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My refurbished Stryker came in the mail yesterday from Cooler Master! Now I am just waiting on 2 more parts and the time to do it all!

BTW has anyone replaced the stupid plastic rivets on their window? If so what did you use?
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Originally Posted by SortOfGrim View Post

I have 7 Scythe GT120 running of the fan controller and no problem whatsoever. I use Y-split cables (2x 2 split and 1x 3 split) directly from the front panel's pcb. I don't use LED fans, though.

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wait, you want more Cooler Master led fans?

yep more leds, just gonna use my other fan controller in the build..
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My refurbished Stryker came in the mail yesterday from Cooler Master! Now I am just waiting on 2 more parts and the time to do it all!

BTW has anyone replaced the stupid plastic rivets on their window? If so what did you use?

Yep, replaced em with hex screws! Looks so much better!
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Thanks for the help =) so the one 360 rad is good and one more thing why do you suggest the ssd and western?

Oh and one more thing what is the best heat shrink and sleveing to use im going to individually sleeve.
MDPC sleeving is the "best' out there. however, paracord would work fine for a much cheaper solution and you can probably pick it up locally somewhere if you live in the US.
 
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Thats awsome looks great smile.gif
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yep more leds, just gonna use my other fan controller in the build.. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

erm, why don't you just use led strips?
post #6447 of 12471
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I am using the UN brackets to secure the rad in place that is mounted into the 5.25" bays.
as for DVD drive, I don't really need one, if I do I can always use my USB3.0 Slim external drive. But Even then I rarely use it.. I only use it to install the OS and that's pretty much it.

I will be using 2x SSD in this and I am making a custom plate mount for it with plexi that will be on the side of the 5.25" drive bay.

My rig is still not complete. I haven't had time to really put allot of work into it.. Will post more pics as they become available.
Just thought, what size rad you using?
post #6448 of 12471
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yep more leds, just gonna use my other fan controller in the build..
Quick question, what size fans you using?
post #6449 of 12471
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Yep, replaced em with hex screws! Looks so much better!
Thanks! I might have to try that.
post #6450 of 12471
Heres my new rig got it up today, cpuz stats basic oc to 4.22ghz, runs smooth, pretty quiet..mobo temp 36c, system temp 27c, msi bbang control center stats cpu temp 39c, cpu fan 2330rpm. core voltage 1.272v, dram freq 1072.mhz

corsair link stats cpu temp 32c
cpu load 7%
geforce temp 28c
geforce fan 1230 rpm
drive 1 24c
drive 2 30c
drive3 30c

feels like a great day..

i7-3770k
16g kingston beast ram
corsari h100i
msi z77 mpower
cm storm stryker
gtx 670 4g sc oc
cm silent pro silver 850w psu
2 x ocz 240g vector 3 max iops
1 x 2tb seagte 7200rpm hdd

2 x 24inch samsung 1920x1080 monitors syncmaster bx2440







thinking of getting castor wheels to raise off floor a bit more to help base two 120mm fans and for ease of mobility.. can anybody post the urls of good ones that will work ?
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