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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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Originally Posted by BriSleep View Post
*snip for spaces sake*

Oh, I voted for Striker in MOTM, he's ahead with 11 votes right now. Whoo Hooo Striker! Welcome to the 4Ghz club!! What are your temps at??

One more thing: Y'all know I'm a Maximum PC devotee. In this months issue, they run the "budget" processor from AMD against the "budget" proc from intel, I think it's the one Striker has. The winner AMD again because it handles ALL the 3D programs faster, better, stronger. So, my mind instantly went to when I was testing the gtx 480's and comparing them to the card of the same level from ATI. BTW, they're dropping the ATI label, AMD sees no reason to keep it going, no added street cred.

Yes, it's a fair test, the intel proc is $50- more, it doesn't have HT so it's a 4 core against a 6 core but the performance / price level is about the same, intel won in all the 2D and office apps but the AMD still whupped on it in almost all the 3D apps. Sounds fair to me!
sorry to hear about all the recent trouble... i hope it all works its self out quick., but on the bright side your not in that trailer any more

thanks for the vote!! and thanks again, 4 was really easy with this CPU and Mobo i only changed like 4 settings and only one of them more than once (bus speeds)

for temps they never got above 49*c on HW Monitor wile running Hyper Pi. but i haven't tried to burn it yet so im really not 100% sure. still i think im going to be with in safe levels for quite a while yet . water is so cool

not suprised be the CPU thing... but isint 3d what we have video cards for? im happy with my I5 750
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Well, I've bought my H50 today! woot! I've also bought 2 CM R4 140mm blue LED fans for the front, (one replacing the stock red, the 2nd for the 5.25 bay) And a CM 120 Sickleflow blue LED. I was going to pick up a sickleflow smoked (no LEDs) for the back of the Pull fan on the H50, but alas! they were out of stock. I got good prices on everything though, so even though I haven't put anything in yet, I'm still pretty darn pleased.

Anyway! So, How tricky is it to feed 4 fans into the LED on/off switch? I was looking at it and I'm rather confused. I know theres a tutorial with the buzz bar add on and such, but yea. still confused. if its 3 pin, wouldn't that mean positive, negative, and ground? How the heck do you cut the leds from that? Granted theres a 3 to 4 adapter in each of the fan boxes, but like .... what the hell man? *shrugs* I'm such a noob.

Oh yea, so what are the recommended tools/ method(s) of cutting the fan mesh? I'm thinking it would be lest resistance if I were to cut the case mesh between the pull fan and the H50.

You're going to have to cut the led circuit as it wraps around the fan. It should have the leds wired in series around the fan and then back to the pcb (printed circuit board) of the fan. Make your cut there then add a length of wire to each side of the circuit, 1 for + and 1 for -. Then tie into the led control circuit in the Scout. Couldn't be any easier, but will be time consuming. If you do it you'll be in a very small group of folks who have gone through the trouble.

As for your rear fan mesh the preferred way of cutting that would be with a rotary tool. Dremel or Rotozip or one of the many branded "dremel" tools out there. You can also use a pair of dikes or a jig saw and then use a file to clean up the sharp points. I would recommend not cutting the rear mesh. It's a large diameter honeycomb shape and would have minimal if any restriction on your push pull setup. That grill is there for a reason. Not only does it protect the fan from your fingers and the other way around it also helps with the case rigidity in that region. Set up your p/p inside the case. Here's a dandy little trick how to mount everything without buying new hard ware if you're like me and have tons of screws and hardware form previous builds. If not then a trip to your local hardware store will be in order.

The threaded holes in the H50 rad are the same diameter and thread pitch as case and HDD screws. Using some 3/8'' length screws I had left over from a previous MSI build and a 1/8'' standard screwdriver I inserted the screw into the hole of the fan that would be against the rad and inserted the screwdriver through other hole, like this only the screw and driver positions would be reversed for a pull fan;



and then tightened the screw. Repeat for remaining three corners. Then using the supplied fan screws that came with the Scout fasten the fan to the case. Now the Rad and pull fan is mounted. All that is left is to use the four supplied mounting screws and washers that came with H50, mount the push fan to the other side rad and run fan wires. If you use the Corsair fan (4pin) make sure it's plugged into the CPU Fan header so you can monitor it's rotation. That's it! Take your time and have fun. We'll be looking forward to some pics.
    
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not suprised be the CPU thing... but isint 3d what we have video cards for? im happy with my I5 750
Yes, but think about it like this. 3D rendering is like building a wedding cake. The video card takes care of the all the pretty stuff you see on top while the CPU handles the cake itself. If the CPU can't stack the cake up proper then the GPU has nothing to layer onto.
Edited by Rockr69 - 10/30/10 at 6:13am
    
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I need some help, I just got this case and installed the psu but am concerned about the airflow through the bottom vent it looks kinda cramped. has anyone had problems with this case and the air intake for the PSU?

Thanks
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I need some help, I just got this case and installed the psu but am concerned about the airflow through the bottom vent it looks kinda cramped. has anyone had problems with this case and the air intake for the PSU?

Thanks
I pulled the filter off and blow it out every month or so. PSU stays frosty. No probs.
    
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@ Y'all:
Hi Everybody!!
Ok, sorry I haven't been "with it" lately, even though I said I'd be fully back. Sometimes things don't work out too well. Mindy is going on her 5th month battling Shingles. I had no idea it could last this long! I had them when I was 24, my immune system was stressed by the cancer, mine only lasted 2 weeks.

Then there's all the stuff involved with moving. We had to move suddenly because Mindy was so sick, she couldn't really be left alone & I couldn't run back & forth every time she or the dogs needed something. So, it was.... Throw everything in boxes, try to label them for what they are & where they were. HA! Lets just say we were around 50% anyway.

Now we're trying to sell the trailer & the same thing is happening. I'm running over there to paint & do some repairs & she sits here alone and stressed out.

So, I'm burned out guys! I've gone from 334 lbs just over a year ago to 208 last week! Which isn't all bad, I'm not on oxygen anymore, but none of my clothes fit & that shiny new wooden leg the government paid for doesn't fit & I don't have time to go get it patched up! So, see, I'm saying so a lot. I'm here, I'm watching y'all, but I can't respond much & when I do see new systems it's really hard to come up with comments.

It will get better, I promise, every day we take another step toward getting things "normal" again & living in this house is like a dream for us. It's quiet! << Yeah, none of that from the neighbors! This house has 6" thick walls & whoever picked out what goes here first asked for firewall drywall on every wall! I had no idea why anyone would want to do that at first, but I now know it's full of metal shavings & is excellent at stopping sound! Nice! Shut the doors & windows & we don't even hear the garbage man come! Then there's the stars! Used to have to leave town to see the stars, now we just look up & there they are. It is relaxing here but there's still too much going on.

Until we sell the stupid trailer I'm going to be half, maybe 1/4, functioning. If it's something the other regulars can't answer just PM me. Especially if you're considering dropping a paycheck or two on a shiny new part just because someone says it's good. I'm not a college kid but I know the right people & I can usually find out in a few days, so sit on your wallet until you get some sound advice. BTW, want advice on sound, ask Rockr, he's the man in the sound department!
Sorry to here about all this, that is a very long time to be sick, and like Sriker said at least you're out of the trailer.
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I pulled the filter off and blow it out every month or so. PSU stays frosty. No probs.
I just blow in the back of the PSU.
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Okay guys. Still waiting for a few more parts to come, but here are some unorganized shots to make up for my hiatus:

Mods/Upgrades Done:

Replaced GeForc 8600GTS with Radeon HD5770
Added VRAM heatsinks for HD5770
Replaced stock green LED Zalman 9700 with blue LED fan (RMA through Zalman, great customer service)
Ordered and installed Antec 900 hard drive cage, using custom spray painted Antec 900 LED tri-cool fan.
Replaced plastic clips for side window with blue anodized M3 button heads and locking nuts.

Long overdue. Hope you enjoy the pics:
http://picasaweb.google.com/DevilsX/ScoutMods#
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Yes, but think about it like this. 3D rendering is like building a wedding cake. The video card takes care of the all the pretty stuff you see on top while the CPU handles the cake itself. If the CPU can't stack the cake up proper then the GPU has nothing to layer onto.
I totally agree!

It's not that kind of 3D that AMD is kicking booty on, it's 3D processing, programs like Premiere Pro, Sony Vegas Pro, Photoshop, 3D Mark Vantage. Although it does still win out in Far Cry 2 & Dirt 2. They aren't talking about major differences though, in the games the margin is 1-4fps. Then, in Sony Vegas it's 200 seconds, I would notice a 200 second difference.

Thier main point in doing these comparisons though is what Rockr always says. What's going to get you the most bang for your buck? If a 6 core chip costs $50- less & does better than the high cost 4 core chip, maybe you'd go that route. Not me, if I can afford it, I'll go intel.

They do make another interesting point though, if you go with AMD, thier motherboard base, socket set has remained pretty firm & stable through many procs, you can't say the same with intel. If you want to upgrade to a hex-core proc, you have to buy a 1366 mobo.

Rockr is again very correct though, we're back to the point of where's the bottle neck? If the processor doesn't arrange the cake right, you're going to notice it when it hits the screen. Having 3 GTX 480's in SLI may get you fps's close to the 200's in Crysis but no human can really see that fast! So, if you run at the "usual" thermal max of 4.0 - 4.2Ghz on your proc & you have 2 480's in Sli, will you see the difference? Maybe. I can see it's wicked fast in Benchy's but the game only goes as fast as I can play it!

All that being said, my second 480 still usually never gets over 50c! I either have a really frigid chip or there's just not enough work for it to do.

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Sorry to here about all this, that is a very long time to be sick, and like Sriker said at least you're out of the trailer.
Thanks. Yeah, there was a lot bad about living over there. All the diesel exhaust, all the odors from the Spice factory. Oh, but the days when the Purina plant was making Cookie Crisp, or whatever it was. Those were nice! One thing I don't miss one little bit was the thousands of tiny black ants that were always streaming through! We even had them crawling on our head while we tried to sleep! I hate Cottonwood trees, I'm glad they're outlawed here now.

One more thing: You guys may not know, that's from the old man in Jackie Chan's cartoon.
@ Striker: I wouldn't trust HW Monitor as far as I can throw it. Being software, unless it's on a disc that aint far! Try Speccy, you'll love it, run something on all cores & you can watch as the memory controller tosses jobs back & forth to keep the cores cool & balance the workload!
Edited by BriSleep - 10/30/10 at 2:08pm
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Wow, I think this is a first. I said all that & no one said anything after it!

Edit #1: Did any of you guys get the Blue Tape that was offered or were we set up for a mailing list?

Edit #2: I think everyone is off to Halloween parties! We were supposed to have an ad in the paper for the trailer, it didn't happen. Realized later it was probably for the best as there's all these parties going on.
Edited by BriSleep - 10/30/10 at 9:50pm
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