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post #2901 of 5815
Hey guys,
I am contemplating to either get a 900d or 800d for my next build, I cant choose!, I like the features on the 900d but i think that it might be a bit too big, im only going to be air cooling my system + a H100i. i just wanted somone else's opinion, cause either way they will end up costing me roughly the same.

And i was also wondering if the 800d can fit the H100i in a push/pull configuration.

Thanks.

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post #2902 of 5815
Air cooling + 800D bad idea. What about a 500R? I would say the 900D anyways.
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post #2903 of 5815
You can put a H100i in push/pull in the 800D
I don´t like the airflow of the 800D for an air cooled rig and I think the 900D is too big if you are not going to do WC

I´ll go for a 650D if I were you, it can fit a H100i in push pull and it has 2 intake fans in the front.
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Originally Posted by Master Freez View Post

First, the best PSU on the market is AX1200i, the most effecient and the best cabling possibilities, also it's only 200 mm long. 90% from 1200 is 1080w, 80% from 1500 is 1200, real difference is only about 120 watts, if count by 80+ standart.

Secondary, you DONT NEED 1500w Stryder or 1300w from CoolerMaster, fan on the AX1200i is quieter and not even spinning at ~300w load, if i'm not wrong. Also stryder...there is no sleeved cable kits for it and it's really long. Plus, the first partys of stryder was dead after some usage, if, again, i'm not wrong.

So....my opinion is AX1200i for everything. Yes, one, not two of them. One 1200w psu can handle Dual CPU motherboard with 3-way SLi\Crossfire. Just to be sure, you can ask any user with your future configuration.

Thanks Freez, I'll be getting the AX1200, +rep However how much room for cabling will there be between the PSU and an RX240 rad (280mm long)
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So... where are the reviews?
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post #2906 of 5815
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So... where are the reviews?

THIS.

Seriously.... What is the deal thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
post #2907 of 5815
The review samples that went out were damaged so the reviewers are waiting on the fixed version.
Edited by driftingforlife - 3/7/13 at 6:57am
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Hey guys,
I am contemplating to either get a 900d or 800d for my next build, I cant choose!, I like the features on the 900d but i think that it might be a bit too big, im only going to be air cooling my system + a H100i. i just wanted somone else's opinion, cause either way they will end up costing me roughly the same.

And i was also wondering if the 800d can fit the H100i in a push/pull configuration.

Thanks.
Believe me air cooling a 800d isn't easy and really isn't the best choice. For your purposes a 900d would be overkill and unless you want the status of a 900d it would be a waste. A switch 810, haf x, 500r, exc would be much better.
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Originally Posted by Master Freez View Post

First, the best PSU on the market is AX1200i, the most effecient and the best cabling possibilities, also it's only 200 mm long. 90% from 1200 is 1080w, 80% from 1500 is 1200, real difference is only about 120 watts, if count by 80+ standart.

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So....my opinion is AX1200i for everything. Yes, one, not two of them. One 1200w psu can handle Dual CPU motherboard with 3-way SLi\Crossfire. Just to be sure, you can ask any user with your future configuration.

Has corsair solved the issue of multi rail setup on the 1200i?
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Originally Posted by Stickeelion View Post

Thanks Freez, I'll be getting the AX1200, +rep However how much room for cabling will there be between the PSU and an RX240 rad (280mm long)

I would recommend the X-1250 its $50.00 cheaper and a way better PSU then the AX1200i, If you must have some monitoring software then stick with the 1200i.
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THIS.

Seriously.... What is the deal thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

A reliable source who is getting a sample is expecting his case to come next week. No point doing reviews on broken units.
post #2910 of 5815
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Originally Posted by Stickeelion View Post

Thanks Freez, I'll be getting the AX1200, +rep However how much room for cabling will there be between the PSU and an RX240 rad (280mm long)

You probably seen the photos, will fit fine even with much space for the cables, no problems with the routing. Thx for + in my rep biggrin.gif

Randy321 The best easy cooling solutons are 500R and Switch 810. I recommed to use the Switch 810 + Accelero Xtreme III on the gpu, if it's not a GTX670 or 680 with vertical power ports. Plus, in performance Swiftech H220 is better than H110i, with a little more worse look and tuving length, but the difference is 10 degrees less on H220.

jassilamba Not sure about the lines, ask the George.
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