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post #901 of 6068
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post #902 of 6068
I just bought a 620 for my rig (specs and pic coming later).
And i want to use 2 other fans within it.


Can i use 2 of these fans: Aerocool Evil Black 12cm Fan LED ?

And how do i connect them? (perhaps using a Y-Cable the to the pump power cable?
post #903 of 6068
I would not run 2 fans off the fan connector it is made only for one fan, other wise use any fans you want, but the stock fan is better than most you can buy to replace it, it has very nice cfm,s and realy good static pressure. I have my fans on a controller or just hook them up on mobo header or straight to power supply. It realy depends if you want to controll them or not.
Nice fans, but the static pressure is farley low on them-the air flow is the same as the stock fan, but stock fan has 3.94 pressure.
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Hmm.
well...the stock fan might be ok, but i think LED fans look much better

I have a Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z Mainboard.
It hast 2 CPU Fan connectors. CPU-FAN and CPU-OPT.
Perhaps i can use 1 Fan to the Powercord with the pump, and the other fan to CPU-OPT connector?
post #905 of 6068
Yup that will work, and yes they are gd looking fans and should do some great cooling, wasnt telling you not to use them, only giveing info is all.
    
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when hooked up-the speed you see from your cpu fan header pins are the speed of the pump by the way.
    
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post #907 of 6068
Quote:
but stock fan has 3.94 pressure.
can you explain this?
My english isn`t perfect....i`m german.

So the LED fans got too low pressure?

Or.. 3.94 iss the pressure of ONE stock fan.
But i will use TWO of the LED Fans....hmmm.....my brain is eating me
post #908 of 6068
no prob-higher static pressure is always better when combined with good cfms when useing rads for cooling. static pressure is the force of the air. And depending on how much you intend to over clock your system if any will be a big factor. But if you have those fans you should be just fine.

And my typo by the way-stock fan has 3.394 static pressure not 3.94 sorry.

If you want try the stock fan as pushing air against the rad and one of thoses other fans pulling air-they are the same cfm. And than try both the fans you bought and see wich you like better and wich set up cools better.
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post #909 of 6068
Okay.

Yesterday i installed the 620 an rann some itel burn tests.
With CPU@4600Mhz Temperature comes stable at around 75C.

The Setup iss push pull with the two LED Fans.The Fans are running @1400rpm then (full speed).

I think this iss ok, ain`t it?

I will try to setup some Fancontrol now... the fans are @fullspeed all the time and this isn`t necessary. Fanmate seems to be no choice....i think i nee d to do some bios settings.

Here some pictures of my new Gaming rig.Okay...i need to do something with the cables...

Specs:
Intel i7 2600K@4600Mhz, Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z, 16GB Ripjaws DDR3, Zotac Nvidia 470GTX AMP!, 2xSeagate 750GB Raid0, 1x2TB WD HDD SATA600, 1x OCZ Agility 3 128GB SSD, Samsung BD-Rom, Aerocool XPredator Case, NZXT 200mm Casefan, Antec H2o 620 Colling unit installed Push Pull with 2 Aerocool LED Fans

I like it


post #910 of 6068
As long as you stay below 75C you are ok. Just remember though, when you get in that temp range and above, your processor performance will start to slow down. I'd recommend using 3DMark11 to help you find the sweet spot.
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