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post #13731 of 19729
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Ey man are you craisy??????

my system is more cheap,and my photos are originals.

You can get ideas,its free,


And UD9 board?????? are you LN2 man????
-10.
Ok, Its a UD4p motherboard, But with a different chipset cooler (from a ud9 or ex58-extreme )
Also you could easily get your system to look like that, Admittedly my rig looked like yours when it was first built but then i took the time to route and hide cables,
I don't even have a modular cable and still hider everysingle spare molex/sata cable, EVERYTHING can be routed behind the motherboard tray!
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post #13732 of 19729
yea brb gotta put more LN2 into my H50, LOL!
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post #13733 of 19729
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yea brb gotta put more LN2 into my H50, LOL!
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post #13734 of 19729
a friend get 4.3 i7 950 with h70 for pcmark vantage,and 1 time 5.1ghz.

and coolermaster have a very goods cable, i like more than yours.
two fan, on top???????????????
with that graphic card??????????????????


The Cm 690 II have on side hdds holes to one fan, good for hdd,board and one card or two.
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post #13735 of 19729
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a friend get 4.3 i7 950 with h70 for pcmark vantage,and 1 time 5.1ghz.

and coolermaster have a very goods cable, i like more than yours.
two fan, on top???????????????
with that graphic card??????????????????


The Cm 690 II have on side hdds holes to one fan, good for hdd,board and one card or two.
Hawk nVidia was just trying to show you how easy and nice your system could look if you took just 5 minutes to tidy up in your case. It is VERY easy to tidy the cables and tuck them away. It will also help out a bit with airflow too. It's your choice, but why would you want to leave it so messy when it is SO easy to have it looking nice?
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post #13736 of 19729
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Hawk nVidia was just trying to show you how easy and nice your system could look if you took just 5 minutes to tidy up in your case. It is VERY easy to tidy the cables and tuck them away. It will also help out a bit with airflow too. It's your choice, but why would you want to leave it so messy when it is SO easy to have it looking nice?
This.

Either you care or you don't. I mean, I built my system, so I care about it. Therefore, I did very anal cable management without a single modification to my case and it looks extremely clean. But now if I had somebody else build it for me, then I probably wouldn't care as much and I probably wouldn't have managed the cables as nicely.

So I guess it's all dictated by how much you like your system.
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post #13737 of 19729
I feel like a bit of a 'tard here...wish it would take me only 5 minutes to cable route. I dread having to replace any hardware because of the inevitable cable routing. It honestly usually takes me about an hour to do. I sometimes wonder if it's even worth it as no one in real life even pays any attention to my rig but me. I can't not do it though, or it drives me nuts.
post #13738 of 19729
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I feel like a bit of a 'tard here...wish it would take me only 5 minutes to cable route. I dread having to replace any hardware because of the inevitable cable routing. It honestly usually takes me about an hour to do. I sometimes wonder if it's even worth it as no one in real life even pays any attention to my rig but me. I can't not do it though, or it drives me nuts.
It's mainly for your own self-satisfaction and bragability (That's a word... ). Sure it can seem like a good bit of work but it's rewarding (IMO) to gaze into your case and see clean, well-managed insides
    
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post #13739 of 19729
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I feel like a bit of a 'tard here...wish it would take me only 5 minutes to cable route. I dread having to replace any hardware because of the inevitable cable routing. It honestly usually takes me about an hour to do. I sometimes wonder if it's even worth it as no one in real life even pays any attention to my rig but me. I can't not do it though, or it drives me nuts.
I feel the same way as Staryoshi! And I'd like to add that I believe that it's normal for cable management to take an hour at the very least, especially if the person doing it is trying to do a good job. I can't remember how long it took me, but I know it was much longer than just 1 hour! But you see, I built my rig, and so I love it. And because I love it, I do the very best that I can whenever I do anything to it (such as cable management). Ok, so yeah I am the only one who's going to see it, but y'know what? My reward comes in the form of a job done well.

But hey, if I want to show it to anyone, then I can just borrow a friend's camera (or my mom's who happens to have the PowerShot G10), take a few shots, and then post them here on OCN! Actually, I've done that a few times now and it's a cool feeling to have people say things like, "Whoa! That looks perfectly clean!". I just say "Yep! That's my baby!"
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250 GB Samsung 840 EVO (C:\) 250 GB Samsung 840 EVO (D:\) 150 GB WD VelociRaptor Toshiba 3TB P300 
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Samsung SH-S243N 24x DVD Burner Samsung SH-S203N 20X DVD Burner Thermaltake Frio Win 7 Home Premium x64 SP1 Retail 
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AOC G2460PG (24" 1920 x 1080 144Hz G-SYNC) Filco Majestouch 104-key Cherry MX Blues w/NKRO Corsair HX650 (Bronze, ordered on 12-12-2009) CM 690 
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
250 GB Samsung 840 EVO (C:\) 250 GB Samsung 840 EVO (D:\) 150 GB WD VelociRaptor Toshiba 3TB P300 
Optical DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung SH-S243N 24x DVD Burner Samsung SH-S203N 20X DVD Burner Thermaltake Frio Win 7 Home Premium x64 SP1 Retail 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
AOC G2460PG (24" 1920 x 1080 144Hz G-SYNC) Filco Majestouch 104-key Cherry MX Blues w/NKRO Corsair HX650 (Bronze, ordered on 12-12-2009) CM 690 
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post #13740 of 19729
It's done! I took the ice skating blades and CM logo off, it looks quite nice in all black.

I've replaced H70 stocks fans with GELID Solutions Wing 12 PL PWM fans, it went from a jet engine to "is it on?" I went with Gelid over Gentle Typhoo 1850, because its a PWM fan which lets mobo control its speed. Gelid also moves more air then GT 1850, at least on the paper. Therefor it's a bit louder than GT1850 at full speed. The only thing that I don't like about Gelid is that it glows. There is no off switch unless you cut the LED wires. But I'm sure it suits fine for peeps with glowing fetish.

H70 stock fans are now installed behind HDD housing (pull), and lower left panel connected to a Scythe fan controller. They do a very good job cooling off HDDs & GPU, and are very quiet at low speed (min. speed is around 850 rpm)







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