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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by mintgrun » Mon Jan 21, 2019 1:23 am

netaddict wrote:
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I haven't really had a chance to thank the forum members here and NightWolf for posting the Corsair H5 SF install. I had a newly purchased TVS-682 with i3, removed the i3 CPU,
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I purchased a new 7th gen i3 682 and dropped an i5 into it before I'd allocated storage pools in the 4x12TB spinners. Interesting note: a 6th gen i5 would not work in the 7th gen 682 unit. I read this thread about cooling and the H5 SF, found a unit on eBay. It arrived yesterday when the 4x16GB showed up.
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Before the RAM, I was idling at about 35C with stock 8GB and the stock cooler on the i5. After upgrading to 64GB, I was at 42C. I decided I'd go ahead and mount the H5 SF right away- before I tested any streaming.
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The only trouble I had with the install was powering both the 3-pin pump and 4 pin fan on the unit. The Y adapters I'd bought in anticipation from eBay worked well. It's a bit confusing to see 3 pin and 4 pin y adapters the 1st time. Both sockets are the same 4-pin size but one pin is missing on the 3-pin side. Since the 3-pin connection is slotted for the larger adapter, it will fit- however snuggly- leaving one of the 3 pins exposed. Feels odd, but it works.

The H5 SF comes with stand offs that work well with the 682. Screw those into the board, slide the bracket over the cooler, and use the thumbscrews to tighten in. Could not be easier. I found the hoses and connections for the liquid easy to manipulate. Spin the connections on the sync around as mentioned here and they'll form a nice S- shape with no kinks. The large fan unit fitment is best described within as '** on a bucket.' It fits so snuggly against the case that the back screw holes must be pressed inward to meet the threads on the case. Not pretty at all, but as I will report, very functional.

Once mounted and installed, I started up and began streaming. Idle temps had been down to an impressive 30.5C- 12C less. Once streaming, I would see a peak of 40.5 that would nearly instantly return back to 35C. As a test, I streamed 3 movies on 3 devices. With i5 CPU @ 80% peaks, temps did not move beyond the peak @ 40.5.
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Next for this build is 2x2TB SSDs and 2x 1 or 2TB M.2. I have one SSD and should have the other this week. I have M.2 heat syncs different from the ones the 682 comes with. I also have a small 3-pin fan I intend to use across them. I haven't put this together physically yet, but I think it'll work the way I want.
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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by rgarjr » Mon Feb 04, 2019 4:48 am

peelos wrote:
Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:11 pm
NH-L12S did not fit for me, it was a few mm too high, I believe some users manage to install the NH-L12 (non S) but they don't seem available any more.
Ive also tried the NH-L12S and yeah it is too high up.
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TS-1677x-1700 RAM= 64GB Kingston HyperX 2666MHz || SSD= 4 x 860 EVO 500GB || PSU/FAN= Corsair SF600 | 3 x NF-A9 || Noctua NH-L12 cooler with NF-A12x25 | 6 x NF-A6 || NETWORK= Emulex 10GbE SFP+
TVS-682-i7-6700K RAM= 64GB Kingston HyperX 2666MHz || SSD: 1 x 860 EVO 1TB || FAN= 1 x NF-A8 | 4 x NF-A6 | Noctua NH-L12 cooler with NF-A12x25 || NETWORK= Emulex 10GbE SFP+
TVS-682-i7-7700 RAM= 64GB Kingston HyperX 2666MHz || SSD: 1 x 860 EVO 1TB || FAN= 1 x NF-A8 | 4 x NF-A6 | Noctua NH-L12 cooler with NF-A12x25 || NETWORK= Emulex 10GbE SFP+
TVS-682-i3-7100 RAM= 16GB || SSD: 1 x 860 EVO 1TB || HDD: 1 x 2TB Seagate || NETWORK: Emulex 10GbE SFP+
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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by martinav » Fri Feb 15, 2019 6:09 am

I have a legit T3 card from my tvs-1582TU. I would like to know if it would work if I put it in a non-T TVS-1282. I know this would be entirely unsupported. But, I still would like to know if it would work. Either 6th or 7th CPU gen version. My TVS-1582TU is a 7th gen.
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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by peelos » Fri Feb 15, 2019 1:18 pm

martinav wrote:I have a legit T3 card from my tvs-1582TU. I would like to know if it would work if I put it in a non-T TVS-1282. I know this would be entirely unsupported. But, I still would like to know if it would work. Either 6th or 7th CPU gen version. My TVS-1582TU is a 7th gen.
it would likely require a bios update as 1282 and 1282T have different bios
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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by lucate » Fri Mar 01, 2019 5:33 pm

Sorry for a question
I just bought a tvs-682 with i3 processor, 7th generation.
Coincidentally at home I have an i7 6700k processor, but 6th generation.
Can I use it anyway? or do I have to buy a 7th processor?

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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by pyrotech1620 » Fri Mar 22, 2019 8:55 pm

So just wanted to share my experiences in case it helps anyway. I have a TVS-882 (250watt PSU) that came with an i5-6500. When I saw the new TVS-882 now come with a i5-7500 I reached out to QNAP support and confirmed that the version I had would not support the new CPU due to BIOS. I was told to stay in the same family of CPU. So then it came down to a i7-6700 or an i7-6700k. I was concerned about heat so was leaning toward the 6700 but after looking it up realizing it was around $400 bucks and CPU benchmarks put it way slower than the 6700k which I could get for $300 bucks I bit the bullet and bought the 6700k. Another post in this thread mentioned getting the Dynatron k618 passive cooler as it was rate up to 95 watts which is what the 6700k was so I got that as well. Total price was $340 bucks.

Temp Results: (Note my NAS sites in a cool area around 60 degrees Fahrenheit)
Temp with i5-6500 passive cooler (OEM): 45 degrees Celsius with peaks around 65 degrees
Temp with i7-6700k and passive Dynatron cooler: 50 degrees Celsius with peaks around 65 degrees
Temp with i7-6700k modded case: 37 degrees Celsius with peaks at 49 degrees

Intels Temp Range for i7-6700k:
Idle:26-35
Normal: 53-70
Max: 72

Mod:
Although with the passive cooling it did not exceed the thresholds per intel it was still a little warm. Under heavy load for long time I would be slightly concerned. After thinking about it for awhile I decided to mod the case as I could not find any good cooling solution that I felt would make a big difference due to the design of the airflow in the case for the tvs-882 or that was not liquid cooling. I ended up mounting a 120MM fan to the outside of the case right above the heat sink. First measured the location of the heat sink and marked on the case the same distance. I drilled 1 hole to screw the fan on. Once the fan was attached marked the other 3 holes once it was level. I then used a drill bit to outline the section of the blades. I then drilled probably 50 holes into the case where the fan blades would be. Drilled 1 hole above the fan to run the fan power cable to the CPU2 on the motherboard. Put the cable through the big hole, screwed the fan back on and was done. Took maybe 20-30 minutes if you got a good drill/bit. Then fan now blows cold air outside the case directly onto the CPU and due to the size of the fan also has enough air going in that it dropped the case temp 10 degrees Celsius too.

Cons to mod:
Clearly it is slightly louder with the 120mm fan on the side. The NAS seems to keep it running about 1500 RPM which is only 1/2 its full speed. If you bought a fan with a control speed you could probably reduce the noise level slightly. Now for me this isnt an issue due to the location of the NAS cant hear it either way but if it was on someones desk you would notice the increase in fan noise.

The other con is you are "damaging" the case. However with the design of it if you ever did take the 120mm off it would actually just look like a vented section of the case if you do it cleanly. Either way it is still damaging the case so if you dont want to do that then this is not a solution for you.

Summary:
I am so happy with the outcome and getting the i7-6700k. My CPU use to idle around 30-35% just with everything I have running in the background. Now it idles around 10% CPU. The device itself boots/updates/runs way faster. I can also now use 8 threads for VMs which is nice. Temp is no longer a concern. Overall it was completely worth the upgrade and mod.
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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by rgarjr » Mon Mar 25, 2019 2:34 am

Nice mod. Did you draw a pattern (template) to guide you drilling all those holes on the case?

TS-1677x-1700 RAM= 64GB Kingston HyperX 2666MHz || SSD= 4 x 860 EVO 500GB || PSU/FAN= Corsair SF600 | 3 x NF-A9 || Noctua NH-L12 cooler with NF-A12x25 | 6 x NF-A6 || NETWORK= Emulex 10GbE SFP+
TVS-682-i7-6700K RAM= 64GB Kingston HyperX 2666MHz || SSD: 1 x 860 EVO 1TB || FAN= 1 x NF-A8 | 4 x NF-A6 | Noctua NH-L12 cooler with NF-A12x25 || NETWORK= Emulex 10GbE SFP+
TVS-682-i7-7700 RAM= 64GB Kingston HyperX 2666MHz || SSD: 1 x 860 EVO 1TB || FAN= 1 x NF-A8 | 4 x NF-A6 | Noctua NH-L12 cooler with NF-A12x25 || NETWORK= Emulex 10GbE SFP+
TVS-682-i3-7100 RAM= 16GB || SSD: 1 x 860 EVO 1TB || HDD: 1 x 2TB Seagate || NETWORK: Emulex 10GbE SFP+
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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by pyrotech1620 » Wed Mar 27, 2019 6:57 pm

rgarjr wrote:
Mon Mar 25, 2019 2:34 am
Nice mod. Did you draw a pattern (template) to guide you drilling all those holes on the case?
Sadly I didnt create a template. I thought I had a good method but noticed as I was about 3/4 complete that it didnt line up perfectly. If I had to do it again, I would draw a grid and mark all the intersections to drill at. The grid size would depend on the size of the drill bit you use but would have been a lot easier and looked better if I did have to take the fan off in the future.

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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by shark1975 » Sun Jun 02, 2019 4:10 pm

I would like to replace the 250W power supply with a Corsair SF450 - in which way should I install the Corsair? Fan up or down? Or is there still a power supply alternative? The original 250W is to noisy...

Thanks.

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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by vassoura » Sat Jun 22, 2019 8:44 am

shark1975 wrote:
Sun Jun 02, 2019 4:10 pm
I would like to replace the 250W power supply with a Corsair SF450 - in which way should I install the Corsair? Fan up or down? Or is there still a power supply alternative? The original 250W is to noisy...

Thanks.
I installed mine with the fan up, because I decided to invert the airflow, at least some part of it. I'll try to post some pictures but, do excuse the amateur look...

Meanwhile, I can attest that the new 3200MHz memory kit from crucial is working and it's compatible with my TVS-682 (CT2K4G4DFS632A - 8GB kits 2x4GB / CT2K8G4DFS832A - 16GB kits 2x8GB / CT2K16G4DFD832A - 32GB - 2x16GB).
TVS-682
- CPU: i7-6700K
- RAM: 16GB DDR4 Crucial 3200MHz
- COOLER: Noctua NH-L9x65 cooler
- FANS: 2x60mm NoiseBlocker fans, 2x80mm Noctua fans, 1x120mm NoiseBlocker fan
- STORAGE: 2x500GB Crucial MX-200 M.2 SSDs (RAID1 - VM duties), 2x500GB Samsung Evo 850 SSDs (RAID1 - Qtier), QM2-2P-344 with 2x250GB NVMe PCIe Samsung Evo M.2 (Caching), 4x3TB HDDs (RAID5 - Qtier)
- GPU: MSI GTX 1050 Ti Gaming X
- PSU: SF450

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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by vassoura » Sat Jun 22, 2019 8:47 am

Here they are 👍

The M.2 SSDS are the same model, one is just the 2260 version of it. The heatsinks are leftovers from other hardware and the factory issued ones.

I know the current airflow setup isn't the best or the prettiest, but it works for me with nice temps and low noise. I highly recommended the Noctua cooler, it's doing a sterling job! 😀 But I confess to having delidded my 6700k...

In terms of the PSU area, I chose to bring air in to cool down the disks. I have an 80mm dust filter in the back. Although the cables do get in the way, with the Noctua fans at 1500rpm, a lot of air gets through. This way, I can feed the PSU and one of the GPU's fans (only a bit I know but, it's better than nothing...). The GPU itself (another leftover) was a very tight fit, especially the six pin PCIe power cable.

In my years with the TVS-682, I can say that I've fallen in love with product and its upgrade flexibility! 😁
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TVS-682
- CPU: i7-6700K
- RAM: 16GB DDR4 Crucial 3200MHz
- COOLER: Noctua NH-L9x65 cooler
- FANS: 2x60mm NoiseBlocker fans, 2x80mm Noctua fans, 1x120mm NoiseBlocker fan
- STORAGE: 2x500GB Crucial MX-200 M.2 SSDs (RAID1 - VM duties), 2x500GB Samsung Evo 850 SSDs (RAID1 - Qtier), QM2-2P-344 with 2x250GB NVMe PCIe Samsung Evo M.2 (Caching), 4x3TB HDDs (RAID5 - Qtier)
- GPU: MSI GTX 1050 Ti Gaming X
- PSU: SF450

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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by tecrp7 » Thu Jul 04, 2019 12:06 am

jman311 wrote:
Wed Dec 12, 2018 7:58 am
A question for Corsair H5 SF owners ...

I recently picked up a TVS-882 i3 and am looking into upgrading the CPU and cooler. Can anyone using the Corsair H5 SF confirm if it will fit on top of my RAM modules if they have heatsinks on them? Any photos I have come across of installations appear to be a very tight fit on top of the memory modules, and I've only seen any without heat sinks attached. Is there any clearance?

I have the Kingston HyperX Fury RAM with black heatsinks (HX421C14FBK4).

Thanks!
J
Did you ever install the H5 SF? How did the install go? Did you have to do anything special to buy anything special to make it work?I have been wanting to add water cooling to my system since my temps run a little warmer than I would like but I struggled with the cooler I put in after upgrading the CPU.

Thanks
TVS-882
HHD - 6 - 6TB Western Digital Red Pro's RAID 6
SSD - 2 - Samsung 850 EVO's RAID 1 - Qtier 2 - Samsung 850 PRO's RAID 1 - OS/Apps 2 - Samsung 960 PRO's RAID 0 - VM's (QM2-2P Expansion Card)
CPU - Upgraded to i7 6700k from i3
GPU - EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 SC GAMING, ACX 2.0 (Single Fan) 6GB GDDR5
3 - 80mm 3 - 60mm Noctua Fans 1 - NH-L12S Noctua CPU Cooler
RAM - Kingston Technology HyperX FURY 32 GB Kit + Stock 8 GB DDR4
PSU - Corsair SF600 Power Supply

Water Cooled CPU - Hydro Series™ H5 SF

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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by tecrp7 » Thu Jul 04, 2019 12:28 am

halotaibi77 wrote:
Wed Nov 21, 2018 3:48 pm
AlmightyDF wrote:
Wed Nov 21, 2018 10:08 am
bluehj wrote:
Sun Sep 02, 2018 11:15 am
AlmightyDF wrote:Has HDMI audio with Nvidia GPU's been fixed yet?
I've upgrade the last firmware 4.3.5.0684 (Public Beta) build 20180831 for my tvs-682.but nothing happened with my evga 1060 gaming 6G pass-through .
MY WIN7-VM and WIN10-VM both can't detect sound device.still no audio out.
Any update on this issue? Has it been solved??
This issue will not be solved with the firmware update. The only solution for this is to update the BIOS. Please raise a ticket with QNAP Support and refer them to this post viewtopic.php?f=318&t=144124

Also, Make sure when you raise the ticket to indicate your qnap model, and the CPU Generation. I did the same but QNAP Support sent me the BIOS Update for the TVS-682 with 7th Gen CPU and my CPU is 6th Gen. Now I am still waiting for them to send the correct one. This was on Sep. 29, 2018 and until now nothing.

Good luck.
Sorry to everyone for bringing the current discussion back a little. Since we can't PM, this is the only way to ask.

Halataibi77, did you have any problems installing the Hydro Series™ H75 into your NAS? Is it mounted internally or externally? One of the fans or both?

Thanks for any information you can provide.
TVS-882
HHD - 6 - 6TB Western Digital Red Pro's RAID 6
SSD - 2 - Samsung 850 EVO's RAID 1 - Qtier 2 - Samsung 850 PRO's RAID 1 - OS/Apps 2 - Samsung 960 PRO's RAID 0 - VM's (QM2-2P Expansion Card)
CPU - Upgraded to i7 6700k from i3
GPU - EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 SC GAMING, ACX 2.0 (Single Fan) 6GB GDDR5
3 - 80mm 3 - 60mm Noctua Fans 1 - NH-L12S Noctua CPU Cooler
RAM - Kingston Technology HyperX FURY 32 GB Kit + Stock 8 GB DDR4
PSU - Corsair SF600 Power Supply

Water Cooled CPU - Hydro Series™ H5 SF

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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by rgarjr » Thu Jul 04, 2019 12:12 pm

the only AIO that will fit is the Corsair H5 SF, any other AIO, the radiator/fan would need to be placed externally and thus more modifying.

TS-1677x-1700 RAM= 64GB Kingston HyperX 2666MHz || SSD= 4 x 860 EVO 500GB || PSU/FAN= Corsair SF600 | 3 x NF-A9 || Noctua NH-L12 cooler with NF-A12x25 | 6 x NF-A6 || NETWORK= Emulex 10GbE SFP+
TVS-682-i7-6700K RAM= 64GB Kingston HyperX 2666MHz || SSD: 1 x 860 EVO 1TB || FAN= 1 x NF-A8 | 4 x NF-A6 | Noctua NH-L12 cooler with NF-A12x25 || NETWORK= Emulex 10GbE SFP+
TVS-682-i7-7700 RAM= 64GB Kingston HyperX 2666MHz || SSD: 1 x 860 EVO 1TB || FAN= 1 x NF-A8 | 4 x NF-A6 | Noctua NH-L12 cooler with NF-A12x25 || NETWORK= Emulex 10GbE SFP+
TVS-682-i3-7100 RAM= 16GB || SSD: 1 x 860 EVO 1TB || HDD: 1 x 2TB Seagate || NETWORK: Emulex 10GbE SFP+
QSW-1208-8C 12-port 10GbE Switch

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Re: Brand New TVS-x82T!

Post by tecrp7 » Tue Jul 09, 2019 12:39 am

rgarjr wrote:
Thu Jul 04, 2019 12:12 pm
the only AIO that will fit is the Corsair H5 SF, any other AIO, the radiator/fan would need to be placed externally and thus more modifying.
Thanks. I appreciate the info.

I was going to ask you as well but I figured 2 was enough for reviving and old topic :).
TVS-882
HHD - 6 - 6TB Western Digital Red Pro's RAID 6
SSD - 2 - Samsung 850 EVO's RAID 1 - Qtier 2 - Samsung 850 PRO's RAID 1 - OS/Apps 2 - Samsung 960 PRO's RAID 0 - VM's (QM2-2P Expansion Card)
CPU - Upgraded to i7 6700k from i3
GPU - EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 SC GAMING, ACX 2.0 (Single Fan) 6GB GDDR5
3 - 80mm 3 - 60mm Noctua Fans 1 - NH-L12S Noctua CPU Cooler
RAM - Kingston Technology HyperX FURY 32 GB Kit + Stock 8 GB DDR4
PSU - Corsair SF600 Power Supply

Water Cooled CPU - Hydro Series™ H5 SF

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