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Some fix for the graphic card sag..

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Heheheh now let see what the back of your cases look like (cable management). Will upload a pic of mine in the next few days xd
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Quick question guys, If i want to add in another 140mm to the front (2 total) , but the only header left on my Mobo is a spare CPU fan connector, is it okay to plug it in there. The mobo doesn't have anymore chassis fan connectors?

Edited by Born For TDM - 6/8/13 at 12:40pm
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Here's some quick pics of my build. Finally finished it! I went for a green theme cause I like green, it matches my Headset (Razer Kraken Pro), and I don't see a lot of green builds (mostly Red then white or blue).



I painted the rings that came with the SP120s and AF120 to match the build. The power supply doesn't match which is a bummer but I got it for a good price and it doesn't throw the case off that much. If It becomes a problem I can always just sleeve the front part of it in black.

I think that I did okay with cable management. My PSU isn't modular so it was a pain but after a couple hours I got everything tucked away. I didn't take any pictures though :/
the only wires that bug me are the SATA cable that I can probably tuck away, the fan cable at the bottom right of the case, and all the wires that came with the H100i. I really like the H100is LED though. I couldn't get any good pictures of it but I set it to glow green.

Before I had the SP120 Quite editions on the H100i I had the stock and I was amazed at the switch. When I first started up the system with the new SP120 quite editions I thought they were broken cause I couldn't hear them! Even at Max I cant hear them that much. The loudest part of my system would be the GTX 670 FTW. I cant hear it with my headphones on but when I take them off its super loud XD

For specs:
Intel i5-3570k (no overclock... yet)
EVGA GTX 670 FTW 2gb
Corsair Vengence 8gb DDR3 1600mhz
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Corsair H100i Water Cooler
Windows 7 Home Edition (Cause screw Windows 8)
Thermaltake TR2 TR-700 700w PSU
Corsair AF120 Fan (x1) & Corsair SP120 PWM Fan (x2) the stock

So far I am loving the case (I have the windowed... just realized I didn't take any wideshot pictures....) but one thing that annoys me is that my headset doesn't work with the front panel ports frown.gif
Maybe its my motherboard but I just ended up using the audio parts in the back I/O panel which work just as well I guess.

I kinda wrote a lot but I guess that's just because I am proud of my first build XD I love the pictures of other peoples builds and I cant wait to see what others do with the case as well!

nice! where did you get those colored sleeved cables?
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nice! where did you get those colored sleeved cables?

I got them from PC Performance.com

They were pretty expensive (like $8 a cable?) but I just didn't want to have to do the sleeving myself. tongue.gif
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Quick question guys, If i want to add in another 140mm to the front (2 total) , but the only header left on my Mobo is a spare CPU fan connector, is it okay to plug it in there. The mobo doesn't have anymore chassis fan connectors?

You should be fine. Personally, I would get a 3 pin y-splitter and hook them into the same connector. That way if your BIOS does allow for some kind of voltage regulation, you can control both.
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Poo, my corsair fans arrived but one of the 140mm had a broken blade, replacement on the way though!
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You should be fine. Personally, I would get a 3 pin y-splitter and hook them into the same connector. That way if your BIOS does allow for some kind of voltage regulation, you can control both.
I was reading around and people seem to think its bad to connect more than 1 fan to each header. Is it okay to use a y-splitter like this? Or does it only become a problem when you want to control 3-4+ fans via one header?
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