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post #11 of 154
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That is all I am going to do for tonight. Hopefully have time tomorrow to install the OS and get it up and running.

Also need to think about a better way to deal with all the PSU cables:
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post #12 of 154
very nice my man!!!
post #13 of 154
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very nice my man!!!

Thanks!
post #14 of 154
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Only one negative piece of feedback, why the H100? Warranty reasons?
You would have been alot better off going with a XSPC rasa kit! They're actually cheaper then a H100 here.
Other then that nice build! thumb.gif

I was originally considering going with a XSPC rasa kit on this build, but my friends at Corsair provided me with the H-100, Ram, & SSD so it was a no brainer to use these parts.
post #15 of 154
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Picked up the OS this morning:
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If all goes well I will install it tonight and have this system up and running.

If anyone has any good ideas on how do deal with the excess cables of a non-modular PSU in the HAF-932, I would appreciate hearing them smile.gif
post #16 of 154
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Speaking of Corsair components, here is a close-up of the RAM installed:
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post #17 of 154
pretty nice...what kind of gaming would you be doing? because my friend is thinking of going bulldozer and pretty much for the same reasons what you stated in your OP (video editing + gaming) so let me know how your bulldozer performs...
post #18 of 154
Looks Good Keep it up smile.gif
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pretty nice...what kind of gaming would you be doing? because my friend is thinking of going bulldozer and pretty much for the same reasons what you stated in your OP (video editing + gaming) so let me know how your bulldozer performs...

My plan was for this rig to be used almost solely for Diablo III. My last AMD rig was a AMD 1055T with a 6970 GPU and it handled games and video really well, so I have high hopes for the bulldozer.

At some point I might add a second 7970 to this system as well, but will see what the performance is like with the single card first.
post #20 of 154
I chosed the ocz fatality 750W since its modular (spelling) but even after skipping all drives and all, im just saving 3-4 cables :/
2of which is for gpus.

Ductape those cables biggrin.gif

Now i want to build a AMD system again...
Will follow this build smile.gif
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Intel 80gb SSD + 4.5TB WesternDigital BE random sony DVD-RW windows 7 64bit asus 22" 'gaming' screen 
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