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  1. cadaveca

    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Good thing you mention temp degrees, as I was about to make a "90°" joke :D
     
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    not sure to be honest but heat rises and i have 2 top exhaust fans so i chose that position. Here are temps with the CPU at stock

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    mhm, probably this is best, coz heat air goes up easier. :) will try it later, just need to start assemble my new SB monster. :)
     
  7. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    I say it depends, if case has no top exhaust fan I would say it's better to have it facing front to back.
     
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    I agree CP but in my Phantom it seemed logical. I have 2 x 120mm on the top but am going to put a 200mm top exhaust there.
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    Yep, I would have done the same dude. Good choice, should be better that way for your setup. :toast:
     
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    Installed Corsair RAM sticks in my rig today, gave Lauren my G.Skills. (I got these sticks for next to nothing.)

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    nice one :)
     
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    And you just did it. :D
     
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    i got my memory today and they look nice =^_^=

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    i took them all with my phone, sry for the blitz ^^;
     
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    Nice pictures, but try not using the flash. Use a tripod if you have one.
    Those sticks do look nice:)
     
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    me wants that super talent memory!
     
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    The 800D got a heart transplant...

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    Nice upgrade! I sure like mine:)
     
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  18. lisburnni New Member

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    awesome, i have an ax750 in my 800D, looks at home:)
     
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    I made a few assumptions before I got the AX1200. One was that the point would match. The other was that I thought the 8-pin would reach in the 800D as did the one from my HX1000. Good thing I still had my 8-pin adapter int he box, or I would have been screwed:(
     
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    (FIH) The Don

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    LOL that is pretty bad error from corsairs side :roll:
     
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    You know that was my complaint as well. I went back and had to look at the hardware that came with the 800D. I guess as long as the adapter was free, I can't really complain. I do believe the HX1000 was out before the 800D. Sort of strange that one was longer though, I "assumed" that they would be the same. All in all, I'm still very happy with the PSU. Raised my cards a bit with the cleaner power, and I even got to drop the CPU volts a couple notches in bios. It isn't all bad;)
     
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    I adore my AX1200!
    How much room is on the bottom with that longer PSU? enough for a dual rad down there?
     
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    I have 9" from the front of the PSU frame to the back of the hard drive rack. That is w/o the plastic cover. Realistically to leave a bit of room to bend the wires from the PSU you have like 8" in the 800D
     
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    This is the reason i bought pre-braided extensions.

    That way im sorted for length, looks and i never void warranty ;)
     

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