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06-26-2019 09:30 PM
DiGiCiDAL
Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
It's really a sad joke a forum can't deal with a little s when used on mobile device

Or inline links on a quick reply, or manage inline pictures decently, or...


I get most of the reasons for changing, but honestly it's hard to justify even posting a few comments here now.

My last build went 'log-less' simply because it's too much of a bother to deal with the buggy site to post anything.
06-26-2019 12:38 PM
ThrashZone Hi,
It's really a sad joke a forum can't deal with a little s when used on mobile device
06-26-2019 12:17 PM
rolandos582
Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by rolandos582 View Post
I see, and you place the metal grid over the filter and that would prevent it? Depending on which one you get, wouldn't it get to close to the fans?
Hi,
On my bottom I used cardboard and taped filter material to it seeing the the bottom already has a screen on it
The metal grid is on my top and front intake filters I haven't done the bottom with it yet low priority the cardboard is working okay I don't have a radiator down there just the psu pulls air in from the bottom.
I only have this problem on my bottom radiator. The rest are fine. I might have to make the sides more heavy so it pulls the middle straight. Hmm not too sure
06-26-2019 07:57 AM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by rolandos582 View Post
I see, and you place the metal grid over the filter and that would prevent it? Depending on which one you get, wouldn't it get to close to the fans?
Hi,
On my bottom I used cardboard and taped filter material to it seeing the the bottom already has a screen on it
The metal grid is on my top and front intake filters I haven't done the bottom with it yet low priority the cardboard is working okay I don't have a radiator down there just the psu pulls air in from the bottom.
06-26-2019 07:44 AM
rolandos582
Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
I use a metal grid to keep filter material from getting sucked into fans...
Lots out there I'm using a metal leaf guard now I was using a pattern metal grid before but switched it to a more symmetrical grid.
They sell per piece too
https://www.homedepot.com/p/InvisaFl...0-25/205207107
I see, and you place the metal grid over the filter and that would prevent it? Depending on which one you get, wouldn't it get to close to the fans?
06-26-2019 07:37 AM
Fluxmaven
Quote: Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post
last picture was during leak-test:
Nice build.
06-26-2019 06:04 AM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by rolandos582 View Post
Hahaha pretty big man! I might put some of myself.

Is anyone of you using demciflex filters here? I use them for my SMA8 but on the bottom radiator the fans are hitting the filter. On higher fan speeds it gets pretty annoying. Anyone has a solution for this? I can't really think of anything. If you spread out the filter really good, it's fine. But it moves and get's lose so over time it will hit the fan again.
Hi,
I use a metal grid to keep filter material from getting sucked into fans...
Lots out there I'm using a metal leaf guard now I was using a pattern metal grid before but switched it to a more symmetrical grid.
They sell per piece too
https://www.homedepot.com/p/InvisaFl...0-25/205207107
06-26-2019 04:56 AM
rolandos582
Quote: Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post
Actually non-parallel surfaces are the best... since they delay reflections enough that your brain can easily filter them out. If you over-damp the room it will sound dead and weird (like cheaper headphones often do). You can always get a cheap curtain - the heavier the better - and hang it on a reflective wall... or an area rug will work too. I usually walk around the room clapping after adding absorption... if it rings, needs more absorption... if it sounds like your hands got really small or far away - you put too much.

I realized looking at those that the ones in the office are 2'x3' not 2'x4' - the ones in the theater are 2x4. Oops.

I don't have a picture of the full set, but I have some previous ones of my home office where I used the same absorbers (last picture was during leak-test... but shows where I added one of the other panels ( finally went with three behind desk and one on the close side wall, two on ceiling, and two on opposing wall):
Hahaha pretty big man! I might put some of myself.

Is anyone of you using demciflex filters here? I use them for my SMA8 but on the bottom radiator the fans are hitting the filter. On higher fan speeds it gets pretty annoying. Anyone has a solution for this? I can't really think of anything. If you spread out the filter really good, it's fine. But it moves and get's lose so over time it will hit the fan again.
06-25-2019 08:00 PM
DiGiCiDAL
Quote: Originally Posted by rolandos582 View Post
Hmm I see, yeah my ''gaming room'' is terrible. There's only 1 straight wall and that's directly behind my studio monitors/monitors. The rest of the walls are all tilted. Welcome to the attic ;(
I'm always wondering if foam/absorbers etc will do any benefits. I guess it could. Got any pictures of your setup?

Actually non-parallel surfaces are the best... since they delay reflections enough that your brain can easily filter them out. If you over-damp the room it will sound dead and weird (like cheaper headphones often do). You can always get a cheap curtain - the heavier the better - and hang it on a reflective wall... or an area rug will work too. I usually walk around the room clapping after adding absorption... if it rings, needs more absorption... if it sounds like your hands got really small or far away - you put too much.

I realized looking at those that the ones in the office are 2'x3' not 2'x4' - the ones in the theater are 2x4. Oops.

I don't have a picture of the full set, but I have some previous ones of my home office where I used the same absorbers (last picture was during leak-test... but shows where I added one of the other panels ( finally went with three behind desk and one on the close side wall, two on ceiling, and two on opposing wall):
06-25-2019 06:27 AM
Qu1ckset
Quote: Originally Posted by VeritronX View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Qu1ckset View Post
I’️m using 240+360rad to cool my [email protected]+MOSFETs + 1080ti temps under load are CPU:55c-58c and GPU:52-55c.

I’️m planning on upgrading to either 3900x or 9900ks depending on which is better gaming, and possibly adding a second 1080ti

Are my temps going to increase by large margin ? I really don’️t want to switch my 240rad for 360 as I don’️t like the look of the route I’️d have to do for the tubing.
Just changing from an overclocked 4790K with it's mosfets being cooled to an overclocked 3900X without mosfets being cooled should be within +/- 10W and shouldn't make a noticable difference to temps, adding another ~300W videocard would make a huge difference to temps, increasing the water temp delta over ambient by over 60%. Even just getting the 9900KS would bump the temps up by a noticable amount, adding up to 100W more than your current setup if it also has it's mosfets being cooled.
Thanks for the reply , ya I’m going to look into replacing my 240 rad for a 360 rad.

I wish SLI was more supported!
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