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View Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case
Great 929 49.87%
Good 573 30.76%
Meh 226 12.13%
Bad 27 1.45%
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post #18761 of 28613 Old 03-01-2011, 08:24 PM
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i have 3 sickleflow green led fans comming, 2 120mm yate loons and 2 140mm yate loons all in green......put the 140mm yates in front and top, 1 120 mm yate on rear...should be really....really green lol 2 sickleflow on the side windows and should look nice
Yes sir, I do like what I am hearing:thumb:
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I agree it looks nice, but I wouldn't want it to hide the dust. Makes it too easy to overlook it. If the dust shows up you tend to clean it once you see it start to accumulate so that it doesn't build up and start affecting airflow.
This is true, you always seem to catch that, that what is not so obvious!
But I must have the most dusty house because it's like every 2 weeks and I can't stand it and have to pull it apart and clean it.mad.gif
Just yesterday my top fan was clicking so I started to clean and oil, before I know it the Mobo is out and she is really getting a cleaning...sheesh:)
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I like the colors you picked!
Sounds like a winner! A man with a plan!cool.gif
Please post some pics when your parts come in.....


ok sorry about my previous post i did it from my curve 8530 along with the default bb browser... = garbage.


Anyways ill go into a bit more detail.

CM Scout
White Logisys 12" 18LED Super Bright Sunlight STick
x3 CM 120mm Trans-Black/ White blade fan
x2 NZXT 140mm black/ white fins
Processor
Zalman Performa
and some as5
total was 272.76 with shipping

here the leds i got how to you think they will do?
http://www.directron.com/ml12wt.html
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ok sorry about my previous post i did it from my curve 8530 along with the default bb browser... = garbage.

Godspeed. May god have mercy on your soul...

(Opera, Bolt, something else...?)
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Godspeed. May god have mercy on your soul...

(Opera, Bolt, something else...?)

not to go off topic but ill have to check out bolt ive never heard of it. i have opera but i think its even slower then bb browser.
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All of mine 6 of my fans are 1200rpm Scythe slipstreams.
i have 2 intake fans in the front
1 intake fan between the p/s and the hd cage
1 exhaust out the top
and 2 exhaust on the radiator for my Coolit Vantage

got up this morning and my idle temp with at 23.9*C, ambient at 20*C

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not to go off topic but ill have to check out bolt ive never heard of it. i have opera but i think its even slower then bb browser.
I like Bolt a lot (have a BlackBerry for work). It makes the BB somewhat usable IMO. Do you have Javascript turned on in the BB browser? Because I've never had an instance where the BB browser was faster. curious.
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ok sorry about my previous post i did it from my curve 8530 along with the default bb browser... = garbage.


Anyways ill go into a bit more detail.

CM Scout
White Logisys 12" 18LED Super Bright Sunlight STick
x3 CM 120mm Trans-Black/ White blade fan
x2 NZXT 140mm black/ white fins
Processor
Zalman Performa
and some as5
total was 272.76 with shipping

here the leds i got how to you think they will do?
http://www.directron.com/ml12wt.html
Nice shopping list, you did well.
If you never built your own rig before or even if you had, that modular CM 500 PSU, it sure makes your wire management a whole lot easy.
To tell the truth I never worked with LED's before, but I do like the white theme you have going on.
Take some pictures and show off your rig,so we can see it also.
Sheesh, I wish I had a bunch of new parts comming for a new build.Ha Ha enjoy your new rig!!!
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With CPU fan, I've 8 fans

4 x 120 + CPU 120
3 x 140

My GPU is 50C (full load 75-78C) - normally 40C but I've 2 monitors (one is TV)

MY CPU 29C (lowest) - 33C - 55C (highest - with prime 95 torture test) (overclocked 3400 -> 3995)
Those, My single Gloved Friend are some Very Good Numbers.. Wow.

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Told ya I would show some more pics of my painted scout. Not that good, not that bad either.
That is the Airborne Color Scheme. You got it. IT LOOKS GREAT. I see what you are doing and I hope you can get the Emblem in vinyl to put on the non window side of the case. I Personally love what you are doing and I think you are doing an excellent job with the color scheme..

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I agree it looks nice, but I wouldn't want it to hide the dust. Makes it too easy to overlook it. If the dust shows up you tend to clean it once you see it start to accumulate so that it doesn't build up and start affecting airflow.

I Opened up a case that i built in December. The Lian Li. The customer had pressed the On button so hard that he pressed the inside button down into the housing and then the system would not come on, of course and I brought it home.. Wow it was so dusty that it was running at 40 C Cpu temp. I had to blow it out outside and it took 2 min. for the dust to clear. IT was like someone set off a smoke bomb in my yard.



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All of mine 6 of my fans are 1200rpm Scythe slipstreams.
i have 2 intake fans in the front
1 intake fan between the p/s and the hd cage
1 exhaust out the top
and 2 exhaust on the radiator for my Coolit Vantage

got up this morning and my idle temp with at 23.9*C, ambient at 20*C
That is Soooo.. Cool.


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Nice shopping list, you did well.
If you never built your own rig before or even if you had, that modular CM 500 PSU, it sure makes your wire management a whole lot easy.
To tell the truth I never worked with LED's before, but I do like the white theme you have going on.
Take some pictures and show off your rig,so we can see it also.
Sheesh, I wish I had a bunch of new parts comming for a new build.Ha Ha enjoy your new rig!!!
I had one of my CMSSC Scouts talk me into an Awesome buy for myself. It is a Cooler Master Cosmos S for $69.00 plus freight. $94.00 total. This is a $200.00 case Retail and 69 is such a good number. But I DIGRESS!!.

It is going to be Enigma0028. Any ideas on a theme would be helpful. Here is a picture of the case.






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post #18770 of 28613 Old 03-02-2011, 06:21 AM
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It is a great kit for the money, I know I'm loving mine. Where are you going to mount the rad?
Front Low right?? Pull the Drive bay and drop it Face down.

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