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Not heard of that but my BenQ 2420T has the LightBoost Nvidia sticker on it so I can't see them removing that! I haven't got a pair of glasses to try 3d yet, will have to pick up a set someday.

SLI scaling is great with GTX 670. I'm chuffed with mine. Of course I always want more power, I want 120fps ALL the time but I dont think i'll get performance like that would having quad TITANS haha

I'm still not totally satisfied with my side panel fan, the droaning noise above 1400RPM is really annoying. I STILL need to come up with a master plan! Wish I had a 140mm cut out, would be better options available then

That would drive me crazy too. You couldn't just pick up a Corsair quiet case fan? Can you get hold of a Yate Loon fan? They are supposed to be quiet fans.

These are pretty nice:

http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX27659

And they're only six bucks. Plus they're PWM so you could plug it into your main board. In fact, if you were willing to do a little mod, you could take the PWM control signal from your video card and feed it into one of these fans and your video card would actually control your side panel fan. That would be pretty sweet.

Any monitor with an nvidia sticker on it should continue working fine with nvidia 3D. The Samsung monitor I have does not have the sticker. Some people said it was working and then stopped working when they updated the driver on their video cards. I actually bought my monitor for the 120Hz, and I hardly ever use the 3D, but maybe once a month I'll pull out the glasses and play a game in 3D for a few hours.
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In all fairness, AMD does that too...

http://sites.amd.com/us/recommended/Pages/hd3d-panels.aspx

Those are just recommended displays. Not all 120Hz monitors will work in 3D, just like not all 120Hz TVs are 3D TVs. AMD doesn't have monitor manufacturers place AMD or Radeon stickers on their monitors, or sell AMD 3D compatible monitors with glasses in a kit like nvidia does. With AMD you purchase a compatible 120Hz monitor and it works (many 120Hz monitors will work but not all) while with nvidia (from what I have seen) there are lots of monitors that won't work with their 3D system. I read a comment in the thread for my monitor that said nvidia had made a driver update to their card that prevented this monitor (Samsung S27A950D) from working with their 3D but that there was some hack available to get around it. It almost sounds like nvidia licenses their system to monitor manufacturers and doesn't want any manufacturers that don't pay them to have monitors that will work using nvidia 3D.

As I said, it's only a rumor and I will have to look into it further before my next video card purchase.
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I like your fan controller. Is that a Scythe? Nice clean build.
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Nice build, is that the Cooler Master Megaflow up front?
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I hope these are enough as proof of ownership. I'd like to be added to the list. Thanks! smile.gif

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Wow 2 build's in a row with an air cooler smile.gif, it's funny but have you all noticed that most of the 600t build's have the all-in-one watercooler as cpu cooler?

Nice builds smile.gif
post #9535 of 18210
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Wow 2 build's in a row with an air cooler smile.gif, it's funny but have you all noticed that most of the 600t build's have the all-in-one watercooler as cpu cooler?

Nice builds smile.gif
And with good reason too. The thermals of this case is hardly any good. My GPU temps skyrocket to 80c within a minute of running a benchmark. Even with the case wide open, the GPU throttles down to stock clocks from overclocked clocks just because its hitting the wall of 80c. Or is it because of my high ambient temps?

Anyways, since this is the 600T club, how can I improve thermals of my system so that I dont have to open the case up every time I overclock my GPU?

Thanks a lot! smile.gif
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post #9536 of 18210
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And with good reason too. The thermals of this case is hardly any good. My GPU temps skyrocket to 80c within a minute of running a benchmark. Even with the case wide open, the GPU throttles down to stock clocks from overclocked clocks just because its hitting the wall of 80c. Or is it because of my high ambient temps?

Anyways, since this is the 600T club, how can I improve thermals of my system so that I dont have to open the case up every time I overclock my GPU?

Thanks a lot! smile.gif

Well the thing that I would suggest to begin with is to remove the drive bay cage. If there's no drive in it complete remove it + the block that it stands on. If you have a hdd just move is to the left (the cage) or bay a 5,25" adapter and put it in one of those bays.

Might I also suggest getting another 200mm fan, I just replaced mine with a Bitfenix Spectro Pro and it moves way more air.
You could also use the meshpanel and install more fans on there.

This is as far as my knowledge goes, maybe someone else can help further. And congrats on the case.
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And with good reason too. The thermals of this case is hardly any good. My GPU temps skyrocket to 80c within a minute of running a benchmark. Even with the case wide open, the GPU throttles down to stock clocks from overclocked clocks just because its hitting the wall of 80c. Or is it because of my high ambient temps?

Anyways, since this is the 600T club, how can I improve thermals of my system so that I dont have to open the case up every time I overclock my GPU?

Thanks a lot! smile.gif

First thing first... Replace those stock fans! That will increase your airflow by quite a bit and also lower your noiselevels. As Sparkles said, removing the harddrive cages if you don't use them is a good idea. If you only use one, move it closer to the PSU to maximize the airflow coming in from the front. Tidy up the cables a bit and you should be good to go. If you want additional airflow you can ghetto mount a fan between the hdd cage and the 5,25". It might help you with a degree or two. biggrin.gif
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I moved my hard drives to the 5.25 drive bay, removed the hdd drive bays and base they sit on. I love the open feel.
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post #9539 of 18210
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Nice build, is that the Cooler Master Megaflow up front?

Yep 8)
post #9540 of 18210
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Wow 2 build's in a row with an air cooler smile.gif, it's funny but have you all noticed that most of the 600t build's have the all-in-one watercooler as cpu cooler?

Nice builds smile.gif

Had an H80 that was flawless till the pump started acting up, went back to air-cooling. No more worries biggrin.gif
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