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post #1 of 7
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Completed my order this afternoon can't wait for tomorrow!



Will be taking pictures while assembling, any general tips are welcome!

Do you guys think I should get some antistatic gloves? or just ground from power supply ?
post #2 of 7
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Got everything installed. Here are some quick blurry pictures I took from my phone sorry for the quality.
Some comments about the build, the case was good overall but the hard drive cage + mounts are very bad quality and the hard drives keep falling as soon as you move the case or plug in sata/power cables. The fans that came with the cooler are quite loud thinking of replacing them.

Also the led lights are dark orange/red color if you see them up close no idea why they look pink in the pictures

UPDATE : Took some better pictures switch sides of the psu, removed 1 sli bridge, redid cable management!

















Edited by 90C07B12 - 2/28/13 at 2:15pm
post #3 of 7
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Do you guys think the 850 watt psu is enough ? Is there something that I can check power consumption under full load?
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ney i think you are fine. Even a 750 watt psu would be enough for 2x Gtx 680.
To measure the power consumption you could just buy a cheap test device for your energy socket.

btw nice build! I like white computers thumb.gif but the led strip is red lol
One question: Isn´t it possible to invert the PSU with the fan below to the ground? Most cases are able to do and i think its the normal way.
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nice build. oh and you only need 1 sli bridge
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Quote:
Originally Posted by squall325 View Post

nice build. oh and you only need 1 sli bridge
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Originally Posted by Pandora51 View Post

ney i think you are fine. Even a 750 watt psu would be enough for 2x Gtx 680.
To measure the power consumption you could just buy a cheap test device for your energy socket.

btw nice build! I like white computers thumb.gif but the led strip is red lol
One question: Isn´t it possible to invert the PSU with the fan below to the ground? Most cases are able to do and I think its the normal way.

The led looks more orange in in real life as soon as I take a picture it looks red/pinkish, the power supply is correct I think it looks ugly if I put the fan on the bottom.


Should I remove the second bridge?
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Is there a reason why my cpu jumps to 87 c and then drops down to 65-70 after 15-20 minutes during prime95?


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