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Poll Results: Which Color Version are you buying

Poll expired: Feb 28, 2012  
  • 58% (44)
    White/Black
  • 41% (31)
    Black/black
75 Total Votes  
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My FP audio is botched. Its fine though, back panel led to the rescue!
post #5282 of 13812
Hey guys,
So I have a White Switch and am trying to decide on some colour schemes. My Motherboard is an MSI - GD65 so it naturally has black and blue. I currently have 2X Ni-plated water-blocks on order FOR MY 7970 2X crossfire:
450

The XSPC Raystorm CPU block:
366

And some blue UV tubing that I was planning on simply filling with distilled water, but am now considering going for clear or white tubing.

Does anyone have suggestions for combinations of the following:
LED lights: Blue, White, or UV
Individually sleeved cables: White, Black, or Blue
Tubing: Blue, white, or black

I think I am already leaning towards: Blue Tubing, but would blue cables be too much blue...perhaps switch tubing and cables to white and go for UV or blue lights.

Gahhh I am indecisive.

Edit:
3 possibilities now...

Blue Sleeve + Blue Tubing + White LEDs
White Sleeve + White Tubing + Blue LEDs or UV LEDs
Edited by kkruegez - 6/24/12 at 11:04am
post #5283 of 13812
After looking in this thread I really wanted to get the 810 for another build. I was very disappointed when I went down to Fry's to check it out in person. Don't get me wrong, the design and functionality of the case is great, there is just WAY to much freaking plastic for me, I felt like I was going to break it... if they ever release a metal edition I will definitely get one.
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Ok just wanted to say thanks to all for the help. It is kinda working now. I am still having some issues. There are bubbles in the loop and they will not go away. I also have a 20 degree difference on gpu 1 and 2. GPU 1 is hit first from the tripple rad and it is 20 degrees higher than gpu 2. I have tried to tighten the screws more and that does not seem to rectify the problem. I think that I may have done damage to the pump (bubbles) and gpu 1 might not have good contact with the block. What is everyones thoughts on this? I have wc dual single cards (9800gx2) before and the max temp variance was about 5 degrees. Thanks again for all the help. Oh btw gpu1 max temp 55 gpu 2 35 while running vantage benchmark. And yes sli i set as the score is what it should be for 2 gpu's. thanks again for all the help.
Edited by bjrebo - 6/24/12 at 10:30am
post #5285 of 13812
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Originally Posted by ViperSB1 View Post

After looking in this thread I really wanted to get the 810 for another build. I was very disappointed when I went down to Fry's to check it out in person. Don't get me wrong, the design and functionality of the case is great, there is just WAY to much freaking plastic for me, I felt like I was going to break it... if they ever release a metal edition I will definitely get one.


You know, the plastic thing kind of bug me also. It's very sturdy for being plastic, and you would think for being mostly plastic it wouldn't be a that heavy. Wrong my 810 loaded feels as heavy as my old HAF932 loaded, or My old Lian Li P80 Armorsuite loaded.

I don't get excited about moving my 810 very much.
Edited by _Killswitch_ - 6/24/12 at 11:10am
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Originally Posted by bjrebo View Post

Ok just wanted to say thanks to all for the help. It is kinda working now. I am still having some issues. There are bubbles in the loop and they will not go away. I also have a 20 degree difference on gpu 1 and 2. GPU 1 is hit first from the tripple rad and it is 20 degrees higher than gpu 2. I have tried to tighten the screws more and that does not seem to rectify the problem. I think that I may have done damage to the pump (bubbles) and gpu 1 might not have good contact with the block. What is everyones thoughts on this? I have wc dual single cards (9800gx2) before and the max temp variance was about 5 degrees. Thanks again for all the help. Oh btw gpu1 max temp 55 gpu 2 35 while running vantage benchmark. And yes sli i set as the score is what it should be for 2 gpu's. thanks again for all the help.

You most likely have air trapped in the second card. Try shaking the case and tipping it every direction and see what happens.

EDIT: went back in the thread and looked at your pic, you are probably trapping air where the barb is facing down ont he second GPU on that card. definitely try tipping and shaking.
Edited by Scorpion49 - 6/24/12 at 11:26am
post #5288 of 13812
So can anyone help me with the I/O LED?
I have no idea how to make it work.
Don't which cable is supposed to be hooked up in order to power it.
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Darlene interesting idea there. Thing I've always wanting to do, still do is make my power/rest button a touch button. Like first playstation 3 button's. Wonder if one got a hold of junk playstation 3 could rig up the buttons to work to turn on a pc *ponders*
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