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post #1381 of 10698
now to decide between these bad boys, any suggestions are welcome

P9X79 PRO
Dual Intelligent Processors 3 with New DIGI+ Power Control
Support for up to 64GB of system memory with an 8-DIMM design
ASUS SSD Caching - 3X faster performance at a click
UEFI BIOS - Full-scale performance tuning with easy BIOS Interface
BT GO! (Bluetooth) - Diverse Bluetooth Enjoyment, a New Technology Lifestyle
USB BIOS Flashback - Easy, worry-free USB BIOS Flashback
3-Way SLI and Quad-GPU CrossFireX Suppor

Rampage IV Extreme/BATTLEFIELD 3
2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor family for the LGA 2011 Socket
Intel® X79 Express Chipset
X-Socket - Get more life out of your LGA1366 CPU coolers
OC Key - The key to real time monitoring and overclocking!
Subzero Sense - Find out how cold your board is
VGA Hotwire - Hotwire your syste

SABERTOOTH X79
2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor family for the LGA 2011 Socket
Intel® X79 Express Chipset
Support for up to 64GB of system memory with an 8-DIMM design
TUF Thermal Armor - Total Airflow-Boosting Heat Dissipation
TUF Thermal Radar - Real Time Temp Detection and Heat Removal
TUF Components [Choke, Cap. & MOSFET; Certified by Military-standard] - Certified for Tough Duty
New DIGI+ Power Control - All-New Digital Power Control for both CPU and DRAM
ASUS SSD Caching - 3X faster performance at a click
post #1382 of 10698
Thread Starter 
Well.... The Achilles Heel of the 2011 chipset is the South bridge. The northbridge does get hot but the Southie can burn you. the active cooling is not the greatest in the world but you need the most cooling there for the money. All the board are nice. My favorite of those are the Rampage. Second the Sabertooth. Then the Passively cooled regular P9. While all boards are Favorites I think the Warrantee on the Rampage is my favorite too. Never know if you are gonna get burned.

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Section 31
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 3820 ASRock X79 Extreme 9 Sapphire 5770 X 2 In Crossfire 16GB Corsair Vengence 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Plextor SSD 128 GB 1 TB WD Black 1.5 tb WD Black  2 tb Seagate Green 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corair HX-1000 CM Storm Trooper Enigma Cobra Edition Microsoft SideWinder Gaming Mouse ASUS Black Leather 
Audio
Creative Core Recon 3Di 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 3820 ASRock X79 Extreme 9 Sapphire 5770 X 2 In Crossfire 16GB Corsair Vengence 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Plextor SSD 128 GB 1 TB WD Black 1.5 tb WD Black  2 tb Seagate Green 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corair HX-1000 CM Storm Trooper Enigma Cobra Edition Microsoft SideWinder Gaming Mouse ASUS Black Leather 
Audio
Creative Core Recon 3Di 
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post #1383 of 10698
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Quote:
Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

You're welcome Rogue. A couple tips when using IBT. Watch your hard faults in the resource manager, if you are getting more than 100 faults/sec then your memory isn't stable. The other thing you want to look at is your GFlops in IBT, you want them all with in 1 GFlop. Constancy equals stable. Voltage plays a big part in this, too much it all goes out of wack, the same with too little voltage. I discovered this trying to get my crappy i5 750 to 4.0Ghz. One other thing, don't feel bad if you can't get your OC to what others do, I have noticed my voltage hungry i5 750 running at 3.8 Ghz out performs most 750's running at 4.0Ghz+ I chalk that up to making sure it's as close to 100% stable as possible. I know there other ways to skin a cat, but this is how I do it. I would love to here how others test their OC's and what you do to make you feel all warm and fussy about OC'ing. This is coming for a person that has had to reinstall window because his OC killed his OS. thumb.gif

GoodInk:

I have to confess,... I use 3DMark06 to check stability. It stresses the GPU, CPU, and the memory. I am a lazy overclocker.
Section 31
(21 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 3820 ASRock X79 Extreme 9 Sapphire 5770 X 2 In Crossfire 16GB Corsair Vengence 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Plextor SSD 128 GB 1 TB WD Black 1.5 tb WD Black  2 tb Seagate Green 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corair HX-1000 CM Storm Trooper Enigma Cobra Edition Microsoft SideWinder Gaming Mouse ASUS Black Leather 
Audio
Creative Core Recon 3Di 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 3820 ASRock X79 Extreme 9 Sapphire 5770 X 2 In Crossfire 16GB Corsair Vengence 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Plextor SSD 128 GB 1 TB WD Black 1.5 tb WD Black  2 tb Seagate Green 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corair HX-1000 CM Storm Trooper Enigma Cobra Edition Microsoft SideWinder Gaming Mouse ASUS Black Leather 
Audio
Creative Core Recon 3Di 
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post #1384 of 10698
Quote:
Originally Posted by viperwolf View Post

now to decide between these bad boys, any suggestions are welcome
P9X79 PRO
Dual Intelligent Processors 3 with New DIGI+ Power Control
Support for up to 64GB of system memory with an 8-DIMM design
ASUS SSD Caching - 3X faster performance at a click
UEFI BIOS - Full-scale performance tuning with easy BIOS Interface
BT GO! (Bluetooth) - Diverse Bluetooth Enjoyment, a New Technology Lifestyle
USB BIOS Flashback - Easy, worry-free USB BIOS Flashback
3-Way SLI and Quad-GPU CrossFireX Suppor
Rampage IV Extreme/BATTLEFIELD 3
2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor family for the LGA 2011 Socket
Intel® X79 Express Chipset
X-Socket - Get more life out of your LGA1366 CPU coolers
OC Key - The key to real time monitoring and overclocking!
Subzero Sense - Find out how cold your board is
VGA Hotwire - Hotwire your syste
SABERTOOTH X79
2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor family for the LGA 2011 Socket
Intel® X79 Express Chipset
Support for up to 64GB of system memory with an 8-DIMM design
TUF Thermal Armor - Total Airflow-Boosting Heat Dissipation
TUF Thermal Radar - Real Time Temp Detection and Heat Removal
TUF Components [Choke, Cap. & MOSFET; Certified by Military-standard] - Certified for Tough Duty
New DIGI+ Power Control - All-New Digital Power Control for both CPU and DRAM
ASUS SSD Caching - 3X faster performance at a click

I love the Sabertooth series. I have had the 990FX and now the P67 and they have been flawless. I will upgrade again if they put out a Z68 or Z77 board.
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Intel Core i5-3570K ASRock Z77 Extreme6 ASUS GTX660-DC2O-2GD5  ASUS GTX660-DC2O-2GD5  
RAMHard DriveHard DriveCooling
CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) SAMSUNG 840 Series MZ-7TD120BW 2.5" 120GB SATA ... Western Digital WD Blue WD10EZEX 1TB 7200 RPM 6... CORSAIR Hydro Series H100 
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RAMHard DriveHard DriveCooling
CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) SAMSUNG 840 Series MZ-7TD120BW 2.5" 120GB SATA ... Western Digital WD Blue WD10EZEX 1TB 7200 RPM 6... CORSAIR Hydro Series H100 
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post #1385 of 10698
Quote:
Originally Posted by viperwolf View Post

now to decide between these bad boys, any suggestions are welcome

P9X79 PRO
Dual Intelligent Processors 3 with New DIGI+ Power Control
Support for up to 64GB of system memory with an 8-DIMM design
ASUS SSD Caching - 3X faster performance at a click
UEFI BIOS - Full-scale performance tuning with easy BIOS Interface
BT GO! (Bluetooth) - Diverse Bluetooth Enjoyment, a New Technology Lifestyle
USB BIOS Flashback - Easy, worry-free USB BIOS Flashback
3-Way SLI and Quad-GPU CrossFireX Suppor

Rampage IV Extreme/BATTLEFIELD 3
2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor family for the LGA 2011 Socket
Intel® X79 Express Chipset
X-Socket - Get more life out of your LGA1366 CPU coolers
OC Key - The key to real time monitoring and overclocking!
Subzero Sense - Find out how cold your board is
VGA Hotwire - Hotwire your syste

SABERTOOTH X79
2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor family for the LGA 2011 Socket
Intel® X79 Express Chipset
Support for up to 64GB of system memory with an 8-DIMM design
TUF Thermal Armor - Total Airflow-Boosting Heat Dissipation
TUF Thermal Radar - Real Time Temp Detection and Heat Removal
TUF Components [Choke, Cap. & MOSFET; Certified by Military-standard] - Certified for Tough Duty
New DIGI+ Power Control - All-New Digital Power Control for both CPU and DRAM
ASUS SSD Caching - 3X faster performance at a click

If money isn't a problem then Rampage, Sabertooth, P9X79. If it was my money Sabertooth, P9X79, Rampage only because the Rampage was made more for extreme OC'ing (Sub-zero cooling) The Sabertooth will give you 99% of the same OC'ing on air and water, and the money you save on it you can put to GPU's or a SSD.
Quote:
Originally Posted by unimatrixzero View Post

Well.... The Achilles Heel of the 2011 chipset is the South bridge. The northbridge does get hot but the Southie can burn you. the active cooling is not the greatest in the world but you need the most cooling there for the money. All the board are nice. My favorite of those are the Rampage. Second the Sabertooth. Then the Passively cooled regular P9. While all boards are Favorites I think the Warrantee on the Rampage is my favorite too. Never know if you are gonna get burned.

450





Wow it that really from a X79 board? I know for a fact it isn't an Asus MB, they don't have a green PBC. More info please, or a link.
Quote:
Originally Posted by unimatrixzero View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

You're welcome Rogue. A couple tips when using IBT. Watch your hard faults in the resource manager, if you are getting more than 100 faults/sec then your memory isn't stable. The other thing you want to look at is your GFlops in IBT, you want them all with in 1 GFlop. Constancy equals stable. Voltage plays a big part in this, too much it all goes out of wack, the same with too little voltage. I discovered this trying to get my crappy i5 750 to 4.0Ghz. One other thing, don't feel bad if you can't get your OC to what others do, I have noticed my voltage hungry i5 750 running at 3.8 Ghz out performs most 750's running at 4.0Ghz+ I chalk that up to making sure it's as close to 100% stable as possible. I know there other ways to skin a cat, but this is how I do it. I would love to here how others test their OC's and what you do to make you feel all warm and fussy about OC'ing. This is coming for a person that has had to reinstall window because his OC killed his OS. thumb.gif

GoodInk:

I have to confess,... I use 3DMark06 to check stability. It stresses the GPU, CPU, and the memory. I am a lazy overclocker.

They amount of testing is really related to how extreme your OC is. I know most people will never put in the time I did trying to get every last bit out of my 750. The sad part is I run it at 3.8Ghz and not the 4.0Ghz. It just runs better, I never could figure out why it has this micro hanging problem with the HDD's. The more I OC the more it does it. mad.gif I know I'm not the only one that it happens too, but I never read any thing stating a reason or how to fix it. In fact I think I remember you talking a bit about how AMD's can feel more responsive do to intel's HDD micro hangs.
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i5 750 ASUS Maximus III Formula Powercolor LCS 5870  OCZ Reaper 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
WD Black WD Green Asus BR XSPC RX 360 
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
XSPC Rasa CPU Block EK-Reservoir/Pump Combo DCP 4.0 Windows 7 64bit LG 27" Flatron W2753V 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G15 Cooler Master 850watt SilentPro Lian Li A70F Logitech G9 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 750 ASUS Maximus III Formula Powercolor LCS 5870  OCZ Reaper 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
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WD Black WD Green Asus BR XSPC RX 360 
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
XSPC Rasa CPU Block EK-Reservoir/Pump Combo DCP 4.0 Windows 7 64bit LG 27" Flatron W2753V 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G15 Cooler Master 850watt SilentPro Lian Li A70F Logitech G9 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 750 ASUS Maximus III Formula Powercolor LCS 5870  OCZ Reaper 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
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post #1386 of 10698
Quote:
Originally Posted by justinwebb View Post

here is the LED strips I am using for my case, its 3 LED's per inch which is far tighter spacing then anything out there. Here are some pics of what I have done thus far:
Here is the LED strip with a dime for reference in the pic
DSC_0618.jpg
DSC_0617.jpg
Put 2 strips on each side of the front all the way to the top so even the edges of the DVD drive glow, I will have a blu-ray burner here soon so i will have 2 drives:
Here it is with no flash giving you an idea of brightness
DSC_0607.jpg
DSC_0606.jpg
and with flash
DSC_0609.jpg
here is both side in
DSC_0611.jpg
and with flash
DSC_0610.jpg
With the front inserts all put back in, notice how it makes it a lot harder to see the strips and also shows how well the light is disbursed in the case with no hot spots
DSC_0612.jpg
DSC_0613.jpg
DSC_0614.jpg
Next is placing the LED strips in the top of the case, will be a little harder to hide the led strips but I have ideas thus far. Let me know if you like it smile.gif

Wow that is lookin sweet. its almost scary how close to the same idea we have come. i hadnt planned on going that high on the front myself but after seeing yours i like how it looks around the optical drives. i did plan on coming down farther and back lighting the tool box cover area, there is a nice gap to let some light spill out of. im still debating on wiring my lighting to my actual top cover or lighting it from the chassis below, i want it to be more indirect than like a flashlight shining through the mesh? what do you think.

i was going to work on the lighting friday but didnt like the brightness of my leds, i was considering a strip but not so bright as the one you have, i do want to sleep at night and not just lay there wanting to play on the awesome glowing thing next to my bed. @ulitmate where does one purchase the led strips like you originally posted, they might be just what i'm looking for?
post #1387 of 10698
I've got the top cover figured out to where it won't shine out but be a glow inside the cover. It will be just like the front which doesn't shine out and will be a backlighting. Just gotta get all my measurements correct and placements so there isn't any dull spots. The led's that I have are really not blinding bright when placed correctly but it's all about placement. The front as you can see isn't blinding bright but more of a color wash behind the grills.
post #1388 of 10698
Quote:
Originally Posted by justinwebb View Post

I've got the top cover figured out to where it won't shine out but be a glow inside the cover. It will be just like the front which doesn't shine out and will be a backlighting. Just gotta get all my measurements correct and placements so there isn't any dull spots. The led's that I have are really not blinding bright when placed correctly but it's all about placement. The front as you can see isn't blinding bright but more of a color wash behind the grills.

Where did you get them?
Potentia et Decor
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Project Trooper
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 750 ASUS Maximus III Formula Powercolor LCS 5870  OCZ Reaper 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
WD Black WD Green Asus BR XSPC RX 360 
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
XSPC Rasa CPU Block EK-Reservoir/Pump Combo DCP 4.0 Windows 7 64bit LG 27" Flatron W2753V 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G15 Cooler Master 850watt SilentPro Lian Li A70F Logitech G9 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 750 ASUS Maximus III Formula Powercolor LCS 5870  OCZ Reaper 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
WD Black  XSPC Rasa RS240 kit plus RX120 Win 7 64 LG 27" Flatron W2753V 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
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WD Black WD Green Asus BR XSPC RX 360 
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
XSPC Rasa CPU Block EK-Reservoir/Pump Combo DCP 4.0 Windows 7 64bit LG 27" Flatron W2753V 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G15 Cooler Master 850watt SilentPro Lian Li A70F Logitech G9 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 750 ASUS Maximus III Formula Powercolor LCS 5870  OCZ Reaper 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
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post #1389 of 10698
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by justinwebb View Post

I've got the top cover figured out to where it won't shine out but be a glow inside the cover. It will be just like the front which doesn't shine out and will be a backlighting. Just gotta get all my measurements correct and placements so there isn't any dull spots. The led's that I have are really not blinding bright when placed correctly but it's all about placement. The front as you can see isn't blinding bright but more of a color wash behind the grills.

Where did you get them?

I think he got those at Pep Boys but I may have him mixed up with someone else.headscratch.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by justinwebb View Post

I've got the top cover figured out to where it won't shine out but be a glow inside the cover. It will be just like the front which doesn't shine out and will be a backlighting. Just gotta get all my measurements correct and placements so there isn't any dull spots. The led's that I have are really not blinding bright when placed correctly but it's all about placement. The front as you can see isn't blinding bright but more of a color wash behind the grills.


Justin.. I was just shining you on that Toaster thing. I'm still really interested to see where you got those lighting strips.. Brothers tell each other things.

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Edited by unimatrixzero - 2/20/12 at 9:12am
Section 31
(21 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 3820 ASRock X79 Extreme 9 Sapphire 5770 X 2 In Crossfire 16GB Corsair Vengence 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Plextor SSD 128 GB 1 TB WD Black 1.5 tb WD Black  2 tb Seagate Green 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corair HX-1000 CM Storm Trooper Enigma Cobra Edition Microsoft SideWinder Gaming Mouse ASUS Black Leather 
Audio
Creative Core Recon 3Di 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 3820 ASRock X79 Extreme 9 Sapphire 5770 X 2 In Crossfire 16GB Corsair Vengence 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Plextor SSD 128 GB 1 TB WD Black 1.5 tb WD Black  2 tb Seagate Green 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corair HX-1000 CM Storm Trooper Enigma Cobra Edition Microsoft SideWinder Gaming Mouse ASUS Black Leather 
Audio
Creative Core Recon 3Di 
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Section 31
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 3820 ASRock X79 Extreme 9 Sapphire 5770 X 2 In Crossfire 16GB Corsair Vengence 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Plextor SSD 128 GB 1 TB WD Black 1.5 tb WD Black  2 tb Seagate Green 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corair HX-1000 CM Storm Trooper Enigma Cobra Edition Microsoft SideWinder Gaming Mouse ASUS Black Leather 
Audio
Creative Core Recon 3Di 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 3820 ASRock X79 Extreme 9 Sapphire 5770 X 2 In Crossfire 16GB Corsair Vengence 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Plextor SSD 128 GB 1 TB WD Black 1.5 tb WD Black  2 tb Seagate Green 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
WD RAPTOR 300  Plextor PX850SA Corsair H-100 Water cooling on processor Factory Cooling for both 5770 Graphic Cards 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
WINDOWS 7 Ultimate 64 ViewSonic VX2235wm Samsung 920 BW APC With Cherry Switches. 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corair HX-1000 CM Storm Trooper Enigma Cobra Edition Microsoft SideWinder Gaming Mouse ASUS Black Leather 
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