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post #611 of 3052
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Wouldn't of thought that psu would of been so loud that's madness, I can completely understand because silence is a big thing for me too.
Well good luck with the build look forward to seeing the photos. Should have some of my build posted up soon too thumb.gif
Check out my vid if you get the chance and let me know what you think biggrin.gif

As I said, you can get it quite quiet, but the pitch at even half speed is annoying...

Nice vid, I started on mine today and I'll post a build log in the forums and link it here, but here's a preview:

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post #612 of 3052
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Moondrake you Mass Effect fan? smile.gif nice touch smile.gif

Working the temps are okay imho, try to oc it a little and check if they jump big then re check if your waterblock is tight on cpu smile.gif
post #613 of 3052
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As I said, you can get it quite quiet, but the pitch at even half speed is annoying...

Nice vid, I started on mine today and I'll post a build log in the forums and link it here, but here's a preview:


Looks rad! I like thumb.gif
post #614 of 3052
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As it is only for gaming and on a fairly low resolution you could save some money by dropping to an i5 and using a 770 or 280x and then take some of that money towards a SSD Bootdrive.

Well, it wouldnt be low res for some games that I will be playing, with addons. Examples includes Flight Simulator X with the very system intensive PMDG777 plus the 1cm/pixel Photoreal Scenery by ORBX. Certainly, this aint low res. But thanks for your suggestions.
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Well, it wouldnt be low res for some games that I will be playing, with addons. Examples includes Flight Simulator X with the very system intensive PMDG777 plus the 1cm/pixel Photoreal Scenery by ORBX. Certainly, this aint low res. But thanks for your suggestions.

you guys are super silly. I'm using a i5 4670k and a 770 and on 1080p all ultra 64 player maps bf4 goes from like 75-120+
post #616 of 3052
Hey All, I'm Thinking of purchasing this Case as i Want To Downsize my Main Build. Is There Space Enough For Custom cooling? (Tubing, pump,etc)?
post #617 of 3052
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One of users proved that there is but it's very tight. If custom loop is a must have for you, i would rather go for bitfenix
post #618 of 3052
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Well, it wouldnt be low res for some games that I will be playing, with addons. Examples includes Flight Simulator X with the very system intensive PMDG777 plus the 1cm/pixel Photoreal Scenery by ORBX. Certainly, this aint low res. But thanks for your suggestions.
You said you're playing in 1080p... no matter what you play, the resolution is not going to change..

For PCs 1080p is pretty low res, have been playing on equivalent or higher resolutions 14 years ago, that's what i meant with low res.

Now I'm playing in 1440p for 5 years, which to me is the standard for 27" screens at a meter's distance and I still wish my resolution was higher.

And for that, a 770 or 280 on high or ultra settings are enough, (depending on mods of course), since you asked where to save some money.
Edited by Moondrake - 4/6/14 at 9:34am
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Will a 29.6mm thick Black Ice GT Stealth 240mm radiator fit with normal 25mm fans? The motherboard is going to be a Maximus VI Impact with the VRM heat sink removed in favor of a full coverage block. I heard you have 55mm of radiator/fan room, but I'm worried the motherboard will get in the way. Will I be okay?
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Will a 29.6mm thick Black Ice GT Stealth 240mm radiator fit with normal 25mm fans? The motherboard is going to be a Maximus VI Impact with the VRM heat sink removed in favor of a full coverage block. I heard you have 55mm of radiator/fan room, but I'm worried the motherboard will get in the way. Will I be okay?

The full block changes nothing, it removes the sink in front of the vrm for the block, but the backplate stays exactly the same, so you won't gain any space...
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Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Kingston HyperX 3K EVGA DVD-RW slim for Hadron  EVGA mITX CPU Cooler Win 7 Home Premium OEM 
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Apple LED Cinema Display 27" Logitech G19 EVGA Hadron internal PSU (500W Gold) EVGA Hadron Air 
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