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post #17921 of 19733 (permalink) Old 11-05-2012, 03:23 PM
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What is that connected to your hard drives? Is that a spaced adapter for a cleaner look on a single sata line? Good god i want one of those. thats the only reason my case looks like a mess in the back!
Please shoot me a pic of what part that is. It looks SOOOOO clean.



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It looks like one of these Silverstone 4 in 1 Sata cables.

"eyesmiles" is correct is a Silverstone 4 into 1, they only only go in one direction but i have since modded mine to fit the other way, Which reminds me to fit it soon rolleyes.gif
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Something like this?

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Found this in Seanimus's build thread. That last pic is linked to FCPU.

 

I bought those for my Project Maple Leaf, that work amazing.




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Beautiful. Just beautiful. Its too bad though. I dont have a modular PSU, so i cant make a different rail specifically for this. I would love to. Guess its time to invest in the TX850M.

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So I've been browsing on Performance PCS for a solution to my lack of cooling. I want to W/C my GTX480 and came up with a simple drawing. However im noticing that this may not be posisble at all. Trying to keep it as clean as possible, and may be looking at using a plastic hardline setup, not a rubber/ flex line. Any suggestions welcome, not sure how to put the front rad upwards like i want it, its by far the cleanest looking setup i could think of.

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post #17926 of 19733 (permalink) Old 11-08-2012, 02:51 PM
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Cooler Master 690 TWO Advanced stock fans suck! i made a video showing my stock fan from the case and the new fan i ordered to replace it NZXT FX-140LB 140mm Enthusiast 3 speed...i love the case but not the fans im replacing the front fan with the NZXT biggrin.gif

http://youtu.be/rmnjs_PgYV8

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Cooler Master 690 TWO Advanced stock fans suck! i made a video showing my stock fan from the case and the new fan i ordered to replace it NZXT FX-140LB 140mm Enthusiast 3 speed...i love the case but not the fans im replacing the front fan with the NZXT biggrin.gif
http://youtu.be/rmnjs_PgYV8

A lot if not all the 690II advance owners I think have replaced their fans, they are pretty noisy.

Some people do not mind the noise, but personally I think quietier the better.

I personally like and use the Bitfenix Spectra Pro's. Very quiet with pretty good air flow at 12v. They are not the quietiest or move the most air, but a great balance.
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I gave away the original fans and got a couple of TY-140's and two random 120mm fans as front intakes.
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The CM fans noisy? I found mine to be quiet and little airflow. And I know everyone has a different definition of quiet but trust me I don't like noisy fans or noise in general.

Just replaced mine with 8 PWM Cougars (2 in P/P on kuhler 620 rad) week ago and case is considerably noiser (not bearing/motor noise just air moving noise... whooosh). However I also just finished hooking up my new fan controller (Aerocool X-Vision) today, running them all ~1100rpm and now things are nice and quiet smile.gif. Not quite silent but very quiet.
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I found the original fans to move too little air to be useful...not noisy per se. rolleyes.gif
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