Of course I'd give up fan control via the Asus utilities. I've never seen the need to plug case fans into your motherboard, unless you are hooking up a fan controller and want to monitor temps. I won't hook up any of them to your motherboard. The Glacier 240 does well at keeping my computer from blue-screening while crunching Videos if my ambient temp is below 70F. I wound up choosing the 1200 cause I could cut off the Molex connectors and solder on the 3 pin connectors after sleeving the wires which i was gonna do anyway.
I have to disable the Asus app to run it at full power and it will hold the cpu temps below 72C. Here you can find extra infos : or even a. Introduction I would like to thank for supplying the review sample. It shouldn't hurt anything either way. Your computer should be able to handle that kind of ambient temperature without crashing. Each door is secured using a pair of thumb screws, which can be easily removed allowing the user to pop the door off. .
The small two pin fan power cable is for the led while the large molex is for the fan. I took a look at the Coolermaster Storm Force 230mm fans. I could easily get the 24-pin around the back but since my 8-pin was too short I chose to strap it to the tray using the supplied tie down spots. The only thing I found no mention of in the installation papers was which fan or pump to hook up to the cpu cooler fan plug. Hi guys no this is not the eisenburg it is the Glacer 240L and has a different hook up scheme and mounting hardware.
Since your temperature is high, I would recommend re-seating your cooler to make sure you have good contact. Isn't freedom of choice great? Are they supposed to be that slow? The Fan itself is meant only for the storm sniper. I'll let you know when I post it most likely Monday. The fans always turn over at 2400rpm and do not vary in speed either. The fans have a standard molex connector which can be connected to the power supply. I'd gang the two intakes front and side on one header and the others on their own. The smaller fan connector can also be connected to the power supply with a appropriate fan to molex adapter.
I was thinking that I could just short the 2pin connector with a wire and wrap that in electrical tape and then hook up the 2-pin molex to the power supply but I don't want to destroy anything by doing this. Have you stress-tested your system after overclocking to make sure it is stable? This case has four external 5. It would be helpful to know your motherboard specifications. Fans are designed to have their speed changed frequently, but a pump should be somewhat stable in its speed. If it does default to off, short-circuiting it may or may not work. This is one of the issues that makes me grind my teth when selcting cases. Above the power supply bracket are seven expansion slots and a 120mm exhaust fan.
A fan might spin at 3V, but a pump might not. It has a separate 5v cable to hookup and a pump control cable that is separate---that is the cable that I don't know what to do with. He started his online career in 1996, when he launched Clube do Hardware, which is one of the oldest and largest websites about technology in Brazil. The only variable that effects this is the ambient temp so it is the most important factor pushing me to go to push pull configuration if it will help with Higher ambient temps coming this summer. I got a scythe slipstream slim fan for that last spot. If your system blue-screens with an ambient temperature of 74 degrees F, installing a push-pull configuration instead of your current configuration probably isn't your biggest worry. But I am still in the dark about which device to hook up to the speed sensing plug from the 3 way splitter.
The shop carries quite a few exclusive parts and devices from all around the world and it is also the official distributor for a long list of well known manufacturers. System Name Old Skool Processor E6750 3. I'd just hook up the molex connector to the power supply and take it from there. The rear fan is powered of the motherboard and just tied up for cleanliness. Its my first water cooler so any help appreciated. With the large hole and the bump out on the rear door, there is no issue with getting even the fattest cables hidden and where you want them.
The bay covers are meshed and have air filters attached to them. Also you didn't specified if your board has a 4pin cpu header or only 3pin header. Lots of things can impact your cooling, so an increase in ambient temperature to 74 degrees F is probably not the big problem. Mea culpa for not adding content also for Glacer since I added a review here. The installation requires minor removal of the front bezel, top bezel and moving some cables for an easy 15 minute installation.
The design is a bit blander and this becomes more evident when placing the two side by side. This gives the user a great deal of flexibility, though we were very pleased with the single 200mm fan. The case supports one additional fan on its front panel, or you can replace the 120 mm fan with a 200 mm fan. All trademarks used are properties of their respective owners. The fourth fan is 140 mm x 25 mm. Asus boards is typically 2 amps per header.
You can also check page 3 from for more appropriate understanding. This fan cools down the hard drive cage or the video card, if you remove the cage more on this later. Even if you say double that, you're under 2 amps with 2 fans ganged together. So, your installation is a correct one. Thanx---Bitbob bitbob if you're referring to Eisberg 240L Prestige than you might have to use the low-voltage splitter cable as shown and for the better results you can check this. You probably need to adjust your voltage more for your system to be stable. It was sitting in its box since the week it was released because my previous power supply wasnt up to powering it.