i care about at this point. Only other things are the pumps and the rads. Almost positive its not the pumps. My flow seems really good. Fortunately the new res im getting has flow meters in it.
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They are both intakes which are prolly a bad idea as the TJ07 doesnt have squat for exhaust. I'm wondering if i should flip the fans on the top rad and make that one an exhaust.
Don't do that! Because basically, what you'll do is take fresh air , heat it up from the rad, make it circulate in the case (and other components will heat it up) and then you're taking it and pushing it through a rad. It won't cool as good as if they are all intakes...
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have it so air enters from bottom and gose out the top. Heat rises so let it do its thing. But still way to high of temps just for backwards fans, I would not get a fan controller gt1850 are nice and quite, i had 360 thin rad and i7 @ 4.2 ghz and 2X480gtx @ 850 cores and it was fine. i dont like temps over 70 on cpu. on gpus the temps where 56 top card and 61 bottom card.
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All a fan controller can do is undervolt a fan. Which means you can make a 1850 rpm fan run at 1000 rpm, but you can't go above the max fan rating.
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have it so air enters from bottom and gose out the top. Heat rises so let it do its thing. But still way to high of temps just for backwards fans, I would not get a fan controller gt1850 are nice and quite, i had 360 thin rad and i7 @ 4.2 ghz and 2X480gtx @ 850 cores and it was fine. i dont like temps over 70 on cpu. on gpus the temps where 56 top card and 61 bottom card.
I just saw a post saying that the guy had the top fans as exhaust, then turned it around and got 5 defrees better then before (of course he's on air). Most people think that it's better to do top as exhaust because heat rises, but most of them haven't tested...
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Don't do that! Because basically, what you'll do is take fresh air , heat it up from the rad, make it circulate in the case (and other components will heat it up) and then you're taking it and pushing it through a rad. It won't cool as good as if they are all intakes...
haha aight guess that wont be happening.

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All a fan controller can do is undervolt a fan. Which means you can make a 1850 rpm fan run at 1000 rpm, but you can't go above the max fan rating.
Well thats lame seems so i have like 80$ in fans alone on these damn things. hmmm...
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Heat rising doesn't make a difference in a computer case. The fans have enough power to push the air any where you want it to go.

I would probably set the rad fans as intake and let the 2 rear fans as exhaust.
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Heat rising doesn't make a difference in a computer case. The fans have enough power to push the air any where you want it to go.

I would probably set the rad fans as intake and let the 2 rear fans as exhaust.
Ok this means i would have to get rid of the 92mm rad. Will the 360 be enough for the gpu's, chipset and memory? I just checked and i lied. Its the BI Extreme III. Is this much diff then the GTX?
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