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post #1681 of 18197
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Originally Posted by antipesto93;13782263 
i didnt get a corsair sticker with my case lol.

They (Corsair stickers) come with PSU's I think....
post #1682 of 18197
Yay, I get to return my less than 24 hours old Corsair Force 3 120GB drive. Now I get to fight with Corsair about shipping to an APO address.

Edit: It looks like Corsair is going to work with me and ship to my APO. +1 for Corsair and their customer service department.
Edited by acavella - 6/7/11 at 1:17pm
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post #1683 of 18197
Corsair has one of the best customer service in my opinion. I had a bad fan and a dented side panel and they shipped new ones out to me and received them in a week!
Thats pretty quick!

ASRock on the other hand, I don't even want to go into that. 3 weeks and they still have not responded about my RMA.
    
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anyone know the max radiator size to fit on the inside top of the case? will the XSPC RS240 fit?
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post #1685 of 18197
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Originally Posted by xMEATWADx95x;13788379 
anyone know the max radiator size to fit on the inside top of the case? will the XSPC RS240 fit?

240mm is best up top, an rs240 can fit but not in Push + Pull

360 can be modded to fit i think
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Ok....I clean the inside up a bit....but ended up having to replace window with mesh for gpu heat. All comments welcomed!
IMG-20110607-00053.jpg
IMG-20110607-00054.jpg
IMG-20110607-00056.jpg

In the next few weeks, I am going to cut out the supports in the top panel and front panel to allow more airflow as those of you on here have....thanks for the ideas guys and girls....
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LOL.....I like to look at it as "Redneck Cable Sleeving"? .....LOL
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post #1688 of 18197
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Originally Posted by Synthean;13789123 
LOL.....I like to look at it as "Redneck Cable Sleeving"? .....LOL

LOL, I like it. You should really consider going with some real cable sleeve in the future. It would look really clean. Right now it sort of has a 1980s science fiction/space ship engine look with all the tubing.

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post #1689 of 18197
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Originally Posted by Synthean;13789042 
Ok....I clean the inside up a bit....but ended up having to replace window with mesh for gpu heat. All comments welcomed!


In the next few weeks, I am going to cut out the supports in the top panel and front panel to allow more airflow as those of you on here have....thanks for the ideas guys and girls....
I like the look, the only thing I might have done differently is not use black zip ties. Maybe white or clear ones would have been better. On the other hand maybe the contrast is more interesting, but I would like to see how the both look. I personally don't like the cable sleeve/flowing ribbons look, but if you did want it you can by the premade extensions. They are priced super cheap compared to how long it would take you do cable them yourself.
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Originally Posted by acavella;13789200 
LOL, I like it. You should really consider going with some real cable sleeve in the future. It would look really clean. Right now it sort of has a 1980s science fiction/space ship engine look with all the tubing.

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That about sums it up, it does have a very "2001" feel, but it is cool and definitely a unique style. All that is needed now is a big ole red Led and to call it HAL.
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post #1690 of 18197
Hello everybody!

Been lurking for awhile now and getting inspiration. Many awesome setups!
I've got this baby, but dont have any pic as of now.

But I am doing some theory/thoughts around a future update/upgrade at the cooling. Can't test it since I dont have the parts, and Corsair H100 and Corsair Link isnt out yet. But I've done some awsome paint drawing of two of my thoughts I would really like some feedback on. What I would like out of this is best possible cooling with air (not really interested in liquid cooling), and OC as much as possible with air.

2600k @ 4,4GHz (SpeedStep, Turbo and HT OFF)

Asus GTX 580 Direct CUII @ 850 CC

SCYTHE GENTLE TYPHOON 120MM FAN 1850RPM x 3 (For the radiator on top and the third is the one hitting the GTX 580)

SCYTHE SLIP STREAM 120MM FAN 1200RPM x 6

Corsair H100 radiator on top.

200mm fan front are the stock one.

Corsair Link for automatic temp monitoring/control and thus noise



600T airflow #1:
Not sure how or if it would work if the two top on the sidepanel could exhaust hot air from the top on the GTX 580?

600T airflow #2:
Pretty standard. But I'm not sure where the hot air from the GTX580 would go? most through the back fan? or through the radiator?


Any thoughts?
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