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dont got case yet hopefully tomorrow
Okay, keep us posted.
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so what you guys been up to? haven't been on much lately.
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post #13593 of 19729
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you forgot your reservoir? lol
Sorry about that. It was this one....

http://www.radiical.com.au/products/reservoir.asp

It's the second one down. The Acrylic Bay Reservoir.
post #13594 of 19729
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yea i was thinking of of 2x in the front, one in the cd drive one in teh stock area

then some on the top and maybe 2x more on the bottom radiator area?
I would say just put on on the bottom, Blowing up to the Graphics card
adding a fan blowing up to the hard drives will not decrease hdd temps at all because there is allready a fan at the front


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ok more confused after check out some more reviews on the CM692

On the bottom where you can remove the HDD cage, can that area fit 2x 140mm fans or 1x140mm & 1x 120mm or 2x 120mm?

IF it could do 2x 140 that would be great use of my NZXT since I got 3, so one could be front and 2x can be bottom, then the other GT I got can be used on the upper half
On the bottom, There are actually only screw holes for ONE 140mm,
If you are going to have two 120mm's there are no holes to screw them into, so you just have to rest them on there, ( Thats how i understand it by looking at the holes on mine)
unless you do this
http://www.overclockers.com/wp-conte...3/Hpim4392.jpg
where you screw then fan into the honeycomb using washers.
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post #13595 of 19729
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I would say just put on on the bottom, Blowing up to the Graphics card
adding a fan blowing up to the hard drives will not decrease hdd temps at all because there is allready a fan at the front




On the bottom, There are actually only screw holes for ONE 140mm,
If you are going to have two 120mm's there are no holes to screw them into, so you just have to rest them on there, ( Thats how i understand it by looking at the holes on mine)
unless you do this
http://www.overclockers.com/wp-conte...3/Hpim4392.jpg
where you screw then fan into the honeycomb using washers.
Indeed. I think it's a good layout really. If you choose to leave the drive cage in, you can have a nice big fan still but if you remove it, you can have a nice big fan and another slightly smaller one too.
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Hi all,

I'm just finished my first build, and am running some tests now. All seems to be in working order, except esata dock and port on the top of C690 II. The dock powers up the HDD, but Windows 7 64 doesn't see it. Same thing with the port when I hooked it with Thermaltake BlocX.

SATA cables are connected to SATA 5 & 6 on Asus P6X58D-E. SATAs are set AHCI in BIOS 3030. Am I missing something? Thanks
Did you right click on your "Computer" click "manage" then goto disk management?
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Hi all,

I'm just finished my first build, and am running some tests now. All seems to be in working order, except esata dock and port on the top of C690 II. The dock powers up the HDD, but Windows 7 64 doesn't see it. Same thing with the port when I hooked it with Thermaltake BlocX.

SATA cables are connected to SATA 5 & 6 on Asus P6X58D-E. SATAs are set AHCI in BIOS 3030. Am I missing something? Thanks
yes is this thing formatted?
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lol @ the cardboard PSU cover! That's awesome.
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post #13599 of 19729
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Originally Posted by Not A Good Idea View Post
Did you right click on your "Computer" click "manage" then goto disk management?
Yes, Windows doesn't see the esata HDD unless it is already connected prior booting.

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yes is this thing formatted?
They are my older HDDs.

Well, the esata works but not in hot-swap mode. SATA is set AHCI in BIOS, any suggestions? Thanks
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didnt get the case today, have to wait til thurs
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