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that is one nice setup indeed.

Just had my mobo arrive today. Going with G1 Sniper M3. Will order my watercooling parts tomorrow, then just got to save for new video card. Cant decide if i should wait for GTX680s to drop in price (currently cost $1000 here in NZ) or buy a GTX 580... will have a build log in a few weeks once watercooling arrives

Whoa a micro atx sniper.

Oh and send me 600 plus shipping and ill get you a 680. Is that 1000 in us dollars. Insane if so.
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Whoa a micro atx sniper.
Oh and send me 600 plus shipping and ill get you a 680. Is that 1000 in us dollars. Insane if so.

You can trust this guy if you do decide to have him ship you one thumb.gif
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post #1473 of 7177
Thanks bro.
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post #1474 of 7177
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Thanks bro.

No problem dude.

So did that cooler one in yet? Gotta share some pics of that thing in the tj08e. Looks like a big cooler
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post #1475 of 7177
I've got lights' 2500k in my rig as we speak wink.gif
post #1476 of 7177
haha thanks for the offer! Its NZD, so converts to about $830 USD. Smaller market, higher prices :E
post #1477 of 7177
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Why would there be a perfect vent for a 120 mm fan with a filter to stop dust from coming in. The manual has to be screwy.

The only reason I can think why they put a hole on top of the case with an airfilter.

1) You want to have a silent PC.
2) People that put a fanless PSU, or temp controlled PSU,
3) Fanless PSU --> Heat rise up --> hole is available --> complete silent.
4) Same with the temp controlled PSU --> If the temp and load is under 200 watt or 30 - 40 degree's --> fan is stopped --> If the psu temp rise due load --> fan's spins on --> suck fresh cool air from top --> passive again.

6) So like my PSU, it is a temp controlled fan, AX850 corsair with a diameter of 120 mm Fan....
My main goal is to put 2 GFX inside this case...
This will say, more hot air rise to the top, if you turn the PSU upside down, my PSU will engage the 120 mm more --> so I can use it as a second 120 mm exhaust fan.

Due the big 180 mm fan in front, you still create a positive airflow in the case. and the PSU will remove some internal heat biggrin.gif:D.

And to be honest, those PSU are really tortured at maximum ;-) if they die, it is warranty biggrin.gif

That my point of view tongue.gif

Cheer, and thanks for the positive feedback thumb.gif
post #1478 of 7177
I say it's worth a try GrimReaperhdi, plus it's fully modular so if you ever want to flip it over then it shouldn't be a huge issue.

I'm considering which matx z77 board to pair with IB, I know they haven't been out that long and there isn't much info on how they perform with IB but any of the z77 matx boards standing out above the rest? I'm a bit more interested in the upper-midrange boards - can't really justify getting the gene/sniper boards unfortunately frown.gif

BTW anyone got any thoughts on the new Samsung 30nm ram:

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=BU-002-SA&groupid=701&catid=8&subcat=813

Looks like the low voltage should be good for clocking on IB
post #1479 of 7177
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Originally Posted by martianaphid View Post

I say it's worth a try GrimReaperhdi, plus it's fully modular so if you ever want to flip it over then it shouldn't be a huge issue.
I'm considering which matx z77 board to pair with IB, I know they haven't been out that long and there isn't much info on how they perform with IB but any of the z77 matx boards standing out above the rest? I'm a bit more interested in the upper-midrange boards - can't really justify getting the gene/sniper boards unfortunately frown.gif
BTW anyone got any thoughts on the new Samsung 30nm ram:
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=BU-002-SA&groupid=701&catid=8&subcat=813
Looks like the low voltage should be good for clocking on IB

Those are the rams modules that Dell, Lenovo etc put in there SSF devices.

True, it is only to remove 6 screws topcase off, release all PSU cables and switch over :-)...
But I will try to figure some tests, when everthing is mount inside.
post #1480 of 7177
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Originally Posted by martianaphid View Post

Looking good GrimReaperhdi, the clearance between PSU and optical doesn't look to bad but do you anticipate any conflicts with sata data and power at all? As for PSU placement I suppose you can make the argument that way should reduce dust build up and it acts as another exhaust fan for the case but obviously it's own cooling is going to be effected by the extra hot air being passed through it.

PSU cables works like a charm, a full modular PSU is a dream to work with.
It is small, but it fits biggrin.gif
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