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post #1876 of 1995
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Originally Posted by Szadzik View Post

 

Heard of Rocket Dock and the likes? 

Yeah, they don't feel the same. Besides, I use iMessage a lot.

post #1877 of 1995
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Originally Posted by OmarCCX View Post

Yeah, they don't feel the same. Besides, I use iMessage a lot.

 

Alright, you like closed eco-systems, sorry.

post #1878 of 1995

I actually prefer Linux, but I can't use all my programs there.

post #1879 of 1995

Well, if all games runs on OpenGL, I I will use my ubuntu more often~~~

Truth is, they don't.

 

So I am stuck with windows and DX11~~~

 

Anyone have good cooler recons? My H100's fan controller is dead~~~~~~~

post #1880 of 1995
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Originally Posted by AlanHell View Post

 

 

Anyone have good cooler recons? My H100's fan controller is dead~~~~~~~

 

Why not just run the fans off a PWM header on the mobo?

post #1881 of 1995
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Originally Posted by tool462 View Post

 

Why not just run the fans off a PWM header on the mobo?


This is what I did, but just for short time. I need something that has fan control over temperature. I use to use corsair link, but I think the native CPU fan controller also works fine to me.

 

You know as a noobie headfier that have only been here for less than 2 years, I do own some open head phones that require some quiet listening. As I play music on my PC, I think even I turn off half of the fan, my PC will still be cool~~~~

post #1882 of 1995
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Originally Posted by AlanHell View Post


This is what I did, but just for short time. I need something that has fan control over temperature. I use to use corsair link, but I think the native CPU fan controller also works fine to me.

 

You know as a noobie headfier that have only been here for less than 2 years, I do own some open head phones that require some quiet listening. As I play music on my PC, I think even I turn off half of the fan, my PC will still be cool~~~~

 

If it is a PWM header you can make your own noise profile in the BIOS based on the temp of the CPU, what motherboard do you have?

 

I can help you set it up if you aren't familiar with that.

post #1883 of 1995
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Originally Posted by tool462 View Post

 

If it is a PWM header you can make your own noise profile in the BIOS based on the temp of the CPU, what motherboard do you have?

 

I can help you set it up if you aren't familiar with that.


Thank, I have ASUS Formula III (X58)

 

I believe my PWM has 2 extra header for the temperature sensor so the fan profile will be using the reading on that sensor.

Only the Qfan control is linked to the NB or CPU I think.

 

Besides, I do have a internal fan controller, so if I spend some time, I believe I can use the fan controller to get it work. But, I think it is time to give my CPU cooler an update since the H100 seems to be a little bit problematic.

 

P.S.

I have the corsair AF series fans which only have 3 pin controllers. So I believe it is been controlled by voltage/current other than PWM pules. Not sure the PWM header will work in my case~~~

post #1884 of 1995
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Originally Posted by AlanHell View Post


Thank, I have ASUS Formula III (X58)

 

I believe my PWM has 2 extra header for the temperature sensor so the fan profile will be using the reading on that sensor.

Only the Qfan control is linked to the NB or CPU I think.

 

Besides, I do have a internal fan controller, so if I spend some time, I believe I can use the fan controller to get it work. But, I think it is time to give my CPU cooler an update since the H100 seems to be a little bit problematic.

 

P.S.

I have the corsair AF series fans which only have 3 pin controllers. So I believe it is been controlled by voltage/current other than PWM pules. Not sure the PWM header will work in my case~~~

 

 

Rampage III Formula will be able to adjust voltages on the fan headers from 4.4v to 12.1v so if you can't make the BIOS Q-Fan work you could try Asus' program called TurboV Evo and use the Fan Xpert tab within the program.

 

Not saying you can't get a new cooler (I for one, hate the "all in one" "water" coolers) but just trying to help you avoid spending cash if you don't have to :)

post #1885 of 1995
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Originally Posted by tool462 View Post


Rampage III Formula will be able to adjust voltages on the fan headers from 4.4v to 12.1v so if you can't make the BIOS Q-Fan work you could try Asus' program called TurboV Evo and use the Fan Xpert tab within the program.

Not saying you can't get a new cooler (I for one, hate the "all in one" "water" coolers) but just trying to help you avoid spending cash if you don't have to smily_headphones1.gif
Well, for now, this is what I use.But I think sooner or late my pump will break, and I need something to cool my 4.2ghz six cores......

I really want to go custom cooling, but not on my old pc, gonna wait till new extremes come out.

Thanks for your help though, much appreciated
post #1886 of 1995
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Originally Posted by AlanHell View Post


Well, for now, this is what I use.But I think sooner or late my pump will break, and I need something to cool my 4.2ghz six cores......

I really want to go custom cooling, but not on my old pc, gonna wait till new extremes come out.

Thanks for your help though, much appreciated

 

No problem, shoot me a PM if you need any assistance putting together your first real loop.  I keep up to date on the stuff coming out and have probably done 200-250 loops so I can help steer you clear from any issues ;)

post #1887 of 1995
Newest addition to the computer systemss.

PowerBook G4 12" 867MHz 640mb RAM 80gb hard drive. Plan to upgrade to 1gb RAM. Works great as a portable for work spreadsheets and what not. Running Tiger.

Its my first mac that I have owned that can run X decently, and I'm absolutely loving it!
post #1888 of 1995

post #1889 of 1995

Desktop

Intel Core i7 4770K

MSI gaming Z78 GD-65

Corsair Vengeance LP (8gb)

2X ASUS GTX 680 in SLI

640GB WD caviar Black

128gb Samsung 840 Pro SSD

Samsung 27' 1920X1080 

 

Laptop

Alienware 17 

Intel Core i7 4930MX

16GB Ram

Some kind of 256 gb SSD (installed by alienware)

Some kind of 1tb HDD (installed by alienware)

Nvidia GTX 780m 4GB

17' 1920x1080 IPS display 120 HZ Nvidia 3d Vision capable 

post #1890 of 1995

Man that Samsung display is holding your $1K+ GPU setup back, Qnix QX2710 bro!

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