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post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by al the great View Post
gonna install windows 7 on this rig tonight

i also migggghttt upgrade to a 4870 but this sucker already runs hot as it is with a relatively conservative sized card so we'll see.
If you're still not sure, have a look at 4770, same performance as 4870 but less power and heat.
post #12 of 17
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interesting i did not know that. i bought a 4870 last night but i might put it in a different case. the matx i have runs reallllyyyyy hot.
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Q6600 G0 step Gigabyte Ati 4870 512mb 2 x 2GB Corsair XMS DDR2 800 
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WD 1TB Caviar Black, 500gb WD LG light scribe 22' Samsung 2ms & 22' Gateway (dual screen) 550w Rocket Fish Modular 
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post #13 of 17
That is pretty cool. Wish I made a nice mobile PC like that.
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post #14 of 17
Comp looks great !! congrats al

That sure is alot of high heat stuff in a lil case so don't worry bout those temps .
Great build !Enjoy
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post #15 of 17
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Ok thanks, We figured that out last night by taking out the psu and turning it on then we had space to feel the air. So the psu is blowing in Air onto the cpu.
Actually, the psu blows air out the back, so right near the PSU and CPU fan, there is going to be a lot of turbulence, since they are both trying to suck air from the same area. They may choke each other a bit. Nothing major, though. Just eye those temps long-term until you can make sure nothing is overheating. Great build!
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post #16 of 17
mATX makes me happy.
    
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post #17 of 17
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Originally Posted by corky dorkelson View Post
Actually, the psu blows air out the back, so right near the PSU and CPU fan, there is going to be a lot of turbulence, since they are both trying to suck air from the same area. They may choke each other a bit. Nothing major, though. Just eye those temps long-term until you can make sure nothing is overheating. Great build!
I tested everything myself and while yes most PSU's blow air out this one sucks air in for some odd reason.
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