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Hmmm, yes, my cable management is a issue. I will fix it these days.
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Sorry for crappy photos they were taken with my iphone and they only look good on its screen. but anyways its just some picks of my now completed build. What should I upgrade next?
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post #1613 of 2347
Looks good! But why not remove the 2,5 inch bay, since you're not using them (as far as I can see)?
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Oh, and your CPU fan is on the wrong side. They recommend the other side.
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Oh, and your CPU fan is on the wrong side. They recommend the other side.
yeah I know. But it gets in the way of the RAM which one of the reasons Im considering getting a Swifttech H220, Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme, or a Cooler Master Seidon 240m. and I guess I could remove the bay too I just hope I dont lose track of it.
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Okay, I have the same cooler and the same RAM and I don't have any problems with space though. Maybe it's the motherboard?

And how do you mean lose the track of it?
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Okay, I have the same cooler and the same RAM and I don't have any problems with space though. Maybe it's the motherboard?

And how do you mean lose the track of it?
Yeah its the motherboard some people mentioned that problem in their reviews of it but I dont think it makes that much of a difference cooling wise. And I have a tendency to lose things wether they are in my head like passwords or physically like my Guild Wars 2 serial code which I need to reset my password that I forgot.
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Yeah its the motherboard some people mentioned that problem in their reviews of it but I dont think it makes that much of a difference cooling wise. And I have a tendency to lose things wether they are in my head like passwords or physically like my Guild Wars 2 serial code which I need to reset my password that I forgot.

Aw that's very bad. Although it's very good for your airflow since it's directly in front of the front fan.
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Well I just ordered the Sapphire Vapor-X 7970 biggrin.gif Looking forward to getting the package and getting into the install biggrin.gif

Been trying to push my CPU as well, OC it to 4.6 today, trying to get to 5GHz without touching the voltage but it failed at 4.7 lol

I would be incredibly surprised if you could push your chip to 5GHz without bumping Vcore. A few people managed to hit it but not many that's for sure. Last time I messed with OC'ing using only the multiplier and everything else on auto I could get it to boot and validate @ 4.7 and no higher myself. Seems like it's the general neighborhood of a cutoff level for stock voltage. I've pushed it up to 5.115Ghz since being on water stable @ 1.46v but my every day clock is 4.7 @ 1.38V tested for 14hrs of Prime95. It chews up and spits out everything I throw at it with 4.7Ghz and I feel like I'm not doing anything detrimental to the life of the chip. It is fun to see how far you can push it though huh biggrin.gif
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i5 2500K Z68X-UD3H-B3 Radeon HD 6850 x2 G. Skill Ripjaws x2 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Intel 520 SSD Western Digital Caviar Black ASUS 24x DVD Burner Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 7 Home Premium ASUS VE248H 24" Widescreen Full HD LED Monitor Razer BlackWidow Corsair HX750 
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Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Razer DeathAdder ASUS Xonar DG 5.1 Sound Card 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Intel 520 SSD Western Digital Caviar Black ASUS 24x DVD Burner Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 7 Home Premium ASUS VE248H 24" Widescreen Full HD LED Monitor Razer BlackWidow Corsair HX750 
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Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Razer DeathAdder ASUS Xonar DG 5.1 Sound Card 
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In my case it has blue LED's and it would be ashamed if I can't see them.
I read that it isn't a big difference between facing it up or down.
Would you recommend facing it down?

I would recommend it only because it sectors off the airflow for your power supply really, and if you set it up on your desk you should be able to see the glow of the led's underneath which can be cool I guess. Also it depends on what side your cables come out of if you aren't using a modular psu, or sometimes if you are. I prefer to have them towards the back so it makes the cable management a bit easier, and lets you tie off stuff behind the motherboard a bit more easily without having it show too much in the main compartment of the interior. To each his own though, if it doesn't make a difference airflow wise then there shouldn't be anything to worry about besides aesthetics.
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i7 860 HD 7950 g. skill ripjaws 8 gb WD Velociraptor 
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Corsair Neutron SSD Zero Therm / Zalman 7 64 bit 22" Samsung Syncmaster 2220wm 
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