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post #11 of 24
Thread Starter 
they are normal wood screws, i have been playing with the idea of anchors and screws but right now the wood screws are serving the purpose well and look allright.
post #12 of 24
Pics of the wire management side of the case? Any plans to sleeve cables, or go for a more color-uniformed scheme?
post #13 of 24
Thread Starter 
none at the moment, but soon! I'm hoping to have the equipment side sorted out this weekend
post #14 of 24
Alright, I'll be over to help guide you along the process. lol
post #15 of 24
Thread Starter 
Right now there is no semblance of order in the back compartment, the drives are resting on the base of the case and the PSU looks vaguely like a snakes den right now! I am going to be strapping the drives to the bulkhead and I going to be using many, many cable ties to get this monster under control.
post #16 of 24
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I'm feeling the upgrade bug again.... Ever since I pulled my 2x4gb 1600mhz ram sticks out of the 2 slots in my old rig and into 2 of the four slots of my new mobo I have been constantly thinking about those 2 empty slots. unfortunately I have run out of my wife's patience for upgrading this year! the question i have is should I look for 2 more 4gb sticks of the 1600mhz cl9 hyperx reds, Or look for some 4x2gb 1866mhz memory. any thoughts?
post #17 of 24
Just get something simple like this.
post #18 of 24
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Pestilaence View Post

Just get something simple like this.



..... a couple of problems with that, it's a little outside my budget (which is pretty much non-exsistant since the wife dropped the ban hammer on new parts.) Im likely going to get another set of the sticks i already have.
post #19 of 24
Yeah, I would say just get more of the same thing. That way everything matches, and you know your motherboard won't screw anything up.
post #20 of 24
Thread Starter 
Update 3/8/14:

last night I put feet onto my case, as you can see here:




I also started the long process of overclocking my 770, last night I was able to push the gpu clocks to +115 core clock and +100 memory clock so far using Precision X while using FurMark to check the stability. I am sure I am no where near the ceiling for this card because my temps never got above 72C. I only stopped because I had to go to work in the morning.
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