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post #11161 of 19729
same here with 120's in the top, the front one im not sure how much it helps but the rear one with my TRUE helps a lot.

watched some dust go in and right out the front top fan before it got close to any thing on the motherboard....
    
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Jokes and humor? But it wasn't funny! Although it did let me know that you know each other in RL. That will help with my intelligence gathering!
that was the point
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Finally got around to painting the inside of the case
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Well I finally got around to taking some pictures. It's not done yet. I have some additional LED fans I plan to install. Also, I am trying to root out the vibrations coming from the top of the case. I ordered some rubber mounts and will replace those shortly. Finally, my Saaphire 5870 Toxic should be in by Thursday!

Insides, note the case is pretty easy to hide cables. I didn't put a lot of effort in it.


Sorry about the poor image quality. I would blame the camera but I am a terrible at taking photos.


The side clear side window and CM fan. I used the rubber mounts for vibration dampening.


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Mobo: MSI P55-GD65
CPU: Intel i5 750
GPU: EVGA 8800 GTS 640MB
Mem: 2x 2 GB G.Skills Ripjaws DDR3 1600
HD: Seagate Barracuda 320 GB
PSU: Corsair HX850
Case: CoolerMaster 690 II Advanced

My i5 runs around 26 - 29 idle, 50 - 60 load. My gfx card is around 45 - 53 idle and pretty hot under load...
post #11165 of 19729
looks fantastic! . . . zipties for the HS fan cable through the corner mount holes.
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Well I finally got around to taking some pictures. It's not done yet. I have some additional LED fans I plan to install. Also, I am trying to root out the vibrations coming from the top of the case. I ordered some rubber mounts and will replace those shortly. Finally, my Saaphire 5870 Toxic should be in by Thursday!

Insides, note the case is pretty easy to hide cables. I didn't put a lot of effort in it.


Sorry about the poor image quality. I would blame the camera but I am a terrible at taking photos.


The side clear side window and CM fan. I used the rubber mounts for vibration dampening.


System:
Mobo: MSI P55-GD65
CPU: Intel i5 750
GPU: EVGA 8800 GTS 640MB
Mem: 2x 2 GB G.Skills Ripjaws DDR3 1600
HD: Seagate Barracuda 320 GB
PSU: Corsair HX850
Case: CoolerMaster 690 II Advanced

My i5 runs around 26 - 29 idle, 50 - 60 load. My gfx card is around 45 - 53 idle and pretty hot under load...
Nice job mate, you pushing your i5 to 4ghz? if so those temps are ballistic, i was running my i5 @ stock the other day and was blown over at how cold my h-50 got it!! like 2 degrees BELOW ambient, i was at 19c on all cores!!

The Psu is a bit overkill for your parts, but you mentioned you're getting a 5850/70? and that made more sense. anyway mate looking good keep up the good work!
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Nice job mate, you pushing your i5 to 4ghz? if so those temps are ballistic, i was running my i5 @ stock the other day and was blown over at how cold my h-50 got it!! like 2 degrees BELOW ambient, i was at 19c on all cores!!

The Psu is a bit overkill for your parts, but you mentioned you're getting a 5850/70? and that made more sense. anyway mate looking good keep up the good work!
I tried messing with my i5 OC. I got it to ~3.6 stable but I am running it at stock now. I think I am going to push it back up. Either way temps didn't go past low 30s idle / 65 load (p95).

Yeah, the PSU is a sign of things to come. The new 5870 is otw as we speak (waited to see what nVidia can do...). Hopefully, there will be another one in a year for CF. Also, one or two more SSDs once the price comes down a bit. The goal was to get a quality PSU with enough headroom for future endeavors. Also, I love the flat modular cables!
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Has anybody noticed a significant difference in temps when/if they have used the 80x15mm fan below the mobo socket?
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Has anybody noticed a significant difference in temps when/if they have used the 80x15mm fan below the mobo socket?
That's a negative. I have one. It may drop the temp by one or two degrees, but my temps fluctuate by at least that much depending on the time of day. I think the main advantage of using that fan is that it puts some airflow across the back of your mobo's PCB. And besides those 80mm low profile fans are sooooo hard find anymore.
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And besides those 80mm low profile fans are sooooo hard find anymore.
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