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{Project: Freeman} T77's Build Log / Benchmarks

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by t77snapshot, Dec 10, 2010.

  1. Velvet Wafer

    Velvet Wafer New Member

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    "very" good?
    what word do you use for deltas and the like? :p
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    Most of the Delta's I've seen have been too loud for my tastes. I like my San Aces, but they have a slightly metallic sound at 5v (where I run them 99% of the time). Panaflos are nice, too.
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    Good stuff, MOAR pics!:toast:
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    Good job t77! Makes my Tempest look fugly in comparison!
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    mine are from EBM-Papst, and i can only say they vibrate quite strong, but if the vibration is
    dampened, they are silent except from the sounds of rushing air ;)
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    Small price for awesome cooling!
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    Today the overclocking begins! I will start with the stock clocks of 2.8Ghz so I can log the before temps.

    idle temps @2800mhz

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    load temps @2800mhz

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    Those temps look freakin' great bro. :rockout:
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    They certainly do! :rockout::rockout: Good luck t77!!!
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    Indeed, and i think one day i will mod the fans with a piece of rubber in each corner, so they have their silencers already integrated! ;)
    But regarding the pricing... EBM-Papst should be one of the most expensive fans i know.
    Just look up "EBM Papst 4414N", the cheapest i found one for, was about 30$
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    Those are awesome temps, I'm sure overclocking will be amazing with this setup. :toast:
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    I've got some san ace thermally controlled fan's if your looking for performance yet quiet. They are 120mmx38mm fan's that are good on rad's and being thermally controlled when your chip is under loado they will speed up to cool better and when your rig is idle the fan's will slow down because their isn't the heat there.

    Let me know if you wan't them, im needing to get some money for a new PSU for my rig.
  14. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    looks good so far alot cleaner than my normal builds. just a little thing but what if the 2 different color oranges were hot and cold...idk i always thought it would be cool to try but i dont bother with anti kink...
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    Thank you for the offer, but I prefer to manually control the speed of my fans. I will look into these San Ace fans anyway and see how well they run on different voltage settings. Some fans are not controller friendly, they can produce really annoying noise at for example 5v.
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    Anywhere from 0-30c the fan's spin at 1300rpm, then from 30c-40c they slowly ramp up to a total speed of 2600rpm giving you 102cfm. Im debating on mounting them on my h50 or if i should just sell them. Decisions decisons, upgrades upgrades :laugh:
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    You just need to paint the red parts of your cards orange now.
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    I am interested in your question, but I don't fully understand what your asking? hot and cold:confused:

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    I myself have never liked the anti-kink coils, but it was the only option to incorporate the color Orange in the tubing because 7/16ID, 5/8OD fails to exist in the color Orange.:shadedshu

    You know a few people have mentioned that....I have decided not to mess with the stock coolers because I do not want to void any existing warranties.:eek: However I was thinking of placing Orange transparent film over it to help hide the red color maybe.
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    I'm only guessing, but I think he meant water temp as it's flowing around the loop. Hot going into the rad and cold coming out of it, etc.
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    Exactly what I mean :)
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    But then he would need to run UV lighting just for hot or cold. I personally like the UV reactive coils, but hey it's your computer :p Also im only 16 so usually kid's like all that flashy lighting stuff :eek:
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    No uv light is uv light its going react with the coils
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    Yeah, but as far as i know he was just planning on running the orange cathadoes with the non UV reactive coils.
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    No, hardware failure seems to find me all the time:mad: and I have always taken very good care of my stuff. Just my bad luck of the draw I guess.:rolleyes:
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