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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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I was also thinking Satin Khaki Green or Tan, would be Nice!
    
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They say that Trip 5770s can do almost the same as a 5870 or a 5970..
Check this out:

http://www.guru3d.com/article/radeon...-crossfirex/16

According to this site two 5750s beat three 5770s.
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This is off Topic as I can get but I need help.. Please.. What color would you spray your wrought Iron Furniture to match this pool.. If I go black I am going gloss this time but I was also thinking Satin Khaki Green or Tan. But if someone has Ideas Please help.

Thanks in advance..
Khaki Green all the way. Tan would work too, but no black.
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This is off Topic as I can get but I need help.. Please.. What color would you spray your wrought Iron Furniture to match this pool.. If I go black I am going gloss this time but I was also thinking Satin Khaki Green or Tan. But if someone has Ideas Please help.

Thanks in advance..


I'd go with the tan so it matches the accents in the pool tile
    
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They say that Trip 5770s can do almost the same as a 5870 or a 5970..
Actually Enigma, if you post your Heaven benchmarks scores again, I'm pretty sure your two 5770's beat my one 5870 in two of the scores.

BTW, my reference edition 5870 is still for sale.

About the PCI-E versions, johnny.dot.exe, aka johhny, is right. It makes no nevermind between V2.0 and V2.1, they were supposed to make power adjustments in the V2.1 spec so people would stop smoking thier motherboards when overclocking thier video card voltages. It didn't work, they dropped V2.1 and hope to implement V3.0 when they work out the kinks. If you want to know when, I'll look it up.

Edit: @ Enigma. BTW, I agree with Rockr on the pool furniture. Tan will match the tiles that accent the edge. I know they're actually silvery but reflected light makes it look tan then when you put tan stuff next to it, it blends. I think Satin Kahki green would throw it off a bit. I'd never go black, that stuff is too hot!

@ Jolly-Swagman. Hey man, nice to see you popping around more often. So what season is it down there now?? Fall/ winter. We went from winter straight to summer, no spring at all. One day it was 45f the next it was 81f. Sheesh!
Edited by BriSleep - 6/13/10 at 9:12pm
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Ordered another 5750! I hope I still have an extra CrossFire cable in the shop at work...
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About the PCI-E versions, johnny.dot.exe, aka johhny, is right. It makes no nevermind between V2.0 and V2.1, they were supposed to make power adjustments in the V2.1 spec so people would stop smoking thier motherboards when overclocking thier video card voltages. It didn't work, they dropped V2.1 and hope to implement V3.0 when they work out the kinks. If you want to know when, I'll look it up.
I figured as much. I checked my motherboard's specs and it is only 2.0 anyway. Thanks for confirmation guys. +Rep for you all
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[quote=Rockr69;9667305][quote=bigfatwilly;9666974]
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That pump/res combo is nice, but it wont handle very much resistance, what are you planing on cooling with it and how big of a rad are you planing on using?And the mod I've done too mount the Rad in front was done by removeing the HDD-bay and then removeing the mesh that the fan was mounted on not the crosshair in the front (though i did remove that too reach the airfilter)
Pics below!



what do you mean by resistance? I'm cooling a Q8200 at the moment and I want to reach a 2.8ghz mark. I know that it won't reach that high but I want to get watercooling now cus I might get an AMD 965 X4 or a six core.

how did you get the converter upside down? I tried and it won't get into the 5.25" bay



what he means is the bigger the radiator the more resistance will be created for the water to pass through hence needing a better pump and bigger reservoir

will this pump be alright?
http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=11767

i think its great!



Also, will this reservoir be alright?
http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=11755

i want a one slot solution, cus if I am going for a dual RAD setup i will only ave 3 bays left, I'll need one for the HDD, one for the DVD/RW and the last will be for the reservoir (Im going to place a fan controller on top with some cutting but I will talk about this later)
Edited by LokSupguller - 6/13/10 at 3:17pm
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[quote=bigfatwilly;9675868][quote=Rockr69;9667305]
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will this pump be alright?
http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=11767

i think its great!



Also, will this reservoir be alright?
http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=11755

i want a one slot solution, cus if I am going for a dual RAD setup i will only ave 3 bays left, I'll need one for the HDD, one for the DVD/RW and the last will be for the reservoir (Im going to place a fan controller on top with some cutting but I will talk about this later)
That's a great pump, you can utilize it for very long and when you need you can add a pump-top for even greater performance.

On the res-hand though I'm not sure, Bitspower is a great company and the constructions seems rigid, i say go for it, you can ad LEDs for looks aswell.

And ofcourse get some barbs for the res and some ½"ID 3/4"OD tubing and you'll be set, or else you can use 7/16"ID for an even tighter squeeze though I'm not sure how hard it will be too get this over the Pump barbs. And as always get some Zipties as clamps, very cheap insurance too prevent leaks
Edited by MlbrottarN - 6/13/10 at 3:57pm
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[quote=MlbrottarN;9676212][quote=bigfatwilly;9675868]
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That's a great pump, you can utilize it for very long and when you need you can add a pump-top for even greater performance.

On the res-hand though I'm not sure, Bitspower is a great company and the constructions seems rigid, i say go for it, you can ad LEDs for looks aswell.

And ofcourse get some barbs for the res and some ½"ID 3/4"OD tubing and you'll be set, or else you can use 7/16"ID for an even tighter squeeze though I'm not sure how hard it will be too get this over the Pump barbs. And as always get some Zipties as clamps, very cheap insurance too prevent leaks

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=11724

Will this do without zip-ties? I want a neat setup, so I dont really like the idea of cables everywhere.

I had just installed a Wireless card and I don't think it is possible anymore to mount the pump on the PSU. Where else could I mount it? Can I mount it between the HDD bays?

Also, I've asked this question lots of times but it seems that no-one replies. IS it possible for me to move the HDD bay a little to the left towards the motherboard tray? Thankyou
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