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There ya go tongue.giftongue.gif
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DROOOOOOOOLING RIGHT NOW, what lights are you using and where do you get the vynal?
post #4492 of 18210
here are some pics of my rig I have been working on. It started as an upgrade and then ended up being a full blown new PC XD

Full Specs as of Today (12-07-2011)
Case: Corsair Special Edition White Graphite Series 600T Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower
Motherboard: ASUS Sabertooth 990FX AM3+ AMD 990FX
CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 1100T Black Edition Thuban
CPU Heatsink: Corsair H100 Self contained liquid cooling setup
RAM: 16 GB Corsair Vengeance (White)
HD: 2x 3TB WD HD's
Fan Controller: NZXT Sentry LX
Graphics: 2 x SAPPHIRE 100311-2SR Radeon HD 6970
PSU: NZXT HALE90-1000-M 1000W
OS: Windows 7 with VMware desktop running Debian, Slackware 13.37,Ubuntu,Mint and Red Hat Trial
Keyboard: Logitech G19 Gaming KB
Gaming Pad: Logitech G13 Gaming Pad
Monitors: 2x LG Flatron IPS236 22" monitors
Project Site: Teknogeek.Org

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This actually started with different RAM and different CPU Heatsink.

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I will hopefully have some benchmarks when I get around to gathering the data smile.gif
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Loved the Lego Star Wars - my kid loves them like you wouldn't believe. +rep for the display smile.gif
 
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DROOOOOOOOLING RIGHT NOW, what lights are you using and where do you get the vynal?

Im using 2 uv cold cathodes and 2 blue led strips..9 leds to each strip!
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I just joined the forum, because i saw all the cool 600T's in the thread, so i thought i would upload my finished product, as well! i am new to the sleeved cable thing, and just started getting into cable management. i was doing well before, but i did not know how much better i could be until i took some time to learn.

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Hope you folks like it! I have been getting compliments from the people i talk computers with, and they are the ones that suggested i upload to the communities. Thanks to Corsair and BitFenix for making affordable, quality awesomeness.
post #4496 of 18210
Badass !! Colors are dope..
post #4497 of 18210
Sick monitor setup.
post #4498 of 18210
@ rgwnd: 2 things.

Cool, really cool, but why the mATX board in a mid tower case?
and 2nd really hate to see so much beautiful cable hidden in the back! frown.gif

REALLY nice overall! thumb.gif
post #4499 of 18210
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It's not wrong to have it that way really.
But the better choice would be to do the fans facing down. smile.gif

Like you said, it's not wrong per se, but I don't see why you would mount it that way unless you're putting your tower on a carpet or something. Mounting it with the fan down is more advantageous for the reasons I stated.

Here is my source:

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/cooling-airflow-heatsink,3053-4.html

Scroll down to the third picture on the page and read the text below it as well.
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Your PSU is upside down. If you turn it the other way your PSU won't be competing for air with it and if a loose screw falls it won't short your PSU wink.gif

It's not wrong to have it that way really.
But the better choice would be to do the fans facing down. smile.gif
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Your PSU is upside down. If you turn it the other way your PSU won't be competing for air with it and if a loose screw falls it won't short your PSU wink.gif

There is no wrong or right way for the PSU. Competing for air, really the air flow in your case isn't that strong, if anything it will help dissipate heat building up in the area of the case with the least amount of air flow, under the GPU. Screw shorting out the psu, really, I have never had a screw fall out on my case. Have I dropped one inside, yes, but I turn my PC off if I'm doing anything inside the case. About the only real advantage of having the fan down is it gives you a couple more inches of cord on a bottom mounted case and the opposite for a top mounted case.

I disagree about the cabling being the only advantage. And as for airflow, you can use convection to help you out or you can be counter productive and fight against it.

Also the thing about the screw, just because it has never happened to you doesn't mean it will never happen. I would rather it have no chance of happening at all. It is a precautionary measure.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/cooling-airflow-heatsink,3053-4.html

Scroll down to the third picture on the page and read the text below it as well.
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