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post #6921 of 10493
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GUYS i was looking at some thing strange in my case today .... Did cooler-master forgot to drill and install 2 1/8 rivets on my pci back plate LOL ???
Nope, mine looks like that too. Funny, I never noticed it until you pointed it out.
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post #6922 of 10493

Lol, there's a few empty rivet holes i've come across. The PCI Bracket and IO Guard are completely removable by drilling out the rivets. So those pieces could maybe be sourced out. It makes it alot easier if you wanted to mod too

    
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post #6923 of 10493
I noticed it, I just figured its the same back plate as what would be in another computer made by CM and they just pulled it and used it on the XB. This could be why it has the extra 2 holes and being that gravity would hold down the bracket and anything attached to it, it only needed 2 rivets to be secure. This saves on having to use more rivets (consider 2 x 100,000 cases is alot of saved rivets) and not having to produce a specific PCI back plate, just use one already on the floor, would mean money saved off the bottom line.

Truthfully, I'd imagine our case has several parts reused off of various other PCs, the x-board, HDD bays, 5.25 drive bays, etc... this could be part of the reason a new production case came out so cheap. I fully expected it to be $150-$200 range when it released, not $99!!!
Edited by TLSheff - 1/29/14 at 6:58am
post #6924 of 10493
Hey guys,

As some of you know I won 10K at the Niagara Casino recently and am now ready to add some things to my build. I am very much leaning towards another GPU to go SLI. I currently have a single EVGA GTX 780 SC. I was also thinking of grabbing 16GB of the Corsair Platinum...

Should I add another EVGA GTX 780 SC?
Would anyone recommend a RAM upgrade from my current 16gb 1600 Corsair Vengeance?

Would love some cool ideas guys... Thoughts? No real ceiling on my budget, ball parking $1500.

My full build is below.

thanks guys,
Justified

P.S. I have already started to design a full loop custom cooling system that I hope to post here in a bit... crazy stuff lol
post #6925 of 10493
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Hey guys,

As some of you know I won 10K at the Niagara Casino recently and am now ready to add some things to my build. I am very much leaning towards another GPU to go SLI. I currently have a single EVGA GTX 780 SC. I was also thinking of grabbing 16GB of the Corsair Platinum...

Should I add another EVGA GTX 780 SC?
Would anyone recommend a RAM upgrade from my current 16gb 1600 Corsair Vengeance?

Would love some cool ideas guys... Thoughts? No real ceiling on my budget, ball parking $1500.

My full build is below.

thanks guys,
Justified

P.S. I have already started to design a full loop custom cooling system that I hope to post here in a bit... crazy stuff lol

Congrats on winning at the casino. So awesome and spending it on PC parts is, for sure, the way to go. I would say that another 780 couldn't hurt. Especially since you can. As for the RAM, what you have is perfectly fine and maybe putting the money into your custom loop would be more advantageous. You could also get more SSD space, maybe do some mods on the case like windows or changing the mesh up front too painting the case something different.

I look forward to seeing what you come up with. Cheers.
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Guys, those of you with massive power supplies may like this. It's kind of ghetto looking but it sure does work. This is me mocking up my AX850 in preparation for my AX1200. Those are 2" standoffs screwed together. I'm going to try to see if I can get away with only using 2" in length instead of 4"/, since it's just ridiculous.

post #6927 of 10493
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Hey guys,

As some of you know I won 10K at the Niagara Casino recently and am now ready to add some things to my build. I am very much leaning towards another GPU to go SLI. I currently have a single EVGA GTX 780 SC. I was also thinking of grabbing 16GB of the Corsair Platinum...

Should I add another EVGA GTX 780 SC?
Would anyone recommend a RAM upgrade from my current 16gb 1600 Corsair Vengeance?

Would love some cool ideas guys... Thoughts? No real ceiling on my budget, ball parking $1500.

My full build is below.

thanks guys,
Justified

P.S. I have already started to design a full loop custom cooling system that I hope to post here in a bit... crazy stuff lol

Gratz! biggrin.gif
a 2nd card sounds nice smile.gif
IF you are gonna change the ram (corsair platinum is nice.. have them myself) go for 2x8 instead of 4x4, runs better smile.gif Upgrade the lightbar.
A costume loop is a good idea aswell to get those bad boys running cool and quiet,, or though that would probably require some modding to get more than 360mm worth of rad in the case. Modding or external..
My external solution works great! cool and quiet at high OC when im home, and a bit more noisy and at lower OC when im at lan (dont wanna bring my external setup to LAN partys)
but it is definitely also possible to fit a LOT more rad in the case with some creative modding. kpoeticg's log.. think he is gonna have ~3x360 in hes
and yea, window mod is always a good idea if you want a better looking case thumb.gif
Wanna throw more money away? buy some more 4770K's and find the best one.. send 2nd best to me, and make a necklace of the rest. lol rolleyes.gif
 
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post #6928 of 10493
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Guys, those of you with massive power supplies may like this. It's kind of ghetto looking but it sure does work. This is me mocking up my AX850 in preparation for my AX1200. Those are 2" standoffs screwed together. I'm going to try to see if I can get away with only using 2" in length instead of 4"/, since it's just ridiculous.


Hmm, that is one way to go tongue.gif just looks butt ugly if you ask me.. good idea! but sticking out like that? makes it harder to move the case around..
If I was forced to have a big ass AX1200 in my case, I would ditch the hotswap and get the PSU all the way in.
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It CAN be done without any modding, but yea.. TIGHT fit.. but I would say 3-5cm spacers would be enough.. looks like you are planing 10-12cm?

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Oh.. didnt understand the 2'' 4'' part smile.gif sound like you are planing on going shorter.. yea, 2'' will definitely be enough smile.gif maybe even a bit shorter.
Edited by GaMbi2004 - 1/30/14 at 1:25pm
 
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post #6929 of 10493
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Guys, those of you with massive power supplies may like this. It's kind of ghetto looking but it sure does work. This is me mocking up my AX850 in preparation for my AX1200. Those are 2" standoffs screwed together. I'm going to try to see if I can get away with only using 2" in length instead of 4"/, since it's just ridiculous.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I also managed to cram an oversized PSU in this case, but if I was going to give myself some more breathing room, I'd get something like this:http://www.frozencpu.com/products/7798/cpa-252/Lian_Li_PE-01_Power_Supply_Extension_Bracket_-_Black_PE-01.html?tl=g43c241s628&id=a5VLzBKS

It'd take some minor drilling, but it'd give you a much cleaner look. I think that bracket is twice the size of the original Cooler Master one.
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I bought that lian li bracket when i ordered my Antec HCP-1300 Platinum, but i didn't even need it. It fits with the stock bracket

    
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