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post #11 of 22
looking good. i've been working on my build recently and we almost got the same set-up. same case, mobo, psu, and i'm trying to do all corsair parts as well. i put in the order for the white threaded cable so i'm waiting for that and will be looking into the corsairs ssd. i'm just trying to keep mine simple and clean right now.

can't wait to see the finish product. smile.gif
post #12 of 22
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Originally Posted by silentkry View Post

will be looking into the corsairs ssd.

I love corsair and most of the gear in my rig is corsair but when it comes to SSD you can't go past samsung. In Australia corsair is MUCH more expensive than samsung and from what I can tell, the samsung is a much superior unit.

http://ssdboss.com/ssds/Samsung-840-EVO-vs-Corsair-Force-GS
post #13 of 22
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Originally Posted by one4hope View Post

I love corsair and most of the gear in my rig is corsair but when it comes to SSD you can't go past samsung. In Australia corsair is MUCH more expensive than samsung and from what I can tell, the samsung is a much superior unit.

http://ssdboss.com/ssds/Samsung-840-EVO-vs-Corsair-Force-GS

What you linked said "No winner declared." tongue.gif

Not to mention corsair has about a million series of ssds. I'm not sure if the force gs was the best comparison to make. Not to mention the website didn't state if they were using samssung's proprietary turbo boost or whatever they call it, which, in my opinion, is a bit unfair because it's a 1GB ram disk.
post #14 of 22
Thread Starter 
Picked up an M95 yesterday,


Arctic white, of course, to match the rest of the system.
post #15 of 22
Thread Starter 
Spent my lunch taping everything off and printing templates. I also got my extra solid side panel in and a set of extra bay drive covers.



post #16 of 22
the mouse will compliment it nicely
post #17 of 22
Thread Starter 
Okay guys, unfortunately I don't currently have the time to do the Hexes so I painted up with the "Snow Splinter" camo. I did however buy an extra set of side panels so that I can do the hexes when I get the time. Other than that I've got all of the stickers ordered and they're on their way, and I've also got a set of lighting nodes coming in. When I get home I'll take some screenshots of all my Corsair Link stuff (H100i, cooling node, AX760i) and then again when I get my lighting nodes!






post #18 of 22
looks rad
post #19 of 22
Thread Starter 
Here's my more "Pro" pictures of the case.












Still waiting on those stickers though :/
post #20 of 22
Very nice! Well done sir
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