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Remember guys, if you need standoffs made simply ask. Very cheap and many options smile.gif

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Little offtopic, but since it conserns my upcoming prodigy build, i'll ask it here.
The PSU i picked has 2 12V rails for GPU's, both rated at 18A, but will the amperage from those be sufficient for the 680 lightning? I've read that the 680 needs like 40A or so. But since those two rails compined will provide more than 400W, it should work, right?

Edit: i suppose that 40A recommendation was the minimum for SINGLE 12v rail powersuply.
Edited by Fulvin - 11/4/12 at 8:44am
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Not off topic at all mate, as you have to be carefull what size PSU's go in this case.

I don't know much about specs of the GTX680, but I am pretty sure you would be safe with A Silverstone Strider 650W modular, Gold rated and I think it is 140mm x 140mm leaving you 40 mm behind the PSU for cables

I have gone the Strider 750 for my GTX690 build and they are 160mm long, still 20mm clear of rear PSU bay. So if your after a bit more power security ya can go one of them.

Hope this helps

Bob

The "Silent but Deadly" Bitfenix Prodigy

Edited by bobbavet - 11/4/12 at 2:38pm
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Someone here asked about adding a soundcard on the mPCIe slot (Cannot remember who).

Anyhow, the question stuck with me, as I faintly remembered reading about this.

Sure enough, here it is:

http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1698855

However, the topic abruptly stopped and the OP was never heard from again, so whether his experiment worked or not we will never know.
And of course, there is a matter of the cash needed to test it (approx 85 USD).

Just tossing it in here.

Enjoy.
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Originally Posted by Fulvin View Post

Little offtopic, but since it conserns my upcoming prodigy build, i'll ask it here.
The PSU i picked has 2 12V rails for GPU's, both rated at 18A, but will the amperage from those be sufficient for the 680 lightning? I've read that the 680 needs like 40A or so. But since those two rails compined will provide more than 400W, it should work, right?
Edit: i suppose that 40A recommendation was the minimum for SINGLE 12v rail powersuply.

It will be fine. It's good you asked though, being careful is a lot better than killing parts. thumb.gif
    
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post #2326 of 11741
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gomi View Post

Someone here asked about adding a soundcard on the mPCIe slot (Cannot remember who).
Anyhow, the question stuck with me, as I faintly remembered reading about this.
Sure enough, here it is:
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1698855
However, the topic abruptly stopped and the OP was never heard from again, so whether his experiment worked or not we will never know.
And of course, there is a matter of the cash needed to test it (approx 85 USD).
Just tossing it in here.
Enjoy.

It was me thumb.gif Too lste I just sold my card.doh.gif

Thanks for getting back though. rep
post #2327 of 11741
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Originally Posted by Fulvin View Post

It's going to be my first time building a system, and even though i propably won't have problems fitting the PSU, mine is still non modular, and i must admit that you got me quite scared of the cable management tbh tongue.gif.

Its probably not as bad as I made it sound.

I'm just so used to building in full tower cases and making the cabling immaculate. That's just not possible with this setup. Its as much the fault fo the mobo as the case, with upright sata connectors, the 8 pin cpu power connector in the middle of the board, and the 24 pin atx connector in exactly the wrong place.

I'm sure if I put some time and effort in I can make it look better though. Its just that It took me over an hour to get the damn power supply in (cause I originally used standoffs, and they got jammed and i couldn't get them back out..)
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Originally Posted by Kokin View Post

It will be fine. It's good you asked though, being careful is a lot better than killing parts. thumb.gif
So i figured, thanks a bunch. smile.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by bobbavet View Post

Not off topic at all mate, as you have to be carefull what size PSU's go in this case.
I don't know much about specs of the GTX680, but I am pretty sure you would be safe with A Silverstone Strider 650W modular, Gold rated and I think it is 140mm x 140mm leaving you 40 mm behind the PSU for cables
I have gone the Strider 750 for my GTX690 build and they are 160mm long, still 20mm clear of rear PSU bay. So if your after a bit more power security ya can go one of them.
Hope this helps
Bob

The "Silent but Deadly" Bitfenix Prodigy

I thought of the strider first, but to squeeze the SSD in my budget i decided to pick the FSP 700W, which i've heard is pretty good quality unit and it's just as long as the strider so i should have ample room for the cables. Only downside being it isn't modular, but i think i can live with that.
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Originally Posted by phillyd View Post

It's a Frozen CPU mod. PPCS does a nice one biggrin.gif

Check em out here

I really want this case even tho i have a black one all ready. I wish i could just buy both side panel windows from some where. Come on bitfenix get the side panels with windows out so i can buy smile.gif
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Hi geek smile.gif

Sorry I'm not too good at English, I'm French sadsmiley.gif

Here is my HTPC I assemble but it is not finished. In a few days, it will be in operation.


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