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post #8591 of 9620
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Originally Posted by Wolftame View Post

Great! Thank you!
Very fast and good service from Corsair too, I misunderstood the request to send them my case (automated reply). They just wanted a screenshot or pdf of my receipt for the case and they immediately shipped out a replacement fascia despite my case being 2 years old (not quite, I guess the warranty is 2 years). So soon my case will be whole again.
Now my question is, buy the airflow edition upgrade parts? Can't decide if I like the mesh or clean look better. Thinking the airflow one with HD cage in the bottom would provide a better direct airflow over the gfx card.

Wow thats nice!thumb.gif

Aaaaand again another link.
Quoting him "Admittedly temperatures haven’t really changed"
I think its more an question of asthetics, since the airinlets of the old panel on the sides are quite big.
post #8592 of 9620
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Originally Posted by o0cc0o View Post

Wow thats nice!thumb.gif

Aaaaand again another link.
Quoting him "Admittedly temperatures haven’t really changed"
I think its more an question of asthetics, since the airinlets of the old panel on the sides are quite big.

To be fair, his setup is fully water cooled so might have less of an impact, I'm stuck with a gfx card that there isn't any water block for (well one that is near impossible to find) so it might help a bit feeding the cards air intake. But yeah, it's a lot about aesthetics and that's where I'm torn. One one hand the minimalistic clean look is really nice, but I also like the mesh look too. Well, I guess there's no need to decide in a hurry.
post #8593 of 9620
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Originally Posted by Corsair Joseph View Post

Looks awesome! I really like how it glows, not too much, just enough to recognize the Corsair sails logo. Nicely done thumb.gif
Red!
I don't think it'll make a huge difference in terms of performance, but I say intake. That should keep your case internal airflow positive.
Cool, looks like the stock 750d 140mm fan wont fit on the bottom but I will put a stock h100i 120mm fan on the bottom as intake.
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post #8594 of 9620
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Thinking the airflow one with HD cage in the bottom would provide a better direct airflow over the gfx card.

I took the front cover and dust filter on mine off and it made no difference to gpu temps.
post #8595 of 9620
While waiting for fans and 90deg fittings to come back in store at EK's and radiator from WatercoolingUK I ordered a whole bunch of dust filters from eBay, will use them for aesthetics as well as functionality. They are just $2 a pop and imo they look quite nice and if your choice of fans are for performance more than looks they might help a bit
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I will be running a full custom EK setup with a Hardware Labs Nemesis GTS 420 radiator in the roof. The pump and res (14cm res) combo will be mounted on top of the leftmost bottom fan using EK's spider mount. Was going with pastel coolant but changed my mind and will just use EK's blood red coolant. Think it might look quite good despite being fairly stock and not full on modding. I will replacing the stock fans in the case and any others I have in there now with EK Vardar fans (7x F3-140ER and 1x F4-120ER). My current H100i and Corsair fans will go to my brother as his Christmas present wink.gif
post #8596 of 9620
Hello this is my build:
i5 4690k 4.7 GHz
GTX 980 Matrix SLI
Asus MAximus VII Hero
Corsair GT 120GB
WD 1TB Black
3x Corsair 140AF
3x Corsair 120SP
1x Corsair 120AF
Radiator XSPC 360 v3
CoolerMaster Eisberg
Corsair RM750
XSPC temp sensor
RAM Corsair Vengence 16GB 2133MHz
Cables Cable mode black



Pls guys let me know what do you think about my build, cheers
post #8597 of 9620
Decided to finally retire 750D entirely. Its missing fans an ssd bracket and one hdd bay tray i think, potentially standoff or two but whoever wants her free can have it if they come pick it up. (Orlando fl)

Throwing it here in-case some have been eyeing builds but could not get the case
My first decent case was free from here so just passing it forward and no giveaway since just...whoever needs it can have it.
Edited by Feyris - 10/25/15 at 1:14pm
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post #8598 of 9620
Final Video with benchmarks,Never even hit 60 degrees through a full stress test with the water system I have in place, was pretty amazing to see my friend max out the voltages of the GPU's and the CPU, all the while barely getting over 50 degrees.





post #8599 of 9620
Just switched from my 750D to a 900D here are some pics let me know what you guys think.

750D
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900D

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post #8600 of 9620
here is my build with the 750D. there is no audio in the video because i got lazy near the end of it and just uploaded it.

https://youtu.be/TJKh4iGBP2M
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