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Strange... I guess I'll have to do some digging guiltysmiley.gif
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hi guys just wondering what temps you get on 30min 100% load on 3570k stock clocks ? smile.gif
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I would go front and middle on cooler with rear exhaust fan.
Add one fan in bottom 3x 5.25 bays as it will blow directly at cooler
Change normal front fan.
Add case bottom intake fan.
3x intakes: 2x in front and 1 in bottom.
1x exhaust: in back.
Hook them all up PWM on 2 Gelid PWM splitters using CPU fan socket with CPU fan as master and you should be golden. Should be able to idle about 6-700rpm and ramp up to whatever is needed to keep CPU cool. For me that is 1000rpm with CPU 48-52c max @ 100% (920@3.55GHz)

How do you mean "CPU fan as master"? Are there master/slave positions in the Gelid adapter?
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Strange... I guess I'll have to do some digging guiltysmiley.gif

Perhaps it's not exactly the same version.
You mean it's barely wide enough to fit the SA's fans then?
Which version you got? Silver Arrow, or the SB-E?
post #2535 of 3854
I got the Classic one wink.gif

I think the window widht is the root of my problem here. I cant push the fans any more lower as my low profile HyperX gets in the way.
The window seems to be exactly 2mm too thick tongue.gif

I'll swap it tomorrow and if the problem persists then... I'll be out of ideas of where my vibration is coming from. Every fan and drive has been fitted with rubber to supress and silence. Even my cool PSU.

Has anyone have similar problems? Or does somebody have an idea what might be causing all the noise...
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I got the Classic one wink.gif
I think the window widht is the root of my problem here. I cant push the fans any more lower as my low profile HyperX gets in the way.
The window seems to be exactly 2mm too thick tongue.gif
I'll swap it tomorrow and if the problem persists then... I'll be out of ideas of where my vibration is coming from. Every fan and drive has been fitted with rubber to supress and silence. Even my cool PSU.
Has anyone have similar problems? Or does somebody have an idea what might be causing all the noise...

Are you using the rubber pads in the SA?
They help, at least for me...

You can use 120mm fans in the push, ty140 in the middle. That yields good results and would solve your problem.
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How do you mean "CPU fan as master"? Are there master/slave positions in the Gelid adapter?


Splitter can only monitor rpm from one fan (master). The power sent to all fans is controlled by that rpm signal by motherboard using bios, ET6, etc. This fan is "master" because the PWM signal / power to other fans is same as goes to "master" fan... so they are "slaves" being controlled by "master" wink.gif

This is true of all fan splitter. smile.gif
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hi guys just wondering what temps you get on 30min 100% load on 3570k stock clocks ? smile.gif

The answer will be unique to each individual persons case and aiflow setup. Over in the Ivy Stable Club I found ocn member speedy2721 postted the following:

speedy2721 4800.7mhz 1.384v 13hrs 72-80-76-78 AIR - Silver Arrow 3570k Z77

Stock clocks should be pretty decent on either SA or SB-E. biggrin.gif

Hope that helps! thumb.gif
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Dear All,

Thermalright/Leetgion is back to Australia!!

Please click the following url and pick your Thermalright/Leetgion products with FREE-SHIPPING in this celebration period!!

http://nansgaminggear.com.au

Happy Gaming!!

*If you have any comments on our webstore, please feel free to contact us.
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Dear All,
Thermalright/Leetgion is back to Australia!!
Please click the following url and pick your Thermalright/Leetgion products with FREE-SHIPPING in this celebration period!!
http://nansgaminggear.com.au
Happy Gaming!!
*If you have any comments on our webstore, please feel free to contact us.
You are very proud of those fans!!
I can get TY-141 and TY-143 fans from Taiwan paying almost as much in shipping as fans cost and still be $3-4.00 less. rolleyes.gif
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