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post #8281 of 28613
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"Once again I'm on here all by myself." -Brisleep

How come you get on and going this late? Most others are off. lol


Has anyone out there tried the new nvidia adobe flash player 10 beta?
It uses the gpu power to accelerate flash videos.
Works GREAT. love it. No more jaggedy youtube videos on a gaming system lol
Oh, we usually eat late, then we watch a show or two on TV then Mindy goes outside and I come to the computer. With my new meds I'm up pretty late, midnight to 2am and she crashes around midnight usually so I sit here and either post & study or play a game. Tonight I'm cleaning out all my files on my computer because I want to back it up and try the raid config thing that I posted about yesterday.

Yep, I always get the latest flash updates and this one is smaller & faster than those before it and I'm not upset when something says it's about to play a flash video. Clee was here last night around 2 a.m., might be a Nevada thing too because a lot of the things in the cities are open 24 hours so we get used to strange hours. DevilsX has been on almost the whole time I have tonight.
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Oh, we usually eat late, then we watch a show or two on TV then Mindy goes outside and I come to the computer. With my new meds I'm up pretty late, midnight to 2am and she crashes around midnight usually so I sit here and either post & study or play a game. Tonight I'm cleaning out all my files on my computer because I want to back it up and try the raid config thing that I posted about yesterday.

Yep, I always get the latest flash updates and this one is smaller & faster than those before it and I'm not upset when something says it's about to play a flash video. Clee was here last night around 2 a.m., might be a Nevada thing too because a lot of the things in the cities are open 24 hours so we get used to strange hours. DevilsX has been on almost the whole time I have tonight.
I'm just an insomniac I guess. Actually, I just leave this window open and I never turn off my computer/browser anyway. Hope I cleared up the PhysX issue for you a little.
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Tip: The Kama Bay comes with it's own 120mm fan (very thin fan). You'll need to pick up some longer screws to mount your own 120mm fan. I use the same size/length as I used to mount screws to my Corsair H50 Radiator. If you do buy the Kama Bay, I'll be happy to provide you the screw # and size.

As for changing the window, I haven't done it yet, but I don't think any cuts/drills into the case are needed. Just need to remove those pins that are used now, and have the window include those same holes. For myself, I'll probably end up removing the window first. Then take the window to a custom acrylic cutter, and have them make it up for me.
Thanks for that, I have a couple of decent 120mm fans around so I'll try one of those either ziptied in place or surrounded with sime kind of wedged in place foam support which is in turn ziptied. I do like the look of that bay though and if I need to replace the fan in it I have one available. I have a box of all sorts of old screws so hopefully I have something suitable in there.

As for the window that sounds like a really good way of doing it, taking it somewhere and getting it cut professionally. I was probably going to pop it out and cut my own, I'm wondering if an A3 piece of perspex would be enough, it looks like there is a chance it is just too narrow. It would be a pain to have to get an A2 piece delivered here if there is nothing in between!

Either way these are near future projects rather than something I'm rushing into, thanks for the advice.
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Thanks for that, I have a couple of decent 120mm fans around so I'll try one of those either ziptied in place or surrounded with sime kind of wedged in place foam support which is in turn ziptied. I do like the look of that bay though and if I need to replace the fan in it I have one available. I have a box of all sorts of old screws so hopefully I have something suitable in there.

As for the window that sounds like a really good way of doing it, taking it somewhere and getting it cut professionally. I was probably going to pop it out and cut my own, I'm wondering if an A3 piece of perspex would be enough, it looks like there is a chance it is just too narrow. It would be a pain to have to get an A2 piece delivered here if there is nothing in between!

Either way these are near future projects rather than something I'm rushing into, thanks for the advice.
If you're mounting 120mm, try this:

http://img696.imageshack.us/i/fanpaint7.jpg/
This sits behind the plate.

http://img693.imageshack.us/i/whitefan.jpg/

This sits in front of the plate.

Use the small screws in the ziploc bags in the white box that came with the case. The smallest one you could find will fit. I only used one but you can use 2 plates, top and bottom, for better stability. Good luck.
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Edited you post for content but if you've been reading you know that.
So, don't know if to call you IR, Rat or Infected. I like IR, if it's ok by you.
Oh. Welcome to the CMSSC! Is that what Clee said the initials are? It's great to have yet another intel user here amongst this rabid pack of AMD guys.

The first part, SSD's. Have you seen the new OCZ product? It come in 100 & 200Gb sizes and claims 250Mb/s reads and 270Mb/s writes, no flip those two numbers. Of course access times are .1ms like most SSD's and the thing that always gets me is 2watts operating and .5 watt standby. If these things were more affordable we'd really reduce dependence on foreign oil! Of course, so far I've never read anything that says they put a group of people together and checked if they could see the difference in an SSD that has this kind of performance and those that are "slower" like 170Mb/s writes and 220Mb/s reads. I do know that when you put 2 of any of them in Raid0 and boot off them you won't worry about shutting your computer down because to boot it up only takes a minute at the most.

The second part. The Nvidia 400 series. Oh the pain!!! I don't know if you made it through my page long post about video card decisions but I'm right there with 'ya. If only they can produce enough stock and if only I can wait until the Holiday season sales. If only!!
Heh heh, IR or rat or any combination is fine with me. I often call myself diseased rat on forums but for some reason that name was either taken or wasn't allowed. It's actually a reference to a creature you deal with in Nethack, the ASCII based game of old which I absolutely love. It's mental to be playing Nethack in ASCII mode on an uber gaming rig but there it is, I can't wait for a new version to come out, it's been years.

Back to topic though those new OCZ SSDs are sooo tempting. I purposefully didn't do anything major with my drives when I built this system a couple of months ago, just grabbed a 500Gb WD for the OS and used another one from my old machine for data because I just know I'm going to have to put my OS on an SSD soon. Of course it's a self fulfilling prophecy now! Money will be spent. I just need to hold off for a while longer

Good point about boot times, at present I tend to suspend my computer when I wander off for power saving reasons, I'm at home pretty much all the time and my power bill is mental. I could turn on and off with impunity with an SSD, and as you say it's supporting escape from oil dependence Soon, soon. Do people here think it's work getting two smaller size ones in RAID 0 or just go for a single larger?

Of course the other thing that cash could go on is a 400 series... Also tempting although as already mentioned my power bill is big enough already. I'll wait and see for now I think, perhaps prices will drop when they can produce more and release another one in the range.
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If you're mounting 120mm, try this:

http://img696.imageshack.us/i/fanpaint7.jpg/
This sits behind the plate.

http://img693.imageshack.us/i/whitefan.jpg/

This sits in front of the plate.

Use the small screws in the ziploc bags in the white box that came with the case. The smallest one you could find will fit. I only used one but you can use 2 plates, top and bottom, for better stability. Good luck.
Oh yes that is a nice way of doing it, what about vibration though? I am obsessive about eliminating that sort of noise. I have a 1" thick dense piece of black foam type material and I could make a solid fan frame with that I think, ziptie it all in place and it should be very quiet.
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which is the best way to install the psu fan facing up or down
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I believe most people have the psu intake fan facing down drawing air from underneath the case and outputting at the back, that's certainly how mine is and is the way it is intended to be fitted by the case designers.
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I shall try the floppy drive add on and see how it works out. I like the zip tie idea as well, I don't fancy cutting or drilling my scout quite yet although I'm sure I'll get there eventually, especially if I get round to the window mod.


I cut a old CD ROM drive up and used that. It fitted nicely in the front liike this ->







but ended up being squashed in, further back to fit the H50 rad.





On my next total rebuild I will make mod it a little more so it fits nicely withou cable ties


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As for changing the window, I haven't done it yet, but I don't think any cuts/drills into the case are needed. Just need to remove those pins that are used now, and have the window include those same holes. For myself, I'll probably end up removing the window first. Then take the window to a custom acrylic cutter, and have them make it up for me.
Thats exactly what I did Next time I will just make a cardboard template at home and take that along with the old window.
    
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which is the best way to install the psu fan facing up or down
I had mine facing up when I first put it together. It looked good. Then I turned it fan facing down and I was much happier. Cables fitted better and better temps, also the blue light in my PSU now shine on the desk and not in to the case
    
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