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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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post #25431 of 28613
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I'm back from vacation and had a bit of a nightmare walking it the door. My pump is making all kinds of noise! Bad, bad, noise. I'll be posting more about it once I get everything figured out, but I'm hoping everything works out. I'm glad everything ran smooth while I was on leave, you all rock! thumb.gif

@ Shadow_Foxx Please stick around you are one of our top Scouts, plus I need your help when it comes to watercooling Scouts.
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Here's mine
CPU: 1090T @ 3.8 Ghz, I had it at 4Ghz, but that was in the winter when It was colder, I had a less powerful CPU, and before I put a fan filter on my CPU cooler. Max temp now is 45C.
Motherboard: Gigabyte 970a-UD3, Upgrading to the Biostar 990fx soon
RAM: 8GB Gskill 1600Mhz
GPU: XFX Double D 7850 @ 1050/1200
PSU: Rosewill Hive 550W
HDD: Seagate 1TB Seagate Barracuda, Looking into getting an SSD or two soon.
400
It's probably a stupid idea to put a fan filter on my Hyper 212, I tried to convince myself I put it there because its a pain to get the dust out of the heatsink, but it's really there for looks.
400
I found a sheet of metal already bent in my basement, so all I had to do was trim it a little and sand it. I was going to paint it black, but once I sanded it I realized how amazing it looks, and how amazingly lazy I am.
400

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Jumping In on Storm Scout Band wagon!

I7 870 Lynnfield OC to 4.2ghz, 2 X 4GB G-Skill Ram, GTX-460, Corsair SSD III, H50 CPU Water Cooler, 3x 140mm R4's, 2x 120mm fans, Scythe Controller, etc

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2 beautiful Scouts!
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I want to make my own cover for the HDD bay. What is the size and dimensions?

Good to see an old member pop back in thumb.gif
4 15/32" x 7 5/8"

Attention Scouts!!!
Please fill out this short form to be added to the Members List, plus it helps me update the GPU listing too thumb.gif

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?pli=1&formkey=dDV3Um84ZXRYMDVEZXhtM3JCNUtjRHc6MQ#gid=0

Edited by GoodInk - 5/25/12 at 6:29pm
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post #25432 of 28613
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If you water cool please check my build log, I'm trying to keep this in the three places that I let Mayhem's know where I was posting it, as I still 100beleive in their product, and I place blame on the tubing.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

I'm back from vacation and had a bit of a nightmare walking it the door. My pump is making all kinds of noise! Bad, bad, noise. I'll be posting more about it once I get everything figured out, but I'm hoping everything works out. I'm glad everything ran smooth while I was on leave, you all rock! thumb.gif
@ Shadow_Foxx Please stick around you are one of our top Scouts, plus I need your help when it comes to watercooling Scouts.
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2 beautiful Scouts!
Good to see an old member pop back in thumb.gif
4 15/32" x 7 5/8"]

Thanks! ^_^
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Hi Everybody!!! biggrin.gif
Ok, I just stopped in to ask a quick question. confused.gif

First here's the reason, I've lowered all my overclocks and all my hardware is running at stock speeds. headscratch.gif Yeah, I know, what did I go and do that for? #1 To cut down the power bill. #2 It gets Wayyyyyy too hot in my room running overclocked with two video cards tonguesmiley.gif
Ok, one thing here, whatever I get needs to be strong enough in case I get a tough game and need to boost things up for the winter, or buy a window A/C unit for the summer.

Now, for all you Learned Gentlemen, here's the question: Would you run one of Corsairs closed loop coolers? There are just so many really vocal reviewers out there that say, this thing leaked and ruined their entire computer. I know some of those are just B.S. but how many were messing with the tubes before they leaked? Mindy's (my wife) Scout has had an H60 for years now and not a bit of wear showing.

Second part of the question: If you think air cooling is the best way to go then please tell me which cooler and why.
Well, that's it. TIA for anything you come up with, I will be anxiously waiting.

Oh Yeah!!! As Soon as I replace the custom loop I will be selling all my parts and extra parts and both pumps. Anyone think they'll be interested??
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post me some budget gaming motherboards
Edited by angry scout - 5/26/12 at 6:15am
    
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Hi Everybody!!! biggrin.gif
Ok, I just stopped in to ask a quick question. confused.gif
First here's the reason, I've lowered all my overclocks and all my hardware is running at stock speeds. headscratch.gif Yeah, I know, what did I go and do that for? #1 To cut down the power bill. #2 It gets Wayyyyyy too hot in my room running overclocked with two video cards tonguesmiley.gif
Ok, one thing here, whatever I get needs to be strong enough in case I get a tough game and need to boost things up for the winter, or buy a window A/C unit for the summer.
Now, for all you Learned Gentlemen, here's the question: Would you run one of Corsairs closed loop coolers? There are just so many really vocal reviewers out there that say, this thing leaked and ruined their entire computer. I know some of those are just B.S. but how many were messing with the tubes before they leaked? Mindy's (my wife) Scout has had an H60 for years now and not a bit of wear showing.
Second part of the question: If you think air cooling is the best way to go then please tell me which cooler and why.
Well, that's it. TIA for anything you come up with, I will be anxiously waiting.
Oh Yeah!!! As Soon as I replace the custom loop I will be selling all my parts and extra parts and both pumps. Anyone think they'll be interested??

As far as I know, the corsair series are quite good. Me myself got the H40 and never had problems; except for the weird gurgling noise that is apparently air trapped in the pump.
I'd say go with a liquid cooler if you've got enough money; if not then a nice budget air cooler will do the trick too.
post #25437 of 28613
After a bit of tampering with the FX cooler, I found out that the heatsink wasn't seated properly, now my pc is quiet again!
For the ones wondering if the FX-8120 is a good cpu: it's terrific! I got no problems at all running my games at their full capacity.
I'll post the link again for the ones that didn't mention it:

http://www.alternate.nl/html/product/ALTERNATE/Upgrade_Kit_ASRock_970_Extreme3_-_FX-8120_-_8_GB/998152/?

It's really worth the pay!
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Hi Everybody!!! biggrin.gif
Ok, I just stopped in to ask a quick question. confused.gif

First here's the reason, I've lowered all my overclocks and all my hardware is running at stock speeds. headscratch.gif Yeah, I know, what did I go and do that for? #1 To cut down the power bill. #2 It gets Wayyyyyy too hot in my room running overclocked with two video cards tonguesmiley.gif
Ok, one thing here, whatever I get needs to be strong enough in case I get a tough game and need to boost things up for the winter, or buy a window A/C unit for the summer.

Now, for all you Learned Gentlemen, here's the question: Would you run one of Corsairs closed loop coolers? There are just so many really vocal reviewers out there that say, this thing leaked and ruined their entire computer. I know some of those are just B.S. but how many were messing with the tubes before they leaked? Mindy's (my wife) Scout has had an H60 for years now and not a bit of wear showing.

Second part of the question: If you think air cooling is the best way to go then please tell me which cooler and why.
Well, that's it. TIA for anything you come up with, I will be anxiously waiting.

Oh Yeah!!! As Soon as I replace the custom loop I will be selling all my parts and extra parts and both pumps. Anyone think they'll be interested??

Great to see you General!!!
I would just keep your loop, you could turn down the fans to make it real quiet. But if you do decide to sell your stuff, I'm in need of a pump, mine just died on me.
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post me some budget gaming motherboards

Do you have a price range and what socket?
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Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

@ Shadow_Foxx Please stick around you are one of our top Scouts, plus I need your help when it comes to watercooling Scouts.

Dont worry mate, im still a scout owner, just not actively modding it atm. Ill be here just as much as before thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by BriSleep View Post

Now, for all you Learned Gentlemen, here's the question: Would you run one of Corsairs closed loop coolers? There are just so many really vocal reviewers out there that say, this thing leaked and ruined their entire computer. I know some of those are just B.S. but how many were messing with the tubes before they leaked? Mindy's (my wife) Scout has had an H60 for years now and not a bit of wear showing.
Second part of the question: If you think air cooling is the best way to go then please tell me which cooler and why.
Well, that's it. TIA for anything you come up with, I will be anxiously waiting.
Oh Yeah!!! As Soon as I replace the custom loop I will be selling all my parts and extra parts and both pumps. Anyone think they'll be interested??

I would say corsair coolers are great for cooling. While Ive heard that some have leaked, everyone I know who had that happen and then contacted corsair had all their damaged hardware replaced for free by them thumb.gif Plus theyre less intrusive then comparable air coolers (ie noctuas etc) and you dont have to worry about ram clearance etc. smile.gif
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