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Originally Posted by sinkfish View Post

Nice aerial, we have the same method/style on side panel. Clean rig & workstation! biggrin.gif
Also I'm using round craft magnets to add extra hold each sides...


Very clean on both of your guys side panels
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Panel being tainted helps, but it should still ok if it was fully transparent. I was using maginetic tape very carefully, so in my case there is no air bubbles, it is perfect contact of both surfaces.
Also trick to get better grip, so that panel doesn't slide down, I used tape both on panel and case, so two stripes of tape that work against each other, cause much better grip. If I use only tape attached to panel, it would side.

OK. Did you run strips of magnets across the length of the acrylic or just in the corners? If strips did you do top and bottom or on the sides?

Thx again for the tips
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now i kinda want that kind of sidepanel, looks so good redface.gif
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Very clean on both of your guys side panels

Thank you! thumb.gif

This is what I did to that side panel. biggrin.gif

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post #5225 of 7172
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Thank you! thumb.gif

This is what I did to that side panel. biggrin.gif


+rep

What is the stopper though?
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post #5226 of 7172
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OK. Did you run strips of magnets across the length of the acrylic or just in the corners? If strips did you do top and bottom or on the sides?

Thx again for the tips

I have strips all across both sides of panel and case. In my case there was no need for horizontal ones.
post #5227 of 7172
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The X series is a coil whine minefield. I wouldn't recommend them to anyone after 5 units and 4 squealers.


I don't think that that is true of seasonic in every case and it generally depends on what percentage of rated load (Wattage) the PSU is operated at. I have a Seasonic X660 and it remains completely silent. Generally, Power Supplies operate at their PEAK efficiency when operated at around 50 % of their specified Wattage. However, many make/models will generally work far beyond this and even up to, or in some cases for short periods, beyond their maximum rated Wattage, but, NOT with peak efficiency. If one studies the efficiency graphs for a chosen make/model they will find peak efficiency generally occurs somewhere in the vincinity of 45-55% of maximum rated load. The X750 peaks at around 89/90% efficiency when operated at almost exactly 50% of rated wattage - (ie. on 230 volts and substantially earlier at only 20% if operated on 115 volts. The fan does not operate until 20/21 degrees C and the unit is reported to remain silent or near silent up to peak rated load of 50 %. However, once the Peak 50% rated load is exceeded, it is understood that it's noise level can increase and reach as high as 30 dba towards maximum load. Because these X series are marketed as 80+ Gold efficiency, they are exact that throughout their entire load range up towards maximum load of 750 watts. However, they can be near 90% efficiency at 50% loading and can only be expected to remain somewhat cool and quiet if operated somewhere within this PEAK efficient loading. As the loading increases beyond the peak (50%) wattage, the unit obviously becomes hotter and hence the fan begins it upward RPM and subsequent dba.
post #5228 of 7172
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I don't think that that is true of seasonic in every case and it generally depends on what percentage of rated load (Wattage) the PSU is operated at. I have a Seasonic X660 and it remains completely silent. Generally, Power Supplies operate at their PEAK efficiency when operated at around 50 % of their specified Wattage. However, many make/models will generally work far beyond this and even up to, or in some cases for short periods, beyond their maximum rated Wattage, but, NOT with peak efficiency. If one studies the efficiency graphs for a chosen make/model they will find peak efficiency generally occurs somewhere in the vincinity of 45-55% of maximum rated load. The X750 peaks at around 89/90% efficiency when operated at almost exactly 50% of rated wattage - (ie. on 230 volts and substantially earlier at only 20% if operated on 115 volts. The fan does not operate until 20/21 degrees C and the unit is reported to remain silent or near silent up to peak rated load of 50 %. However, once the Peak 50% rated load is exceeded, it is understood that it's noise level can increase and reach as high as 30 dba towards maximum load. Because these X series are marketed as 80+ Gold efficiency, they are exact that throughout their entire load range up towards maximum load of 750 watts. However, they can be near 90% efficiency at 50% loading and can only be expected to remain somewhat cool and quiet if operated somewhere within this PEAK efficient loading. As the loading increases beyond the peak (50%) wattage, the unit obviously becomes hotter and hence the fan begins it upward RPM and subsequent dba.

Most of your post seems to be about fan noise which is irrelevant. I was referring to coil whine, and coil whine at any load is unacceptable. Hell, one of my X-660s even whined in standby. Yes, there are X series units with no coil whine (I've had one), but it is a very common problem in this line and you'll find plenty of complaints about it on the web. And since Seasonic hasn't even bothered to acknowledge the problem, I'd recommend people to have a look at Corsairs RM series instead.
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post #5229 of 7172
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+rep

What is the stopper though?

tnx for the +rep!
I just call it holder/stopper. biggrin.gif Purpose to hold the weight of the acrylic.
Edited by sinkfish - 11/13/13 at 4:36am
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I'm in the process of building a pc around this case, and just wanted to double check and make sure I haven't done anything wrong. The main function of the pc is for gaming. The monitor will be a 1440p monitor.

CPU - Intel Haswell Core i5 4670K 3.40GHz 6MB LGA1150 W/$15.00 Ghost Recon Online Upgrade
Motherboard - ASUS Z87M-Plus Intel Z87 ATX Haswell LGA1150 Motherboard
RAM - Mushkin Blackline FrostByte 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3-1600 CL9 (996995)
Graphics - undecided
SSD - Samsung 840 EVO Series 250GB SATA3 SSD (MZ-7TE250BW)
Power Supply - Seasonic G Series 650W 80Plus Gold Power Supply (SSR-650RM)
Case - SilverStone TJ08B-E Evolution Micro-ATX Tower (USB3.0)
Heatsink - Noctua NH-U12P SE2 CPU Cooler w/Dual NF-P12 Silent Fans
Optical Drive - ASUS DRW-24D3ST Green DVD Writer SATA
Sound Card - ASUS Xonar DGX Gaming PCI-E Sound Card
Storage - Western Digital Caviar Blue WD10EZEX 1TB 64MB Cache SATA3

I am not sure about graphics cards. It looked like either:
EVGA nVidia GeForce GTX770 Superclocked ACX Cooler 2GB GDDR5 PCI-E3.0 (02G-P4-2774-KR)
or
ASUS AMD Radeon R9280X-DC2T-3GD5-V2 R9 280X 3GB GDDR5 PCI-E3.0

Both were in my price range and look about the same, but I'm leaning towards the 770 for less noise/heat.

Will the muskin blackline ram give enough clearance for the noctua heatsink?

Can you think of anything else I missed?
Edited by Leviathan25 - 11/14/13 at 5:41pm
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