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post #3051 of 3120 (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 02:04 PM
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And as one expect it has a cheap as ... cooling solution. Basically there are 2 radial fans blowing air top down through the back of the monitor throigh some aluminium heatsinks over vrms and cpu and out of the bottom. Super cheap shi... stuff basically.

So yes there is carton in the bottom...
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post #3052 of 3120 (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 02:06 PM
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So what do I think first when I figure there is a pc in my monitor? Of course: how do I watercool this thing? To be continued...
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post #3053 of 3120 (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 02:23 PM
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You would think for the price of this monitor that they could spend a few extra bucks and put a quality fan inside


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post #3055 of 3120 (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 03:02 PM
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You would think for the price of this monitor that they could spend a few extra bucks and put a quality fan inside [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/rolleyes.gif[/IMG]
I have not disassembled mine lol, but I can tell you on mine (and all the new revisions?) The fan is silent.

I can barely hear it, even I put my ear up to the back.


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I have a new revision monitor and I can hear the fan but I am particularly sensitive to noise and the ambient dB level in my study is very low.
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If its the cooling solution I am showing on these pics no matter what rev there is no way you cant hear it in a quite room. Just some people use stock fans of casesor rpms of above 1000 then of course it overshadows it. If you have a huge watercooled setup the fans of this mon are the loudest part of you rig except some coil whine eventually.
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If its the cooling solution I am showing on these pics no matter what rev there is no way you cant hear it in a quite room. Just some people use stock fans of casesor rpms of above 1000 then of course it overshadows it. If you have a huge watercooled setup the fans of this mon are the loudest part of you rig except some coil whine eventually.
I was asking for a few times if anyone opened it to check if it can be waterblocked and thank you, it seems a gpu block would fit nicely.

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The PG27UQ's internals looks like they took some parts out of a laptop line with the dual centrifugal fans.

Do both always run? Unlike the X27, I can't see how the blower FPGA cooler would help cool the backlight array.

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I would like to inform you that if fans runs always and they are too loud then it means you have dust inside the cooling system .
Just use air compressed in the holes and it will be fine.

I did that and fixed my problem.
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