Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
very nice dude
That CPU cooler looks awesome!
I think there is a "that's what she said" joke in here somewhere.
i got a new Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z/Gen3 bcs i sent my other one to rma, so it was mounting time today ^^
i think the image quality is nice, when u think about i took them with my LG Optimus 2x ^^;
I think the loop will look so good!
@ puma99dk|, nice close up of the socket. I wish I'd had that when I was doing my sketchup modelling.
well than it's too late now, but i am still a little amazed myself that my phone took so good pics
These fans rock! The pressure and how quiet they run on the Corsair H100 is unbelievable.
Note* these fans have a 4 pin connector that cant be used on the H100 module. Plus, it wont work on the Corsair D650 case fan controller as there is only a 3 pin connection. The mobo's fan headers work very well and keep these gems whisper quiet.
strange how they moved the notches from the fan blades to the beige support framework arms on that model.... i'd imagine that would generate extra turbulence and noise but im sure noctua have done their homework
Look at the blades on the rear of the housing.... They are staggered at different degrees and trust me these things push alot of air and quiet too
You got a model number?
Why does Noctua have to use that colour scheme? They have some of the best fan tech but the colour scheme and the price keep me far, FAR away
I got a 140 mm that mounts to a 120 mm mounting ststem.
The twin 120MM rad fans are stupidly SICK BRO!
Operation is probably similar in concept to Silverstone's Air Penetrator models.
*Note- Turbine pumps, jet engines and such use combinations of rotary and stationary vanes in their designs so the technology is well established
I have to agree. Very awesome fans but damn!! they are fugly.
I thought this photo I took was good since it was the first time using the camera.
Will have to see what I can do now that I know how to use the camera.
They aren't the only one's with the 140/120 fan, i don't doubt they're quiet but they still aint for me. For my money it's Scythe GT's, even with their blah gray blade's
Of course, those are basically supersized fan's More often than not solution's to problem's already exist. It's just a matter of making the correlation/connection
And pricey! Did i say pricey?
Edit: Guess i'll get some pic's in and quit crappin' the thread, my humble rig
That's over half of 9000!!!!!!!!
Maybe you should consider turning around that Scythe/Servo fan, in order to let it "push" (instead of "pulling") the air through. Good fan choice, btw.
Direct CU II card, right? Wondering why you decided to change the cooler on it. Did you need slot room?
I would but it wouldn't be conducive to case airflow, it would actually contradict flow. Have a closer look at how the ventilation is setup in the case. It's desktop style HTPC so it lay's flat. Gotta go with the flow! You may notice the scavenged 775 PWM fan hiding under the PSU cable's blowing on the frontside of the card Great fan's just PO'd they discontinued them Temp's/noise is actually quite good IMO
No sir, eah5870 v2 stock cooler was LOUD! Swapped the Thermalright temp's & noise dropped substantially! Also partly needed the pcie1x slot that sit's directly under the top pciex16 slot, in that pick my Xonar is in the bottom slot trying to see if slot choice was causing my sound issue's.
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