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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (927)
    Great
  • 30% (573)
    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
  • 1% (27)
    Bad
  • 5% (108)
    SUX
1861 Total Votes  
post #21111 of 28613
you're in the deep end with this one lol, this is why i made sure i got a single railed psu, rail balancing basically means knowing the output of each rail and making sure that each rail gets split equally, the first thing you need to do is find out what each rail is actually powering on your specific psu, i bet you wish you'd gone ahead and gotten a single rail psu now huh..
post #21112 of 28613
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Originally Posted by clam85 View Post
Okay, here's my last question:
It doesn't have anything to do with the case, but since everyone is so helpful here, I thought I might just ask it here:
I've successfully built the pc together, but when I boot up and turn my monitor on my monitor says D-Sub power saving mode.
I've tried reseating my Video card, rebooting a couple times, trying different ports and using different cables/kinds of cables.
But it still does the same.
Any help please?
My video card is GeForce GTX 570 and my monitor LG E2350VR-SN
Do you think getting a HDMI to Mini-HDMI cable will help?
post #21113 of 28613
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Originally Posted by clam85 View Post
Do you think getting a HDMI to Mini-HDMI cable will help?
are you 100% sure the system is booting normally? if you attached the little speaker for the bios beeps then you'd know straight away via a single beep from it, more beeps=problems
post #21114 of 28613
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Originally Posted by AliasOfMyself View Post
yep thats the one i posted a link to lol, cool how they have white or red too though, but the black one is more suited to the scout i think, when i attached mine i thought this is the perfect length
all I needed to hear, bought in black thanks guys! +rep
post #21115 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Moonzi View Post
all I needed to hear, bought in black thanks guys! +rep
nice little bit of cabling isnt it lol
post #21116 of 28613
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Originally Posted by AliasOfMyself View Post
are you 100% sure the system is booting normally? if you attached the little speaker for the bios beeps then you'd know straight away via a single beep from it, more beeps=problems
would I do that my plugging the HD audio cable into the motherboard?
post #21117 of 28613
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Originally Posted by clam85 View Post
would I do that my plugging the HD audio cable into the motherboard?
nope, the hd audio cable is for your front audio, the thing you want to connect to the pc speaker header on the q connector you have looks like this:



you should of gotten one with the scout in the little white box of bits, and also should have one that came with the motherboard, you can use either
post #21118 of 28613
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Originally Posted by clam85 View Post
Do you think getting a HDMI to Mini-HDMI cable will help?
Does your motherboard have onboard video? If it does, you might need to use that for your display and go change the video output in the bios. I've worked on some systems where this happens. Usually that doesn't happen thoough.
post #21119 of 28613
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Originally Posted by nitrousoxide10 View Post
Does your motherboard have onboard video? If it does, you might need to use that for your display and go change the video output in the bios. I've worked on some systems where this happens. Usually that doesn't happen thoough.
yeah i've had that once on an old asus board that i had, it wouldnt display anything til windows had started to load because the onboard video was taking priority over the card i had in the slot on the board, so it could be this too, but its still handy to know the system is posting if there's no video on post, saves waiting to see if the os loads, and this is a new system so i dont think he has an os on there yet lol
post #21120 of 28613
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Originally Posted by AliasOfMyself View Post
nope, the hd audio cable is for your front audio, the thing you want to connect to the pc speaker header on the q connector you have looks like this:



you should of gotten one with the scout in the little white box of bits, and also should have one that came with the motherboard, you can use either
That's all, no need to connect anything else?
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