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post #21 of 31
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Originally Posted by compuman145;14266987 
This is half the problem, I went with the 800D and whilst I love it completely, I can't get my SSD to work in the hot swap bay for love nor money.

C

Use a precision adjustment tool

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post #22 of 31
i5 2500K will kill all other processors, and then once you overclock it to 5GHz, it'll kill you D:
    
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post #23 of 31
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i5 2500K will kill all other processors, and then once you overclock it to 5GHz, it'll kill you D:
Even a 990X ?

Didn't think so.
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post #24 of 31
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From what I heard the 800d side panel does fit on the 700d.I had to make sure because I am getting the 700d with a side panel.Don't really need the hot swap bays and it looks much cleaner.
Bingo.

New build;

Ivy Bridge pending reviews
Probably my 6950 flashed 6970 until I ebay it for a newer card
Cosair 700D with 800D side panel

This is starting to look good

OP: Sorry we have hijacked your thread
post #25 of 31
SgtMunky - Made me smile

Varrkarus - Do you have any evidence to back up your claim? Oh that's right it was put in the second post.... By me... Then by someone else a few seconds later...
post #26 of 31
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Originally Posted by Skrillex View Post
Even a 990X ?

Didn't think so.
Actually it will do i'm afraid, It certainly gives it a really good run for it's money, Out of the two, the i5 would be the logical choice since it beats it on the majority of benchmarks.

Proof This is the 980x which is just a lower base clock I believe

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post #27 of 31
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Even a 990X ?

Didn't think so.
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I cant remember, but doesn't it perform very near the same in a lot of benchmarks and most real life usage, but cost like a quarter of the price?
post #28 of 31
The panels on the 800D and 700D are interchangeable. They fit on either side actually. Main difference between the the 800D and 700D is the hot swap-bays and the window. If you have an interest in the 700D, better hurry, word is Corsair is phasing that out (don't quote me on that ). I also like the new Xigmatek Elysium. It can accommodate a 360 or 420 on the top or bottom and its huge due to is Hp-atx format. Its also cheaper than the 800D.
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I hope they aren't phasing it out, I want to buy one at Christmas time
post #30 of 31
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I hope they aren't phasing it out, I want to buy one at Christmas time
Heard something on the Obsidian club about it being phased out. Though its still listed on their site.
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