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Cooling

How to Turn a High-Speed Gentle Typhoon Into a PWM Fan

What if you want to control the speed of your high-speed Gentle Typhoon fan? Maybe you’re tired of it going full-blast all the time. It is quite noisy after all… What to do? You could buy an expensive fan controller, but there is a better way. Actually, there are a couple of better ways, and they involve a hidden capability of your high-speed Gentle Typhoon’s PCB.

Editorials

Modding Intro I: eVGA Classified SR-2 Case

Today we are featuring a recently completed project by Spotswood: a custom wood case created to house eVGA’s high-end, dual-socket motherboard, the SR-2. Not only does it house the huge SR-2 motherboard, but it will also have a complete custom water cooling system contained within. This is truly one of the most beautiful cases I have ever seen, and it is my pleasure to present this masterpiece to the public.

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Cooling

How to Add LEDs to Your Fans

People regularly come through the cooling section of the forums asking for fans that match a certain color scheme and they’re willing to sacrifice performance to meet that color scheme. This article details a rather simple mod you can do to run those high performance fans in any color you want.

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How-tos

Jolly’s CM-690 Case Mod v2.0

It’s been 3 years since I got this CM-690 Case. With its current hardware configuration it has served me well, but alas it’s time to move forward and update both the case and some of the hardware. This will be a summary overview of my project. Enjoy!

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Cooling

Water-Cooled Router Mod Tutorial

Is your router getting too hot? Try water-cooling it! This tutorial covers everything you need to know from router selection, component selection, and putting everything together. If you like extreme cooling, this mod is for you!

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How-tos

DVD Drive Window Mod Tutorial

The goal of this mod is to put an acrylic window on to the top of a drive so you can see it operating. Obviously this is pointless unless you can see the top of the drive in the case, but if you can then it looks pretty neat!