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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

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    for now....just m59 :rolleyes:

    dunno how the outcome will be, might not do it until the weekend, long days at work and such, takes up all my time :(
     
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    NEG, ambient temps are 74 deg due to the heater.

    At the end of summer when i got this cooler it would full load at 71 deg and thats with 88 deg outside and 72 inside
     
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    The corsair A70 with 110CFM fans push/pull is a beast man! i love it!
     
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    Hmm, I didn't even get those temps with a lapped TRUE copper with less voltage too. Although, the TIM had not been thermal cycled yet (I mounted and ran this test) plus I only had a single fan not a push/pull.

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    I seriously SWEAR by this cooler! its running with MX-2 paste and two 110CFM zalmans push/pull in my HAF 932

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    I am going to to buy a new Radeon HD6850 (here is the Palit Radeon HD4850 sonic yet).
     
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    Gosh dam your rig is sexy!

    Hey bro that looks pretty good! What CPU cooler is that? That thing looks frickin huge!(no thats what she said jokes lol) What's the strap around the PSU for?
     
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    The CPU Cooler is Scythe Ninja 2 with 1x120mm Xigmatek Blueline.
    http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products/cpu-cooler/ninja-2.html
    http://www.xigmatek.com/product.php?productid=80

    The PSU is Corsair TX650W

    The case is Lancool K62 by Lian Li
    This strap is... is the equipment of this case ;)

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4XCT9yibwQ
     
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    Nice rig and pics. I had that board and just sold it recently. It was a workhorse for sure with two XFX 5770s. All you have to do now is make with the tie-wraps and neaten up the cables. :laugh:
    Jakeman97 :toast:
     
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    Did you have an Asus M3A78-T?

    I know that a cable menagment in my case is bad but... ;)

    BTW
    It's been brewing in my town

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    Yes I had an M3A78-T. As I said it was a great board and was my main rig until I built the one I'm on right now. :toast:
     
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    You would hate my server. I just don't give a shit. I have 4 side fans in my stacker, 2 in front, 1 on top, and 1 in the rear, and I just shove the cables out of the airflow path. I don't need pretty, I functional. It's easier for me to swap out cables, or test drives when needed when the cables aren't buried out of site.

    Not if you need to swap cables. Bad sata cables happen a little more often in servers with swapping going on. I need to get a damn controller card so I don't have to swap so much. Stupid ICH9R not supporting port multipliers. :mad:

    Did you ever mention how you like your Rokits?
     
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    I could swap a sata cable very easily. Pop the back cover off the case off and you're right there to remove and reinstall.

    And if you need to test drives all the time, get the CM 690 II advanced with the hot swap docking bay on the top of the case like I did ;)

    Of course, now I have a benching station so it's amazingly easy but before that-

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