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post #362 of 1518 (permalink) Old 03-13-2012, 12:27 AM - Thread Starter
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Confirmed 100% now in Fractal Design Core 1000
No pictures, but just upgraded my Coolit Eco to an H80 with push/pull AP-15's and a 10 1/4" GPU cooler with no problems.

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How are you running the AP-15s? From the block or a controller. The reason I ask is that when I tried mine from the block, without an OC for testing I kept blue screening and the fans wouldn't spin up properly. Went back to stock fans and worked fine, restored OC settings and still fine.
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The H80 fits in the Silverstone FT03. See sig for pics.

Nice pics in that post (sig rig) mate, wish I could take pics that good.

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OP updated with new additions, as always, if I missed anything then let me know.

Thread touching on 50K views now, always encouraging.

Plus, actually remembered to update my own link for the H80 in a CM690 Std.

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Confirmed 100% now in Fractal Design Core 1000
No pictures, but just upgraded my Coolit Eco to an H80 with push/pull AP-15's and a 10 1/4" GPU cooler with no problems.

Pics coming?
How are you running the AP-15s? From the block or a controller. The reason I ask is that when I tried mine from the block, without an OC for testing I kept blue screening and the fans wouldn't spin up properly. Went back to stock fans and worked fine, restored OC settings and still fine.

Well the first thing I noticed is the horrible fan controller built-in to the block. I had decided to try them to see if they're working with my 12 mm thin Scythe 120 mm fan which takes next to nothing to run and even on "High" mode, the fan wouldn't spin up till the coolant had a chance to warm up.

I decided to check the voltage and it's barely hitting 5.5 V for start-up which is way too low for most fans.

Because AP-15's are so quiet to begin with, I originally hooked them up to a molex, then realized that I have a free channel on my Scythe Kaze-Q so put a 3-pin splitter on that channel and both AP-15's are connected to that, they run at full-speed though.

I then have a Scythe 140 mm fan with 120 mm mounting holes on the side panel, and a Scythe 90 mm on the rear as exhaust which are also hooked up to the fan controller.

Pics will come sooner or later, been focusing on OC'ing my FX-8150 trying to get 5 GHz stable for folding. If you really want pics, shoot me a PM or else I'll forget lol.



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Well the first thing I noticed is the horrible fan controller built-in to the block. I had decided to try them to see if they're working with my 12 mm thin Scythe 120 mm fan which takes next to nothing to run and even on "High" mode, the fan wouldn't spin up till the coolant had a chance to warm up.
I decided to check the voltage and it's barely hitting 5.5 V for start-up which is way too low for most fans.
Because AP-15's are so quiet to begin with, I originally hooked them up to a molex, then realized that I have a free channel on my Scythe Kaze-Q so put a 3-pin splitter on that channel and both AP-15's are connected to that, they run at full-speed though.
I then have a Scythe 140 mm fan with 120 mm mounting holes on the side panel, and a Scythe 90 mm on the rear as exhaust which are also hooked up to the fan controller.
Pics will come sooner or later, been focusing on OC'ing my FX-8150 trying to get 5 GHz stable for folding. If you really want pics, shoot me a PM or else I'll forget lol.

Cool, I might try again another day using my NZXT Sentry controller to control the AP-15s, I have about 6 of them lying around from an older build and as case fans so might test some coupling, although I haven't seen much of that for the H80.

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Well the first thing I noticed is the horrible fan controller built-in to the block. I had decided to try them to see if they're working with my 12 mm thin Scythe 120 mm fan which takes next to nothing to run and even on "High" mode, the fan wouldn't spin up till the coolant had a chance to warm up.
I decided to check the voltage and it's barely hitting 5.5 V for start-up which is way too low for most fans.
Because AP-15's are so quiet to begin with, I originally hooked them up to a molex, then realized that I have a free channel on my Scythe Kaze-Q so put a 3-pin splitter on that channel and both AP-15's are connected to that, they run at full-speed though.
I then have a Scythe 140 mm fan with 120 mm mounting holes on the side panel, and a Scythe 90 mm on the rear as exhaust which are also hooked up to the fan controller.
Pics will come sooner or later, been focusing on OC'ing my FX-8150 trying to get 5 GHz stable for folding. If you really want pics, shoot me a PM or else I'll forget lol.

Cool, I might try again another day using my NZXT Sentry controller to control the AP-15s, I have about 6 of them lying around from an older build and as case fans so might test some coupling, although I haven't seen much of that for the H80.

I was hoping to reduce noise and temps further using shrouds, but my damn VF3000A is too long so I'm stuck with the H80 and a fan inside the case, and a fan outside the case behind the front mesh.



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Here's updated pics of the H80 with 2x Scythe AP-15's in Push/Pull and a beefy graphics card in a Fractal Design Core 1000.

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Here's updated pics of the H80 with 2x Scythe AP-15's in Push/Pull and a beefy graphics card in a Fractal Design Core 1000.
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Pretty full in there lol!

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Here's updated pics of the H80 with 2x Scythe AP-15's in Push/Pull and a beefy graphics card in a Fractal Design Core 1000.

Pretty full in there lol!

And yep, was a tight fit, luckily that vertical HDD tray hides that mess of cables perfectly, I do plan on taking the PSU apart again (like in my build log) and removing all uneeded cables, cutting all cables to proper length, and doing a full sleeve job rather then extensions.



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I would like to know about the 550D. I'm sure it should (up in the top), but just wanted 100% confirmation smile.gif.

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I would like to know about the 550D. I'm sure it should (up in the top), but just wanted 100% confirmation smile.gif.

It is shown installed in this video for the 550d, although not in push/pull but llooking at it there should be plenty of room

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