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congrats man for ur new case and what a beautiful dog!!!
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congrats man for ur new case and what a beautiful dog!!!

Thanks a lot! He is the definition of a mutt. I got him from a friend whose dog had babies from a random lover who jumped the fence. It turns out that he is a Chow Chow, Beagle, Golden Retriever, Pointer, and Soft coated wheaten terrier. He's 7 months and only 30lbs, according to his DNA test they say he should between 50-87lbs. I'm holding my breath on that one lol.
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... He's 7 months and only 30lbs, according to his DNA test they say he should between 50-87lbs. I'm holding my breath on that one lol.
Dogs get DNA tests now???

Here is my 540 and helper.


Upper right corner. 2x 280mm 45mm thick Alphacool NexXxos UT45 and Notura 140mm PWM fans


Front RAD mounted in new holes.


Rad Junction hose installed. 3/8 ID, 5/8 OD tubing. Rotary Barb fittings chosen for low profile clearance.
Koolance 90 degree NZL-L10B-BK, Enzotech 30 degree BRHF-G1/4-38-30


Reservoir is soon to be mounted upright on hanging brackets.
The Bitspower multi-z 150 is too long, but maybe I can make it fit. The 80 model would have been easier.

It's pumping water now. Swiftech Apogee Drive II pump & water block combo socket 2011.
I have DVD, SSDs, Ram, all tested in my old 2600k system.
When I finally get my deep discount on a 4930k, I will buy the rest.


Pappy the Papillion. No loyalty, first pretty face with food and he is gone.


Rift Raft Pack.
Edited by WarDad - 11/3/13 at 9:23am
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post #3104 of 12293
Good nigh guys, when i finished my rig i realized that the door system is kinda of complex or is just my case that came deffective. The door seems toe be misaligned and can't close totally, actually it leaves a small gap in the top rigth gap rigth before the front panel plastic as it is not closing preoperly, like a bit misaligned, the window doesnt keep mounted in the case, only close if i aplly presure and put the screwes quicly. Not big deal but i would like to confirm if this is part of the design and you also have this same problem in your case or is mine which came deffective. I will take some pictures tomorrow.

update: I just switched the other side panel (no windowed) to the windowed panel location, and it seems it also leave this very small gap in the top front before front panel plastic. As i susptected is a design issue.
Edited by Sujeto 1 - 11/2/13 at 8:18pm
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I have to do that with my case to. I don't consider it a big deal.
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Anyone have the silver version of the air 540?
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Dogs get DNA tests now???

Here is my 540 and helper.


Upper right corner. 2x 280mm 45mm thick Alphacool NexXxos UT45 and Notura 140mm PWM fans


Front RAD mounted in new holes.


Rad Junction hose installed. 3/8 ID, 5/8 OD tubing. Rotary Barb fittings chosen for low profile clearance.
Koolance 90 degree NZL-L10B-BK, Enzotech 30 degree BRHF-G1/4-38-30


Reservoir is soon to be mounted upright on hanging brackets.
The Bitspower multi-z 150 is too long, but maybe I can make it fit. The 80 model would have been easier.

It's pumping water now. Swiftech Apogee Drive II pump & water block combo socket 2011.
I have DVD, SSDs, Ram, all tested in my old 2600k system.
When I finally get my deep discount on a 4930k, I will buy the rest.


Pappy the Papillion. No loyalty, first pretty face with food and he is gone.


The rafting pack.

This made my day biggrin.gif
This is great, is that your regular hobby?
   
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Hello , everyone. Been watching your builds and decided to post mine. Hope you guys enjoy it. The specs are I7-3820@4.75Ghz with EK Supreme WB , Msi Big Bang XpowerII , Saphhire 7990 with EK SP10000 WB , MSI 7970 with AlphaCool WB and Backplate, the rads are both Alphacool 45mm with 8 SP120 Corsair High Performance fans and everything is pumped with an DDC Ultra With EK top + reservoir, 16GB Corsair XMS3 at 2000Mhz, 2x 1TB WD Black Enterprise, SSD OCZ Vertex4, Corsair AX1200i PSU and i think that's about it. Posted a 3dmark and the temps idle at 33 degrees Celsius and max out at about 47 on the GPU's and 53-54 on the CPU. Cheers.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7334973











Edited by TyNiX - 11/3/13 at 7:08am
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I am still waiting on the EK-FC terminal, but I did install the power supply. It requires me to use the last thumb screw holes for it.



1300 watts for less than 200 bucks and based on Superflower Leadex design? Heck yes! This PSU is better than current offerings from Seasonic! Way cheaper than the x1250 and AX1200i from Seasonic and Corsair respectively.
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Sweet build, looking good TyNiX! And very nice temps! Congrats!
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