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Sold my Corsair 550D case last week and bought this today in the morning



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Sold my Corsair 550D case last week and bought this today in the morning




Hell yeah. I rock a 550Ti too. Lol.
Glad I'm not the only person who figured out it's hidden high performance features and qualities.
Edited by chrischoi - 10/8/12 at 11:16am
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Not my case or my business but i would throw that SSD in the back, its a pretty clean case already but i think it would look even better. This is how i dont care about my SSD

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Hell yeah. I rock a 550Ti too. Lol.
Glad I'm not the only person who figured out it's hidden high performance features and qualities.
LOL for the games i play its fine, pretty soon i will remove the front bay got that idea from you thumb.gif
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Sold my Corsair 550D case last week and bought this today in the morning

Corsair AX 1200 for a GTX 550 ti ? biggrin.gif its a litle overkill biggrin.gif
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If that's the Vengeance kit, I don't think they are the best for OC. You'd need Dominators or something else.
how about
http://www.corsair.com/en/memory-by-product-family/dominator-platinum-ddr3-memory/dominator-platinum-with-corsair-link-connector-1-65v-8-gb-dual-channel-ddr3-memory-kit-cmd8gx3m2b2133c9.html
but its cost more then my MB xD well everything cost more then my Mb xD
thinking.gif my MB supporting 2400(O.C.) i hope its gona work . but before im gona do something what u guys think ?
can i O.C. my CPU up to 4,8 or 4,9 mhz ? my P8Z77-M PRO , its not the best Z77 MB .
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Originally Posted by chrischoi View Post

Hell yeah. I rock a 550Ti too. Lol.
Glad I'm not the only person who figured out it's hidden high performance features and qualities.
LOL for the games i play its fine, pretty soon i will remove the front bay got that idea from you thumb.gif

I got the idea from Devious Dog.

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Originally Posted by willywill View Post

Sold my Corsair 550D case last week and bought this today in the morning

Corsair AX 1200 for a GTX 550 ti ? biggrin.gif its a litle overkill biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by chrischoi View Post

If that's the Vengeance kit, I don't think they are the best for OC. You'd need Dominators or something else.
how about
http://www.corsair.com/en/memory-by-product-family/dominator-platinum-ddr3-memory/dominator-platinum-with-corsair-link-connector-1-65v-8-gb-dual-channel-ddr3-memory-kit-cmd8gx3m2b2133c9.html
but its cost more then my MB xD well everything cost more then my Mb xD
thinking.gif my MB supporting 2400(O.C.) i hope its gona work . but before im gona do something what u guys think ?
can i O.C. my CPU up to 4,8 or 4,9 mhz ? my P8Z77-M PRO , its not the best Z77 MB .

Pay to play I guess. Been looking at OC numbers of the Vengeance kits and it doesn't seem people are impressed.
Definitely not overkill. My AX850 barely keeps it up. I needed Thor to restore power to it to keep the 550 at full capacity.
Is on par with a GTX680 once you install ATI drivers on the 550.
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I got the idea from Devious Dog.
Pay to play I guess. Been looking at OC numbers of the Vengeance kits and it doesn't seem people are impressed.
Definitely not overkill. My AX850 barely keeps it up. I needed Thor to restore power to it to keep the 550 at full capacity.
Is on par with a GTX680 once you install ATI drivers on the 550.

dude wanna see something funny ? biggrin.gif it take me a long time to dig up this : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxtkxMsBbL4 and start watchin in 3:00 biggrin.gif i dont no any more what is real biggrin.gif
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dude wanna see something funny ? biggrin.gif it take me a long time to dig up this : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxtkxMsBbL4 and start watchin in 3:00 biggrin.gif i dont no any more what is real biggrin.gif
Thats a real setup, but you must take into account that he is running dual GTX 690's with use very little power, from memory a single GTX 690 needs around 300W. With two and a 150W CPU and the two SSD that take bugger all power a 850W PSU will do. But this will give you very little wiggle room and no power for expansion. I was going to get a 850W and do a similar setup with the video cards, but now I am very glad I have a 1200 PSU as now I will need the extra power. Also note he is not running any watercooling and only has stock fans, so this system in my opinion is just for show and not real use. Oh, real shame about those monitors, they should have made them 120hz and I would have bought one.

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Sold my Corsair 550D case last week and bought this today in the morning
Don't take any notice of people saying youre PSU is overkill, everyone knows your systems are never finished and its better to have more power than under powered. Plus, who really likes to re-buy components because you either made a mistake or under estemated what you need. From personal experience I have killed two BFG video cards in the past due to having under power, since then though I have never touched a BFG video card for the past 7 years.
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Not my case or my business but i would throw that SSD in the back, its a pretty clean case already but i think it would look even better. This is how i dont care about my SSD
Good God, Spagetti of cables and your SSD must be the Meatball.. LOL only jokeing. The SSD is only there as a temp thing, still working on this project. But what I am making is a 2.5" single drive holder that will fit in my bottom expansion slot, this will be like a hotswappable bay so I can change the hard drive by simply going to the back of my system.
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Devious Dog can u doo something for me . can u test u system whit H-100 and whit u new future watercooling system . i wannan see the difference + what Mhz/temp u CPU u have now ?
Can do, but what I would love to see when people are stating tempertures is also what the ambient tempurture, as this would be more informative.
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If that's the Vengeance kit, I don't think they are the best for OC. You'd need Dominators or something else.

Not Vengeance, saw alot of people put those in a ASUS Rampage IV Extreme Motherboard but did not agree, I have Corsair Dominator GT CMT16GX3M4X2133C9 but I think it is just a bit of messing around with voltages and I will get it over 5, but in due time coolsmiley02.gif
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I got the idea from Devious Dog.
Pay to play I guess. Been looking at OC numbers of the Vengeance kits and it doesn't seem people are impressed.
Definitely not overkill. My AX850 barely keeps it up. I needed Thor to restore power to it to keep the 550 at full capacity.
Is on par with a GTX680 once you install ATI drivers on the 550.

Huh? I'm using an AX750 on 2 x HD6970 GPUs, and I'm not having any power issues.

Add up the Wattages, the 1200W PSU is way overkill for that hardware.

GTX680 Power Specs:

Thermal and Power Specs:
98 CMaximum GPU Tempurature (in C)
195 WMaximum Graphics Card Power (W)
550 WMinimum System Power Requirement (W)4
Two 6-pinSupplementary Power Connectors

GTX 550 Power Specs:

Thermal and Power Specs:
100 CMaximum GPU Temperature (in C)
116 WMaximum Graphics Card Power (W)
400WMinimum System Power Requirement (W)4
One 6-pinSupplementary Power Connectors5

Pretty low power requirements. An AX850 should handle either with no problems.

GTX690 Power Specs:

Thermal and Power Specs:
98 CMaximum GPU Tempurature (in C)
300 WMaximum Graphics Card Power (W)
650 WMinimum System Power Requirement (W)
Two 8-pinSupplementary Power Connectors

Here we're getting into a little more serious power usage, but an AX850 would still easily handle it. Sure, if one is planning on installing a second card of this model then a little more wiggle room would be nice, but it's still not a requirement and is, in fact, way overkill for a single gpu system.
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Don't take any notice of people saying youre PSU is overkill, everyone knows your systems are never finished and its better to have more power than under powered. Plus, who really likes to re-buy components because you either made a mistake or under estemated what you need. From personal experience I have killed two BFG video cards in the past due to having under power, since then though I have never touched a BFG video card for the past 7 years

Thank you i plan on going water cooling when the next x79 chips ships
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Good God, Spagetti of cables and your SSD must be the Meatball.. LOL only jokeing. The SSD is only there as a temp thing, still working on this project. But what I am making is a 2.5" single drive holder that will fit in my bottom expansion slot, this will be like a hotswappable bay so I can change the hard drive by simply going to the back of my system.
Can do, but what I would love to see when people are stating tempertures is also what the ambient tempurture, as this would be more informative.

lol be cool i just bought the case today, next time i will take off the top 5.25 bay and tie the SSD somewhere in the chassis. Thank You, i plan on going water cooling when the next x79 chips ships and i will need more power and need a fully modular power supply that's why i bought it now
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