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post #18321 of 19729
I put 160 LED 3528 strip in the shelf, It is indirectly light and bounces off the wall so that can not even see the reflection in monitors and I also have an option that can reduce the intensity of light, as in low-light and playing in the dark, even I have to say it's comfortable

Otherwise monitors are not directly on the wall than the distance of some 6-7 inches ...I purposely left a little further away because I thought that my light shine in monitors but the end is not even necessary.

Whatever the result is excellent!
post #18322 of 19729
What GPU are you using for this resolution? There is no way one single card (single GPU as I see) can give you decent performance in this configuration... Do you find low performance in games worth the big picture? Or do you game on single monitor and use 3 of them for work?

I am just curious what are you getting in crysis 2 or battlefield in ultra presets 10-15 fps?
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post #18323 of 19729
I use single XFX 7970 BLACK EDITION 3Gb biggrin.gif ...in Battlefield 3 on 5760x1080 on ultra setting i had 25-30 fps, Crysis 2 20-25 fps without any problems...I noticed that some kind of recoil I'd put the settings on high and problem solved

...I used before saphire 6870 but when I decided on three monitors I did not want to try it to see what would happen.
Edited by zmegati - 2/17/13 at 11:00am
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This framerate is half of what I consider fun to play on... Especially in dynamic games like crysis or battlefield frown.gif
But if it works for you... Cool setup anyway smile.gif
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post #18325 of 19729
Before I used crosfire on 4850 then i moved on 5770 but I could not set up to get some envious...i had maybe 10-15% better results with two unlike results with one GPU and so I said never again will I use crosfire...

...10-14 days before I buy UPS OCZ 750 Fatal1ty and i got this result:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVgPp-IUVT8&list=PLD867ECF455AB882B

insufficient power supply...then i buy XFX 850W and solve problems thumb.gif
post #18326 of 19729
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Originally Posted by zmegati View Post

I put 160 LED 3528 strip in the shelf, It is indirectly light and bounces off the wall so that can not even see the reflection in monitors and I also have an option that can reduce the intensity of light, as in low-light and playing in the dark, even I have to say it's comfortable

Otherwise monitors are not directly on the wall than the distance of some 6-7 inches ...I purposely left a little further away because I thought that my light shine in monitors but the end is not even necessary.

Whatever the result is excellent!

can you explain better ?
have ou bought 3528 led stips for PC modding ?
post #18327 of 19729
Hi Guys,

I just wanted to survey everyone on the CM 690 II chassis? For the future we want to improve our design. Any suggestions or feedback would be great.

- Any new features that would be great?
- Any situation experienced where 7 expansion slots aren't enough?
- CM 690 II has 2 x 240mm support, is that enough water cooling support? What needs to be improved?
- Should future CM 690 be bigger, or smaller than previous versions.

You can post here or send me PM.
    
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post #18328 of 19729
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Originally Posted by CM MR HAF View Post

Hi Guys,

I just wanted to survey everyone on the CM 690 II chassis? For the future we want to improve our design. Any suggestions or feedback would be great.

- Any new features that would be great?
- Any situation experienced where 7 expansion slots aren't enough?
- CM 690 II has 2 x 240mm support, is that enough water cooling support? What needs to be improved?
- Should future CM 690 be bigger, or smaller than previous versions.

You can post here or send me PM.

Cheers for the opportunity for some input thumb.gif


I would like to see some more space behind the motherboard, to make it easier for cable management.

Also have the case a little bigger in depth, meaning the space between motherboard and 5.25" bays. Probably enough to mount a tube res. or something of the like.

Maybe spacing up top for a 360 rad. and a bit more spacing to fit thicker rads, some motherboards have vrm heatsinks or ram slots that get in the way.


Oh and more important then all my suggestions above, keep the price real. specool.gif

Other then that, keep it simple how it is now, makes for so much better modding biggrin.gif
post #18329 of 19729
One thing I would say that really bug me, make the hole on the top for the cpu 8pin cable bigger. The tx750v2 cable require me to bend the top part of the case to make it go through.

Other than that, maybe some removable filter for the bottom.
    
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post #18330 of 19729
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Originally Posted by CM MR HAF View Post

Hi Guys,

I just wanted to survey everyone on the CM 690 II chassis? For the future we want to improve our design. Any suggestions or feedback would be great.

- Any new features that would be great?
- Any situation experienced where 7 expansion slots aren't enough?
- CM 690 II has 2 x 240mm support, is that enough water cooling support? What needs to be improved?
- Should future CM 690 be bigger, or smaller than previous versions.

You can post here or send me PM.

I like this biggrin.gif:D
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