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Crazy Fast Dan Case High-End Build

CodeBeing

Cable Smoosher
Original poster
Apr 19, 2019
12
1
Thanks!

I finally did receive my cooler from Overclocker's UK. Was just getting nervous with all the delays in shipping. I guess the Noctua fan was backordered. I just needed the Asetek cooler and could have grabbed a Noctua fan on Amazon.

So far, this thing is super fast! I'm impressed with the thermals...but it is a bit loud with the dual fan eVGA in there.

Total spent was $3130

eVGA GPU 2080ti
$1209

CPU 9900k
$475

CPU Cooler / Thermal Grease / Noctua Fan
$114

ASRock Z390 PHANTOM GAMING-ITX/AC Motherboard
$159

32gb DDR4 3200 RAM:
$200

Corsair 750 Platinum PSU
$180

1TB Samsung EVO Plus NVMe
$250

SAMSUNG 860 EVO Series 2.5" 1TB SATA
$150

Noctua NF-A9x14 PWM, 4-Pin Slim Premium Cooling Fan (92mm, brown)
$16

A4-SFX Case
$199 + $65 shipping

Custom Cables:
$115
 
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dondan

King of Cable Management
DAN Cases
Feb 23, 2015
767
2,609
If you like to reduce the noise of the EVGA card, just install MSI Afterburner and customize fan curve or get these:


These fan filters will reduce air turbulences a lot. The card will get some degrees warmer but the noise difference is huge.

Maybe you can share some pictures of your system :)
 

superarmstrong

Efficiency Noob
May 18, 2019
7
1
Thanks!

I finally did receive my cooler from Overclocker's UK. Was just getting nervous with all the delays in shipping. I guess the Noctua fan was backordered. I just needed the Asetek cooler and could have grabbed a Noctua fan on Amazon.

So far, this thing is super fast! I'm impressed with the thermals...but it is a bit loud with the dual fan eVGA in there.

Total spent was $3130

eVGA GPU 2080ti
$1209

CPU 9900k
$475

CPU Cooler / Thermal Grease / Noctua Fan
$114

ASRock Z390 PHANTOM GAMING-ITX/AC Motherboard
$159

32gb DDR4 3200 RAM:
$200

Corsair 750 Platinum PSU
$180

1TB Samsung EVO Plus NVMe
$250

SAMSUNG 860 EVO Series 2.5" 1TB SATA
$150

Noctua NF-A9x14 PWM, 4-Pin Slim Premium Cooling Fan (92mm, brown)
$16

A4-SFX Case
$199 + $65 shipping

Custom Cables:
$115
Hi,

First post here, but have been reading for a while! I've also got a Dan Case SFX v4 and the OcUK TechLabs 92mm Bundle. With a Corsair SF-600 Gold PSU installed I'm really struggling to have the included modular cables not stop the Noctua fan on the 92mm Radiator from spinning. I've bent them to hell! Anyone have any solutions for this? So far all I've considered is individually braided modular cables, but not sure if that's gonna make any difference. Any help greatly appreciated cheers.

EDIT: Sorry just realised I'm hijacking, started a new thread here.
 
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