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Old 18-05-13, 07:02 PM
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Thanks for that info

Yes, but I was planning on using the quiet editions, which use 0.08A each according to Corsair, so that would be okay wouldn't it at 0.64A total?

Also, as for cable management, that will not be a problem, as I will have an absolute ton of time over the summer holiday to build this, and I will be building it over most of summer to make sure that I don't do anything wrong and have to rip it all apart..

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Old 18-05-13, 07:04 PM
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Thanks for that info

Yes, but I was planning on using the quiet editions, which use 0.08A each according to Corsair, so that would be okay wouldn't it at 0.64A total?

Also, as for cable management, that will not be a problem, as I will have an absolute ton of time over the summer holiday to build this, and I will be building it over most of summer to make sure that I don't do anything wrong and have to rip it all apart..
if you went for the link, you can put the nodes where the cables meet round the back, rather than run the cables all to one point
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Old 18-05-13, 07:12 PM
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if you went for the link, you can put the nodes where the cables meet round the back, rather than run the cables all to one point
fair point, but where would I put the main control unit, because the only thing that I would have put in the drive bays would be the fan controller, and I don't think that the Link would fit behind the MB tray with all the other cables too.. This is a good idea though, so I will seriously look into it and see what the options are with this
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Old 18-05-13, 07:31 PM
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Thanks for that info

Yes, but I was planning on using the quiet editions, which use 0.08A each according to Corsair, so that would be okay wouldn't it at 0.64A total?
Yea,theoretically if you use the quiet editions you can put up to 12 fans per channel at 7V or 10 fans at 12V.
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Old 18-05-13, 07:32 PM
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fair point, but where would I put the main control unit, because the only thing that I would have put in the drive bays would be the fan controller, and I don't think that the Link would fit behind the MB tray with all the other cables too.. This is a good idea though, so I will seriously look into it and see what the options are with this
the main unit fits in a drive tray its the same size a a hdd 3.5" the others are about 8mm tall, the main reason i like it is that it wont be seen from the out side
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Old 18-05-13, 07:34 PM
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Yea,theoretically if you use the quiet editions you can put up to 12 fans per channel at 7V or 10 fans at 12V.
I would put a max of 9 on each anyway, but thanks for that
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the main unit fits in a drive tray its the same size a a hdd 3.5" the others are about 8mm tall, the main reason i like it is that it wont be seen from the out side
hmm, that's interesting.. what's the control software like for monitoring temps and controlling speeds?
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Old 18-05-13, 07:47 PM
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hmm, that's interesting.. what's the control software like for monitoring temps and controlling speeds?
its corsair link erm i did a post a while ago showing it all but i can take some screen shots and put them back on this post if you like?

and i love it tbh you can have set presets or use your own fan curves
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its corsair link erm i did a post a while ago showing it all but i can take some screen shots and put them back on this post if you like?

and i love it tbh you can have set presets or use your own fan curves
its okay, I'll have a Google and see what I can find on YouTube and pictures etc.
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Old 18-05-13, 07:55 PM
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its okay, I'll have a Google and see what I can find on YouTube and pictures etc.
i dont mind its only 2 mins of my time
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