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post #1431 of 6404
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You should start with a decent power supply.
This power supply as been great so far, at the time i was at a budget, it handle my system specs with 2 hd 5970 no problem, if it fails i buy a better one.

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30" may be too big for you so go with the Dell U2410 which is 24". It will not disappoint you at all.
i have a 21" now, i also have a 42" hd tv in my room which i play my 360/ps3 on but the resolution compaired to a monitor sucks, i just dont want to fork out over $1000 for 30" monitor and it perform worse then my current excluding resolution obviously
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post #1432 of 6404
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Originally Posted by Qu1ckset View Post
This power supply as been great so far, at the time i was at a budget, it handle my system specs with 2 hd 5970 no problem, if it fails i buy a better one.



i have a 21" now, i also have a 42" hd tv in my room which i play my 360/ps3 on but the resolution compaired to a monitor sucks, i just dont want to fork out over $1000 for 30" monitor and it perform worse then my current excluding resolution obviously
Xion PSU are shocking. It's not the power rating that's the problem isn't the quality of it.

You're 42" tv is probably only 720p. The U2410 is 1920x1200 and the U3011 is 2560x1600 so the 30" is a MAJOR jump.
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post #1433 of 6404
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Xion PSU are shocking. It's not the power rating that's the problem isn't the quality of it.

You're 42" tv is probably only 720p. The U2410 is 1920x1200 and the U3011 is 2560x1600 so the 30" is a MAJOR jump.
My tv is 1080p but ya once I get my video card(6990/gtx 590) and liquad cooling done , il get the monitor
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post #1434 of 6404
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This power supply as been great so far, at the time i was at a budget, it handle my system specs with 2 hd 5970 no problem, if it fails i buy a better one.
If it fails you buy a new M/B, CPU, GPU, HDD, RAM ect. because it fries your system. No more budget.

Just warning ya. The first thing you don't go cheap on is the PSU.
post #1435 of 6404
what is the response time and refresh rate on the dell U series monitors? is it good for gaming?
post #1436 of 6404
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If it fails you buy a new M/B, CPU, GPU, HDD, RAM ect. because it fries your system. No more budget.

Just warning ya. The first thing you don't go cheap on is the PSU.
Seriously i never heard of that, in going to read up about that, if the above is Tru I might upgrade it
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post #1437 of 6404
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what is the response time and refresh rate on the dell U series monitors? is it good for gaming?
From memory mine is 6-8ms but it's perfectly fine for gaming. I play online FPS and it's fine.
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post #1438 of 6404
I just want to show my Silverstone Raven RV-01.
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I love this case, I had it since 2009. But it has some problems notably the cable management.
One question, I read that it's better to use the AP181 for the RV-02 but what about the RV-01?
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Hi everyone, i want people to post pics Silverstone ravens rv 01 with water cooling systems installed, i really looking for pics of rad placement, and how its mounted. thanks for all the help
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post #1440 of 6404
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Hi everyone, i want people to post pics Silverstone ravens rv 01 with water cooling systems installed, i really looking for pics of rad placement, and how its mounted. thanks for all the help
As far as I know, you need to remove the back panel and run the tubes through the holes and use the included mounts to install the radiator (a triple rad is better). Sorry, I don't have pictures but Google is your friend.

EDIT: Well such as this one:

Edited by VortexBlast - 2/8/11 at 3:04pm
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