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post #16131 of 28613
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Originally Posted by DireLeon2010 View Post
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817371021

Good?
Not good?
My cable management is not the best. I thought this might help things. I'd put the Earthwatts one in my old rig. I'm afraid my 5 year old Thermaltake wont be up to pushing the 7600gs and 8 120mm fans. I might try overclocking....

Oh. The old rig is a Northwood 2.66.
It's 80+ bronze, if you can afford it, at least try to get 80+ silver.
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Striker

it is difficult to remove the HDD cage ??
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post #16133 of 28613
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Ok, but if I get busted (I'm supposed to be working) I'll have to finish later.
This is the only computer I didn't build myself. Mindy gets tired of all the cursing and blood letting that comes from the assemblies & mods so when I got 18 years of back pay from the army for my disability, she said, buy a custom built computer, don't build one.

A lot of research later, I knew what I wanted & who I wanted to do it. I picked Digital Storm because of thier great reputation and many years of building whopping computers. Or is that whooping? As in butt whooping? So I went on thier forums and told them what I wanted and everything sounded good but one guy kept telling me that I really should get a bigger case, like a haf 932 or 800D (which was new then), but I''ve always had mid-towers & I really liked the look of the Scout.

I talked to my associates on hard forum (there 5 years before I came here), picked the best of the best at the time & jumped in full force even gritting my teeth cause I had to wait 2 weeks to a month before my vid card (XFX 5870) would be available, of course it was a month! When my system finally came it was all it was promised to be, water cooled goodness & speed that couldn't be beat.

There was just one problem. I saw that behind my mobo it said LE, but didn't really get it, actually didn't get it until one of our Scout members (Trademark) pointed it out. My mobo is a basic tri-sli from Evga, good ol' 132-BL-758-TR......LE. When I started running the system through it's paces, everything seemed golden, graphics, folding, doing 7.63 things at once and getting them done at 4.009Ghz! Then I started playing my games. I knew games were the best test of a computers metel that you could supply but at the time I thought the synthetic tests could have made it harder on the system.

So, a few times through playing Crysis I had problems. The green lines of ATI, the screen blanks & spontaneous re-boots. Then at the end the movie played in Psycadelic coloring! That part was cool! I thought, oh, brand new vid card, it may be the drivers or something. It didn't turn out so well though, after some more testing and trying a few things DS said, I found out that the Vreg (mosfet cooling) was going over 100c and causing things in the NB or Qpi as it's called now to go wonky, esp the communications between the vid card & processor. So with not much quibble at all DS talked to Evga (starting my getting friendly with Evga) and they soon said, send it back (sorry my expense) but they'll upgrade me to a Haf 932, 240 rad & better setup overall. A few weeks later I had my new setup & was planning to build my wife a system almost identical to mine (no LE board), in the ol Scout case.

Lesson learned?? With a high end i-7 setup in the Scout, try not to block the back vent, it's vital, anything you can do to increase the airflow over the mosfet cooler will go a long way. Some guys I've talked to over at Evga have build mi-towers with an LE board by putting in a delta 40mmx10mm fan on the mosfet fins & nothing else, me, I increased the airflow in Mindys Scout by putting a Noctua in the blowhole & a 120 Enermax Apollish in the 5.25 bay, the result is a 2ft draft out the top of the blowhole & a very cool mosfet. The only time she did let me O/C it, the temps were very reasonable.
So you are saying I could be asking for problems with my setup? With the way the RX120 on the back is covering stuff up.


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I miss my green led fans

but they are so loud......and my damn fan controller arrive DEAD

NEVER buy aerocool again
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Photomoo did the only mod I seen to the top but it’s a bit too busy for me plus I want the USB 3.0 upgrade. One of the mods I’m going to attempt is to change out the top switch panel, it will have the carbon fiber look, Pre-Wired Delrin Vandal Resistant Illuminated Switches 16mm Black – Sleeved and a Lian-Li USB 3.0 with esata I/O port.

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Photomoo did the only mod I seen to the top but it’s a bit too busy for me plus I want the USB 3.0 upgrade. One of the mods I’m going to attempt is to change out the top switch panel, it will have the carbon fiber look, Pre-Wired Delrin Vandal Resistant Illuminated Switches 16mm Black – Sleeved and a Lian-Li USB 3.0 with esata I/O port.
    
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Hi Guys,
Went to 3 computer shops in town today and not one of them carried any extra metal 5.25" metal bay covers (the ones you have to detach physically from the case when its new to open up a bay) in their spare parts bins.

So, the only thing i could think of is asking if any of you would have 2 laying around you arn't using that I could possibly buy off you for a few bucks plus cover the shipping to me?

If you have 2 to spare from your case, let me know! Thanks!! Forgive me if this is in the wrong area.
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post #16138 of 28613
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So you are saying I could be asking for problems with my setup? With the way the RX120 on the back is covering stuff up.


Naw, don't think so. You got an i-5, not i-7, the i-5's have all those extra caps on top of the cpu, helping keep some of the heat off the back of the mobo.
You got 2 sticks of ram, I have 3, overclocked with a fan, I'm on my second fan!
You got a low contriction rad, I had a Swiftech, barely let the air through.
You got rid of the drive cage & laid the drives down in a way I don't think any of us have ever seen, I know I haven't! Mucho más frÃ*o!
You snapped out all of your pci retainer clips, lets more air through, I didn't know to do that 'till Rockr (Thanks Rockr!) came along.
You got your tubing twisted this way & that which makes me think you were very good in crafts class when you were a kid! I kept gluing my fingers to stuff! Well routed tubing helps keep things cooler.

Just look at the way DS set up my Scout & look at yours, they did it like it was a small version of a Haf 922, which we know is wrong, the Sniper is a small Haf 922. You thought about it, they just did what they knew.

I got my Haf & still didn't like it, heck, I've changed everything except the optical drives & the mobo! Oh the ram, still the original ram. Also the LE was one of those things that Evga just popped up with out of nowhere, an offering to commercial system builders to attract a bigger market in a depressed economy, it's a great board & I'm glad I got x16 sli no matter where I put the second card but you have to pay hundreds extra to get this feature now.

Then look at this, the way my haf was set up by them, ok but not thought out:


Now, with everything moved around so there's room to breathe, long curves in the tubing (plus it's 1/2" instead of 3/8") to prevent turbulence then a drop at the end of the loop and a short power up straight to the rad to cool things off before the water goes back through the loop. DS doesn't even use the Scout anymore, they only had it for a couple of months, it's too much for a mass builder to handle, easier to use more open towers.

Edit:
In case you can't see it goes PumpTop>Rad>Cpu>Spinbay Res>back to pump......If I add W/C to my 480's I'd use the same res, with a seperate pump & loop, 360 rad for them baby's then O/C the he!! out of them!
Edited by BriSleep - 12/19/10 at 12:24am
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Is Chieftec a good brand? I always thought it was one of the 'DO NOT WANT' brands.
     
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You got rid of the drive cage & laid the drives down in a way I don't think any of us have ever seen, I know I haven't! Mucho más frÃ*o!
You snapped out all of your pci retainer clips, lets more air through, I didn't know to do that 'till Rockr (Thanks Rockr!) came along.
You got your tubing twisted this way & that which makes me think you were very good in crafts class when you were a kid! I kept gluing my fingers to stuff! Well routed tubing helps keep things cooler.
Thanks but pretty much everything in my rig is done in a form follows function, and I got lucky that it looks good. The HDD are that way because there just isn't any other way I could think of to make room for them. The tubing, is like that because it is about the only way I could route them with out kinks, it took hours and 6 meters of tubing to do it, lol.
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