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post #2491 of 18688
http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/Phobya-LED-Flexlight-HighDensity-120cm-Green--144x-SMD-LEDs-pid-14453.html

Would these be okay?
post #2492 of 18688

i think you have to peel of the plastic cover of it to get it fit


it gets pretty thight..
post #2493 of 18688
Okay built it today and its getting leaked test. I have one issue in that I have no idea how to route the fan leads on the bottom radiator not enough room to round the back and the front drive bay panel gets in the way if I try around the front. Any ideas?
post #2494 of 18688
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Originally Posted by EnderUK View Post

Okay built it today and its getting leaked test. I have one issue in that I have no idea how to route the fan leads on the bottom radiator not enough room to round the back and the front drive bay panel gets in the way if I try around the front. Any ideas?

Do it like me. i made them longer. took about 4 min for each fan.

Edited by Gunilla95 - 1/12/14 at 12:46pm
post #2495 of 18688
The beginnings of the "Build", but more accurately the "Non-Build" it would seem. Need some help here, am about at wits end. TIA

Case: Primo
CPU: 4770K
Cooler: Stock Intel
Mobo 1: Asus Maximus VI Formula
Mobo 2: MSI Z87-GD65
Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws F3-2133C9Q-16GXL (4x4)
GPU: EVGA 780 SC x 2
PSU: Corsair AX1200
HDD: WD Raptor 300GB
Optical: HP DVD R/W

All excepting the HDD and optical are new.

Mobo 1: Codes: A2 - IDE Detect, AE - Legacy Boot Event, 99 - Super IO initialization. Plus multiple BSOD trying to install XP (have W7 upgrade). It would install XP to the point of where it said "Starting Windows" and then the BSOD. When attempting to use a perfectly functioning W7 install done on another PC a full OS scan requirement came up and after it was done it said that the problem could not be corrected. Then this same drive would no longer boot on another PC.

Mobo 2: Same as above plus ... "Warning - The current BIOS setting do not fully support the boot device. Press [F1] to enter the BIOS Setup. Go to Advanced > Boot > CSM Parameters, and adjust the CSM (Compatibility Support Module) settings to enable the boot device."

Never found the Compatibility Support Module. The path does not exist in the MSI BIOS.

BSOD for both mobos was: "Check for viruses on your computer. Remove any newly installed hard drives or hard drive controllers. Check your hard drive to make sure it is properly configured and terminated. Run CHKDSK /F to check for hard drive corruption, and then restart your computer."

BSOD code: "STOP: 0x0000007B (0xF78D2524, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)."
post #2496 of 18688
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Originally Posted by The Redtide View Post

The beginnings of the "Build", but more accurately the "Non-Build" it would seem. Need some help here, am about at wits end. TIA

Case: Primo
CPU: 4770K
Cooler: Stock Intel
Mobo 1: Asus Maximus VI Formula
Mobo 2: MSI Z87-GD65
Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws F3-2133C9Q-16GXL (4x4)
GPU: EVGA 780 SC x 2
PSU: Corsair AX1200
HDD: WD Raptor 300GB
Optical: HP DVD R/W

All excepting the HDD and optical are new.

Mobo 1: Codes: A2 - IDE Detect, AE - Legacy Boot Event, 99 - Super IO initialization. Plus multiple BSOD trying to install XP (have W7 upgrade). It would install XP to the point of where it said "Starting Windows" and then the BSOD. When attempting to use a perfectly functioning W7 install done on another PC a full OS scan requirement came up and after it was done it said that the problem could not be corrected. Then this same drive would no longer boot on another PC.

Mobo 2: Same as above plus ... "Warning - The current BIOS setting do not fully support the boot device. Press [F1] to enter the BIOS Setup. Go to Advanced > Boot > CSM Parameters, and adjust the CSM (Compatibility Support Module) settings to enable the boot device."

Never found the Compatibility Support Module. The path does not exist in the MSI BIOS.

BSOD for both mobos was: "Check for viruses on your computer. Remove any newly installed hard drives or hard drive controllers. Check your hard drive to make sure it is properly configured and terminated. Run CHKDSK /F to check for hard drive corruption, and then restart your computer."

BSOD code: "STOP: 0x0000007B (0xF78D2524, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)."

I would suggest asking this question in the windows support threads here on OCN, but bottom line the issue seems to be the HDD. If you have a different HDD give it a shot, and see if that does the same thing.

GL with your build.
post #2497 of 18688
@The RedtideYou got the boot and install disk on a intel controlled port? Had almost the same issue with installing windows on my laptop where id uninstalled the optical to get two drives instead.. it was solved with moving the install to a drive that was full size and not laptop size (different rpm or something, dont know but that worked tongue.gif )

Have you tried with an other os? Ubuntu or another distro of your liking
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Update on my Primo




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Noob question: How exactly do I mount a radiator to the bottom of this case? Can it just sit there? The screws I have are all too long to just go through the case and into a radiator. Now if I was going

case>fan>radiator my screws would work perfectly but since I'm just going case>radiator, I'm at a loss.

Radiator is a 480 Monsta if anyone was wondering.

EDIT: Figured it out.
Edited by Terminus14 - 1/14/14 at 5:43pm
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Phobya 420mm radiator 60mm thick XSPC Photon 270 reservoir EK-FC780 Nickel EK Supremacy Nickel 
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Seagate ST2000DM Samsung 840 EVO Asus 24X DVD Burner Alphacool NexXxoS 480mm Monsta radiator 80mm thick 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Phobya 420mm radiator 60mm thick XSPC Photon 270 reservoir EK-FC780 Nickel EK Supremacy Nickel 
CoolingCoolingCoolingOS
Noiseblocker NB-eLoop B12-3 Swiftech MCP655 Lamptron CW611 Windows 7 Ultimate N 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
ASUS VS239H-P Ducky Shine 3 MX Blues White LED Corsair RM850 Enthoo Primo 
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post #2500 of 18688
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Originally Posted by Terminus14 View Post

Noob question: How exactly do I mount a radiator to the bottom of this case? Can it just sit there? The screws I have are all too long to just go through the case and into a radiator. Now if I was going

case>fan>radiator my screws would work perfectly but since I'm just going case>radiator, I'm at a loss.

Radiator is a 480 Monsta if anyone was wondering.

Screwing a rad to the bottom can be tricky since in most of the locations any screws protruding through the bottom are likely to interfere with the bottom filters.

I had my 360 monsta mounted down there in push-pull with screws through the case and fans then into the rad, and didn't have any problems with the filters, until I noticed that the screws had been pulled through the case at some point so my rad was just sitting down there unattached. I did finally manage to get a couple M3 flathead machine screws (I bought off ebay) to hold in a couple places and not get in the way of the filters, but even they seem to just barely be holding. The holes in the case they go through are almost as large as the screw heads, and I'm pretty sure I could pull the rad out, pulling the screws right through the holes, without much effort, but there's not enough room to add washers and it not hit the filters when trying to put them in/take them out.

All that to say, that if you do add screws you'll want to try to avoid the same pitfalls I ran into, and if you can get away with just sitting your 480 monsta down there without mounting it, then it might be a good idea. I'd be interested to hear what others did.
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