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Originally Posted by <orangensaft;14578505 

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I love that. It's just heatsinks.
post #2552 of 13159
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Originally Posted by <orangensaft;14578505 

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I love that. It's just heatsinks.

Wow...that's sexy.
    
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post #2553 of 13159
Guys, watcha think, will we see LGA 2011 mATX boards?
    
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post #2554 of 13159
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Hey everyone,

Here is what I put in my Q07:

Intel Core i3-2100 @ Thermalright AXP-140
ASUS P8H61-I
Corsair XMS3 2x2GB
XFX RADEON HD 5670 1GB (passive)
1TB Samsung Spinpoint F3 @ Scythe Himuro
Seasonic S12II 380W
Lian Li PC-Q07B

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That's awesome thumb.gif
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post #2555 of 13159
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Originally Posted by <orangensaft;14578505 
Hey everyone,

Here is what I put in my Q07:

Intel Core i3-2100 @ Thermalright AXP-140
ASUS P8H61-I
Corsair XMS3 2x2GB
XFX RADEON HD 5670 1GB (passive)
1TB Samsung Spinpoint F3 @ Scythe Himuro
Seasonic S12II 380W
Lian Li PC-Q07B

sam_02455nb3.jpg sam_0257gn2y.jpg sam_0259anrq.jpg

sam_0265ou0d.jpg sam_0266iukf.jpg sam_0279iui7.jpg

That's awesome! How long do you think the parts would last if you used a fanless PSU? tongue.gif
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I?m started build in ft03..Link
 
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post #2557 of 13159
Hi guys, please can you let me know which side panel design is better.

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The case frame is green powdered quoted. The side panel is made up of 6mm acrylic and I will have the carbon fibre covering it so that i can cut the desired design. There will be LED's inside the case, and I am hopful that lights will come out of the carbon fibre once finished. Appreciate your help guys.

By the way guys, check my build logs if you want to see what I am tring to do. Thanks again.
    
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post #2558 of 13159
wheew, finally went with this

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post #2559 of 13159
Nice. And thanks for the replys on my Q07 smile.gif
It just got a little update: GTX 560...

As you may know the PCB's Palit/Gainward uses for there GTX 460's, 560's & 560 Ti's are a little shorter...
and have the 6Pin's on the side. It's like they designed them for the Q07 thumb.gif

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The GTX 560 Phantom uses 2,5 slots but there was enough clearence and since all the ports are in the first slot I only had to rasp a little. I mountet the I/O bracket to force the PSU into sucking more air from inside.
Should I have done it before. Was it better when it was all heatsink? biggrin.gif
Edited by osaft - 8/16/11 at 4:38am
post #2560 of 13159
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Originally Posted by <orangensaft;14599991 
Nice. And thanks for the replys on my Q07 smile.gif
It just got a little update: GTX 560...

As you may know the PCB's Palit/Gainward uses for there GTX 460's, 560's & 560 Ti's are a little shorter...
and have the 6Pin's on the side. It's like they designed them for the Q07 thumb.gif

sam_03668dan.jpg sam_0369xd4m.jpg sam_0380yf5u.jpg
sam_0383hewo.jpg sam_0392reup.jpg sam_03969d10.jpg

The GTX 560 Phantom uses 2,5 slots but there was enough clearence and since all the ports are in the first slot I only had to rasp a little. I mountet the I/O bracket to force the PSU into sucking more air from inside.
Should I have done it before. Was it better when it was all heatsink? biggrin.gif

Temperatures after some Bad Company 2:

i3-2100: 62°C (before: 55°C)
GTX 560: 80°C @ ~2000RPM (idle @ 1350RPM)
HD 5670: 85°C (...could have been better with I/O closed)

EDIT: Upps, sorry... dont know how to delete the second post frown.gif
Edited by osaft - 8/16/11 at 4:51am
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