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New mATX build got tired of the huge 600t compared to this little beast
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How are temps with that loop with what kind of oc? Im thinking about putting my gpu under water with same size radiators
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Idle temps with ambient about 21C
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Load temps
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post #2183 of 6324
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Idle temps with ambient about 21C
280
Load temps
283

What did you use to make those graghs? Pretty cool.

What about gaming such as bf3 or something that uses a lot of cpu and gpu? Im just curious how the loop handles the gpu at 100% with the cpu gettings used also when gaming.

Thanks for your efforts though! +rep
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they're screen shorts of Aida64's gadget...as far as gaming havent had a chance to test temps as of yet I'll have to see how it does with Mass effect3 (only game I have installed right now)
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Update... From this:


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AND noowww This:

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Razr pics, take better pics later, CC welcome
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mannyfc

looks good dude, I eventually want to switch to a custom cpu block and ditch my antec 920 thats pumping through a 180 and 120mm radiator. Im sure an aftermarket cpu block and 1/2 tubes will knock at least 3c off, but Im hoping for more.
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Hi all,

New owner of this case, I had originally been planning to get new ATX components, but long term unresolved issues with my old main PC have me using my media PC for some games, and the Silverstone GD02B and it's passive NT01-E cooler was not enough, even with a couple of 60mm and couple of 80mm fans added.

So I bought the Silverstone TJ08-E and a Be-Quiet! Dark Rock Advanced cpu cooler. Very happy with it, nice change from full size ATX stuff, and so I am now looking at building a new main PC with this, though my main PC had a rack of drives in it that I streamed from.

The TJ currently houses my media PC which comprised of an Asus Maximus II Gene, an E8500 with 4gb Corsair Dominator GT ram, and a 500gb Samsung F3, graphics are via a Passive Powercolor HD-5750, all powered by a modular Corsair 450w PSU. Optic drive is a Samsung BluRay. OS Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit.

I am currently fitting the Q9550 from my old main PC, and may change the PSU to the Seasonic X-650 too. Not sure about changing graphics at this time, my other card is the old Sapphire HD4890 Toxic vapor cooler model.

I had been thinking of building a PC before news of the 2011 socket Sandy Bridge came out, left it until release, read the reviews, then spent the money on other things, since then I am more interested in Ivy Bridge, probably the 3770K with a Gene V with 8gb of low profile ram (unless 16gb is worthwhile), and hopefully a GTX-680 gpu, plus later a 250gb SSD with a single 2tb or 3tb storage drive, all when my limited funds allow. I may purchase the GTX-680 gpu 1st.

Couple of questions, will the old X-650w Seasonic PSU have enough juice for the above proposed Ivy Brige build? Is it worth adding a fan to the rear of this case, such as an Akasa Viper? Is one of the Corsair H60 or H80 coolers a better option with this case for CPU cooling ?

Many thanks!

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Edited by SastusBulbas - 6/18/12 at 1:17pm
post #2188 of 6324
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Hi all,

New owner of this case, I had originally been planning to get new ATX components, but long term unresolved issues with my old main PC have me using my media PC for some games, and the Silverstone GD02B and it's passive NT01-E cooler was not enough, even with a couple of 60mm and couple of 80mm fans added.

So I bought the Silverstone TJ08-E and a Be-Quiet! Dark Rock Advanced cpu cooler. Very happy with it, nice change from full size ATX stuff, and so I am now looking at building a new main PC with this, though my main PC had a rack of drives in it that I streamed from.

The TJ currently houses my media PC which comprised of an Asus Maximus II Gene, an E8500 with 4gb Corsair Dominator GT ram, and a 500gb Samsung F3, graphics are via a Passive Powercolor HD-5750, all powered by a modular Corsair 450w PSU. Optic drive is a Samsung BluRay. OS Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit.

I am currently fitting the Q9550 from my old main PC, and may change the PSU to the Seasonic X-650 too. Not sure about changing graphics at this time, my other card is the old Sapphire HD4890 Toxic vapor cooler model.

I had been thinking of building a PC before news of the 2011 socket Sandy Bridge came out, left it until release, read the reviews, then spent the money on other things, since then I am more interested in Ivy Bridge, probably the 3770K with a Gene V with 8gb or low profile ram (unless 16gb is worthwhile), and hopefully a GTX-680 gpu, plus later a 250gb SSD with a single 2tb or 3tb storage drive, all when my limited funds allow. I may purchase the GTX-680 gpu 1st.

Couple of questions, will the old X-650w Seasonic PSU have enough juice for the above proposed Ivy Brige build? Is it worth adding a fan to the rear of this case, such as an Akasa Viper? Is one of the Corsair H60 or H80 coolers a better option with this case for CPU cooling ?

Many thanks!

650w is more than overkill for a 3700k and a 680. If you upgrade though, PM me! I might buy your old seasonic redface.gif
Air cooling, take a look at the stickies in the air cooling , the overclock member ehume also has good guides in his signature for airflow.
H60 or H80's are ok. Closed water loops are best for space confined options while tower coolers of comparable prices perform quieter and cooler than most closed loop systems like the H60 or H80. The H100 is an option but it competes with high end air with the stock fans blowing on max, which is pretty loud.

Closed water loops are overhyped because people think "water" must be better than any air cooling. Not true.
post #2189 of 6324
so i need more space in my top compartment adn im wondering waht you guys think is the best 140mm or smaller psu.... im runnign 2 6970's and a 2500k will a decent 500w do or even a strong 430?
post #2190 of 6324
Crossfire 6970's? A 650W would be pushing it, better to be safe with a 750W.
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