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post #3541 of 9613
Those are very decent specs! Should make for an excellent HTPC...

I was going to do the 2120T, but wanted the HD3000 graphics, was a tradeoff...Have you seen this Gelid cooler? Ordered one this evening. Want to compare it to the Thermaltake cooler I'm running right now. With the second HDD, I'm limited to 39mm, so there aren't too many coolers that will work.
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I'll have pictures of my girlfriend's SUGO 05 rebuild after I get Ivy. I'm putting my Kuhler 620 in there to replace the stalwart H50 smile.gif Somewhat tempted to replace her GTS 450 SC with a HD 7770, too wink.gif
     
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I'll have pictures of my girlfriend's SUGO 05 rebuild after I get Ivy. I'm putting my Kuhler 620 in there to replace the stalwart H50 smile.gif Somewhat tempted to replace her GTS 450 SC with a HD 7770, too wink.gif

Get her a 680 biggrin.gif
    
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I take it you aren't using the slot loader?

If so why not try and mount the 2.5" drives against the front? There should be plenty of room there.
    
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post #3545 of 9613
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Get her a 680 biggrin.gif

Haha, no. I'm more interested in playing with/benchmarking the HD 7770... and I like the sizable power consumption savings / moderate performance gain.

I'm the one who gets the high-end gear wink.gif (Although her PC is nothing to scoff at)
     
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post #3546 of 9613
Still have to make a few custom shorter cables, but this is the H67 build I'm doing for my parents right now...same specs as mine without the SSD and with an ASRock H67 instead of Z77

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How much space is there between the end of the motherboard and the front of the case?
    
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Once the remote pcb and power switch is installed, none... (actually had to bend the pins for the connectors so they would fit) I've got a slot load blu-ray for it also, forgot to pick up the cable when I was at microcenter today, so have a full size blu-ray sitting there for software loads....

In the tray with the HDD, there is a slot load Blu-Ray...a second HDD mounts flat under it.
Edited by longroadtrip - 4/23/12 at 8:58pm
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Sweet build. Did you just electrical tape the hell out of your psu cables?

No it's actually this twirly black plastic wire wrap that came with a cable management kit for a TV. I did electric tape the fan headers from my fan controller to it though. My 680 came in:


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God this thing is a monster it feels so much faster than my 7970 was even though it's not.
post #3550 of 9613
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Once the remote pcb and power switch is installed, none... (actually had to bend the pins for the connectors so they would fit) I've got a slot load blu-ray for it also, forgot to pick up the cable when I was at microcenter today, so have a full size blu-ray sitting there for software loads....
In the tray with the HDD, there is a slot load Blu-Ray...a second HDD mounts flat under it.

isnt much there lol

My build is coming along nicely. Modding the dvd tray to hold 2 more fans on the side and just a little more room for the heatsink. still working on the small details, but its roughly done

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Edited by ikem - 4/23/12 at 9:46pm
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