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post #3021 of 7172
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Originally Posted by saran008 View Post

Please add my name to the club smile.gif great honour to join here..
Finally, i finished assembled my system with Tj-08 E, Will upload fotos later smile.gif
Moved from Old coolermaster USP100...
NO Changes made to default casing, just used as it is..
My configuration is..
i7-2700k+Asus P8z77m-pro+CM 412 Hyper Slim[USed one fan only - blow out],
NO OC[Mild oc to 4Ghz, when using solidowrks, all other times stock], [Stock - Undervolted CPU voltage offset -0.07V, DRAM Voltage 1.35 ]
4x4 Gskill 1600 Ripjaws X Cl9
Samsung 830 128GB, 2X 1TB Samsung F3..
2x Sony DVDrw- DRU-880S
Seasonic X660W gold,
Asus GTX570 DCU II 1280MB
Everything fitted without any problem.. biggrin.gif
I'm not a professional i assembly.. so it took almost 5-6 hours to start n finish..
really tested my patience.. BUT REALLY ENJOYED ASSEMBLING IN THIS CASE..
Luckily didn't do any big/time consuming double time job, except, removed n fixedGPU couple of times..
Once, the reset button in Front panel, second time, forgot to add CMOS speaker smile.gif
COOL at last to see everything fixed..biggrin.gif

Hi saranoo8,

In your photos, it looks like there's no fan attached to your CPU heatsink -- which is what I'd like for my build.

Have you had a chance to check core temperatures, both at idle and at load?

Thanks.
post #3022 of 7172
Hi everyone

So I just purchased my TJ08B-E R on Monday
Waiting for all the 5 shipments from newegg to arrive on Friday, can't wait (first pc build in 8 years)
Il probably start a build log and il upload some pics as soon as possible.
Check out my sig for my rig specs
Proud to be a new owner of this case

Cheers
post #3023 of 7172
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Originally Posted by ovemhe View Post

Hi saranoo8,
In your photos, it looks like there's no fan attached to your CPU heatsink -- which is what I'd like for my build.
Have you had a chance to check core temperatures, both at idle and at load?
Thanks.

Hi Bro,

I added CPU cooler fan, after taking the fotos.
One fan on the exhaust side, pull only [Hyper412 comes with Push & pull fans].

With one fan installed @ stock[Cpu offset Vcore -0.08V, DRAM Voltage 1.375V]..

IDLE TEMPS:
33-39 Degree Celsius

LOAD TEMPS: [Intel Burn Test ]
52-55 Degree Celsius

@4.0 GHZ, [Cpu offset Vcore -0.07V, DRAM Voltage 1.50V]

IDLE TEMPS:
36-42 Degree Celsius

LOAD TEMPS: [Intel Burn Test ]
59-67 Degree Celsius

Kindly note that I stay in Singapore & it's hot like hell, my Ambient always around 30 Degrees. [Non Air- conditoned]..
Edited by saran008 - 11/1/12 at 5:15am
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post #3024 of 7172
Hi everyone,

I've been lurking here for a few days, finally wanted to chime in to get everyone's take.

I'm building the following rig and only have the case left to buy:

i5-3570k (plan to OC to 4.2)
Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
Asrock Z77 Pro4-M
8GB Samsung 30nm low profile DDR-1600 (plan to OC to 2133 or so, just for kicks smile.gif)
Gigabyte GTX 670 OC (may or may not OC further)
Seasonic M12II 520W PSU (modular)
120GB Kingston HyperX 3k SSD
1TB WD Caviar Black
Generic Optical drive

I've been going back and forth in my head between the Silverstone PS07 ($79 Amazon Prime + $10 MIR), Fractal Design Define Mini ($80 NCIX free shipping) and of course the TJ08-E ($100 Amazon Prime).

Now, I fully expect the recommendation in this forum to be to go with the TJ08 biggrin.gif but before I spend the extra $20 I'd love to know
  • Have you found the differences between the TJ08 and PS07 (different front fans, some minor tweaks here and there) to really be worth $20-$30?
  • I've read conflicting info on the impact of the "upside down" nature of the Silverstone cases on thermals. I plan to do moderate overclocking on my rig (definitely the CPU, possibly the video card and RAM) and want to be sure that despite this case getting great reviews, it's really up to the task. I've also read that PS07 runs hotter, true?
  • Does anyone have experience with the Define Mini and have a good argument for/against it vs the Silverstone cases?

Thanks everyone!
post #3025 of 7172
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Originally Posted by saran008 View Post

Hi Bro,
I added CPU cooler fan, after taking the fotos.
One fan on the exhaust side, pull only [Hyper412 comes with Push & pull fans].
With one fan installed @ stock[Cpu offset Vcore -0.08V, DRAM Voltage 1.375V]..
IDLE TEMPS:
33-39 Degree Celsius
LOAD TEMPS: [Intel Burn Test ]
52-55 Degree Celsius
@4.0 GHZ, [Cpu offset Vcore -0.07V, DRAM Voltage 1.50V]
IDLE TEMPS:
36-42 Degree Celsius
LOAD TEMPS: [Intel Burn Test ]
59-67 Degree Celsius
Kindly note that I stay in Singapore & it's hot like hell, my Ambient always around 30 Degrees. [Non Air- conditoned]..

Thanks for the info. How about the noise levels at idle, particularly from the front 180mm fan?
post #3026 of 7172
@ovemhe...
In a quite room, u can slightly hear from around 2-3ft from 180mm fan at low settings.. High settings u can very well hear. but i don't see much temp diff between high and low..

depends upn your ears mainly smile.gif
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post #3027 of 7172
Can anyone who currently uses or had used the Magicool 180 Slim Radiator confirm for me whether or not it is indeed possible to close the case after installation using both side panels? The radiator does not protrude too far to the sides to the point where you cannot close the case right?

Thanks.
post #3028 of 7172
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Can anyone who currently uses or had used the Magicool 180 Slim Radiator confirm for me whether or not it is indeed possible to close the case after installation using both side panels? The radiator does not protrude too far to the sides to the point where you cannot close the case right?
Thanks.

The panels fit fine with the rad installed mate.
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Hey everyone,

I'm really sorry about my complete and utter lack of updates, advice, or any input in general. I've sorted everything out personally and should now HOPEFULLY be able to regularly get into the swing of things! It's amazing that we've hit 300 pages for a case that costs $99!

Sorry and thanks again for being awesome!
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post #3030 of 7172
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Hey everyone,
I'm really sorry about my complete and utter lack of updates, advice, or any input in general. I've sorted everything out personally and should now HOPEFULLY be able to regularly get into the swing of things! It's amazing that we've hit 300 pages for a case that costs $99!
Sorry and thanks again for being awesome!


Hey most of us understand life gets in the way and takes over, Good to see you back with us thumb.gif
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