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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
Well, the screw layout of that top intake fan is aligned with the screw pattern of the case so that leaves me with no choice of moving it further forward unless I mod it? Is it interfering with the heatsink flow?

Do you think it's too strong of an intake fan? Should I replace it with the 700RPM version?
Velcro. Zipties. Let no minor holes block your way.

Can a fan be too strong? Only if it is too noisy. Only you can judge that.
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Velcro. Zipties. Let no minor holes block your way.

Can a fan be too strong? Only if it is too noisy. Only you can judge that.
I think moving it a little more forward is not possible because there is a cut hole in the other side of the case that gives space to the extra diameter of the fan. Moving it a little bit forward would make the fan interfere with the width of the case and I wouldn't be able to close my fan. So will a 140mm be more appropriate this time?

If it's not too noisy for me, you think I'm good to go with this?
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I think moving it a little more forward is not possible because there is a cut hole in the other side of the case that gives space to the extra diameter of the fan. Moving it a little bit forward would make the fan interfere with the width of the case and I wouldn't be able to close my fan. So will a 140mm be more appropriate this time?

If it's not too noisy for me, you think I'm good to go with this?
Stay with the 200mm fan.

And it looks like you are good to go.
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Stay with the 200mm fan.

And it looks like you are good to go.
Thanks.
post #1005 of 3854
Hi All,

About to embark on my first Sandy build and decided on the Silver Arrow, given previous good experience with a TRUE Black, which has cooled my Q6600 rig for the past 3-4 years .

Hoping to start the build tomorrow, I don't yet have a graphics card and will use the iGPU, still haven't decided on the which card to get, currently have an old 8800GTX in the Q6600 box that I might use for a few months..

I'll post up some pics of the build to join the club, this is a great resource, thanks to all who have contributed so far!
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Looking to join the club. My initial installation of the Silver Arrow was....... retarded to put it lightly. I mounted 90 degrees differently because my memory was too tall when I could've just swapped the position of one of the fans. Plus my side panel wouldn't fit on due to the fact that the fans were the wrong way round. It's all fixed now though, and here's what the finished product looks like:



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i had my fans the side with the arrows up too ha ha
il take a picture to join the club once I know if its seated properly.
It will be monday when replacement RAM arrives and I can stress test it.
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If I decide to NOT use push/push configuration due to side fan clearance, what would be better push/pull or pull/pull? By how much temps do they differ with the default push/push?

And if I decide with those NON-DEFAULT fan configs, how high should I install the fans? Should they be center with the height of the cooler?
Edited by kevindd992002 - 10/22/11 at 8:17am
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Oke guys so i installed my cpu yesterday and it was a hell of a job lol. Check the pictures(it almost didn't fit):









I also had a question, when i placed the SA on the cpu, i needed to remove it again and put it back on. When i was doing that i saw that the thermal paste was on the whole cpu(i maybe used a little bit too much). I wanne know if my temps are oke or not

4,5 ghz:

Intel burn test hit 79 degrees under load
Prime hits 67 max under load.

I think that too high or not?

CPU voltage is 1,344
VID is 1.3611

By the way you need to tight that little thing on the cooler. Around 40-70 lsb, did you guys put it loose or tight it a little bit?

Thanks!
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Oke guys so i installed my cpu yesterday and it was a hell of a job lol. Check the pictures(it almost didn't fit):









I also had a question, when i placed the SA on the cpu, i needed to remove it again and put it back on. When i was doing that i saw that the thermal paste was on the whole cpu(i maybe used a little bit too much). I wanne know if my temps are oke or not

4,5 ghz:

Intel burn test hit 79 degrees under load
Prime hits 67 max under load.

I think that too high or not?

CPU voltage is 1,344
VID is 1.3611

By the way you need to tight that little thing on the cooler. Around 40-70 lsb, did you guys put it loose or tight it a little bit?

Thanks!
Temps seem a bit high for ibt anyway.

I tightened the 40-70 lbs thing all the way down because I have a lapped cpu. You may not need to go all the way. Work with it be fore you mount it and see how many turns it takes to get it about halfway. After you install it, shoot for that.
Edited by breenemeister - 10/22/11 at 3:07pm
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