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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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post #21301 of 28613
here's a little something to keep me entertained tonight...

    
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Originally Posted by Jamyy10 View Post
LOL i could make myself a bacon and egg sandwich on one of my old AMD chips

Clam, i have a few tips for ya, if you want to reset the BIOS you can do it by pressing the CLR CMOS button on the back I/O plate that looks like this.



It would also be helpful if you filled out your system so we can all see what hardware you have got right here. http://www.overclock.net/specs.php?do=addsystem

And I had noticed you were a bit confused when you were building your computer. The 2 pin plugs that came from the front fan and the rear fan are for the LED power and so you can use the switch on the front panel. And the 2 pin molex is for the power for the fan motor.

Also I have a H50 mounted in the front drive bays and that, in my opinion is the best place to mount the radiator. You can use the metal plates that came off the front drive bays as a mount for the radiator.

And last but not least, as I have just mentioned I have the H50, I use the fan that came with it and another corsair fan that was off of a H70. I get temps ranging from 35 - 48 degrees when I use prime 95. So you could stick with the stock fan that came with the H50.

I just wish I updated my browser and then I could have also helped you in you moment of crisis. Anyway well done AOM and Oxide
Thanks. I do what I can.
post #21303 of 28613
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here's a little something to keep me entertained tonight...

Nice! can't wait to see the finished product.
post #21304 of 28613
Hello everyone! I just wanted to post up my Scout in its current form and join the club. I didn't make a full on build log, but got a few pictures of the process. I still have more plans for it, but I am actually going to use the computer for a little while before I go tearing it apart again. I don't have a build log, but would be happy to provide more pictures if anyone is interested.




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Hello everyone! I just wanted to post up my Scout in its current form and join the club. I didn't make a full on build log, but got a few pictures of the process. I still have more plans for it, but I am actually going to use the computer for a little while before I go tearing it apart again. I don't have a build log, but would be happy to provide more pictures if anyone is interested.
What's the thing at the top of the case near the top fan?
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What's the thing at the top of the case near the top fan?
The circuit board for the NZXT led strip, its just a bunch of resistors really. I removed it from the pci slot mount and attached it to the top of the case with the tape of the gods. When I break the case back down to be painted then I will probably hard mount it.
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post #21307 of 28613
Got a new H60 from NewEgg and it installed perfectly... Pictures for proof





Only thing that has me concerned is my idle temps are about 40C. It seems a bit too high to me since I was getting around 30C with my Hyper212+
Edited by Xyrate - 5/13/11 at 12:04am
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post #21308 of 28613
Is there anyway to hook cold cathode tubes or sunlight sticks to the LED on/off button?
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Is there anyway to hook cold cathode tubes or sunlight sticks to the LED on/off button?
the wiring can't hold that kinda of amperage, but if you wire it up to a relay, you can power stuff off of it. there's a write up on it on the first page i believe.
    
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Got a new H60 from NewEgg and it installed perfectly... Pictures for proof





Only thing that has me concerned is my idle temps are about 40C. It seems a bit too high to me since I was getting around 30C with my Hyper212+
That looks brilliant, but you will get much better temps if you stick a fan on the front of the H50 as well as the back of it.
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