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Btw what are those cables plugged into the back of your case?
 
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Memory 32GB (4 x 8GB) Corsair 3200 C16 Dominator Platinum OC to 3733 16-16-16-32-48
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Storage Samsung Evo 970 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD, Intel 660P 2TB NVMe M.2 SSD , Samsung 2TB 860 QVC
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Case Thermaltake View 71
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Power Supply Seasonic Titanium 1000W with cable mods cables
Mouse Corsair Dark Core SE & Logitech G815 Keyboard
Keyboard Logitech G815
Software wIn 10 Pro possibly Manjaro at some point
oh those are my work around for the time being. My case is a Thermaltake view 71 and on the front I/O it has 2 x USB 2.0 and 2 x USB 3.0.
I have 2 USB 3 headers on the MB and didnt want to lose the extra 2 USB 3 ports and the USB 3.1, so just bought some quick pcie slot type and fitted them in. Only Until I can figure out a way to turn the front USB 2 into USB 3, as the front I/O has this funky pcb board setup

 
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Storage lots of SSD.
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Ok that makes..... I was like man you went through a lot of trouble trying to make your system look nice and bam big thick cables running in front your gpu.

I like that new view 51 but the airflow seems to suck...... I guess with an open loop on both the gpu and cpu it would be a fine case though.

I switch parts way too frequently for it to be worth doing an open loop.... I even swap cases about every 2 years.
 
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Case Thermaltake View 71
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Power Supply Seasonic Titanium 1000W with cable mods cables
Mouse Corsair Dark Core SE & Logitech G815 Keyboard
Keyboard Logitech G815
Software wIn 10 Pro possibly Manjaro at some point
yeah i know, just didnt want to lose 3 USB's. if I can figure out a way to sort the front I/O I'll likely get some header to USB connectors and run them out of the back of the MB or something.
I'm not happy with them but as my mobility etc is taking a hit right now I've not got round to doing anything more with them

Not looked into anything new as such. I picked up this case used, but the guy only had it about 7 months and then decided he wanted to go mini, so I got it for £90 and with not a mark on it I was well pleased.
The new 51 looks very nice but I've not checked out any thermals for it as yet
 
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Here are some proper pics of my PC case:

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Got sick and tired of tight clearances after three years in the M1. Might use the case again in the future, might not. Meanwhile, I moved into the TJ08 with better cooling. Might need to fly again this year, so I might use my old parts in the M1 instead. Maybe the 4790K and 1070 will come back alive, maybe not. We'll see.

Who knows, maybe Noctua beige is finally on its way out. It's a shame that the DRP4 doesn't take regular fans.

 
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Got sick and tired of tight clearances after three years in the M1. Might use the case again in the future, might not. Meanwhile, I moved into the TJ08 with better cooling. Might need to fly again this year, so I might use my old parts in the M1 instead. Maybe the 4790K and 1070 will come back alive, maybe not. We'll see.

Who knows, maybe Noctua beige is finally on its way out. It's a shame that the DRP4 doesn't take regular fans.

Beautiful computer mate, love Silverstone chassis!

I used to own a RV02-BW, it's costly or i would have a ST case now :D
 
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Got sick and tired of tight clearances after three years in the M1. Might use the case again in the future, might not. Meanwhile, I moved into the TJ08 with better cooling. Might need to fly again this year, so I might use my old parts in the M1 instead. Maybe the 4790K and 1070 will come back alive, maybe not. We'll see.

Who knows, maybe Noctua beige is finally on its way out. It's a shame that the DRP4 doesn't take regular fans.
That is beautiful picture of the case, damn your photography composition is great for the case. Nice cable management with those blue custom cable too. I love silver stone cases, I wish they focus on classic like these again. Rare sight to see a 5.25 inch bay and that 2.5 inch floppy slot. Its not often I see aluminum silverstone too. That dark rock fits so well there. I think you can travel with a TJ08, need a bigger bag.
 
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Got sick and tired of tight clearances after three years in the M1. Might use the case again in the future, might not. Meanwhile, I moved into the TJ08 with better cooling. Might need to fly again this year, so I might use my old parts in the M1 instead. Maybe the 4790K and 1070 will come back alive, maybe not. We'll see.

Who knows, maybe Noctua beige is finally on its way out. It's a shame that the DRP4 doesn't take regular fans.

Beautiful build, but my OCD couldn't handle the CPU Cooler being upside down.
 
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Beautiful build, but my OCD couldn't handle the CPU Cooler being upside down.
I had that brilliant idea too, but the rubber pads that allow the 120mm and 135mm to sit properly on the heatsink are stuck onto that side only.
 
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Memory G.Skill Trident Z RGB 2x16 GB DDR4 3600, CL16-19-19-32-48-1T, 1.4 V
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Got sick and tired of tight clearances after three years in the M1. Might use the case again in the future, might not. Meanwhile, I moved into the TJ08 with better cooling. Might need to fly again this year, so I might use my old parts in the M1 instead. Maybe the 4790K and 1070 will come back alive, maybe not. We'll see.

Who knows, maybe Noctua beige is finally on its way out. It's a shame that the DRP4 doesn't take regular fans.

Ah great, finally I see another inverted design case. I love these and I wouldn't buy a "normal" case again.
 
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I have my old Stacker STC-01 that I've been thinking about migrating to for old times sake. Its setup in BTX too. Its great if you have a hot GPU, it doesn't affect your CPU at all. My current setup is a wind tunnel, and its tough to beat. I will use it again one day though, that's why I still have it and most of its pieces.. and it has castor wheels that are awesome :rockout:
 
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Display(s) NOW LG 27MP38 1980X1080 IPS/OLD Philips Brilliance 220CW 1680x1050 CCFL Monitor ( DEFUNCT)
Case NOTHING no case
Audio Device(s) Onboard
Power Supply CORSAIR SF450 PLATINUM
Mouse Elecom wireless mouse
Keyboard Logitech Mk240 Nano Wireless Keyboard
Software Windows 10 Pro/Enterprise
Benchmark Scores Don't know any benchmark. It runs good enough for me.
Just upgraded my Aftershock Forge 15R to 64GB ram from its stock 8GB. Repasted it to MX2. It took longer than I thought to repaste, it is not straight forward like desktop. I wonder if I made a mistake repasting as it is difficult to unscrew the heatsink screw and I have wear the screw a bit after the screw driver cam like 3 times, I rethink my options as I do not want to wear the screw heads further for this new laptop. I figured out going with a bigger screwdriver to provide more torque did the trick, it did Still ughhh I was careful using exact screw head but is still wear the head. I hope I can find spare heatsink screw or maybe a spare assembly for future mods.

I forget to take the picture of out the factory thermal paste application, basically filled with a large amount of thermal paste which I think its done by spread method. Trying to paste with out with my normal line method it make sense to spread it out, it hard to get a good coverage with just pressure from the heatsink from pushing it and those little screws. Laptop is configured with deskstop 3900x shown below with an RTX 2070 max performance edition basically a better binned RTX 2070 that allow higher clocks at lower power. I am not sure if the repasting improve temps as it hard to know even from before results as the 3900x would just clock higher with more headroom but based on Cinebench number its lower somehow?

I am happy with this laptop it is so powerful but the look it just understated clean look without the "gaming look".


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Just upgraded my Aftershock Forge 15R to 64GB ram from its stock 8GB. Repasted it to MX2. It took longer than I thought to repaste, it is not straight forward like desktop. I wonder if I made a mistake repasting as it is difficult to unscrew the heatsink screw and I have wear the screw a bit after the screw driver cam like 3 times, I rethink my options as I do not want to wear the screw heads further for this new laptop. I figured out going with a bigger screwdriver to provide more torque did the trick, it did Still ughhh I was careful using exact screw head but is still wear the head. I hope I can find spare heatsink screw or maybe a spare assembly for future mods.

I forget to take the picture of out the factory thermal paste application, basically filled with a large amount of thermal paste which I think its done by spread method. Trying to paste with out with my normal line method it make sense to spread it out, it hard to get a good coverage with just pressure from the heatsink from pushing it and those little screws. Laptop is configured with deskstop 3900x shown below with an RTX 2070 max performance edition basically a better binned RTX 2070 that allow higher clocks at lower power. I am not sure if the repasting improve temps as it hard to know even from before results as the 3900x would just clock higher with more headroom but based on Cinebench number its lower somehow?

I am happy with this laptop it is so powerful but the look it just understated clean look without the "gaming look".


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so you have a 3900x in a laptop? WOW!
 
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Just upgraded my Aftershock Forge 15R to 64GB ram from its stock 8GB. Repasted it to MX2. It took longer than I thought to repaste, it is not straight forward like desktop. I wonder if I made a mistake repasting as it is difficult to unscrew the heatsink screw and I have wear the screw a bit after the screw driver cam like 3 times, I rethink my options as I do not want to wear the screw heads further for this new laptop. I figured out going with a bigger screwdriver to provide more torque did the trick, it did Still ughhh I was careful using exact screw head but is still wear the head. I hope I can find spare heatsink screw or maybe a spare assembly for future mods.

I forget to take the picture of out the factory thermal paste application, basically filled with a large amount of thermal paste which I think its done by spread method. Trying to paste with out with my normal line method it make sense to spread it out, it hard to get a good coverage with just pressure from the heatsink from pushing it and those little screws. Laptop is configured with deskstop 3900x shown below with an RTX 2070 max performance edition basically a better binned RTX 2070 that allow higher clocks at lower power. I am not sure if the repasting improve temps as it hard to know even from before results as the 3900x would just clock higher with more headroom but based on Cinebench number its lower somehow?

I am happy with this laptop it is so powerful but the look it just understated clean look without the "gaming look".


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What about the power brick(s)? How many Watts?
 
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Display(s) NOW LG 27MP38 1980X1080 IPS/OLD Philips Brilliance 220CW 1680x1050 CCFL Monitor ( DEFUNCT)
Case NOTHING no case
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Power Supply CORSAIR SF450 PLATINUM
Mouse Elecom wireless mouse
Keyboard Logitech Mk240 Nano Wireless Keyboard
Software Windows 10 Pro/Enterprise
Benchmark Scores Don't know any benchmark. It runs good enough for me.
so you have a 3900x in a laptop? WOW!
Yep this would be replacing my deskstop Ryzen 1700 I sold.



What about the power brick(s)? How many Watts?
Brick is pretty slim for this laptop monster. 230w brick. Yeah...still amazing feat having a deskstop class 3900x and Rtx 2070 in a 15 inch laptop with that 230w. Both components are power limited, the 3900x is running at eco mode, I can't quite check that out in Cpu-z though.



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Cooling stock | 92MM Heatsink RGB
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My 775 Build and my Laptops (Lenovo X131e and Hp X360 Pavilion minus my Hp Elite 8460p)

 
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Excuse the potato grade pics,obviously I rather spend money on my PC than phones/cameras.:D

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Built this PC 1 year ago,at least most of it but its still getting some upgrades. 'GPU upgrade later this year,hopefully.'

I kinda like this case tho it does have certain issues when building,like the bottom fans get in the way and quite a pain in the ass once they are in.
Well at least I could hide cables behind them.
Also have to clean the glass panel fairly often due to the small space between the glass panel and the case so the dust gets in.

I'm okay with RGB as long as its set to 1 maybe 2 colors and its not overkill,I tend to change the color every few weeks but this is how I use it most of the time.

Thought I would do a small update.

Sadly I did not get new hardware but I did get a new desk+chair setup since the last year.

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Got both the chair and the desk for basically free,only had to do a bit of DIY repairs here and there but nothing we couldn't handle,other than that they are in fair condition.
Apparently some ppl at my father's workplace wanted to throw them away but my father asked them if its okay if he takes these home for me.:)

Cable management at the back still needs some work to be done but that can wait for now.

Most likely I won't be able to upgrade any piece of hardware this year thanks to the world 'situation' +me having a workplace accident back in March and now I'm on a tight budget so this was very welcome.
 
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Got my custom cables :D
 

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Power Supply Corsair CX750M
Mouse Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury
Keyboard CM Storm QuickFire Pro Cherry MX Black
Software Windows 10 Pro x64
Bought the cheapest casing I could buy. This is what I got; bend EVERYWHERE. Look at IO and first expansion slot too. Well this is what I got when you can't go to shop because of movement restriction order.

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I just knock it with my son wooden hammer

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And I bought a used 3600 with budget B450. The price is quite a steal as for this money brand new I can only get 2600 + crappy A320 with no VRM heatsink

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The front of the case don't have any vent holes so I removed the gaudy LED 'RGB' strip so now it have vent holes

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Its finished, doesn't look too bad for $20 case with only ONE 3.5 inch drive bay. The 2.5 inch I need to screw it to the case that way, I think that is the way to do it since it fits perfectly with 2.5 inch drive and the case claimed it have two 2.5 inch drive 'bay'. The back end of soundcard is bend upwards because of USB 3.0 header is hitting the soundcard.

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I cant use IO shield because the bend is so bad, just look at it.

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System Name Gaming PC / I7 XEON
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Cooling X61 Kraken / X61 Kraken
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Video Card(s) Gainward GLH 1080 / MSI Gaming X Radeon RX480 8 GB
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Case Corsair Graphite Series 780T / Corsair Obsidian 750 D
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Keyboard Razer BlackWidow Chroma / Razer BlackWidow Chroma
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Bought the cheapest casing I could buy. This is what I got; bend EVERYWHERE. Look at IO and first expansion slot too. Well this is what I got when you can't go to shop because of movement restriction order.

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I just knock it with my son wooden hammer

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And I bought a used 3600 with budget B450. The price is quite a steal as for this money brand new I can only get 2600 + crappy A320 with no VRM heatsink

View attachment 157885

The front of the case don't have any vent holes so I removed the gaudy LED 'RGB' strip so now it have vent holes

View attachment 157886

Its finished, doesn't look too bad for $20 case with only ONE 3.5 inch drive bay. The 2.5 inch I need to screw it to the case that way, I think that is the way to do it since it fits perfectly with 2.5 inch drive and the case claimed it have two 2.5 inch drive 'bay'. The back end of soundcard is bend upwards because of USB 3.0 header is hitting the soundcard.

View attachment 157887

I cant use IO shield because the bend is so bad, just look at it.

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well you did a preatty good job on the case!
 
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Video Card(s) Quatro P4000 / MSi 290x Lightning
Storage 1tb Samsung 970 EVO,500gb,750gb / Crucial 128gb SSD
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Power Supply Corsair tx650w / Corsair tx750w
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Got my leds but not sure if I like them now that I have them.
Never had lights in my pc before so not sure on what color to go with.
I got them just to light the inside so I could see it better.
The Noctua brown really lights up with leds on them.
The dust filters are helping big time.
Very dusty apartment and fans on 24/7.
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