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post #11731 of 28613
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I think I still need to work on the cable management. modular PSU would help but mine died for no apparent reason
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Does anyone know if you can wire the ccfl's into the led switch for the fans?
Yes, you can if you use a relay. Check out this thread for information on how to do it.
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Yes, you can if you use a relay. Check out this thread for information on how to do it.
..."this" link is GOOOD Information and all, but a bit confusing. {sorry if I am & other's out there are NOT all that of an
"Electrical_Techy & all"} Either of the Electrical Schematic's for showing from either hooking up a cathode CCFL light,
or the Light Strip, are showing any such of using the Inverter's to be hook'd up within or NOT. Just the Light Strip or the
CathodeLight-Tube. Does this mean these guy's have it all hooked up without using the Inverter's?? OR, are these
hook-up's showing for just using the "Switch - wire's " portion of either to be hook'd up ???
thanx, if anyone can clarify for this a bit more.....


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post #11734 of 28613
Guys help me decide pls

EVGA Classified / EVGA FTW
going to buy it by tonight i just order my i7 930 and corsair dominator few mins ago .

Link Here
http://www.evga.com/products/prodlist.asp?switch=5
Pls Select Product Series X58
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i'm new this forum so please dont bash me if i did something wrong?

so i've been reading about the 5870 and the storm scout. i KNOW it doesnt fit with the 11 inch length, but i have a MSI x58 pro-e motherboard and if i were to place that within the case, would i be able to put the 5870 ABOVE the hd docking cage?

like for example most of the pictures that i've seen in this forum show people using the 2nd pci slot (bottom), as their choice to put in the graphics card, but can you do it for the top. I know that I had trouble putting it into my lian li dragonlord case, but i placed it onto the top pci slot and it was able to fit.

anyone care to elaborate since i've already read threw like 200+ pages and my eyes are getting dizzy. =(
post #11736 of 28613
nothing wrong here. It all depends on the height of the first PCIe slot. The only way to tell would be to try it and report back here so we can put it on our specs page.
    
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i'm new this forum so please dont bash me if i did something wrong?

so i've been reading about the 5870 and the storm scout. i KNOW it doesnt fit with the 11 inch length, but i have a MSI x58 pro-e motherboard and if i were to place that within the case, would i be able to put the 5870 ABOVE the hd docking cage?

like for example most of the pictures that i've seen in this forum show people using the 2nd pci slot (bottom), as their choice to put in the graphics card, but can you do it for the top. I know that I had trouble putting it into my lian li dragonlord case, but i placed it onto the top pci slot and it was able to fit.

anyone care to elaborate since i've already read threw like 200+ pages and my eyes are getting dizzy. =(
Unfortunately, I don't think you'll be able to fit a 5870 with the Pro-E, however, you can try to bend the hard drive cage a bit like BriSleep did.

On a side note, what kind of temps are you getting out of the northbridge of your motherboard? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by mr-Charles View Post
..."this" link is GOOOD Information and all, but a bit confusing. {sorry if I am & other's out there are NOT all that of an
"Electrical_Techy & all"} Either of the Electrical Schematic's for showing from either hooking up a cathode CCFL light,
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hook-up's showing for just using the "Switch - wire's " portion of either to be hook'd up ???
thanx, if anyone can clarify for this a bit more.....


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That particular diagram does not show the inverter but it wouldn't make any difference. Either way, if you're using CCFL's you need to use the inverter. If you're using an LED strip, then you do not need an inverter.
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Unfortunately, I don't think you'll be able to fit a 5870 with the Pro-E, however, you can try to bend the hard drive cage a bit like BriSleep did.

On a side note, what kind of temps are you getting out of the northbridge of your motherboard? Thanks.
Yep, it all depends on the nose. If it has that V nose then it needs a dent where it hits the drive cage. The V2 cards don't have the nose which is good but so far they've put the plugs in there and that makes it hard to put in. Just doesn't make sense, take off the nose then put in plugs. Guess they don't care about customer feedback.

BTW, update, I'll sell my 5870 for $325- plus shipping.
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That particular diagram does not show the inverter but it wouldn't make any difference. Either way, if you're using CCFL's you need to use the inverter. If you're using an LED strip, then you do not need an inverter.

....much appreciate the clarification for using CCFL's with/without the Inverter, ROM3000........basically, that link of
showing, "this", takes you to post#19, the diagram with the use of an "LED" strip, but IF you were to go back up to post#15,
it show's using a Cathode, but he is NOT showing of using an inverter; so, that is WHY i ask'd for of my posting's.
...again, thnx for your reply, ROM3000, & +rep to ya......


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