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Old 25-01-15, 09:58 PM
patricia2626 patricia2626 is offline
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water cooling help

I want to water cool my cpu and gpu gtx and I want good one but I want silence and cold and I want to add a water cooling fan controller to keep silent when there no load and then silent for normal or idle work?

I want to get kit is there any good ones out there i want to add a water cooling fans controller?

Are this good controller fans do they work with any system

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Old 25-01-15, 10:47 PM
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you have an asus motherboard so you dont need to waste money on a fan controller. All you need to do is fo into bios and into the fan control settings and you can adjust each fan individually and link them to either motherboard, cpu or gpu temps.

I have my board controlling 6 fans on my rads all running at 60% idle 70% when it warms up a bit and 80% when my cpu goes over 70 degrees.
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Old 25-01-15, 11:10 PM
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You can run 11 system and watercooling fans from the CPU header on the motherboard if you use a Phanteks PWM controller. It allows 11 three pin fans to be PWM controlled by the BIOS depending on CPU temperature.

As for a kit - nope. You'll need to buy a CPU waterblock, a GPU waterblock, a pump, reservoir, and two 240mm radiators separately. Start reading some reviews to see what kit you like.
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Old 27-01-15, 12:34 AM
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I dont know what the VI hero is like but the VII hero in OS using qfan does not read the temp from the actual cores it reads from the mboard so it displays around 10-13c cooler than the actual core temps, if you can offset this using the bios/qfan tool then you shouldnt need a fan controller.

I'm running 10 fans from 2 headers on my VII hero on adjustable automated curves without having to buy any additional hardware (except splitters)

How much rad space are you thinking about having, with the right loop and some planning you can have it so you never neef to run your fans above 40-55% ish
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