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Haha, so true. Just look at my old SG02 build
http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/6924...blearcher.html
A nice build that one! Not lucky with temps
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post #912 of 13149
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A nice build that one! Not lucky with temps
lol. I considered 70C i7 930 load temps a godsend (@ stock). Previously, it would get (within seconds) to 80C, and I just pulled the power cable int he back, before any damage occured.


And don't get me started about how horrid the NB temps were...
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Hey guys! Hoping to join this club with my newest build.

Specs on the rig are in the sig

These first pics are just with the PSU and H50







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Hey guys! Hoping to join this club with my newest build.

Specs on the rig are in the sig

These first pics are just with the PSU and H50
Awesome build dude
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Nice .

I really am now eagrly awaiting for more pics
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Awesome build dude
Thanks!

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Nice .

I really am now eagrly awaiting for more pics
Any specific angles you want to see of the case?
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That's awesome!
Not really my style in terms of the paint job, but it looks great nonetheless!
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Any specific angles you want to see of the case?
Hello,

I'm just curious how you are going to fit your HD5850 (I am assuming that is your sigrig?) into that case

It should barely fit in, but my interest has been piqued, already

And your final wiring, since that is what makes or break the sucess of a build, IMO.


Thank you very much!


-AbleArcher
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That's awesome!
Not really my style in terms of the paint job, but it looks great nonetheless!
Thanks! The case is actually jet black, with white sponge painted over it. I used a standard household sponge. I think if I ever do the affect again, I'll use one of those fancy "painter's" sponges.

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Hello,

I'm just curious how you are going to fit your HD5850 (I am assuming that is your sigrig?) into that case

It should barely fit in, but my interest has been piqued, already

And your final wiring, since that is what makes or break the sucess of a build, IMO.


Thank you very much!


-AbleArcher
Give me about a week, and I'll have the pics up. The motherboard is currently in RMA and the GPU is on order, so it's not complete yet, per se. I do however have a 4870 I could throw in for mockup that's lying around.

Of course, I'll have to do a complete shot once everything is in there. I'm a little nervous with getting the H50's tubing to bend enough under the PSU, but we'll see what happens.
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jamesman32:
Nice looking build - any plans for the same finish on the PSU?
As for the 5850 - the 4870 is exactly the same size - i have a dead one that i used as a template for mine (before i killed the mobo and went back to my HUGE Lian Li)

Something i would sujjest - is you have the H50 the right way, add a strip of tape or something non-conductive to the side of the H50 rad - as with the 5850/4870 in there there is ~1mm to the back side of the card.

http://www.overclock.net/small-form-...ck-pocket.html

Thats a link to my worklog on my sg05.
I ran a i7 860 - but other than that our setups are almost the same (i also managed to fit in 2 3.5" HDDs), and i modding in a full ATX PSU

Hope if gives you some good ideas.
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