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Poll Results: What should i do about the yellow decals on the board and GPU?

 
  • 50% (8)
    Keep the decals on the board and card, they look good.
  • 50% (8)
    Cover the yellow decals with carbon fiber wrap to keep the black/white theme of the build.
16 Total Votes  
post #51 of 67
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Originally Posted by sockpirate View Post

Ok guys here is the build for now all put together. Still need to get the full acrylic side window and some sleeved extensions. Enjoy smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)












Edited by KidLi - 12/11/12 at 10:41pm
post #52 of 67
The lightning would look perfect on the M-Power!
post #53 of 67
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Originally Posted by sockpirate View Post

Ok guys here is the build for now all put together. Still need to get the full acrylic side window and some sleeved extensions. Enjoy smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)












[SIZE]GORGEOUS![/SIZE]
Use spoilers sozo.gifsozo.gifsozo.gifsozo.gif
post #54 of 67
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Originally Posted by AlPh4Kil1 View Post

The lightning would look perfect on the M-Power!

Yes lol it looks great, i think i will keep the decals as they don't detract from the build at all!
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Use spoilers sozo.gifsozo.gifsozo.gifsozo.gif

lol i dont think he knew!
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post #55 of 67
Well its a great build! How is it preforming?
post #56 of 67
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Originally Posted by sockpirate View Post

I am thinking of switching the front 200mm fan from intake to exhaust because this GPU pumps the hot air into the case unlike the blower designs that exhaust it ?

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Originally Posted by KidLi View Post

Should I do the same thing?! My Accelero blows in the same direction as your GPU. Here is my current thermal dynamic layout.

I was thinking, if we turn the top 200mm exhaust into an intake, the intake pressure would increase thus resulting in dust being pushed out along with heat through say the single 120mm back exhaust.
Now if we turned the front 200mm intake into an exhaust, we would decrease the pressure inside resulting in dust being sucked in through various holes say on the back.
Thoughts anyone?
BTW! That GPU is so sexy. I still have your olllllllddddd 580 biggrin.gif

The way to fix this is to leave the front fan but change the side fans to blow outwards as this will suck all the air outwards and the card should suck it in from the back that way. The HDD's do need a bit of air to pass over them to assist in longevity.
 
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post #57 of 67
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Well its a great build! How is it preforming?

Well im running the 680 on stock for now at the stock 1200 boost clock. Running my 3570k at 4.5, everything is running smoothly smile.gif

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The way to fix this is to leave the front fan but change the side fans to blow outwards as this will suck all the air outwards and the card should suck it in from the back that way. The HDD's do need a bit of air to pass over them to assist in longevity.

Well for the most part i have the side panel off so this isnt a factor for me but, when i do have it on i am using the side window not mesh.
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post #58 of 67
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Well im running the 680 on stock for now at the stock 1200 boost clock. Running my 3570k at 4.5, everything is running smoothly smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Well for the most part i have the side panel off so this isnt a factor for me but, when i do have it on i am using the side window not mesh.

Why have the side panel off? You will cover the inside of the PC with dust redface.gif
And yeah I noticed that after posting. thumb.gif
 
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post #59 of 67
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Originally Posted by sockpirate View Post

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Originally Posted by OverClocker55 View Post

Well its a great build! How is it preforming?

Well im running the 680 on stock for now at the stock 1200 boost clock. Running my 3570k at 4.5, everything is running smoothly smile.gif

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

The way to fix this is to leave the front fan but change the side fans to blow outwards as this will suck all the air outwards and the card should suck it in from the back that way. The HDD's do need a bit of air to pass over them to assist in longevity.

Well for the most part i have the side panel off so this isnt a factor for me but, when i do have it on i am using the side window not mesh.
Do you like how the msi cards like start up backwards to remove dust?
post #60 of 67
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Why have the side panel off? You will cover the inside of the PC with dust redface.gif
And yeah I noticed that after posting. thumb.gif

i have always had my side panels off, i dunno just a habit, i like being able to see the insides. Im always messing with the inside of the case too. I go through some compressed air though lol.

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Do you like how the msi cards like start up backwards to remove dust?

Its a cool function i remember that all the way back from my 580s. The cards stay clean.
Edited by sockpirate - 11/30/12 at 2:00am
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