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Poll Results: Which One(s) Do you Own?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 14% of voters (91)
    200R
  • 22% of voters (135)
    300R
  • 18% of voters (111)
    400R
  • 46% of voters (282)
    500R
610 Total Votes  
post #2491 of 4609
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Originally Posted by fatlardo View Post

Does anyone have a extended mother board? What did you do to make the sata cable fit? I put one of those extenders screws so the board is higher on one side. Wonder if that is safe? I have a D14 sli video cards. Wonder if it adds stress to the mother board. Opinions please. Thank you.

you have to dremel out the corner so the mobo fits down inside the recess.

clos, im pretty sure you would have to mount the fans outside unless you change your ram out for the samsung green. then the cpu 8 pin power connector MAY hit or the heatsinks on the vrm's. neither a 240 or 280 will fit in the front without modding. i think ive seen someone with a long psu but i think they had a 120 fan in the bottom.
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post #2492 of 4609
I just got my build finished Wednesday, and will try to get some more pictures up soon.

http://imageshack.us/scaled/landing/4/48616710100776606196864.jpg

Core i5-3350 @ 4.1Ghz (+4 bins)
Asus p8z77-v lk
8GB PC1600 DDR3 GSkill
96gb Kingston v+100 ssd as boot drive
2tb hdd and 160gb velociraptor
Xfx GeForce 9800gt
SoundBlaster x-fi
LG DVD-RW / LiteOn(?) Bluray reader
generic card reader with vantec bay adapter
Corsair 400R

It's very fast, much faster then my phenom II x4 3.5 with ddr2 although I did reuse many parts due to finances (ex 9800gt) biggrin.gif

--Matt
post #2493 of 4609
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Originally Posted by pc-illiterate View Post

you have to dremel out the corner so the mobo fits down inside the recess.
clos, im pretty sure you would have to mount the fans outside unless you change your ram out for the samsung green. then the cpu 8 pin power connector MAY hit or the heatsinks on the vrm's. neither a 240 or 280 will fit in the front without modding. i think ive seen someone with a long psu but i think they had a 120 fan in the bottom.


That answered my question, and i appreciate the informations. tossed ya a +rep for that. guess i'll stay with the 650D and use the 400r for a silent server.

Thanks!
post #2494 of 4609
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Originally Posted by Arktemis View Post

Can anyone recommend me a radiator that would fit at the top of a Carbide 500R other than the H100? I am open to mod to case if I have to, I just don't know what I'll have to do if that's the case.


280 fits tight at the top , but no mods needed
i used magicool slim, but i think black ice GTS 280 should fit too

you can check this on my build:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1119694/official-corsair-carbide-series-300r-400r-500r-owners-club/1140#post_16642652
post #2495 of 4609
the ex280 is a better rad.
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Originally Posted by nleksan View Post

The Bgears Blasters are the best performing 140mm rad fans you can get, but while not "loud" are certainly not whisper-silent either.
EX280 is a better choice than the GTS as it is slightly thicker and has 19 split fins per inch, as opposed to 30fpi on the GTS, which gives the EX much better performance at lower fan speeds yet still allows it to scale upward incredibly well. The GTS will require high-powered fans, likely push-pull, to perform as it should.
Another fan option is the Akasa Apache or Viper, one of which I believe is available in PWM. Two of those with a PWM splitter cable and your computer would only be as loud as it needs to be.
Fwiw, I have 6 Bgears Blasters 140mm for the EX420 and they are fantastic, and a downright steal when you consider price: performance.
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post #2496 of 4609



My Corsair 500r with H100 :-)
post #2497 of 4609
looks suspiciously like mine





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post #2498 of 4609
Niice, what fans do you have?
post #2499 of 4609
bitfenix spectre 120mm fans (green)

and bitefenix alchemy LED strips
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post #2500 of 4609



stay tuned...
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