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Poll Results: Which Color Version are you buying

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    White/Black
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    Black/black
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post #11821 of 13812
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Originally Posted by KurruptAus View Post




JEALOUS ANYONE?


more pics in my log tongue.gif

Yepp. that front mount psu is tooo sweet!
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Originally Posted by pilotter View Post

stated on new cover and more mesh in the switch, due to change of the 240 rad ut60 to monsta. Also testing fans for my PA cooling unit.
still a long way to go ( painting /sleeving and waiting for haswell...) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)






looks great! (the mesh)
post #11822 of 13812
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Originally Posted by KurruptAus View Post




JEALOUS ANYONE?


more pics in my log tongue.gif

Nice to see more people mounting the PSU in the front and putting a 480 in the bottom.

Good work, really really clean thumb.gif
post #11823 of 13812
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Originally Posted by protzman View Post

Yepp. that front mount psu is tooo sweet!
looks great! (the mesh)

Thanks, a few builds inspired me, but I think this is the first 480 in the bottom of a switch if im not mistaken biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by jassilamba View Post

Nice to see more people mounting the PSU in the front and putting a 480 in the bottom.

Good work, really really clean thumb.gif

Thanks!
post #11824 of 13812
I encountered problem.
I just finished my build, and found out my built in rear LED does not work. Should I get a case replacement? Or is the rear LED worth the trouble and hassle?
post #11825 of 13812
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Originally Posted by Granzon View Post

I encountered problem.
I just finished my build, and found out my built in rear LED does not work. Should I get a case replacement? Or is the rear LED worth the trouble and hassle?

Mine doesnt work either...For me its not worth the hassle over an led. there only a few bucks if that is the problem. Your call though.
 
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post #11826 of 13812
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I encountered problem.
I just finished my build, and found out my built in rear LED does not work. Should I get a case replacement? Or is the rear LED worth the trouble and hassle?

Quote:
Originally Posted by bustacap22 View Post

Mine doesnt work either...For me its not worth the hassle over an led. there only a few bucks if that is the problem. Your call though.

Are you sure it doesn't work?
Do you have the sata power cable connected?

Are you pressing it in far enough? I have to use a pen or pencil tip to press mine in far enough. It will click when pressed fully
    
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Yea. I am pretty sure its the PCB that might be damaged, because it work at first, but now it doesn't
post #11828 of 13812
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When i had the 240 pushing air into the case the case got so hot inside its not even funny after 2 hours of tomb raider. I was hitting 65C in one GPU. All the metals inside where hot. MB, HDD dont make much heat so if you have back and front as intake ur internal temps will be low and both rads should have low temps.

What is your ambient temperature? I've got a somewhat similar system in terms of cooling a processor a mobo and dual video cards. My bottom rad is set up as push/pull intake and my top rad is set up as push/pull exhaust. My internal case temperature is monitored by a thermal probe on my Aerocool Touch 2000 fan controller and it rarely gets about 30, even after several hours of gaming or folding. I know that your hardware is a bit more powerful than mine, but not enough to cause those kinds of temperatures. To me it sounds like your exhaust just isn't doing a good enough job at removing the hot air from your case.
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What is your ambient temperature? I've got a somewhat similar system in terms of cooling a processor a mobo and dual video cards. My bottom rad is set up as push/pull intake and my top rad is set up as push/pull exhaust. My internal case temperature is monitored by a thermal probe on my Aerocool Touch 2000 fan controller and it rarely gets about 30, even after several hours of gaming or folding. I know that your hardware is a bit more powerful than mine, but not enough to cause those kinds of temperatures. To me it sounds like your exhaust just isn't doing a good enough job at removing the hot air from your case.

Intake temp ~ 26C. HD 7970s use quite a lot more power then GTX560 Ti. Also fan speed matters a lot. Run my fans ~ 7v
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Ok, I have been putting pics of my first watercooling build in my Switch. Couple of bumps in the round as expected but nothing major. Installation of EK GPU blocks today. EK FC 7970 on MSI R7970. First GPU install went well. Read the instructions thoroughly and even watch the Youtube video from EK. Here is the final product:



For my 1st time installation, I was pleasantly surprised all went without a hitch.

2nd GPU installation. OH.....OH.....OH........***



one of the holes does not match, while the rest does. What gives. At first, I thought one of the thermal pads might be in the way. So, did the whole process again. Took pads off, cleaned TIM, Artic Cleaner......well you guys know the procedure. Then, I realized the problem again. Seeking advice from OCN. I purchased blocks from frozencpu several weeks ago. I have never dealt with them before. OR do I have to deal with EK.

Also, has this happened to anyone or heard of this before?????
 
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