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Nice Picture man.. You are in.. I will put you on the roster tonight. Thanks. and welcome to the....

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Drive bay mod using video or something?

Is that like a old video or something?

Sick mod would like to do the same? Any ideas....


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Hello Guys,
I just got my ASUS GTX 480 and did some benchmark. heres some few shot.
only problem when i oc at 3.7Ghz my idle temp at 50-55+celcius Idle so i might end up going back to stock..


Edited by Trademark - 7/13/10 at 5:05pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by trademark View Post
Hello Guys,
I just got my ASUS GTX 480 and did some benchmark. heres some few shot.
only problem when i oc at 3.7Ghz my idle temp at 50-55+celcius Idle so i might end up going back to stock..
What voltages are you running at? The temps seem really high for idle, what are they under load? Can you turn the fan up under idle? I'm running cooler than that on my 750@3.8 with a V8 cooler. Here are my settings

BCLK: 181*21=3.8Ghz
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If you're using the regular dremel cutoff wheels, then yeah cutting this case is a pain. You need to get the reinforced cutoff wheel.Tthey last like 100 times longer and have a higher abrasiveness. Then you'll be cutting like butter
I do use the reinforce cutting disk, manage to cut out 2 fan grills without shattering the disk. 1st I use the 45 degree method to make it round, but I found out it was too slow, so I use the normal straight cut, and it works better.. but still, 45mins per grill!
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Hello Guys,
I just got my ASUS GTX 480 and did some benchmark. heres some few shot.
only problem when i oc at 3.7Ghz my idle temp at 50-55+celcius Idle so i might end up going back to stock..
wow, idle at that temp, u should give more details on the proc though
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CPU-Z Validation
I fix it ..
now i'm at 40+ celcius idle
and its running @ 3.8Ghz
191 Base Clock/x20 Multiplier was gonna do x21
CPU VCore @1.272
Darn Asus Turbo Evo software mess up my overclocking so i have to do it manually.
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I have a question about this case. I'll be building a new computer very soon and this case was my number one choice. However, the CPU cooler I decided on (Noctua NH-D14) is rather large. So I was wondering, how well does it fit? I presume I have to remove the upper side panel fan, correct? Would I better off getting the larger HAF 922? (I much prefer the looks of the Scout, actually it's one of the best looking cases I've ever seen).

Also, I apologize if this was the wrong place to post this.
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You are in the right place and we are here for people like yourself. We are a family.. Stand by for the answer.

CPU Cooler Specifications

With 2 Side Panel Fans Installed. 120x120x25
(146 mm.) CPU to Top Side Panel Fan Distance.

With Only the Bottom Side Fan installed
171 mm. CPU to Side Panel Distance NO Fan installed on the Top of the Side Panel

Heat-sink Dimensions 120 x 120 x 158mm to 169mm is the optimum size range for this case.

Top of the case to the Bottom or Vertical dimensions of the case should not exceed 120mm. Side to side dimensions 140 mm.

Example of too big is the Cooler Master V10 (L) 236.5 x (W) 129.6 x (H) 161.3 mm
Its not the height or the width of this cooler but it is 10 mm too tall from top to bottom.

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Look like it will. Noctua NH-D14 weighing in at 1240 grams, the 161mm tall, 140x156mm square. It is big, so be sure to measure the space above the CPU to ensure you have at least 165mm clearance. From FrostyTech

http://www.frostytech.com/articlevie...articleID=2525
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Thanks for the prompt replies.

Yeah, I noted those specifications. Basically, it'll fit if the side fan is removed, but I was concerned about the height above the cooler. I've seen it installed here, but it looks like a tight fit. I noted some people here had the Noctua with this case, so I was wondering how that was working out.

Perhaps I should opt for the HAF 922? Or perhaps save some money and find a smaller cooler.
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