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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Wow, very nice !

    54c down to 39.8c is a significant decrease in temperature, did you use the fan connect II headers?
    Naw, the motherboard has a fan extension card through which more fans can be controlled via the BIOS. I have three other fans pumping air into the case, 2 Noctua 140s--one at the back (CPU area as intake, not exhaust), the other at the front below the GPU rad, and one Noctua 120 in the case bottom, all 3000 RPM fans. Those are my only intake fans vs the exhaust as follows: Three fans on top that are part of the Ryujin 360, and these others that are part of the GPU rad.

    Hence, I thought to just set the two new ones slapped on the GPU rad (with the others the RGB fans on the inside) to "silent mode" in the BIOS so that they dont pump too much air out. The case now has three exhaust on top (Ryujin), four fans as exhaust via the GPU rad at the front--(2 and 2 push/pull) and only three as intake, so I just thought to put those two to a lower speed to not make the case suck in a lot of dust. That is, I dont want too much of a negative pressure imbalance.

    I could switch them to the fan connect II headers though. I dont like that my case fans really pump immediately after startup as they get those two RGB GPU fans turning passively as well as a result of the new added fans spinning--not sure if that could cause static to be pushed into the card via the RGB fans spinning passively as a result. The RGB fans do not turn at other times unless their own motors are moving them. The "silent" settings on the two fans I added do not move enough air to cause those RGB fans to move passively (except for a few seconds at start up when all of the fans really roar--as mentioned above).

    If you want I can take a photo and post it so you can see the setup. Do you think it would be better to swap them to the fan connect II headers?
    Last edited by Super Gnome; 06-26-2022 at 11:41 AM.

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    Sure, I'd love to see a picture of your pc, take some good shots of the ROG Strix 3090 Ti LC OC.

    As good of temps that you have, I doubt using the Fan Connect II headers would make much of a difference, with fans connected to the Fan Connect II headers, the fans would ramp up and down according to gpu temp.

    It's at your discretion how you want to do it.

    I started a build log with my new pc, I'm not too far with it but I got some of the time consuming things out of the way. I'll be back on it hopefully by mid next week.

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...0-TT-Tower-900

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    Wow, that is an amazing overclock Silent Scone. It's the highest overclock I've seen yet by far !


    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ROG View Post
    Hello,

    The Strix LC is interchangeable with any 4 pin PWN fan. Here are some of my own results using the default ROG RGB setup. In some instances, the card was able to maintain 2290MHz. *

    The below is using the Performance BIOS and stock fan profile.

    12900K @ 5.2GHz

    CAS30 6000MHz

    Z690 ROG APEX**

    Attachment 93646*

    Attachment 93647*

    Attachment 93648*

    Attachment 93649*

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    Here are the case from the front, from inside, the rear fan as intake, and the floor fan.
    Miniatura de Adjuntos Miniatura de Adjuntos Front.jpg  

    From inside, front.jpg  

    CPU intake.jpg  

    Bottom of case.jpg  


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Sure, I'd love to see a picture of your pc, take some good shots of the ROG Strix 3090 Ti LC OC.

    As good of temps that you have, I doubt using the Fan Connect II headers would make much of a difference, with fans connected to the Fan Connect II headers, the fans would ramp up and down according to gpu temp.

    It's at your discretion how you want to do it.

    I started a build log with my new pc, I'm not too far with it but I got some of the time consuming things out of the way. I'll be back on it hopefully by mid next week.

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...0-TT-Tower-900
    Nice! That case looks really tall! And water cooling, huh?! I've thought about doing that! Good luck!!

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    Thank you for the pictures, you have an awesome gaming pc. You have the cpu and gpu liquid cooled with excellent temps, those fans on the front made a big difference. I'm not sure how much cooler you'd get being already at a chilly 39.8c. That's all I'll be liquid cooling is the cpu and gpu.

    Have you seen the EK Vector2 ABP set for the ROG Strix 3090 Ti LC OC? It's a super nice water block.

    https://www.eteknix.com/ekwb-quantum...-gaming-strix/

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    Yeah, the two fans added definitely make a difference. Given the ambient temperature can get up to around 32 before giving in and turning the air con on, it makes sense. The cool temps are nice.

    Thanks for the link. Are you going for that water block yourself? I'm still really only a beginner myself in building computers--only three under my belt now but really enjoy researching and then going for it. If you game and like the customization options you have doing so it is definitely the way to go vs premade systems.

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    Three builds and three working systems shows you know how to put them together. Custom liquid cooling isn't too difficult but it can get expensive.

    I'll use the ROG Strix 3090 Ti LC OC as is for a little while and eventually get the Vector2 ABP. It's two water blocks in one, one for the front and one for the back which is the active back plate. While I have installed a few water blocks, this one is new to me.

    EK provides instructions and pictures how to install their hardware. They also have a torque screwdriver to ensure not to over tighten and damage anything, I got one for installing the velocity2 cpu water block as well.

    I'm looking forward to getting it installed, I hope mine overclocks as well as Silent Scone's.

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    Thanks Nate, needed to confirm that 25mm rad fan thickness. That's hard to find. Going all Corsair QL fans in my new build in the Corsair iCUE 7000x. This thread has everything I'll need for that. Cheers!

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