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post #521 of 3052
Thanks, i'll give that setting a try tommorow. I just use the sleep button in the windows power menu. Well today i put it in sleep and the blinking power light was on to confirm sleep but 30secs later all power died and it lost its sleep state. I could tell all power died as the maximus impact start button led went dark and then came back on.
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post #522 of 3052
Interesting that it appears to enter sleep properly. Is hibernate turned on in windows?
post #523 of 3052
I am still not finished but I really wanted to put something else up here while I wait for a few more parts (and velcro ties) to arrive. thumb.gif






post #524 of 3052
Very nice thumb.gif Ive always wondered though, assuming you dont use the optical drive tray, can you flip the radiator around so the tubes are at the front? Or is the front fan in the way?
Edited by kolo7127 - 3/31/14 at 7:05pm
post #525 of 3052
I think you can. No, I actually know you can since Linus did it on his 250D.



I chose not to because I may end up using an optical drive or buy the ASUS OC Panel. biggrin.gif

post #526 of 3052
And he still has the tray in I see.
post #527 of 3052
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i also have tray in mine rig, it's 0 problems fitting with gigabyte gtx 770 and h100i on the other side smile.gif
post #528 of 3052
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Originally Posted by kolo7127 View Post

And he still has the tray in I see.

Yepp, but he goes on to mention how the cage is pushing down on the tubes. I am a pretty big sissy when it comes to watercooling. The last thing I need is for the tubes to snap off the pump and leak all over the place - like this guy: http://imgur.com/a/RuEGo





As I was getting ready to put my PC back in its place I could not find where I put my @*#&* gloves. I HATE finger prints (and dust) and so I found myself almost wishing this case had a handle on it. Then I had a flashback to one of my more memorable builds and remembered I might have stashed something that could help me out in situations like this...



I miss DFI. sadsmiley.gif
post #529 of 3052
Thanks for confirming that, I've always been curious. I feel like by keeping the tubes near the front, they arent coiled up over the mobo and give you cleaner view from the top panel. That way you can see all the pretty parts without the obstruction of ugly black tubes. Might be different if they were colored or clear like a custom loop.
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i also have tray in mine rig, it's 0 problems fitting with gigabyte gtx 770 and h100i on the other side smile.gif

This thread could use more pictures. thumb.gif
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