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post #2681 of 10499
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Originally Posted by Ramsey77 View Post

My flat top mesh panel is done. I will post some pics of it installed when I get home tonight. I think it turned out well. What say you?

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Looks fantastic.. Bet it looks even better installed thumb.gif
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post #2682 of 10499
The computer after picking it up from the post office.

Unboxing all the pretties.

Dismantling the case to add Push/Pull and the parts.

Power Supply, SSD, DvD Drive and Hard-Drives hooked up and in!

Motherboard in and powered up.

Fans, Radiator, CPU and Ram all connected, Excuse the cable mess, It's controlled in the end.

Big ass Graphics Card that's the same size as my forearm.

Glamour shot of the insides.

Final Setup!


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HAF XB
Intel I7-3770K
Corsair Vengeance 16GB
Radeon 7970 3GB
ASRock Z77 Extreme4
Samsung 128GB SSD
2TB Hard-Drive
Blu-Ray DvD Drive
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Corsair 750M Power Supply

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post #2683 of 10499
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Thanks man, I appreciate it. Pretty anxious to see it on the case.

I can't wait to see it, that is so professional looking too, great job.
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Xozat
Congrats m8! clean looking build there smile.gif is it running ok too?
 
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post #2685 of 10499
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Xozat
Congrats m8! clean looking build there smile.gif is it running ok too?

Actually I'm getting some screen tearing in League of Legends which I'm currently trying to fix, I've tried Graphics Drivers and different setteings e.g Vsync etc. But having no luck so far.
    
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post #2686 of 10499
Screen tearing is more prevalent in amd cards. Try using a different dvi cable, ?

edit: what refresh rate does your monitor show?
post #2687 of 10499
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Screen tearing is more prevalent in amd cards. Try using a different dvi cable, ?

edit: what refresh rate does your monitor show?

Running 60Hz on my monitor, Tried 2 cables and the same result.
    
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post #2688 of 10499
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Running 60Hz on my monitor, Tried 2 cables and the same result.

Try the hdmi connection if you can. Weird issue but I know it can happen w/ the amd 7xxx series. One of the reasons why I abandoned quad 7970s.

Is vsync on through CCC? i would turn it off from there and use the games option.

If you still have no luck, hit up the 79xx club thread thumb.gif
post #2689 of 10499
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