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post #18131 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Xyrate View Post
Hi Guys,

Been awhile since I've posted here. Well I started my first build last night. Thought I would post a picture. Right now my cable management is non-existent. I'm just trying to make sure it all runs before I even attempt to make it pretty.

I did have a quick question, for the CPU power connector should I get an extension cable and run it behind the mobo to hide it? Right now I just have it running right across the front. Also, do I need to raise the mobo slightly to prevent the wire from touching the back of the mobo? Sorry for the newb question!

Let me know what you think

If you leave your PSU upside down like that, then yes, you'll have to get an extension. NO, you won't have to raise the mobo, for with the extension you'll be able to run it behind the tray itself.

I don't know why you want to run your PSU upside down like that? Think about it if the scout had a top mount PSU would you mount the PSU in the current orientation? The Scout has a grill on the bottom to isolate the the PSU from the system heat. If your case sits on carpet then get a piece of anything rigid to set the Scout on. Plywood, MDF, a cut down stair tread or anything like that.

With PSU mounted upside down like that, it disrupts the flow of air through the case. If you turn it over you won't need an extension and you'll have much neater looking cable management.

EDIT: Also unless you plan on overclocking the bejeesus out of that system you don't even need that second 6pin cable plugged into your mobo above the GPU.

2ND EDIT: Pull the 6pin power connector and plug both 4pin connectors in at the top. You'll have plenty of CPU power, unless like I said above, you plan on trying to get like 5gigs + out of that board.
Edited by Rockr69 - 2/10/11 at 6:25am
    
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Brand new $10.95 regular $42.95, this looks like a good deal, but I am not sure, those that know can get it here..http://www.koolertek.com/computer-pa...k-247p1070.htm
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Thanks for the advice Rockr. I will flip the PSU when I get home tonight. Dunno what I was thinking when I put that in last night. I will try to run the cable behind the mobo then but I'm guessing it won't fit without an extension. I will also pull out the second 6-pin from the mobo.

Another question, should I attach a second fan onto my heatsink to try doing the push-pull method?

Thanks again for the help!
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Brand new $10.95 regular $42.95, this looks like a good deal, but I am not sure, those that know can get it here..http://www.koolertek.com/computer-pa...k-247p1070.htm
It's an old vreg / mosfet cooler block, not too high in demand cause those who want it usually get one like this: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/ekwaekdfidka.html

I mean, it's great for the price but it's a specialty item because the mosfet size varies from different brands and then within the brand, different revisions.
Thing is, as the NB gets more integrated onto the cpu (sandy bridge, bulldozer), the less cooling that set will need, right now most guys I know that have had a problem strap on a set of these:
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/misimoch.html
Or something similar, like this: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/delfub.html
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Thanks for the advice Rockr. I will flip the PSU when I get home tonight. Dunno what I was thinking when I put that in last night. I will try to run the cable behind the mobo then but I'm guessing it won't fit without an extension. I will also pull out the second 6-pin from the mobo.

Another question, should I attach a second fan onto my heatsink to try doing the push-pull method?

Thanks again for the help!
Much like Rockr already said really, I have a 460mm 4+4pin CPU lead on my current PSU, I routed it behind the Mobo tray (btw, cables are never routed under the motherboard itself, people say "behind the Mobo", but what they mean is take the other side panel off and route it behind the tray itself. Sharp pins can heat up (depending what they are), and if they're stabbing into any of the leads of the cable, the heat will slowly melt the cable sleeving and eventually short with the PSU cable, taking your Mobo. I don't think this has ever happened, but I've not heard anyone running wires behind their Mobo itself before, so) and it just wouldn't fit, barely mind you, I reckon another Centimetre or two woulda had it perfect.

I literally just had the plug against the socket at an angle, but couldn't get my fingers in to get the leverage it needed, it woulda been tight anyway, and I wasn't gonna remove my cooler for anyone.
My older crappy PSU however, was a little longer, and routed behind the Mobo tray, and there's a slot at the utmost top of the tray, if you loosen the top screws of the Mobo, you can get the plugs through, just beside the top fan, and into the sockets.

Unless you're OCing your GPU excessively, you won't need the 6-pin into the Mobo. The power through the PCI Bus itself is enough to power your card just fine, with an average OC.
If you somehow get huge OC's or do a voltmod and do need the lead, you can route it to the left, under the bottom PCI slot, and upwards from there, if you pop your card out, there's a notch where the bottom of the card's PCB nears the Mobo, you can run the lead under that notch and pop the card back in place for a tidier setup.

My case is also on carpet currently, I robbed a couple of Mega Blocks off my Nephew and placed them near the rear feet of the case to jack it up a little, making sure it wasn't constricted by the pile.

Finally, a push/pull on your 212+ will only drop your temps by about 2-3c, 5c if you're lucky. Ultimately it depends on what fans you use.
You might have a better time simply replacing the current Push fan on it entirely, and leaving it with only one lot of noise contributing to it.
Scythe Gentle Typhoon's, or the 38mm thick Ultra Kaze's have great Static Pressure, which is what you want more than you do CFM with a HS like that.
Also Yate Loon's, and whatever anyone else might recommend.

Sorry for the long-arse post.
 
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I'm beginning to know that feeling very well. I ordered some new ram from Newegg when they had the 15% off sale a couple of weeks ago. They screwed around and didn't ship it right away so instead of getting it on Friday Jan 28th it didn't make it until Tuesday Feb 1st.

Newegg has me frustrated right now as well...

Ordered a second set of G-skill Ripjaws on Tuesday, free shipping with the Eggsaver which I know does not ship through UPS but does DHL to USPS... usually when I do Eggsaver, I usually get it pretty quick.

I paid the extra $2 for their "expedited" shipping service cause I ordered 2 hours before noon PST.

They expedited it, shipped it out same day. Tracking Info says it shipped from Memphis Tennessee.

I'm in Atlanta GA.

I thought.. "awesome, I'll have it delivered in a couple days!"

Well, today, a couple days later... Tracking Info FINALLY shows up and shows its been shipped from Memphis, to St. Louis MO. where it arrived last night at some DHL HQ facility and handed off to USPS this morning at 1am.

Ok, seriously? ***? You ship it north, to send it south?

Does this make sense in any way at all?
     
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Ohhh I see what you mean... I totally thought you put the wire behind the mobo. I'm such a newb! I will have to try it tonight, thanks for the clarification! Evo
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I plugged my Apollish that's running in the top bays into the MoBo and you most definitely CAN feel the airflow from that fan. The bottom one? Well you can KINDA feel some air thru the drive cage from my new Rosewill. Not much. I'm thinking of fastening the old fan inside the cage with some zip ties to help.
I am definitely leaning towards putting the Apollish into the front 5.25 bays when I get it. Also kinda leaning towards ordering the 140mm version, and just using the 5.25's built in locking mechanism to hold it in place. Then I will probably find some way to rig up my H50 to sit closer to the front instead of in the rear.

If I do that, then I can leave the blow hole as an exhaust...

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I would love to see you use your side window as an exhaust fan and the Blowhole as a puller. That would be interesting . But I think the fan in front is more for equalizing the pressure in the case or not. I can remember there was some guys in the first 200 pages and they were playing with using air blocking under the DVD drive and then putting the fan in the hole and creating a more enclosed atmosphere in the front to increase fan pressure. Kev_b is currently using a inner case cork liner. I am very interested in what will be the end result of this.
When I get my new Ripjaws delivered and install them, then I plan to play around a little more with the two spare R4's that I took off the side panel.

May experiment with putting one back on, as an exhaust.

I would be interested in creating some sort of enclosed wind tunnel, from the front fan in the 5.25 bays, to the H50... that is when I get a fan for the front 5.25 bays.

But of course, its all about having the money to spend, and the time to invest in doing it right! LOL I am known to be impatient when it comes to working on a PC, but I learned my lesson when I built my Scout in the first place.. as my impatience cost me a broken Scout that I had to get a replacement front panel for!

May wait a little longer for that Tax Return before I do anything more!
     
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holy crap. guess who just walked in the door? MY CASE!!! sister took thur/fri off work and school and drove here last night!!!!!! i am sooooo excited...now to rip it apart and start modding it so i can get my dam system in it LOL.
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Ohhh I see what you mean... I totally thought you put the wire behind the mobo. I'm such a newb! I will have to try it tonight, thanks for the clarification! Evo
It's cool man, everyone says "behind the Mobo" afterall.

Can you imagine, with all the wires in place behind the Mobo, placing the Mobo down, screwing it in, GPU in. Go to plug in the wires you layed nicely under the Mobo and:-
"Ahh Sh...eet Metal!! I layed a 6-pin PCI-E instead of a 4-pin CPU!!!!"



Let us know how it goes.


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holy crap. guess who just walked in the door? MY CASE!!! sister took thur/fri off work and school and drove here last night!!!!!! i am sooooo excited...now to rip it apart and start modding it so i can get my dam system in it LOL.
Awesome! Be gentle when you rip it apart, and stairs=bad.

Show us pics as you go!!!
 
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Exia R2
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Unicorn SD
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
l Intel® Core™ i7-5820K l l MSI X99A SLI Krait Edition l l MSI GTX 980Ti Gaming 6G l l Corsair Dominator® Platinum (4x4GB) DDR4 3Ghz l 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
| Samsung PM951 M.2 PCI-e NVMe 512GB | l Samsung 840 Evo 500GB l l Toshiba X300 4TB 128MB Cache l l Toshiba MD04ACA400 4TB l 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
l Toshiba DT01ACA300 3TB (x3) l l Samsung F3 1TB l l Pioneer BDR-209EBK l l NZXT Kraken X61 (2x Noctua NF-A14-2000-IP67) l 
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
l Phobya MaxGuide 6 Controller l l Windows 7 x64 Customised. l l Acer Predator XB240H 144Hz G-Sync l l LG M2380D 1080p l  
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
l Logitech G19s l  l EVGA SuperNOVA G2 850w l l CM Storm Stryker™ l  l Logitech G502 l  
Mouse PadAudioAudioAudio
l Razer Vespula l l Logitech Z506 5.1 l l Steelseries Siberia V2 MSI Gaming Edition l l Creative Fatal1ty HS-800 V2 l 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
l Phenom II x4 960T BE (@x6 3838MHz) l l Asus Crosshair IV Formula l  l MSI GTX 570 PE/OC l l 8GB Crucial Ballistix Tactical 1600MHz (@170... 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
l Samsung 840 Evo 500GB l l Samsung F3 1TB X2 l l Maxtor DiamondMax 750GB 32MB l l Samsung F4 2TB l 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
l Toshiba DT01ACA300 x2 l l Pioneer BDR-209EBK l l Scythe Kama Angle Rev.B (With Scythe GT 1850R... l 4x120mm, 2x140mm Case Fans (CM + Scythe) l 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
l Aerocool Cooltouch R l l Windows 7 x64 nVidia Ed. l l LG M2380D 1080p l l Logitech G15 l 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
l XFX Pro 650W Core Ed. l l CM Storm Scout™ l l Logitech G502 l l Steelseries QcK l 
AudioAudio
l Creative Fatal1ty HS-800 V2 l l Logitech LS21 l 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
G3258 @4Ghz MSI Z97I Gaming AC MSI GTX 460 Crucial Ballistix Sport 1600MHz 8GB 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Samsung 840 Evo 128GB Toshiba DT01ACA100 1TB Optiarc 7170S Corsair H60 
OSKeyboardPowerCase
Windows 7 x64 Logitech K400 Wireless Touch Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 520w Modular Cooler Master Elite 130 
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