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700

better RAMS..2133 'cuz sb has no 2000 divider
another ssd ..for loading programs onto
Edited by Schmuckley - 1/27/12 at 8:34pm
 
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post #12 of 16
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700

I can run two 570's on my 650w, I'm alright. As far as the GPU goes, like I said in OP I'm alright with main hardware. unless you're not referring to another GPU.
post #13 of 16
Very clean build, some strip lights would look excellent.

Personally I'm a fan of green or white, although white tends to look more impressive and less gamer-y.
post #14 of 16
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Very clean build, some strip lights would look excellent.
Personally I'm a fan of green or white, although white tends to look more impressive and less gamer-y.

should I get cathodes instead of LEDs? :/ thanks for the kind words as well!
post #15 of 16
As far as I am aware cathodes give a more uniform dispersal of the light i.e. light the case up as if it's from one source, this is good if you want everyone to view all the components clearly and to have a glowing effect, however some people prefer LED lights as they can be put in more places than cathodes, also a strip of multiple LED's gives many different shadows on the components in the case which can be a cool effect, however they usually don't make the case 'pop' as much. So it's up to you how you want the case to look.
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As far as I am aware cathodes give a more uniform dispersal of the light i.e. light the case up as if it's from one source, this is good if you want everyone to view all the components clearly and to have a glowing effect, however some people prefer LED lights as they can be put in more places than cathodes, also a strip of multiple LED's gives many different shadows on the components in the case which can be a cool effect, however they usually don't make the case 'pop' as much. So it's up to you how you want the case to look.

tomorrow I will play with my LEDs and see what I can get them to do. Thanks smile.gif
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