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post #21 of 27
I agree, You have a decent case there now it just needs to be cleaned up inside, lots of options there, Crazy PC has lots of add on Bling stuff.
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post #22 of 27
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Originally Posted by fstfrddy View Post
Crazy PC has lots of add on Bling stuff.
HOLY CRAP DUDE.... this web site seriously has everything that i was looking to get... lol thnx for the refferal.... good ****...
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post #23 of 27
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lol ya I keep the hard drive like that cuz its actually quieter like this than if i were to keep it attached to the case... the vibrations and stuff resonate throughout the case if its attached... ya its kinda a polak thing to do but it works... lol
You could suspend it with some fishing nylon. Just loop it troug the screw holes in the hdd then te drive bay. It'll look better than just having it sitting there on the floor lol.
If you need further instruction on how to do the hdd suspension go to the silent pc review site and look around. google SPCR
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post #24 of 27
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Originally Posted by Silver Surfer View Post
You could suspend it with some fishing nylon.
i decide ill just keep it screwed to the bay.... its not THAT much louder... and besides... when it comes time to do the cable sleeving later it will be easier to handle if its off the bottom of the case...
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post #25 of 27
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i'm looking for a psu in the area of 700-800 watts.... ive seen some good ones with like 75-80% effeciency... Anyone have any recommendations??
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post #26 of 27
The thermaltake toughpower 700W is great value, 18dba so ver quiet and performs well.
I was initially apprehensive about getting one judging by thermaltakes other horrible PSU's, but it turns out the toughpower 700W and 750W do well, and cost les than most 700W PSU's.
Trust me I did a heck load of research on this! Other people from this and other forums also signalled that it was a goody.

It also has modularized (u can take interchange the cables) and pre-sleeved cables, which is great for cable management, and since cable management seems to be what you are after perhaps that appeals.

I really doubt your going to need 800 or even 700 watts unless your running some kinda mini chernobyl.... but if your intent on 700w, i recommend the above.
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post #27 of 27
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the stock fan on the window was a little bit noisy when i first got it... but i would recomend taking off the NZXT logo and mesh so that more air can flow more easily... that seriously reduced noise down to a whisper compared to before on mine... the only thing i wish this case had was a stock controller for the fan speed on the window mounted fan...
OK, i'm making a homemade fan controller, and I'm making a FAQ for it here...so, i'll bet letting you know abou it
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