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post #3131 of 3848
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Originally Posted by solsamurai View Post

eek.gif What!?!? biggrin.gif
Would love to see the case with some natural light off a window. Sounds neat. thumb.gif OP update in 3..2..1..



Need to do some cable management and clean the case a little but theres the case in natural light :-)
post #3132 of 3848
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Originally Posted by DeadSkull View Post

Did you get three sets of fan clips for the fans? My SB-E only had two.

3 sets, not using one set at mo but will be when i get some low profile memory, get intouch with thermalright or your reseller and complain
post #3133 of 3848
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Originally Posted by amd-pcmarlow View Post



Need to do some cable management and clean the case a little but theres the case in natural light :-)

That's the understatement of the year! My nightmares aren't that bad! poke.gifbiggrin.gif

It won't take much to make it nice and neat. I use velcro tape.. one side is hook and other is loop. 10mm x 1meter is about £1.49. Cut the length you like. Easy to undo and move cables when you see a cleaner way to run them. Then when the way you like it can use pull-ties if you want. Can be found on that auction bay site. wink.gif

Is that a 3rd TY-143 as intake in the front? Is it speed controlled with the other 2?
post #3134 of 3848
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

That's the understatement of the year! My nightmares aren't that bad! poke.gifbiggrin.gif

It won't take much to make it nice and neat. I use velcro tape.. one side is hook and other is loop. 10mm x 1meter is about £1.49. Cut the length you like. Easy to undo and move cables when you see a cleaner way to run them. Then when the way you like it can use pull-ties if you want. Can be found on that auction bay site. wink.gif

Is that a 3rd TY-143 as intake in the front? Is it speed controlled with the other 2?

Yeah its a third ty-143 but speed controlled via asus suite chassis fan settings
post #3135 of 3848
Had it on full but sounded ready for take off n the mrs said she couldnt hear the tv haha
post #3136 of 3848
Velcro tape sounds good, but no matter where i put the cables im going to be able to see them, the joys of a see through case
post #3137 of 3848
At full speed they are loud but move lots of air.
I use PWM control for my case fans too but my mobo only has 1 PWM socket.. the CPU fan socket so I use a PWM splitter with molex power like the splitter Thermalright supplies with SA SB-E Extreme. I assume you are using it on your cooler fans.

My fans run 660-800rpm most of the time with temps in below 30c... 1050rpm at full load when rendering and below 50c on my 980. I'm setting up another system with my 920 under SA SB-E Extreme and plan to overclock it as much as possible. Hope to get 4.2-4.5GHz biggrin.gif
post #3138 of 3848
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

At full speed they are loud but move lots of air.
I use PWM control for my case fans too but my mobo only has 1 PWM socket.. the CPU fan socket so I use a PWM splitter with molex power like the splitter Thermalright supplies with SA SB-E Extreme. I assume you are using it on your cooler fans.

My fans run 660-800rpm most of the time with temps in below 30c... 1050rpm at full load when rendering and below 50c on my 980. I'm setting up another system with my 920 under SA SB-E Extreme and plan to overclock it as much as possible. Hope to get 4.2-4.5GHz biggrin.gif

Ive got 3 sockets for case fans on my board, one for cpu, and an optional cpu, if needed I would get a fan controller, i could stick everything on turbo if needed but hitting 4.5ghz at 41c max core temps on silent for chassis and turbo for cpu its quiet enough and the mrs isnt moaning biggrin.gif
post #3139 of 3848
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Originally Posted by amd-pcmarlow View Post

Ive got 3 sockets for case fans on my board, one for cpu, and an optional cpu, if needed I would get a fan controller, i could stick everything on turbo if needed but hitting 4.5ghz at 41c max core temps on silent for chassis and turbo for cpu its quiet enough and the mrs isnt moaning biggrin.gif
Most important words at the end post. biggrin.gifthumb.gif
post #3140 of 3848
Same thing here...1650rpm on my 120x38 fan is silent, paired with a three ty-140s at 1150rpm, the missus is happy.
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