VF700Cu Mod

Discussion in 'Overclocking, Benching & Modding' started by Lowfat, Mar 10, 2006.

  1. Lowfat

    Lowfat Xtreme

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    I'll let the pic speak for itself
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    5000rpm, 50CFM

    OCed from 520core to 585core 56°C :D
     
  2. H3X4D3C1M4L

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    Why.... isn't the VF700 stock fan radial, i.e. with the flat fins?
     
  3. Lowfat

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    the old blades had a slight curve to them. With this fan I am able to take it 11MHz higher :)
     
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    Again, too extreme. Mod of a mod haha

    Good work overall. Though if you could get a Vantec Tornado on there you'd have 119 CFM on it
     
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    Heh pretty cool, Im probibly going with the Accelero X2 next week.
     
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    I am also doing my CNPS7700Cu CPU HSF, going to put a Sanko Denki 120 109CFM on it :) Currently actually running without a fan.
     
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    Get one of those Delta 220CFM 120MM fans on there, be a man!!
     
  8. Lowfat

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    I am pretty sure the 109CFM fan will be perfectly fine :) I don't want to go deaf.
     
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    66.5 dB won't do it
     
  10. Lowfat

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    well i might not loose my hearing but my sanity will start to slip. 65dB is LOUD, and having that noise constantly on, would start to get to my nerves :duh:
     
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    So get a rheostat
     
  12. Lowfat

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    I don't see the point really if i have to turn the fan down to the same volume of the fan i will be putting on anyways.
     
  13. H3X4D3C1M4L

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    1. When you leave you can take comfort that 220CFM of air is being moved
    2. It has a static pressure increaser on it so at the same volume it'll be way more airflow
    3. Because you can
     
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    Id say reason number three is most relevent :) But hey what do I know I cant even use my 1800.. :(
     
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    i went another path & got one of those nifty zalman fan arms & mounted a 120mm fan that blows all sorts of air across that zalman cu. my wifes 6800gt runs at ultra speed & never goes above 60c. it will oc higher but there is no point at this time.
    the other upside to this setup is it also blows across all the hottest parts of the mb.
    that is a cool mod though, cant say i have not considered it;)
     
  16. H3X4D3C1M4L

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    WHat I wanna do is mount my AC furnace blower on the side of my case... I mean it blows all that air through my house imagine what I could do with JUST that and some copper heatsinks! 1600CFM!

    Funny thing is I just got my furnace replaced and the old blower is the same colour that I just painted my case with LOL
     
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    You guys don't care about noise do you? :lol:
     
  18. Lowfat

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    I can always run them @ 5V. They aren't loud then.
     
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    Huh? What? Speak up! :D :lol:
     
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    The sight of that just makes me want to throw up.
     

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