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Recently restructured my rig in this case looking for a decent modular PSU my TX 750 it's okay but it's still a mess of wires and I don't want to have that do you have any recommendations for a 600 to 650 watt power supply that is modular? and do you have a better place to mount the SSD other than the bottom of the case? thanks again

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I hear good things about the Corsair AX series, and they just refreshed with the 760, but really, with the fan oriented upwards the TX750 was perfect for my needs. That mess of wires exits right out the back, right where they exit the power supply. But I'm using every one of those connections, and none of the modular options, so my needs may be different from yours.
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Sorry, just re-read your post. The AX series doesn't come any smaller than the 760, but the OCZ linked above is fully modular, 650 watts, and on sale at Newegg. As for ssd mounting options, I stuck with the bottom of the case where it's hidden, but others in this thread have placed it on the side of the drive bays where there's an indent, or behind the motherboard tray by the psu. zip ties and/or velcro.
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Count me in. I call it the Bento Box, million bonus points if you get the joke.


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Recently restructured my rig in this case looking for a decent modular PSU my TX 750 it's okay but it's still a mess of wires and I don't want to have that do you have any recommendations for a 600 to 650 watt power supply that is modular? and do you have a better place to mount the SSD other than the bottom of the case? thanks again
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Set in place with double sided tape. Velcro works just as well!

I have an AX850, and it works perfect for my needs. I suppose it all just depends if you are planning on using both 5.25 bays.

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Any thoughs on what shape design should I do for the side panel?
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Hi!

A have a Phobya dc12-220, and I think it's a little bit noisy. Thinking about getting a D5.
which balancer would be good if they are at the bottom of the case?
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Set in place with double sided tape. Velcro works just as well!
I have an AX850, and it works perfect for my needs. I suppose it all just depends if you are planning on using both 5.25 bays.
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Or a couple of screws through the mobo tray thumb.gif

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post #3299 of 7158
Hello I'm French and I don't speak English very well because French peolpe don't speak English wery well....

My ssd is maintained by scratch behind the motherboard and I find that this place is the best to save 5,25" bays.

I want to show you my setup that I have never seen on this FORUM:

-1 month Ago:

I dont know Why, but the Phobya 200mm Rad is not a good rad because temp of my water in not good : 27 in idle and 39 in game. This is more than my ex 4870x2 (which was heating a lot)

I think that the problem is 20% due to the home made waterblock machining (defective when I recieved from EK) so I machined it with my dremel :

Received like that :




and I machined it :





That Why I added 120mm rad but temp decreased only about 2 or 3 deg....






-Today:

I added 2x120 rad on the bottom with 1 120mm fan because the secon fan can't be fitted because of DDR3 sticks which are too big....





-In the future I will:
1- buy gtx 690 to replace my GTX 680 to be abble to play in Surround nvidia mode.
2- add the 2nd fan on the 240 rad (I have to find how....because of ram sticks) to correctly extract the air
3-find another place for my pump
4-I have to raise the TJ08 to extract correctly the air on under the tj08

I wait for your comments about my PC which will be precious for me !! thumb.gif

Bye smile.gif
Edited by roger38111325 - 1/1/13 at 1:13pm
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woow thats lots of rads smile.gif i have today water cooled my GTX 680



and the temps are super smile.gif
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