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post #6851 of 18197
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Originally Posted by HighRollers View Post

I did read like over 300 Pages on this thread. As time moves along, methods tend to change, that's why I asked. If it was a big deal for you don't answer my question next time then. But thanks for your input though.

As I mentioned, I do like helping people out. It's not a big deal, but some of your questions were starting to seem pretty basic. The thread is pretty up to date and answers most of them. Whatever though....
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Originally Posted by HighRollers View Post

I'm Officially in the Corsair Club! I just finished my Rig last night. I will make a few changes in the future. Thanks for all your help!
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Inside the Corsair 600T (Finished Product! I need to add some Red LEDS)
Since this was my first Build, it was kind of mind boggling at first, but I eventually got the groove on it. My temps looks solid at 37C while playing StarCraft or Diablo. And my CPU, GPU, and etc is under 30C while idle. Last question, does anybody have any good ideas I can do with Red LED Lighting inside the case? I'm thinking about getting the Acrylic Cover from mpntech soon.

The Corsair fans up top look pretty nice. Show us a before and after pic when you're done with the cables. Sweet temps.

For lighting you can go with fans, LED strips or ccfl, or any combo.

Edit:

If anyone is interested, I bet this material would make fantastic dust filters:

http://www.homehardware.ca/en/rec/index.htm/Hardware/Builders/Screening/Fibreglass/48-Black-Micro-Mesh-Screen/_/N-2pqfZ67l/Ne-67n/Ntk-All_EN/R-I2387946?Ntt=Screening

It's a very fine micro screen material, and it's black.
Edited by Mergatroid - 7/10/12 at 4:54pm
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post #6852 of 18197
Hi all, Came here to show of my first build.

Enjoy!

Cheers
Knuckle

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post #6853 of 18197
Congradts on that beast!! drool.gif
post #6854 of 18197
Knuckle what did you use to mount your SSD's in the DVD drive bays? I would look it up myself but I wouldnt even know what to Google frown.gif
post #6855 of 18197
Knuckle,

Just a question on your build, as you are using the GTX 690, the next upgrade would be runing this SLI-GPU in Quad mode by getting anohter GTX 690. This leads to my question, why the AX1200 as you will never use beyond the AX850.

I have even factured in getting rid of the GTX 690 and getting more power hungry GPUs but you would never go pass 280w per GPU.

I have just placed my order for almost the exact build, with the exception of the PSU.

> As per the user manual of the ASUS Rampage IV Extreme you should use a 1000w PSU if you are going to run dual GPUs. So I went for a AX1200
Edited by Devious Dog - 7/23/12 at 12:10am
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post #6856 of 18197
Hi SaucedtC

I think you would call them an optical bay SSD adapter bracket. The base plates that come with the drives screw straight on them.
My local PC part supplier gave to to me becuase I was such a good customer.

I just should have sprayed them black to match the case.

Cheers cheers.gif

Knuckle
post #6857 of 18197
Hi Devious

I started to buy the parts before the GTX 690 was released and was plaaning a SLI setup using GTX 580/s 590's.

Yeah I know it is overkill at the mo, but at least it looks good.

Cheers
Wayne
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Wayne,

Man you have sucked the fun out of my new build.. doh.gif almost exactly what I am going to build as per my post last week. But I have just changed my PSU back to a AX1200 as I dont want to be short on power when I overclock the Frack out of this thing.

I got a Corsair Air Series AF120 Quiet Edition Case Fan to replace on the back so I can pull out the air quicker and then two Corsair Air Series SP120 Quiet Edition Case Fans to replace the H100 fans, I'm hoping that this should drop the noise alot.

I also have a 20CM USB3.0 20pin Motherboard to Double USB 3.0 Type A-Female Adapter Cable coming from Hong Kong so I can run that USB 3.0 cable from the front port right onto the port on the main board. Cheap as chips, for a fiver from Hong Kong including post, I was really hating having to poke the USB 3.0 cable out the back into my mainboard... *** was Corsair thinking and why have they not fixed or made a vision to this, as far as I am concerned they should have changed it to a dual 3.0 usb on the front (REALLY WHO USES FIREWIRE) and then come out to a 20pin plug, and then include a 20pin to dual usb 3.0 allowing people to plug the 20pin into their mainboard and keep the system looking sweet.. And yes I know the case was done before USB 3.0 was finalized, but still they should have fixed it by now.

Just waiting for my parts to arrive, but I guess I can look at your system and go... Who the hell took a photo of my system thinking.gif

Atleast I know everything will fit.

Cheers

Shaun
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post #6859 of 18197
Sorry for stealing your thunder Shaun biggrinsmiley.gif

I read your thread last week, and thought it sounded very close.

Cant wait to see your build with the AF and SP120's. I am also thinking of doing the same but am holding of on adding anything else for a while. Spent enough already!

Yeh your right, who uses firewire? Would have much rathered a second USB 3.0 on the front panel, would'nt then have to try and hide a useless cable.

I just used a Bitfenix Internal USB3.0 Apapter running off the bottom of the motherboard to connenct to the case USB 3.0 cable, like you say cheap as chips.

I've run some benchmarks if anyone is interested. Will post if requested.

Cheers
Wayne
post #6860 of 18197
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mergatroid View Post

As I mentioned, I do like helping people out. It's not a big deal, but some of your questions were starting to seem pretty basic. The thread is pretty up to date and answers most of them. Whatever though....
The Corsair fans up top look pretty nice. Show us a before and after pic when you're done with the cables. Sweet temps.
For lighting you can go with fans, LED strips or ccfl, or any combo.
Edit:
If anyone is interested, I bet this material would make fantastic dust filters:
http://www.homehardware.ca/en/rec/index.htm/Hardware/Builders/Screening/Fibreglass/48-Black-Micro-Mesh-Screen/_/N-2pqfZ67l/Ne-67n/Ntk-All_EN/R-I2387946?Ntt=Screening
It's a very fine micro screen material, and it's black.

Sorry if I came off that way. I am 30 years old and this is my first rig so my questions came out pretty basic I guess, but yeah thanks for all your help. I will look into the LED Strips.
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