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Let me know if 40cm cables are enough! smile.gif I love the look of the red/black cables and want to order some, but would love to know what lengths others have tested smile.gif

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Let me know if 40cm cables are enough! smile.gif I love the look of the red/black cables and want to order some, but would love to know what lengths others have tested smile.gif

Thanks!

Yes I wouldn't mind knowing as well. I quite like the red or White cabling. For now I am just waiting for the weekend to be able to pull out my SSD from the old PC and stick it in the 250D to fire it and see if all boots well (after reinstalling Windows of course).
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Originally Posted by Sinate View Post

Let me know if 40cm cables are enough! smile.gif I love the look of the red/black cables and want to order some, but would love to know what lengths others have tested smile.gif

Thanks!

Those yellow and black cables do look very sweet. So tempting but those are priced much higher than some of the other sets.
post #254 of 3058
New to the forums. Nice to see all these great builds in the 250d.

- Corsair Obsidian 250D case
- Corsair AX760 PSU
- MSI Z87I GAMING AC
- Core i5 4670K CPU
- Corsair Vengeance Pro 2133Mhz 16GB
- Corsair H100i w/ SP120
- MSI 760 GTX OC 2Gb ITX graphics card
- Samsung EVO 240GB SSD
- WD 1TB HDD

I have a slight problem with my build however and I am curious if any of the other H100i owners out there have had the same problem or not. I have what sounds like an air bubble trapped in the CPU block. It litterally sounds like a 1990's HDD clicking away. The noise is only there when I have the case sitting on my desk the way it was designed. I can place it any other way and the noise goes away. I have let it sit and run for almost a week now at different angles but no success in getting it out. Do any of you have tips on how I can get rid of this annoyance or should I look at an RMA?
post #255 of 3058
Quick question for you all.

I currently have a 2600K and a Sabertooth P67. I want to move to the Corsair 250D. I'm looking for 1155 mobos because I don't really want to spend money on an equivalent 1150 processor. Any suggestions for a mini ITX? Asus, Gigabyte, Z77, H77, etc.

Thanks!
Edited by ChrisHennigan - 3/14/14 at 6:51am
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Quick question for you all.

I currently have a 2600K and a Sabertooth P67. I want to move to the Corsair 250D. I'm looking for 1155 mobos because I don't really want to spend money on an equivalent 1150 processor. Any suggestions for a mini ITX? Asus, Gigabyte, Z77, H77, etc.

Thanks!

Do you plan to OC that 2600K?

Both Asus and ASRock make pretty good Z77 boards.
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I've don't it before, but right now it's stock. By the time I may need to OC, the new processors may be out.
post #258 of 3058
Ok Build is now complete!

Was a fun first project for water cooling, may go back to it and change some stuff in time but happy with how it is now.












Hope the white color isn't to boring but wanted just a clean look, and just love the look of the white milk looking fluid in a PC.
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I've don't it before, but right now it's stock. By the time I may need to OC, the new processors may be out.

The Asus Z77 mini itx board was great when I had it. No problems with it at all. But for me the new Z87 bios and features are a win compared to the Z77 line. I think when the new x99 comes out everything in the Z77 and Z87 line will come down in price by 25% or more and will be selling on here and fleabay etc.. I see the ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe on there used for $125.00 or less which is a good deal.. wink.gif
    
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Those yellow and black cables do look very sweet. So tempting but those are priced much higher than some of the other sets.

It's because it is a whole set of cables which in a mini itx build you will not use contact them via email and tell them the cables you need only like
24-pin, 8-pin mobo, 8-pin pci express, 6-pin pci express etc and the price will be much lower when you do that.
    
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