I hate thinking of thread titles...
case: Lian-Li 6077b, my first Lian-Li
No "humm" after my treatment..
cpu: 3500+ winchester, AC Freezer 64.
mobo: DFI Lanparty UT nF4 Ultra-D with Thermalright HR-05 SLI
ram: 2x512Mb cheapo
GPU: X300SE 64Mb, the cheapest passive card i could find.
hdd: Samsung 250Gb sata, ATM external and connected with a shielded cable. ItÂ´s external because i needs to test some enclosures and i canÂ´t hear the HDD from inside the case.
mCubed Vertical Silence enclosure as im writing this.
soundcard: ESI Juli@
ODD: samsung dvd-rw lightscribe, though i ahve no use for lightscribe..
psu: NeoHE 430, ducted to top fan hole.
fans: 2x 80mm Nexus.
CPU: folding 24/7 it stays at 46Â°c. The latest BIOS update included a CPU temp sensor calibration option, it is now showing the same temp as the hottest part of the exposed bit of the heatspreader, i adjusted it +8Â°c.
GPU: 45Â°c on the heatsink.
Chipset: 52Â°c measured from the heatsink.
intake air: 24Â°c
exhaust air: 36Â°c
PSU exhaust: 34Â°c
The HDD is external ATM because im going to do the enclosure roundup, i canÂ´t compare noise if its inside the case because i cant hear the HDD from there
ThereÂ´s a lot of BeQuiet! damping in this one, most of the surfaces also has a 4mm layer of bitumen under the Be-Quiet stuff.
The case has a bottom intake so i made a front for it out of 6mm polycarbonate and put some tinting film on the inside, matches the hifi quite nicely
Putting the stuff inside..
Putting the film on, thats a 4mm piece of scrap acrylic. I remade it out of some 6mm PC scrap wich is better
ThereÂ´s still wrinkles in it after four tries, oh well itÂ´s the cheapest film i could find...
As i said, lots of damping material..
The chipset and the Titan fan, its running about 1500RPM and is inaudible. Heatsink mounted with nuts and bolts. where can i buy spare pushpins?
Without a fan running, on idle
Polycarbonate duct for PSU, intake from top hole.
Spooky reflection of me, viewer discretion advised...
CPU heatsink, running 750rpm and it's inaudible.
Outside views, didnÂ´t really get a proper picuter of the front panel. Its black, but you can see thru it if theres light inside the case. ATM i donÂ´t have any light in there
You can see the wrinkles here...
The pic is way too unclear too.
Rear view, the fans are running about 950rpm and the PSU is not ramping up. Barely audible. Fan grilles cut out.
HDD, mCubed Vertical Silence enclosure as im writing this. External temporarily and only because im comparing enclosures and i canÂ´t hear the HDD from inside the case!
Im happy with how it turned out, itÂ´s just barely audible from 1m away where im sitting and IMo it looks great inside and out
The case itself was a pleasure to work with, very easy cable management, top exhaust ready for PSU duct, plenty of space, removable mobo tray, and i didnÂ´t cut myself even once!
No aluminium humming, though itÂ´s realy no surprise considering the fact that i added more damping material to the case than what it originally weighed
I probably forgot some vital information again, as i usually do.
Oh, hereÂ´s a pic of a frog that i took a couple days ago.
edit: added typos and a less stupid title. edit on edit: I donÂ´t have anything else to do so i changed the title again.