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I'm new here, so forgive me when I make stupid assumptions haha

My 3-year old system (i7-920 on X58A board, 12GB Kingston RAM, etc) died 3 days ago (lightning strike), I lost both my motherboard and my 4x2TB HDDs (+ Intel 80GB SSD). I had it set up in RAID so I would have backups of everything, but apparently that doesn't help a lot when all your drives die at once mad.gif Luckily my dad's 3 month old desktop survived, but we did lose about every alarm clock in the house and some other small devices. Since I'm a photographer, I was pretty bummed out when I realized I lost about a year of timelapse sequences, 10 years of collecting music, etc... But oh well, I tried a lot of things but I couldn't get my drives to spin up on 3 different systems, also no results through a SATA-USB adapter. To recover from the shock I just configured a new system and since I've read so many positive reviews about the 690 II Advanced, I stumbled upon this thread. To clarify, I'm no overclocker what so ever, I have ZERO experience with it biggrin.gif

This is what I came up with:

Case: Cooler Master CM 690 II Advanced (USB 3.0 version) + SideWindow
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3
CPU: Intel Core i7 2600K
CPU Cooler: Scythe Mugen 2 Rev. B
RAM: Corsair XMS3 4x8GB 1333Mhz RAM
PSU: Corsair Builder CX500 V2
HDD: Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 . 2TB
SSD: Crucial m4 128GB
DVD: SAMSUNG 22x8x16xDVD+RW SATA

A lot of you will wonder: "WHAT ABOUT THE GPU?!!?!!". Well, my old GPU still works, which is a bit of a miracle since everything else is pretty much fried. It's an older ATI HD4870 1GB, nothing fancy, but since I'm not a gamer it'll do fine for what I need. Some people will probably be annoyed by the 500W PSU which is not modular, but I'll live with it. I'll mainly be using the PC with Lightroom 4 and Adobe CS6 (especially After Effects). So I guess it'll run pretty good for that! I also keep busy in Ableton for music production, for sound I'm gonna use my old thrusty Native Instruments Audio8DJ soundcard, which is still a beast! I'm really excited about the case though, great design, all black interior, those HDD trays, tool-less bays and even with a non-modular PSU I could probably stick away a lot of cables where I can't see 'em biggrin.gif Hope I can join the club somewhere next week!

PS: I'm gonna switch to external hard drives for backup from now on, think it's the safest way to go. Or does anyone else have a good idea?
Edited by thisisfraa - 6/20/12 at 4:20pm
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post #17492 of 19729
Wow! I'm sorry you lost all that stuff. That sucks. Frickin lightning mad.gif I recently upgraded to the 690 ii advanced and it's just a wonderful case. Lots of room, without being too massive. I think you'll really like it. Good luck with the new build. You can't go wrong with this case thumb.gif
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Yeah it's the kind of thing you always ignore because you always think it won't happen to you, but when it does... all you want to do is sit in a corner and cry haha biggrin.gif

The thing is, I also just bought a new Macbook Pro 13 inch, put an SSD into it, 8GB of RAM. I wasn't planning on buying a new desktop system. But apparently I should be able to get the new PC paid back to me from the insurance, so that's a plus biggrin.gif

And yeah the case looks awesome, even just stock smile.gif
Edited by thisisfraa - 6/20/12 at 4:43pm
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post #17495 of 19729
So gorgeous!

Congrats on your setup biggrin.gif
post #17496 of 19729
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I'm new here, so forgive me when I make stupid assumptions haha
My 3-year old system (i7-920 on X58A board, 12GB Kingston RAM, etc) died 3 days ago (lightning strike), I lost both my motherboard and my 4x2TB HDDs (+ Intel 80GB SSD). I had it set up in RAID so I would have backups of everything, but apparently that doesn't help a lot when all your drives die at once mad.gif Luckily my dad's 3 month old desktop survived, but we did lose about every alarm clock in the house and some other small devices. Since I'm a photographer, I was pretty bummed out when I realized I lost about a year of timelapse sequences, 10 years of collecting music, etc... But oh well, I tried a lot of things but I couldn't get my drives to spin up on 3 different systems, also no results through a SATA-USB adapter. To recover from the shock I just configured a new system and since I've read so many positive reviews about the 690 II Advanced, I stumbled upon this thread. To clarify, I'm no overclocker what so ever, I have ZERO experience with it biggrin.gif
This is what I came up with:
Case: Cooler Master CM 690 II Advanced (USB 3.0 version) + SideWindow
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3
CPU: Intel Core i7 2600K
CPU Cooler: Scythe Mugen 2 Rev. B
RAM: Corsair XMS3 4x8GB 1333Mhz RAM
PSU: Corsair Builder CX500 V2
HDD: Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 . 2TB
SSD: Crucial m4 128GB
DVD: SAMSUNG 22x8x16xDVD+RW SATA
A lot of you will wonder: "WHAT ABOUT THE GPU?!!?!!". Well, my old GPU still works, which is a bit of a miracle since everything else is pretty much fried. It's an older ATI HD4870 1GB, nothing fancy, but since I'm not a gamer it'll do fine for what I need. Some people will probably be annoyed by the 500W PSU which is not modular, but I'll live with it. I'll mainly be using the PC with Lightroom 4 and Adobe CS6 (especially After Effects). So I guess it'll run pretty good for that! I also keep busy in Ableton for music production, for sound I'm gonna use my old thrusty Native Instruments Audio8DJ soundcard, which is still a beast! I'm really excited about the case though, great design, all black interior, those HDD trays, tool-less bays and even with a non-modular PSU I could probably stick away a lot of cables where I can't see 'em biggrin.gif Hope I can join the club somewhere next week!
PS: I'm gonna switch to external hard drives for backup from now on, think it's the safest way to go. Or does anyone else have a good idea?

I'm sorry to hear that.Having that many precious files,you should have a ups for extra protection.From now on I hope you will be more careful smile.gif
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Now that's one sexy 690. Stock. The best there is.
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Originally Posted by thisisfraa View Post

I'm new here, so forgive me when I make stupid assumptions haha
My 3-year old system (i7-920 on X58A board, 12GB Kingston RAM, etc) died 3 days ago (lightning strike), I lost both my motherboard and my 4x2TB HDDs (+ Intel 80GB SSD). I had it set up in RAID so I would have backups of everything, but apparently that doesn't help a lot when all your drives die at once mad.gif Luckily my dad's 3 month old desktop survived, but we did lose about every alarm clock in the house and some other small devices. Since I'm a photographer, I was pretty bummed out when I realized I lost about a year of timelapse sequences, 10 years of collecting music, etc... But oh well, I tried a lot of things but I couldn't get my drives to spin up on 3 different systems, also no results through a SATA-USB adapter. To recover from the shock I just configured a new system and since I've read so many positive reviews about the 690 II Advanced, I stumbled upon this thread. To clarify, I'm no overclocker what so ever, I have ZERO experience with it biggrin.gif
This is what I came up with:
Case: Cooler Master CM 690 II Advanced (USB 3.0 version) + SideWindow
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3
CPU: Intel Core i7 2600K
CPU Cooler: Scythe Mugen 2 Rev. B
RAM: Corsair XMS3 4x8GB 1333Mhz RAM
PSU: Corsair Builder CX500 V2
HDD: Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 . 2TB
SSD: Crucial m4 128GB
DVD: SAMSUNG 22x8x16xDVD+RW SATA
A lot of you will wonder: "WHAT ABOUT THE GPU?!!?!!". Well, my old GPU still works, which is a bit of a miracle since everything else is pretty much fried. It's an older ATI HD4870 1GB, nothing fancy, but since I'm not a gamer it'll do fine for what I need. Some people will probably be annoyed by the 500W PSU which is not modular, but I'll live with it. I'll mainly be using the PC with Lightroom 4 and Adobe CS6 (especially After Effects). So I guess it'll run pretty good for that! I also keep busy in Ableton for music production, for sound I'm gonna use my old thrusty Native Instruments Audio8DJ soundcard, which is still a beast! I'm really excited about the case though, great design, all black interior, those HDD trays, tool-less bays and even with a non-modular PSU I could probably stick away a lot of cables where I can't see 'em biggrin.gif Hope I can join the club somewhere next week!
PS: I'm gonna switch to external hard drives for backup from now on, think it's the safest way to go. Or does anyone else have a good idea?

I you are really wanting the data back, and have some free time I might suggest reading through these links:
suggestions such as freeze the drive to get out of park so it can spin up, or replacing its external pcb with a known good drive, or even even finding a tech near by that is good with data recovery

http://www.wikihow.com/Recover-a-Dead-Hard-Disk
http://www.hirensbootcd.org/200-ways-to-revive-a-hard-drive/
 
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post #17499 of 19729
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I'm sorry to hear that.Having that many precious files,you should have a ups for extra protection.From now on I hope you will be more careful smile.gif

Well usually I just unplug my whole PC when there's a thunderstorm, that has worked for me for more than 10 years. But having a UPS will definitely help, gonna look up some prices cause I have no idea smile.gif

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I you are really wanting the data back, and have some free time I might suggest reading through these links:
suggestions such as freeze the drive to get out of park so it can spin up, or replacing its external pcb with a known good drive, or even even finding a tech near by that is good with data recovery
http://www.wikihow.com/Recover-a-Dead-Hard-Disk
http://www.hirensbootcd.org/200-ways-to-revive-a-hard-drive/

Thanks! I'll look in to that, hopefully I'm lucky smile.gif
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+1 for UPS's. With the kind of money most of us have spent on our rigs I feel a UPS is mandatory, Not just for thunder storm's too! I used one in my old appt due to crap for wiring, my rig would flip the breaker every now and then.
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