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

  1. drade

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    Ya that is the nxzt 810. Almost bought it myself, but got the phantom instead.
     
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    I have the PSU in my FT-01 the same way and have never had a problem. Silverstone FT-01's have two 180mm intakes and they are filtered so everything runs pretty cool w/low dust. I didn't want to take any chances where the PSU may get starved of air and overheat because of a clogged filter on the bottom of the case that didn't get checked in time.

    and....

    I also like the look of it fan side up :eek:
     
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    Most part are water cooled so there is not much heat inside the case compared to air cooled rigs. In this case it wont really cause much of a big difference in the psu mounting orientation
     
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    Ah sweet as was just wondering why it was upside down I spose it makes sense that the parts are mostly WC'd

    @ Norton I've got the RV02 so similar setup to you just an extra 180mm fan on the bottom but I'm anal at keeping the filters clean (atleast every second week)
     
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    Unfortunately the FT01 has the PSU filter tacked inside the case under the PSU so I need to pull the PSU to clean it :banghead: I believe yours is set up to be serviceable easier.

    I clean mine every 2-3 weeks or so too- even pulled the upper intake and have it mounted on the outside. The original top filter setup sucked for servicing:shadedshu
     
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    yup the PSU filter is on the back outside of the case on the RV02 nice n simple to keep clean the 3 for the 180's are a little more work but nothing to strenuous to clean
     
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    new here, cool forum, found it by accident searching google...

    that's how it usually looks for me..

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    on the table I had few new items I bought for my build lately.
     
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    Welcome:toast:

    Don't forget to fill out your system specs, too.
     
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    :O So tidy man. I wish my setup was as tidy as yours, mine always has university assignments and work stuff on it. I really need to buy a second desk.
     
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    You must show us your 'puter with these new cables in it. :D
     
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    i've order some parts for a ex-girlfriend of my
    she is in 3d stuff and animations and stuff
    she needed a new rig that is fast enough for the job
    I think these do the the trick:p

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    She gonna........ hook u up with some nookie for that? :toast:
     
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    Lol, i wish! Xd
    I wish she was still mg GF, she so verry hot and we can get along so good,
    The problem is she has a boyfriend and i have a girlfriend -_-'
    She does buy battleflield 3 for me.xd
     
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    LOL what?why?
     
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    whats wrong with ocz? this ssd seems to be working just fine!
     
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    Good to hear that, I have had a hell lot of trouble with multiple OCZ SSD's (yes with updated firmware etc) bsods, regular crashes, freezes and so on! :'(
     
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    OCZ kicks ass IMO.:toast:
     
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