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Anyone know if this will fit into a sugo pack?
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Anyone know if this will fit into a sugo pack?


I can't see it
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Done with some cleaning and sleeved cables..
waiting for money to drop from the sky for next project; side panel and luminous floor.. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Those Blue Sleeved cables really make that rig look awesome. A really clean looking rig. Nice job. thumb.gif
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post #3404 of 7172
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Originally Posted by MetallicAcid View Post

Really pumped about that light floor torino since we last spoke! Your build came out real nice thumb.gif

Thanks dude..still need to wait some time for that...got no budget for the time being..sobs..ohno-smiley.gif
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Those Blue Sleeved cables really make that rig look awesome. A really clean looking rig. Nice job. thumb.gif

Thanks bro for the compliment...got limited time to upgrade and mod tho...

but still its a noob spec compare to the others..tongue.gif
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post #3405 of 7172
Going with this case with a Socket 2011 setup, Should I have problems with the H80i?? I am going to be using the Corsair Vengence LP ram to play it safe.
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Going with this case with a Socket 2011 setup, Should I have problems with the H80i?? I am going to be using the Corsair Vengence LP ram to play it safe.

There will be no probs as long as you buy RAM that doesn't have high profile, like the Corsair low profile, or G-Skill Aeres.

Good luck, and I can't wait to see pics!
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Hey guys and gals, i am curious on your opinions on the WD VelociRaptor 1TB. Is it worth the steep price point? Is it worth the extra speed over a WD Black? And would it even fit in the TJ08-E?
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Dude im kinda worried about using my configuration
I have a 580 Lightning in the 2nd slot of my mobo, since the D14 clips would interfere with it. I while gaming, the hot air coming out of the gpu heatens the top of the case, should i be worried?
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Hey guys and gals, i am curious on your opinions on the WD VelociRaptor 1TB. Is it worth the steep price point? Is it worth the extra speed over a WD Black? And would it even fit in the TJ08-E?

It's a 3.5" drive, so yes it will fit either in the drive caddy or in the 3.5" bay at the bottom or in the 5.25" bays at the top with an adapter no probs.

As for your question of value, it's entirely dependent on your needs. If you need an OS drive and programs drive, then i would suggest a smaller SSD. It'd still be miles quicker for a similar price but less capacity. I have a 240GB Intel 330 SSD which only cost me $170, and with OS and programs, some games etc i won't come close to filling it, so why get 1TB to do the same thing?

If you need mass storage, then i'd definitely shoot for a WD Black (or even a Green/Red/Blue to be honest).

Basically, i think the raptors have been replaced by SSDs. They used to fill the fast storage space pre-SSD, but now a better combination is smaller SSD and larger 5400rpm for storage IMHO.
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post #3410 of 7172
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Dude im kinda worried about using my configuration
I have a 580 Lightning in the 2nd slot of my mobo, since the D14 clips would interfere with it. I while gaming, the hot air coming out of the gpu heatens the top of the case, should i be worried?

I believe in past posts others have recommended putting heatshrink tubing on the D14 fan clips to protect against short circuits. If your 580 has a backplate, it's been suggested that a short circuit isn't even possible. I'm not sure about that. Others have found third-party backplates you can buy and add to your card if it doesn't have one. In any case you may have to bend the clips slightly so that the graphics card can fit into the first PCI-E slot. This will leave more empty slots above the card for the case's positive pressure to vent the hot air out.

A mod that Nutty Pumpkin (or was it Nagle?) did was to add a 92mm fan to the top of the drive cage so it blows across the PCI slots to help increase the airflow there. I removed the drive cage, but attached a fan to the bottom of my optical drive using industrial strength velcro to accomplish the same thing. Good luck!
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