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Looking good there bud - nice spec too. Definitely agree with spraying the fans though! Black shroud, red blades
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Looking good there bud - nice spec too. Definitely agree with spraying the fans though! Black shroud, red blades
Now that would look sick.
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Starting organizing the cables..



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yeah! if you're passionate about the aesthetics you could devote a day or two to spray painting the fans. the gtx580 is probably better off left alone unless of course, you decide to smack on a watercooling block on it
Ya in a month or so i plan to upgrade to water cooling doing a red and black scheme
post #15 of 35
Starting to look nice man. I had to choose really, to get HAF-X with H70 or just keep my 212+ and get that 800D, but rather went with HAF-X and cooler. Looks like that 800D has better cable management than the HAF. Staying tuned to see your rig when it's done. =)

EDIT: Now that you have everything, fill in your sig rig so long.
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Starting to look nice man. I had to choose really, to get HAF-X with H70 or just keep my 212+ and get that 800D, but rather went with HAF-X and cooler. Looks like that 800D has better cable management than the HAF. Staying tuned to see your rig when it's done. =)

EDIT: Now that you have everything, fill in your sig rig so long.
Ya i did a lot of reading and watching reviews and the hot swap sata 3 drives was a hug changer to it. Very solid. You can tell a lot of thought went into this case, My other coolermaster stacker 830 SE were nice also but no cable management, hot swap. Removable Mobo tray is nice for first install but after that its kinda eh.
post #17 of 35
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Look at what i got today..

post #18 of 35
Could have saved a couple extra bucks and just used 8gb of Ram. But hey if you got the money then who cares right?

Unless of course you do a lot of encoding, professional video editing, Adobe Suite, etc.

Still 16gb

Too cool for me. I love that case, I am definitely saving up for that next.
Edited by giganews35 - 6/19/11 at 1:40pm
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Could have saved a couple extra bucks and just used 8gb of Ram. But hey if you got the money then who cares right?

Unless of course you do a lot of encoding, professional video editing, Adobe Suite, etc.

Still 16gb

Too cool for me. I love that case, I am definitely saving up for that next.
haha well it was crazy newegg sale so figured anothing 50 bucks for 16 gigs.. hard to pass that up.. Plus i know this will retire to my work rig that will be doing alot of vmwares and photoshop stuff
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haha well it was crazy newegg sale so figured anothing 50 bucks for 16 gigs.. hard to pass that up.. Plus i know this will retire to my work rig that will be doing alot of vmwares and photoshop stuff
What Newegg had 8gb kits for $50

I always miss the best deals.
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