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post #2281 of 18196
ugh, I love my white case, will post pics later, but I got a little thermal paste on it because it was on my fingers, so I was wiping it off with some paper towels (has print design on it) and some of the blue tint on the print fused on the trim where I was wiping it off. Not that noticeable but just a heads up for anyone wiping down their case in the future.

I tried wiping it off again with windex and bleach, but it won't come off.
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What do you guys think the chance is of this case handling two 6990's with the mesh side panel and 4x120mm fans? I'm wondering how it would compare to the HAF 932 Advanced in the same setup because I really don't care for the look of the HAF that much and my options are pretty limited in terms of cases that offer adequate side panel cooling.
Edited by burningrave101 - 7/10/11 at 8:20pm
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What do you guys think the chance is of this case handling two 6990's with the mesh side panel and 4x120mm fans? I'm wondering how it would compare to the HAF 932 Advanced in the same setup because I really don't care for the look of the HAF that much and my options are pretty limited in terms of cases that offer adequate side panel cooling.
I would use 4x120mm fans on side panel as intake, make the 200mm front intake fan into an exhaust fan, and keep the 120mm rear fan and 200mm top fan as exhaust. If you don't get the SE version, I would consider the upgrading to the 1000RPM 200mm fans from the SE version. Corsair sells them separately now.
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What do you guys think the chance is of this case handling two 6990's with the mesh side panel and 4x120mm fans? I'm wondering how it would compare to the HAF 932 Advanced in the same setup because I really don't care for the look of the HAF that much and my options are pretty limited in terms of cases that offer adequate side panel cooling.
You will need all 4 120mm fans in the side and upgrade the front and top fans as well. The stock fans are pretty sad, especially if you want to cool 2 6990s.
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post #2285 of 18196
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Received the accessory side panel today. Now I have no more excuse to delay my serious cable management project.

in this picture, are the blue dual lights a ram cooler? if so, could someone show me a product link? i'm a bit new to computers, but it has quickly become my passion/obsession.

are those led fans? or custom installed leds?

thanks in advance
Edited by patti88 - 7/10/11 at 10:32pm
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in this picture, are the blue dual lights a ram cooler? if so, could someone show me a product link? i'm a bit new to computers, but it has quickly become my passion/obsession.

are those led fans? or custom installed leds?

thanks in advance
This one.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835236002
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OK, I promised some pics and here they are...



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I finally have decided on my final parts list and I will post pics of my final build when it is done. Sorry it is taking so long but money is scarce and I can only to spend so much money on parts each month.

What I have already....

Corsair Graphite 600T SE
ASUS Crosshair IV Formula
Corsair AX1200
2 Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB HDD's
Lite On Blu-Ray/DVD Burner/Player
Windows 7 Professional 64bit

I still need to buy.......

Corsair H70 CPU Cooler
AMD Phenom II 1100T Black CPU
2 Mushkin 2X4GB DDR3 2000 (PC3 16000)
2 PowerColor PCS+ AX6970
ASUS VE278Q Black 27"
Xigmatek 4in3 HDD Cage
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1 Xigmatek 200mm CLF Purple LED Fan
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I finally have decided on my final parts list and I will post pics of my final build when it is done. Sorry it is taking so long but money is scarce and I can only to spend so much money on parts each month.

What I have already....

Corsair Graphite 600T SE
ASUS Crosshair IV Formula
Corsair AX1200
2 Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB HDD's
Lite On Blu-Ray/DVD Burner/Player
Windows 7 Professional 64bit

I still need to buy.......

Corsair H70 CPU Cooler
AMD Phenom II 1100T Black CPU
2 Mushkin 2X4GB DDR3 2000 (PC3 16000)
2 PowerColor PCS+ AX6970
ASUS VE278Q Black 27"
Xigmatek 4in3 HDD Cage
9 Xigmatek 120mm CLF Purple LED Fans
1 Xigmatek 200mm CLF Purple LED Fan
The H70 might be hard to find now that the H80 is now on sale. H80 is $99 dollars, so unless you can get the H70 cheaper I would go with the H80. The 1100T may see a price drop in the next month or so as well, so I would buy the processor last on your list. This is assuming AMD releases there FX processors in August.

Good luck with your future build.
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The H70 might be hard to find now that the H80 is now on sale. H80 is $99 dollars, so unless you can get the H70 cheaper I would go with the H80. The 1100T may see a price drop in the next month or so as well, so I would buy the processor last on your list. This is assuming AMD releases there FX processors in August.

Good luck with your future build.
Where is the H80 $99 without overpriced shipping?
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