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Yep, negative pressure FAIL. mad.gif

This has also yielded the lowest temperatures for me. However, while I have cut out the rear fan grill, I still have an exhaust fan running. I'm not so sure that leaving the hole empty is more efficient than installing a 140mm exhaust fan there. After the second fan on the SA pushes the air through the heat sink I think that it most likely sort of diffuses rather then exit the case in a nice stream. I have yet to test this, so this is just my thick headed theory.
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This has also yielded the lowest temperatures for me. However, while I have cut out the rear fan grill, I still have an exhaust fan running. I'm not so sure that leaving the hole empty is more efficient than installing a 140mm exhaust fan there. After the second fan on the SA pushes the air through the heat sink I think that it most likely sort of diffuses rather then exit the case in a nice stream. I have yet to test this, so this is just my thick headed theory.

You should test it! I did and lost a few c or two but more importantly NO DUST!
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This has also yielded the lowest temperatures for me. However, while I have cut out the rear fan grill, I still have an exhaust fan running. I'm not so sure that leaving the hole empty is more efficient than installing a 140mm exhaust fan there. After the second fan on the SA pushes the air through the heat sink I think that it most likely sort of diffuses rather then exit the case in a nice stream. I have yet to test this, so this is just my thick headed theory.

Theories mean nothing until tested! biggrin.gif My temps dropped after I removed my rear fan...and that's without cutting out the rear mesh! Positive flow should negate the need for rear exhaust. If you flow is configured correctly for your case you'll be surprised how much air is blowing out the rear exhaust slot (with no fan)! thumb.gif
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You should test it! I did and lost a few c or two but more importantly NO DUST!

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I recently got a silver arrow for a first time intel build. Would like to join this club! thumb.gif

I have just a few questions.

Am I supposed to screw down that mounting mechanism (the one that goes over the base of the cooler and has two screws and a torque thing in the middle) extremely tightly or just a little? Because even after screwing in the two screws VERY tight (to the extent I worry about damage to the mobo) I can still rotate the cooler left or right like a clock very easily with just a slight nudge. I'm using mx-2 paste.

My case has just one front input fan that is 140mm, two bottom 120mm intakes, two top 140mm exhausts, the two 140mm fans on the cooler both blowing to the rear and the rear 120mm behind the cooler that is exhaust. Is that kind of optimal? I have wondered if I should make the top two fans intake, and remove the rear 120mm fan...

I won't be installing windows until tomorrow but I had the stock intel cooler on for a few hours and the bios showed 43c cpu temp and 26c mobo temp, after installing the SA cpu temp 30c and mobo temp 20c.

Here's some pics...


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Lastly, I installed it without the anti vibration pads, mine didn't come boxed with any. Are they super important? I couldn't hear any rattling while it was running.
Edited by ilikebeer - 2/25/12 at 7:01am
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I recently got a silver arrow for a first time intel build. Would like to join this club! thumb.gif

I have just a few questions.

Am I supposed to screw down that mounting mechanism (the one that goes over the base of the cooler and has two screws and a torque thing in the middle) extremely tightly or just a little? Because even after screwing in the two screws VERY tight (to the extent I worry about damage to the mobo) I can still rotate the cooler left or right like a clock very easily with just a slight nudge. I'm using mx-2 paste.
I tightened my screws till they stopped, they do have a stop so you don't strip them.
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My case has just one front input fan that is 140mm, two bottom 120mm intakes, two top 140mm exhausts, the two 140mm fans on the cooler both blowing to the rear and the rear 120mm behind the cooler that is exhaust. Is that kind of optimal? I have wondered if I should make the top two fans intake, and remove the rear 120mm fan...
Test yourself, I have to test if my front fan as a exhaust would be batter than it is as an intake now from what I heard lol. The way you have it set up now is fine, you may get a slight 1-2C drop from removing the rear fan or yo may not.
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I won't be installing windows until tomorrow but I had the stock intel cooler on for a few hours and the bios showed 43c cpu temp and 26c mobo temp, after installing the SA cpu temp 30c and mobo temp 20c.
Use my install guide biggrin.gif

http://www.overclock.net/ssd/1156654-seans-windows-7-install-guide-optimization.html
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Here's some pics...

Lastly, I installed it without the anti vibration pads, mine didn't come boxed with any. Are they super important? I couldn't hear any rattling while it was running.
I don't use any of the padding, it is not needed at all and makes no difference to me.
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Wow fast reply. Thanks. The screws don't really have a stop I mean... you can keep screwing until the 'bridge' touches the square bracket but that is just immense pressure imo. Any scew will stop at a certain point but in my case I could apply more pressure and screw them in further. But agian, immense pressure on the mobo then (scared to damage the mobo).

Does yours or others' SA rotate left and right if you try? Not sure if it's a mounting issue or just that I'm using newly applied thermal paste and it's 'slippery'.

Thanks for the install guide, it's an m4 SSD.
Edited by ilikebeer - 2/25/12 at 7:24am
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Yes, all of the SA's wiggle slightly from side to side. It's part of the design. Let your temps guide you. Sounds like you've got it installed right.
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Wow fast reply. Thanks. The screws don't really have a stop I mean... you can keep screwing until the 'bridge' touches the square bracket but that is just immense pressure imo. Any scew will stop at a certain point but in my case I could apply more pressure and screw them in further. But agian, immense pressure on the mobo then (scared to damage the mobo).

I had no problem with pressure, everything screwed down till it stopped for me. It simply would not rotate more and it wasn't too hard...did you accidentally put the black thing on the back of the mount when you don't have a 755 mobo?
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Does yours or others' SA rotate left and right if you try? Not sure if it's a mounting issue or just that I'm using newly applied thermal paste and it's 'slippery'.
No, absolutely not. You definitely did not tighten the screws enough.
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Thanks for the install guide, it's an m4 SSD.

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Yes, all of the SA's wiggle slightly from side to side. It's part of the design. Let your temps guide you. Sounds like you've got it installed right.
What is this movement you speak of? It is not suppose to move side to side, the pressure plate in the middle even stops that. Mine has no side to side wiggle.
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did you accidentally put the black thing on the back of the mount when you don't have a 755 mobo?

I put a back plate set up for 1155, then there's a square bracket that gets screwed into that on the other side, then the 'bridge'. My SA can rotate like a clock in a circular motion left or right..
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did you accidentally put the black thing on the back of the mount when you don't have a 755 mobo?

I put a back plate set up for 1155, then there's a square bracket that gets screwed into that on the other side, then the 'bridge'. My SA can rotate like a clock in a circular motion left or right..

Mine does, but very very little:

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