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economically 60gb drives dont make a whole lot of sense. look for a deal on a 120gb

I know the Price per GB is better on the 120s, unfortunately I am on a strict budget at the moment. Also since its solely for my OS I feel like a 120 would be overkill, wouldn't it be? I'm reading that Windows is like 35gb before reducing the pagefile and removing hibernation, and after that plus updates it comes to perhaps 40gb?


Best I think I can do is a 90GB.
Edited by Strata - 6/10/13 at 5:38am
post #3112 of 10491
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I know the Price per GB is better on the 120s, unfortunately I am on a strict budget at the moment. Also since its solely for my OS I feel like a 120 would be overkill, wouldn't it be? I'm reading that Windows is like 35gb before reducing the pagefile and removing hibernation, and after that plus updates it comes to perhaps 40gb?


Best I think I can do is a 90GB.
I have a ocz vertex 64gb in my older pc and after updates and drivers I hover around 2.4gb of free space...my new one is a 128 and it has 50+GB left and I have BF3 installed on it as it allows for great loading speeds..
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post #3113 of 10491
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Hi buddies, ii wann know if someone had the same trouble that i'm currently having, see i installed 2 hdds in my haf xb but i think that the cables are to close, here are the pictures in the hdds and the motherboard. Thanks for your advices. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Hey joelccc89, I had the same problem w/ the SATA cables in my case since my PSU was so close to the hot swap bay control panel. I wound up removing the control panel completely partly because of that and also because of some issues I read online about horror stories w/ the panels shorting out and folks losing their data because of it. The panel is held in by just a couple of screws and is easily removed and then you can just run the cables straight to the drives. Unless you absolutely need hot swapping capability, I'd recommend removing it. You can still use the drive bay trays like you normally would without the control panel.

Also, I'll echo Dire Squirrel's recommendation about cleaning. Disassemble it initially and do a thorough cleaning w/ an anti-static cloth/brush then keep a can of compressed air handy at all times thumb.gif
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post #3114 of 10491
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Aside from the fact yours is way faster than mine our layouts are nearly identical. Only difference is that I put both of my microres's on the front of the case.
post #3115 of 10491
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Originally Posted by Strata View Post

I know the Price per GB is better on the 120s, unfortunately I am on a strict budget at the moment. Also since its solely for my OS I feel like a 120 would be overkill, wouldn't it be? I'm reading that Windows is like 35gb before reducing the pagefile and removing hibernation, and after that plus updates it comes to perhaps 40gb?


Best I think I can do is a 90GB.

If you are 100% certain that the drive is only going to be used for your OS then the Mushkin Enhanced line is a good choice. I have the 120gb version of this drive installed in my main rig as the OS drive and it has been working just fine for over a year now (and is quite speedy too thumb.gif).

However, if you have any potential situation where you might use the drive for more than just the OS, I would echo other comments that you should consider a higher capacity drive to give yourself the flexibility (and capacity) for future unknowns. Keep your eyes peeled...you can probably find a really good deal for just a little bit more than what you'll spend on the 60gb SSD.
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post #3116 of 10491
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Aside from the fact yours is way faster than mine our layouts are nearly identical. Only difference is that I put both of my microres's on the front of the case.

Hahaha! They ARE almost identical aren't they?? I was struggling with the placement of the MicroRes on the GPU loop and opted to install it on the back panel directly above the pump so I didn't have a 90 degree angle coming right off the pump outlet. My Antec Kuhler was a pain in the buttocks to refill though with all the air bubbles but now it works like a champ. I prefer the the look and performance of the Corsair closed loops but I had this Antec system laying around collecting dust so I thought what the heck! biggrin.gif
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post #3117 of 10491
I want to get rid of my closed loop system and replace the block and rear radiator. The flow on this old H80 is a dribble compared to my GPU loop. Here's my GPU loop from the side before I ditched the coils.

post #3118 of 10491
Here a few more promised pics:


cleaned up the inside a bit more. just the internal usb 3.0 to 2.0 adapter cabel on left side has to go away. but this happens, when I get my PCIe card with another internal USB 3.0 header


the 2 ODD went outside. sata data and power cables gone through bottom cutouts inside the cupboard. inf not needed, door is closed


here the usb 3 to usb 2 adapter. the ccfl 30cm is build in from left to right if I#m working under the mainboard tray. the ccfl sits on a few Lego bricks. fixed with power tape


my external docking station. fan mounted to cool down the HDD. power from fan throuch my internal 2nd fan controler.


after removing the 2 fan controlers and build in to the right front, sidepanel looks crappy. but today I got my CM Order - so I replaced it.

cut out on mesh area will be done next week, when I get my plexi for side and top panel. then the top Panel gets a bigger window, as a few did here before. u-profiles also ordered today. will then also next week here
I just have to check where I then put my 3 LED bars which are now in the top, because the plexi hast to be a gig larger then the cutout

furthermmore I've ordered today a very unique LED Flash unit which will go external onto the top. more I wouldn't tell yet - just as much that will be powered on the pc with usb and flashes to the sound of music (not per microphone) . let's get surprised...

today ordered new 140mm front fans from noiseblocker, because both new akasa apache 140mm fans have a noisy beariny clicking. (noise of fans is very quiet) will return them then.
post #3119 of 10491
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Here a few more promised pics:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

cleaned up the inside a bit more. just the internal usb 3.0 to 2.0 adapter cabel on left side has to go away. but this happens, when I get my PCIe card with another internal USB 3.0 header


the 2 ODD went outside. sata data and power cables gone through bottom cutouts inside the cupboard. inf not needed, door is closed


here the usb 3 to usb 2 adapter. the ccfl 30cm is build in from left to right if I#m working under the mainboard tray. the ccfl sits on a few Lego bricks. fixed with power tape


my external docking station. fan mounted to cool down the HDD. power from fan throuch my internal 2nd fan controler.


after removing the 2 fan controlers and build in to the right front, sidepanel looks crappy. but today I got my CM Order - so I replaced it.

cut out on mesh area will be done next week, when I get my plexi for side and top panel. then the top Panel gets a bigger window, as a few did here before. u-profiles also ordered today. will then also next week here
I just have to check where I then put my 3 LED bars which are now in the top, because the plexi hast to be a gig larger then the cutout

furthermmore I've ordered today a very unique LED Flash unit which will go external onto the top. more I wouldn't tell yet - just as much that will be powered on the pc with usb and flashes to the sound of music (not per microphone) . let's get surprised...

today ordered new 140mm front fans from noiseblocker, because both new akasa apache 140mm fans have a noisy beariny clicking. (noise of fans is very quiet) will return them then.


Nice ^^
It looks much better with controlers in front! and the dot over the I with the replacement side panel tongue.gif
Looking forward to seeing the new windows !
 
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Hey guys. I've been interested in this case for a while, and I think that I'll buy it for myself as a birthday gift in the next few days. I'm going to get rid of the X-Dock PCB and just hook up my HDD's directly, as I've read that has been known to cause problems. Is there anything else that I should be aware of?
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