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WOW, you really weren't kidding hmm? I would tame that bee's nest asap!!! thumb.gif

Same rig? That is simply amazing, its like Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde...

Very interesting, I think we have all thought about doing this to our stock side panels before, I'm glad someone finally did. I always wanted to know what it would look like if you kept both vents and added a window, instead of keeping just the bottom one like most people. I like it alot, I actually think it looks quite nice. Its different and unique, people are afraid of whats different, so don't mind the naysayers...they're just jealous.
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Originally Posted by Kristof View Post

BF3: 2 cores max out around 70C, and the other at 62C
Prime95: 2 cores Around 90C, and the other 2 @ 82C

A little warm for my taste, my hottest temp is around 65C...on the gpu (gtx460) on a hot summer day (moderate / high oc). My entire systems on air as well (13 fans). Its amazing what wires can do as far as heat goes. Not only do they themselves generate heat, especially when bundled and jumbled together, but they severely obstruct airflow if not managed correctly.

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And to thisisfraa, listen to ryan w, its not only good advice but he is totaly and 100% right. I have my own custom pc build and repair shop, we do both of these techniques to recover data, especially the pcb swap.

As far as power surges go, at least buy yourself a nice beefy surge protector and worry about an expensive uninterruptible power supply (ups) in the future. They are nice to have but not really a necessity, unless your area is prone to power outages and lightning strikes that is.
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And to thisisfraa, listen to ryan w, its not only good advice but he is totaly and 100% right. I have my own custom pc build and repair shop, we do both of these techniques to recover data, especially the pcb swap.
As far as power surges go, at least buy yourself a nice beefy surge protector and worry about an expensive uninterruptible power supply (ups) in the future. They are nice to have but not really a necessity, unless your area is prone to power outages and lightning strikes that is.

Yeah i got a spare ups/upc from work sometime last year, sooo glad i have it makes a comfy note in my mind prospectively, not always needed just nice to know! as far as owning a computer build/repair shop, your a lucky man lol, would love to have my own pc company! maybe one day, i have the knowledge and such but where i live isn't very tech savvy lol, the pc stores here suck imo. why i would like my own, as far as working for one, i wouldnt make the money i do in oil and gas industry and supporting the family comes first lol. most the stores here though are very basic dont carry anything for pc enthusiasts in any kind of way,. most they're products are generic, some of the IT guys there know a bit or obvious they wouldn't have a job, but not enough to pick their brains or learn something in the advanced end of pc building/modding.
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Few new pictures biggrin.gif

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CM 690 II (ver.2) "Fatal1ty edition" biggrin.gif

CPU: Intel® Core™ i5-2500K + Thermalright MUX-120 Black + CM SickleFLow Red LED
MBO: ASRock Fatal1ty P67 Performance
RAM: Kingmax 8GB, 1600 Mhz
SSD: Samsung 64GB 830 Series
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 250GB, Samsung SpinPoint F4 EcoGreen 2TB
VGA: MSI GTX 680 2GB
PSU: XFX Core Edition 80+ 550W
Monitor: Samsung SyncMaster 932BF
OS: Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit
Other: CM 692 Standard ( Fatal1ty edition biggrin.gif ) ,Logitech G9x & G15, SteelSeries QcK Medal of honor edition ,UPS: C-Lion Blazer Vista 800,
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Originally Posted by QuidZz View Post

Few new pictures biggrin.gif

CM 690 II (ver.2) "Fatal1ty edition" biggrin.gif
CPU: Intel® Core™ i5-2500K + Thermalright MUX-120 Black + CM SickleFLow Red LED
MBO: ASRock Fatal1ty P67 Performance
RAM: Kingmax 8GB, 1600 Mhz
SSD: Samsung 64GB 830 Series
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 250GB, Samsung SpinPoint F4 EcoGreen 2TB
VGA: MSI GTX 680 2GB
PSU: XFX Core Edition 80+ 550W
Monitor: Samsung SyncMaster 932BF
OS: Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit
Other: CM 692 Standard ( Fatal1ty edition biggrin.gif ) ,Logitech G9x & G15, SteelSeries QcK Medal of honor edition ,UPS: C-Lion Blazer Vista 800,

looking good thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by QuidZz View Post

Few new pictures biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
dsc00726.jpg
dsc00719.jpg
292154101511553787358171.jpg
CM 690 II (ver.2) "Fatal1ty edition" biggrin.gif
CPU: Intel® Core™ i5-2500K + Thermalright MUX-120 Black + CM SickleFLow Red LED
MBO: ASRock Fatal1ty P67 Performance
RAM: Kingmax 8GB, 1600 Mhz
SSD: Samsung 64GB 830 Series
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 250GB, Samsung SpinPoint F4 EcoGreen 2TB
VGA: MSI GTX 680 2GB
PSU: XFX Core Edition 80+ 550W
Monitor: Samsung SyncMaster 932BF
OS: Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit
Other: CM 692 Standard ( Fatal1ty edition biggrin.gif ) ,Logitech G9x & G15, SteelSeries QcK Medal of honor edition ,UPS: C-Lion Blazer Vista 800,

I'm jealous of that gpu drool.gif I still use the onboard one frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Vidia-King View Post

And to thisisfraa, listen to ryan w, its not only good advice but he is totaly and 100% right. I have my own custom pc build and repair shop, we do both of these techniques to recover data, especially the pcb swap.
As far as power surges go, at least buy yourself a nice beefy surge protector and worry about an expensive uninterruptible power supply (ups) in the future. They are nice to have but not really a necessity, unless your area is prone to power outages and lightning strikes that is.

Yeah I'm definitely gonna look into it when I get my new PC.
A UPS is also on the list for the near future.

As for my configuration, I canceled the side window, I think I'm just gonna make my own since the one they sell has that butt ugly little vent in it.
Also ordered a sleeving kit, a tool to puh the pins out and a white cold cathode, some really light modding, nothing fancy biggrin.gif
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looking good thumb.gif

Thank you smile.gif

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I'm jealous of that gpu drool.gif I still use the onboard one frown.gif

Hope you will upgrade soon smile.gifthumb.gif
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Vidia-King, Thank you sir thumb.gif Hopefully get a little case lighting in this weekend and then watercooling stuff arrives next week. I can't wait. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by QuidZz View Post

Few new pictures biggrin.gif
dsc00726.jpg
dsc00719.jpg
292154101511553787358171.jpg
CM 690 II (ver.2) "Fatal1ty edition" biggrin.gif
CPU: Intel® Core™ i5-2500K + Thermalright MUX-120 Black + CM SickleFLow Red LED
MBO: ASRock Fatal1ty P67 Performance
RAM: Kingmax 8GB, 1600 Mhz
SSD: Samsung 64GB 830 Series
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 250GB, Samsung SpinPoint F4 EcoGreen 2TB
VGA: MSI GTX 680 2GB
PSU: XFX Core Edition 80+ 550W
Monitor: Samsung SyncMaster 932BF
OS: Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit
Other: CM 692 Standard ( Fatal1ty edition biggrin.gif ) ,Logitech G9x & G15, SteelSeries QcK Medal of honor edition ,UPS: C-Lion Blazer Vista 800,

Nice build, looks great thumb.gif
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Nice build QuidZz! So clean yet stuffed with so much hardware!

<3 Croatia too, going back to Zagreb and the Dalmatian Coast for some vacationing this summer!
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