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CM 690 II. Can't wait.

Only 4 5.25" bays and looks like power and reset are up top somewhere.
Edited by coelacanth - 11/27/09 at 12:16am
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post #9512 of 19729
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Originally Posted by YaGit™ View Post
..regrading that CM690-II Advanced


I love the modern look.. very sleek .. I remember when i saw the 1st CM690 @ first.. I was attracted to it instantly compared seeing it on pics..

I hope to see this new model soon and lets see how..



I just read somewhere before an article regarding this and about DIY / static electricity ..

For me I believe in a percentage .. about 80% of all doa mobo purchased online is caused by static from the user at first hand..

I mean you can't touch a new mobo / vga / cpu.. etc out of the box without somehow clearing/grounding yourself..
Ram too. Best thing to do is having the power off but the power cord still plugged in so that the case is earthed, work with no clothes on and be in a concrete room lol. Some people don't seem to realise just how much static electricity we can have going through us and that it's bad for hardware. If you can feel a zap when you touch something, that's heaps of static right there and if you discharge that into some hardware? Unlikely you'll get much life out of that component.

Static electricity is the enemy of all computer components.
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post #9513 of 19729
Just Finally updated Mine seeing my New PSU arrived I could now Install the EVGA-GTX-295, man thats a beast of a GPU,,



    
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nice rig btw I wait my new silverstone 110cfm and my scythe kaze master and i 'll post screen of my case i need some cable management help too
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post #9515 of 19729
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Originally Posted by Jolly-Swagman View Post
Just Finally updated Mine seeing my New PSU arrived I could now Install the EVGA-GTX-295, man thats a beast of a GPU,,



http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r...cEA-750PSU.jpg
where did you get a dual pcb 295 and is it new/able to be registered with evga

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Ram too. Best thing to do is having the power off but the power cord still plugged in so that the case is earthed, work with no clothes on and be in a concrete room lol. Some people don't seem to realise just how much static electricity we can have going through us and that it's bad for hardware. If you can feel a zap when you touch something, that's heaps of static right there and if you discharge that into some hardware? Unlikely you'll get much life out of that component.

Static electricity is the enemy of all computer components.
hehe im i the only one that wants to come over and help build a computer with u? lol jk
Edited by gotspeed - 11/27/09 at 2:12pm
    
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post #9516 of 19729
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where did you get a dual pcb 295 and is it new/able to be registered with evga
Yes is brand new and registrable Won it in Folding Competition on OCForums folding Team32
    
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Yes is brand new and registrable Won it in Folding Competition on OCForums folding Team32
o thats not even cool . i want a 2nt 295 to see if it helps out with the 3 monitor playback but i don't like the co-op's and would like to be able to get the life time warranty on it from evga like the one i have right now.
    
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hehe im i the only one that wants to come over and help build a computer with u? lol jk
trust me... You arnt the only one
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trust me... You arnt the only one
btw thats also the same way i build all mine but i do it on a wood floor, its a little warmer and softer
we are going down hill again....
    
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post #9520 of 19729
Lets see some other painted cm690s I just got too bored looking at that black all day.




yes i used camera phone so you cant see the bad spots in detail.
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