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post #6931 of 8657
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Originally Posted by Torvi View Post

Hey George i've heard USA got some problems on getting 250d in stock. Do corsair plan on making some new big batch of them?

We're making them as fast as possible.
post #6932 of 8657
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Originally Posted by onevoicewild View Post

Mine weights 87 pounds because of all the copper and it is doing fine. These aren't exactly Lan rig's. now that mine is finished it's not going to be moved around very much!
Sorry to hear about the paint problems!


Starting to work with Sam in London on the initial plans for my next build.
Sam Kicked out this quickie render while we were going over ideas.



Awesome looking system. thumb.gif
post #6933 of 8657
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Originally Posted by skupples View Post

buuut what are your flow rates. Are either of you running flow sensors? I would like to be @ 1.5gpm+, that's not going to happen with a single D5. you also have to remember that parallel flow to your GPU's sends 1/3rd the flow rate to each card. That's where I really want to speed things up.
Smart man, you are.
post #6934 of 8657
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Originally Posted by ep45-ds3l View Post

I went with a 900D and h100i and two gpu's. No watercooling for me. I have seen my Windforce GTX 780's SLI drop temps from my old Air 540. The top GPU doesn't go above 75C @60% fan speed, where my old case would hit 80C and throttle my card slightly from 1150 Boost to 1050 Boost. For myself personally I didn't want the 750D and the 900D fits the bill. I like the fit and finish and could care less about the weight. I mean if a 47lb case is an issue.. You really need to start pumping some iron! Lol. I got mine for $279AR. For me it wasn't about the cost but the look I was going for and keeping my non-referenced gpu's cool.


Very nice looking build. It is nice to see an air cooled system for a change, not everybody wants water cooling.smile.gifthumb.gif
post #6935 of 8657
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Originally Posted by Lonestar166 View Post

Very nice looking build. It is nice to see an air cooled system for a change, not everybody wants water cooling.smile.gifthumb.gif

The CPU is liquid cooled :-p
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Welcome me to the 900D club smile.gif just picked it up earlier just had to put something inside, since the pic
taken I've taken out all the hard drive cages, put on the 480 support brackets, awaiting on my 3rd 780ti classified and blocks to arrive (need to wait longer for the backplate) frown.gif, then it's time to start plumbing.


post #6937 of 8657
in the 750D, whats the widest rads I can use for push pull in the top 360mm and the front 240mm? I was looking at the UT60's but now im concerned if they will fit
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Originally Posted by Noviets View Post

in the 750D, whats the widest rads I can use for push pull in the top 360mm and the front 240mm? I was looking at the UT60's but now im concerned if they will fit

Just do a UT60 in push. You won't gain much by doing push/pull.

If you insist on push/pull a UT60 will definitely not fit.
post #6939 of 8657
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Originally Posted by LaBestiaHumana View Post

Just do a UT60 in push. You won't gain much by doing push/pull.

If you insist on push/pull a UT60 will definitely not fit.

Would an XT45 in push pull perform better than a UT60 in push? I figured having push+pull vs Push would allow me to run the fans at a lower rpm and maintain the same performance
post #6940 of 8657
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Originally Posted by Noviets View Post

Would an XT45 in push pull perform better than a UT60 in push? I figured having push+pull vs Push would allow me to run the fans at a lower rpm and maintain the same performance

Lower RPMs, but double the fans. Still more noise.

Just keep in mind that fans in push at low RPMs still keep your temps really low, were talking 2-3C difference.

An XT45 in Push Pull will perform roughly the same as a UT60 in push. Go with whatever set up you find most aesthetically pleasing.

The UT60 with Gentle Typhoons is what, I would go with. It will be much quieter, and if you want to improve performance crank up the RPMs thumb.gif.
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