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post #11 of 22
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Hi Charlie,

after contemplating about your statement and aditional research I have come to the conclusion that teh SC signature 1 is possibly a better option for this case.

This is why I changed my order and so will be receiving the EVGA GTX 680 SC signature instead of the second one. The card does show high temperatures due to the reference fan. However I do agree that it is better to protect the CPU from heat above anything else. Especially for future overclocking atempts.

In addition I have switched from the G.Skill Ares 2 x 8GB @ 1866 to Corsair Vengeance 2x 8Gb @ 1866. This because the availability of the Ares was low, and am too impatient to wait for 2 weeks or more wink.gif
post #12 of 22
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Hi Charlie,

after contemplating about your statement and aditional research I have come to the conclusion that teh SC signature 1 is possibly a better option for this case.

This is why I changed my order and so will be receiving the EVGA GTX 680 SC signature instead of the second one. The card does show high temperatures due to the reference fan. However I do agree that it is better to protect the CPU from heat above anything else. Especially for future overclocking atempts.

In addition I have switched from the G.Skill Ares 2 x 8GB @ 1866 to Corsair Vengeance 2x 8Gb @ 1866. This because the availability of the Ares was low, and am too impatient to wait for 2 weeks or more wink.gif

Good choice going with the reference one. I had a Silverstone PS07B (Inverted mATX case) before my Lian Li, and I tried out 2 non-reference 560/560ti's and they turned the case into an oven/crashed due to temperature because of the size/design of the case and the restricted airflow that comes with it. Switched to a reference 5870 and all was good. thumb.gif
    
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Hi Charlie,

after contemplating about your statement and aditional research I have come to the conclusion that teh SC signature 1 is possibly a better option for this case.

This is why I changed my order and so will be receiving the EVGA GTX 680 SC signature instead of the second one. The card does show high temperatures due to the reference fan. However I do agree that it is better to protect the CPU from heat above anything else. Especially for future overclocking atempts.

In addition I have switched from the G.Skill Ares 2 x 8GB @ 1866 to Corsair Vengeance 2x 8Gb @ 1866. This because the availability of the Ares was low, and am too impatient to wait for 2 weeks or more wink.gif

Im glad you did smile.gif. The temp differences on potential GPU overclocking is a lot lighter than the CPU overclocking. Keppler is also made for going about under 70c due to the "downclocking" you get at above 70c. I run my card at 75c for silence tho, because 13mhz on the core really doesnt matter much to me.

Another 1ghz on the cpu tho... thats a bit more noticable in my book smile.gif.


We want pics, and we want results mate smile.gif.



EDIT: Also, make sure those are LP mem sticks mate, would be a real shame if it didnt come together properly
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post #15 of 22
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The more I read into it, the more I am convinced to have made a smart decision regarding the GPU. So thank you very much, becuase if you didnt mention it, I would have overlooked it.

The RAM are indeed Low Profile. I have done some research on why I had a hard time finding suitable RAM sticks. Apperantly the resources needed to build the sticks is getting scarce, and has a hard time keeping up with demand. This could mean that the production time, cost, and so consumer price is estimated to go up. In addition they might get harder and harder to obtain.

I guess I will post pictures of the components coming in smile.gif Starting the build when I have all the components, which should be soon.

The case I received today. Never saw it IRL and am amazed of how small it actually is. For your convenience I have put a bottle of whiskey next to it to get a sense of the size. No better way to measure size with a bottle of whiskey right? Also it is no longer than a shoe size 10.

Edit: Let me know if you want any specific photo's.





Edited by Resabio - 3/20/13 at 9:01am
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I usually use a cigarette package because they are the same size everywhere.

As you can see Im not using a reference style cooler, but thats just because Im using an I5-3450, non clockable CPU. So heat really isnt an issue. You actually got me a bit interested in the cooler youre using tho. The top fan of the chassi is starting to sound a bit and its really important to me that the computer is silent so Ive turned it off smile.gif.

This is the SG07:





Let us see how the cable management went inside your case smile.gif
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post #17 of 22
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Allright people!

After some delays all my hardware arrived smile.gif

Time to build!!

post #18 of 22
Nice, I always love the feeling you get on the day when all the parts show up. Looks like this should be a great build, can't wait to see how it turns out. biggrin.gif
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post #19 of 22
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First things first:

Disassembling the case:




Installing the SSD's




Motherboard so tiny biggrin.gif



Note that I preinstalled the RAM because it would be impossible with the CPU fan installed


Now for the CPU fan, this was tricky, even with the low profile CPU fan CM GeminII m4

Now installed the CPU fan, the heatsink does touch some metal in the motherboard aswell,,, is this a problem??






Some insight would be nice before proceeding smile.gif
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