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post #11 of 34 (permalink) Old 05-11-2020, 03:44 AM
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Many thanx to all! I am very grateful to all of you!



Many thanx my friend! When I buy a case I will definitely try this option. I have a very similar GPU cooling system from yours. Very interesting setup! Its full positive pressure. You do not have exhaust fans? Does hot air passively pass through the rear hole, the holes near the GPU and the top?


Full one side intake, with barely any restrictions, make exhausts useless. You move so much air, that you replace the air in the whole case very fast. New air pushes old air out, the case has very low restriction at the back aswell.

It's basically a duct at this point.

When exhausts impact temperature, it means you don't have enough air intake. So they move some of the air is pushed in the case by the intakes and also suck air into the case through other sides of the case. So you end up moving air in, via unfiltered channels.
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Have you removed the fans from your GPU and the P12's are the only things cooling your GPU?

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Have you removed the fans from your GPU and the P12's are the only things cooling your GPU?
of course. I just replaced the standard palit fans with p12. The temperature at the open bench at 100% load of the GPU is 58-62, at a house temperature of ~ 22-25
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Just replicate this and you will get the most put of it.....
Nope! That’s not how to get the most out of it. Looks good tho! 😄

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Supplement: I found more popular fans with high static pressure. Phanteks PH-F140MP and 120 model for the rear. How do you like that?
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Nope! That’s not how to get the most out of it. Looks good tho! ????
I meant temps/performance/noise, but.....Fair enough!
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So....now brand of fan makes a difference on static pressure needs? Yeah....going to have to disagree with you there.

@doyll - do you have that handy resistance chart of dust filters and mesh you could post? Our young friend is terribly misguided and I can't seem to find it.
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Below link in post with lots of info and data of grill mesh open area vs no grill, filters, etc.
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Supplement: I found more popular fans with high static pressure. Phanteks PH-F140MP and 120 model for the rear. How do you like that?
Phanteks PH-F140MP or PH-F120MP are quite good and some of my favorite case fans. Some places on Earth their 2-pack and 3-pack prices make them even better deals.

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Below link in post with lots of info and data of grill mesh open area vs no grill, filters, etc.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/22657923-post15.html


Phanteks PH-F140MP or PH-F120MP are quite good and some of my favorite case fans. Some places on Earth their 2-pack and 3-pack prices make them even better deals.
Hello! I read a lot of your posts! Thanks for the information you give! May I know your opinion regarding my first post on this topic? Which fan set do you think is the best for this case? Which fans do you recommend? With more static pressure?
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Nope! That”s not how to get the most out of it. Looks good tho!
I meant temps/performance/noise, but.....Fair enough!
Indeed, I was just kidding around.. it does look good though!

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Supplement: I found more popular fans with high static pressure. Phanteks PH-F140MP and 120 model for the rear. How do you like that?
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Phanteks PH-F140MP or PH-F120MP are quite good and some of my favorite case fans. Some places on Earth their 2-pack and 3-pack prices make them even better deals.
I agree with @doyll on the Phanteks MP series. I run two 140mm and three 120mm in a build right now. Tried replacing the 140mm with the Arctic P14 to see what all the fuss was about, and changed them back to the MP immediately for better sound signature and performance in my setup. That said....I have unique circumstances in the way the fans are controlled. If I were to change that to a setup similar to yours, I would use the SW3 over the MP Series if price were not a concern. If I needed to save a few dollars, I would go with the MP.

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