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post #211 of 1689
Lookin real clean bro, nice build, hopefully if I get mine Monday or Tuesday I can leak test Tuesday night and up and running Wednesday or Thursday =)
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Super Jealous...
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http://imgur.com/a/2QSKZ#0

Loving mine.

That looks amazing...

  1. Did you replace all of your fans with aftermarket ones?
  2. Where did you get those power cables? Did they come with the PSU all individually sleeved like that?
  3. What is the RAM you have, that lights up?

You inspire me.
post #214 of 1689
Corsair dominator platinum ram is what lights up, they light up even more if you buy the light bar upgrade for them, truthfully I think after I put my lighter upgrade on, it made the ram look much more better. One thing though about the Dom plats, if you plan to add a Waterblock to them you won't be able to unless you tip off the led's and the heat spreader it's like adhesive attached to the ram lol

You can also get light up ram from crucial I believe aswell, or led kits for other ram from frozencpu.com

The psu he's using (RM series) comes with flat ribbon type wiring

The fans are corsair af140s, and 120s on the radiator, they have interchangeable rings that come in red blue and white

You can pickup a sleeving kit for wiring at frozencpu.com million dollar PC .Com, moddiy. Com, performancepc.com

From what alot of people say mdpc sleeving is the best, his sleeving kinda looks like it also, from personal experience, mdpc sleeving is really good, so is LutroO sleeving from frozencpu, the bitspower sleeving is good, but it's really tight.

You can also get pre sleeved kits for different psu, be careful some power supplies have different pinouts so you should do some research, just know corsair power supplies in the AXi family and RM are guaranteed different pinouts

Corsair pre sleeved kits sell on their site and retailers, silverstone ones I believe you can find at moddiy.com, and various others there aswell.

If you don't want to buy the cables pre sleeved, or don't want to sleeve yourself, you can also get the sleeved cable extensions, Bitfenix sells sleeved extensions, their called Bitfenix alchemy extensions.


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Ps. Excuse my typos and stuff. Using my phone and its a pain to edit, although SwiftKey Is a great keyboard on Android, I still make typos alot

Less than a normal android keyboard for me though so I'll take it lol
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1. That is a buttload of fans, so I am going to assume so. Most enthusiast do anyway.

2. Sleeved cables like those are aftermarket. You can buy them for most power supplies with their own connectors. Most notably Corsair power supplies people buy them for. I have a red sleeved kit that ran me about $120. They are not cheap at all.

3. That there is Corsair Dominator Platinum. To be precise, those in particular are clocked at 2133mhz. That is a great way to blow cash on a name and look. They are some of the best RAM modules on the market, but they are absurdly overpriced in my opinion. No way I am spending $700 for 32GB of RAM. May work flawlessly, but so do my Ripjaws. They are running at 2134mhz 24/7 with no faults. CDPs just look cool and have LEDs on them.
post #217 of 1689
With Dom plats I payed for both aesthetics, but I also payed for the hand screened IC's, they are completely worth it to me, alot of people say to get g skills, I had them twice but the third time I got them Dead on arrival, or at least one of them was didn't care to find out so I just went back to corsair, also I can just go to frys and buy corsair stuff so I guess that's also another reason I just get corsair stuff lol, the readily available option is always nice in oppose to waiting for shipping
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post #218 of 1689
Sleeving. Finally done.



My 780ti's are finally also nice and ready to jump in the pool


And this is the ram if you're looking to buy it, you can get it at Newegg and frys and other retailers

Ram on bottom light bar on top
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That looks amazing...

  1. Did you replace all of your fans with aftermarket ones?
  2. Where did you get those power cables? Did they come with the PSU all individually sleeved like that?
  3. What is the RAM you have, that lights up?

You inspire me.

I replaced the front 2 fans and rear fan with AF140 quiet edition fans. The 2 fans that came on the H105 were replaced with 2 SP120 Quiet edition PWM, and I have 2 more to put in on the top of it for push/pull as soon as I can get the screws for them. The bottom fan is another SP120 quiet edition PWM.

The cables were made by a reddit user: lavins.imgur.com , his contact information is on the right side of his album and his website is http://www.hexagonpc.squarespace.com/cable-gallery/

The ram is 16gb kit of 2133mhz cas 9 1.5v Corsair Dominator Platinum.
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Should I change my connector colors?
I'm thinking white or dark red (it's uv, but I won't be using uv)
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