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  1. t77snapshot

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    I made a small change to the clubs OP:

    Member list is now in Alphabetical Order!


    Well thats cool! SLI is gonna look sweet in your rig.:toast: Post pics when you get it!
     
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    After upgrade, h50 and corsair dominator gt 2133, this is my tempest evo.

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    Very nice. I'm becoming a fan of RAM fans, although I think more for aesthetic than practical reasons.

    Yours looks very cool. :cool:
     
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    Oh i will forsure! Gotta wait for the h50 and the second 8800gts though! Ill be sure to get better pics next time too :) Those were taken with my droid x but usually it only takes good pic's with flash on :mad:
     
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    Welcome to the club spectrus77:toast:

    That is a sick Evo my friend, excellent c/m and I like the white cathodes on the white fans! Did you sleeve the cables yourself or have them custom done? (extensions?)
     
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    Thanks t77snapshot, this cables by nzxt extesions.
     
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    i got a dirt cheap offer on a M59 with a ton of fans and a nzxt sentry 2 fancontroller for 40$ total

    so that is whats gonna house my new rig :)
     
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    have fun with it, it is a nice little thing
     
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    oh i will :D ordered a 24pin nzxt cable aswell, gonna get extensions for the rest of the cables wheni get money again
     
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    Have fun building the damn sucker Don!
     
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    Damn! That's a crazy good deal Don:rockout: can't wait to see some pics.

    Awesome! I will add it to the OP.:)
     
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    Hey guys got a question for all you NZXT case owners. Are the stock fan's any good? Im going to have mt h50 with ultra kaze 2000's as the rear intake and ill have my stock rear exhaust for a top exhaust along with the other stock 140mm. Then ill have the stock side intake running cool air into my 2 8800gts's and then the stock intake on the front bottom.

    Is this gonna be a ok fan setup, and would it be worth it to upgrade all my fan's to something like this or some r4's?
     
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    I'm running those Xiggy fans on my H50 intake and side panel right now.:p The Xig fans move a lot air but IMO are kinda loud. The stock Nzxt fans are decent and I believe they use a sleeve bearing which can over time cause an annoying sound (or at least that's what my stock Nzxt fans did,)

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    Those look pretty sweet! How about a dark shot? How do those fans illuminate? Also why did u take off your fan filter on the side intake?
     
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    yeah cant wait to get it all together, should have MB, cpu, ram, gfx's and case by monday/tuesday

    then gotta order psu, HD, monitor, and KB tuesday, so byt firday the latest it should be together:toast:
     
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    Be sure to post some pic's after its all put together!
     
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    I dug up a couple pics of the xig fan for ya.....quality not so great, but you get the idea;) I took the filter off for more air flow.

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    Damn! so you have another whole new build in the works uh?:toast:
     
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    Nice to hear the good news!
     
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    thank you :toast:

    i got a nice offer from KieX on these things

    EVGA 3xSLI board, yes the ugly one :shadedshu
    golden i7 920 D0
    3x1gb ram
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    all for a very good price.
     
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    Does taking the fan filter off actually allow for that much more airflow? Im thinking I need to do this when I get my second 8800gts cause those things are gonna be smuggled together and could use the airflow they can get :)
     
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    changing the fan would yield better results
     
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    yeah im sure it would but this is a easy free thing to do that would help out a little bit ;)
     

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