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post #4641 of 18193
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Originally Posted by cruelntention View Post

@1rareasian, that is an awesome build. I thought of setting it up exactly like yours minus the color scheme but instead chose to go z68 route. Very nicely done!!

thanks.

i thought about going your route too but I couldn't passed up the discount on the CPU so took this route PLUS I don't upgrade often so tried to maximized this build for few years to come.
post #4642 of 18193
very very jelly.. cant wait to continue my build, will only be doing that at end of jan tho. for now the case is a pretty nice paper weight. good job on the build:thumb:
post #4643 of 18193
hey guys another quick question. im probably going to get thr asus maximus gene-z mobo.. i know its a tiny board but it has a massive heatsink right at the top,just wondering if it will catch the pull fans on the h100?? i realy hope it doesnt coz i dont want to cut adn modify the case. thx in advance smile.gif
post #4644 of 18193
Bout to join this wonderful club, just ordered the white edition. Now the issue is just selling my Lian-Li, just realized I can't ask for an appraisal of it which kinda stinks but it is what it is.
@1rareasian - nice setup on that.
post #4645 of 18193
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Originally Posted by neau7Ill View Post

hey guys another quick question. im probably going to get thr asus maximus gene-z mobo.. i know its a tiny board but it has a massive heatsink right at the top,just wondering if it will catch the pull fans on the h100?? i realy hope it doesnt coz i dont want to cut adn modify the case. thx in advance smile.gif

On the 600T with a newer main board that has RAM sockets at the top you're unlikely to fit an H100 rad and a pair of fans inside the case. Some people have installed it by mounting the rad on an angle where the front of the rad is further away than the back of the rad, but you won't be able to install all the screws and the rad may be partially blocked at the rear.

The memory sockets on the asus maximus gene-z mobo look to be too close to the top of the board for both the rad and a set of fans unless you use the angular installation method or figure some type of mod to increase the space between the top of the board and the top of the case.

It's really unfortunate Corsair didn't make the case an additional 1/2" tall at the top. Note that the CPU power socket on the board can also interfere with mounting a rad and a fan inside at the top. If you look at this mobo you'll see that the CPU power socket is mounted right against the edge at the top of the board.
Edited by Mergatroid - 12/29/11 at 6:35pm
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post #4646 of 18193
My processor arrived today, and I spent this evening powering up, getting a temporary hard drive loaded with Windows 7, and just getting a feel for the performance of the machine.

I also took 8GBs of memory from another build just so I could get this up and running, but will soon get the memory destined for this build smile.gif

My list of pictures in the membership list is getting pretty lengthy, so I will just link the build log for the latest update pics, and I will post the final shot once I reach that point.

My next goal is to get a SSD, and then I will slowly work on getting the memory, memory fan, and second MATRIX GTX580
 
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argh.. well i guess ill have to do some customisation maybe fit the radiator at the bottom if the tubes will reach..ill play around and definately post pics dont think one 140mm push fan will cool this baby down enough although i wont be overclocking just yet. thank you good sir thumb.gif
post #4648 of 18193
Hi, add me to the club please! as soon as i finish my rig (well i don't have my processor here yet frown.gif ) i will post some photos smile.gif
post #4649 of 18193
how can i jojn to the group?

i want to put my post.

im new at this.

regard!! thumb.gif
post #4650 of 18193
i want to put this post to the group


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