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post #11 of 19
Cool, you got the Sniper Storm! That was my first choice too (is that the full black mesh version?! <3), but I've gone with the Scout because of the price. I'm getting the same MB too. Do the RAM slots sit too close to the socket in your opinion? I'm not sure how your CPU cooling relates to my Mugen 2 height-wise, but I'm sure it'll fit since my RAM does not have heatspreaders.
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Cool, you got the Sniper Storm! That was my first choice too (is that the full black mesh version?! <3), but I've gone with the Scout because of the price. I'm getting the same MB too. Do the RAM slots sit too close to the socket in your opinion? I'm not sure how your CPU cooling relates to my Mugen 2 height-wise, but I'm sure it'll fit since my RAM does not have heatspreaders.
It's the black edition. Got it for $99.99 shipped on that newegg sale months ago. Here's further pictures. Not too close to the socket for me, albeit it's so close that I had a little trouble getting in there to insert the power. Barely enough in my case, smaller heatsinks should have an easier time than I had.

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looks good, I was just as nervous as you are when I did my first build, which was the most expensive thing I got my hands on that could break easily

Also, show your ocn spirit and get a bottle of mountaindew and finish that build!
I drink water in lieu of soft drinks. More refreshing, tasty, and healthy imo. And three of my immediate family live in this house as well, need to be considerate. My spirit is apparently lacking. Haven't stayed up that late since... Jan1 2000? One in the morning 0_o I think I beat my record at least.

It took I think an hour and a half of pure trying at least to get that plug in.


Beneath view. The outer fins are kind of hard to see.


Above view angled beneath. Can see fins better.


Same with flash. My batteries ;_;


Alright resuming build. Gpu or psu...
Edited by FelixLegend - 12/5/10 at 7:41pm
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Step 009: The Power Supply Unit.

Opened the box. Velvet bag. Velvet. Seriously. Awesome.


There it is in all it's slick boxy glory.


The psu slot. Had to stand the case upright.



Needed to press down on the right side pretty hard to get the screwholes lined up and showing properly on that side, and maintain that pressure while turning them. Got each one in and skipped from one to the other after a few twists each. Tightish.


Installed case view. Sweet.


I'll do the cables later. It was just mentioned that this first picture below makes my big, delicate hands look rough, ugly, and fat. This is not true. I'm 6' 1.5" tall and weigh 138 lb with a 27-28" waist. Huge rib cage in comparison however. As evidenced below.

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Uh... PROBLEM. EDIT:Solved

Step 010: The GPU. OK. I'll provide the treacherous, thorny details of agony or mild i-see-problem-hmmm.

Firstly, this was previously tested at that person's house that I mentioned in one of my first two threads. Forget if that's in introduction or first post thread. That hole in the box is the missing upc code for the rebate.


So. What do I do but... open it up. This is where the trouble starts. Wanted to get a jumpstart and replace the TIM now. oohboy. Especially since i put it on paper of all things. Switched to mobo's antistatic bag later.


First reapplication: Tried to remove the fans' power plug but it wouldn't budge and was afraid of breaking it. Opened. Lots of paste. Took forever to get it off. Must have used over fifteen total coffee filters (altogether for the three reapplications), torn into a manageable three or four to five parts for longevity. Then spread it over the heatsink... or die? forget. both? gpu. prolly'. wore nonaseptic powderfree latexfree examination gloves when handling the tim.



Second reapplication: When I had it altogether again, after wobble twisting and messing with it and the sprinscrews giving me contrary signals and awkward unfamiliarity, I squinted and saw that the die did not make contact on either end and a little ways into the middle. Clear shot all the way through. Or so it seemed. When I opened it up, I found this acceptable spread:


D:

So, cleaned it again. One drop of Articlean #2 got half on half off the die accidentally when I flipped it over to unlock the ability to get it out onto the die. And the wrist strap came loose from the alligator clip end and hit the back of the pcb, but not too hard since it was attached to the TWIN FROZOR II. Spread some tim on the die, but before I put it together... (cont. in third reapplication)


Third reapplication: It Seemed like I was missing something so I looked it up. Sure ok. Cleaned it again. Here's two of the final putting.



Put pcb on veerrrrry carefully, making sure I placed it straight and directly above the screwholes perfectly. Which I actually did.


Placed screws on it.


Screws rotated to the left until the click like always and then screwed three twists of the hand top right, bottom left, bottom right, top left.


Screwed them in all the way really tight in the same order, five twists each before repeating. Yay done. Just need to put it in the case now. But when I look at it again, I see the same thing as what started the second application. ch:


Now, biggest problem. I can't get it in the chassis! Are those expansion covers supposed to be touching the mobo? That connector below those two capacitors and next to the G mobo hole is HD AUDIO so that means.. front panel audio connection? If I put it into the first x16 slot then that connector is pretty much covered. If I put it in the second then a x1 slot is covered and there will be a right mega difficulty plugging in those bottom connectors. The screwless design fails. I need to get it below those clips, but I can't because the bottom needs to be between the mobo and those empty slots, and I can't do that because the mobo is in the way. @_@




Should I order the screwful design for the slots? But even then I can't remove it because I would need some special tool that can take out what's attaching it.

Edit: I missed that obvious thing- those arrows. Worked like a difficult and pretty easy charm once I did it correctly. Thought that the tabs needed to be pressed rather than the half arrows. That crinkly sound as I inserted it into the pciex16 slot though. Is that supposed to happen?

Edited by FelixLegend - 11/23/10 at 5:59pm
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So. It has been quite a while. Finishing the build while preparing for Thanksgiving, and the subsequent tasks and hurdles described later, has kept me from devoting time to this log. Here is the rest. Yes.

Step 011: Stand it up Pretty self explanatory. Kind of need to do that to make the next few things easier. Wendsday morning, uhhh 11/24/10


Step 012: The Optical Disk Drive How it arrived is shown.

Took off the dust filter slot cover. Simple, once you get your hand in there.

And... it's in. Bit of trouble with aligning the toolless grasper pin with the drive holes just right.



Step 013: The Hard Disk Drive Was previously tested for lack of DOA at that proxy friend's place.


Toolless 3.5" drive bay holder next to it.


Opening. The SUSPENSE.


And... completely missed the interesting part, by which I mean putting it on. It grips the HDD tightly. Worried it was going to snap. Accidentally hit the circuitry with the back of a fingernail. Sliding it in was a breeze, though.



Build so far at that point in time.

Edited by FelixLegend - 12/5/10 at 7:50pm
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There should be a good enough gap between the video card & mobo at that point, enough so you can fit in that HD audio connector.
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There should be a good enough gap between the video card & mobo at that point, enough so you can fit in that HD audio connector.
Indeed. It does fit, albeit snug. More so once you see my mistake. It was late last night, so continuing now, in the morning before I have to leave today.




Step 014: The Solid State Drive

Opened the box. Merely that and a tiny paper with instructions for notebooks.


Removed it. Reminded me of what both a Russian and wizard once said. Tiny, but fierce.


Used the case's converters. Easy as screwing them together. Slid in easier than the HDD because of the ratio of mass.




Build 015: The wiring.

Front panel wires. Looked intimidating... and it was kind of difficult to do first in foresight...




...so I wimped in with the power after a bit. ^Weird place for HD Audio to be. I mean, that x16 slot is made for double slot coolers, what with that space devoid of lanes, yet they place it there? o_0


Oh, took out graphics card in order to connect it. And YES, I NOOOOOOOOO! -know haha pun- now that I put it in wrong. It was a dark tight spot and only when resizing the picture yesterday evening (took 7 seconds total per picture vs 50 seconds per picture on the dell, from opening to closing, +1 and 12 respectively if taking them from the camera counts) did I notice. Fixed now. No wonder my front panel audio wasn't working. Yet now constant notifications three seconds on average apart are occurring whose content is "You just plugged in/unplugged a device from the audio jack," with no effect on performance, so disabled it's notifications. Weird.


Fix'd


Seems I didn't take many pictures of actually doing it, so.. nearly complete. Now I feel the similarity to lego. The cabling hurts. Got tiny scabs from dings and scratches all over my knucles and finger joints. The pci-e power to the gpu slid in like butter out of mochi in comparison to everything else.



Non-fixed HD Audio


Mess of cabling.


Image limit per post is...? Continued below.
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Wiring Continuation

Tried to tidy it up.


Side view so you can see how much they stick out. They have since been rearranged, so these pictures are thus moot. :/




Step 016: The monitor.

With all the crazy moving from one task to another, the wiring was finished in an hour and a half throughout Thanksgiving and the day before. Case closed up and brought upstairs after vaccuming again. Then opened the monitor box at about twenty-two hundred hours. Was struck by the thoughtful structure of the packaging. All the pressure was directed away from the monitor itself.



The stand. Heavy. Exposed steel on the bottom Admired it for a while and fiddled with the adjustments.


Took out the screen and locked it in using what seemed flimsy at a glance but reaized to be quite sturdy as I inserted it.



Hooked in the cables and passed them through that nifty hole.


Stood back and kept repeating a drawn out, breathy "whow"




Step 017: Connect and boot

Plugged everything into their respective ports. Some general electric keyboard with the power button right next to the enter key that I picked up at Target is shown to be used within it's original bag enclosure.


Success! Now, just before bed I turned it on for the first time. Boots... and does not post. Mobo says D3. Manual says that's memory. D: But before turning it off, I thought I'd test the case fans. They connect directly to the power supply through the front panel, independant from the rest of the system. Set at minimum when I turned it on. Turn off LEDs turn on LEDs. Noticed side fan not spinning, yet lit. Thinking it needed a higher setting to engage (), I slowly twisted the fan controller. At three seconds, 40%, a high pitched whine occurred accompanied by the LEDs becoming impossibly bright. Immediately followed was a dousing of the lights, three sharp pops, and acrid burning. Turned it off ASAP. Opened the windows to air out the room. Turned it on again. Fan spun this time but did not light. Took off side panel and inspected. Left fans at minimum rpm.





Morning on Friday. I pushed in the dimms with MAXIMUM POWER and the clips clipped into the holes. Suprised at how much force was needed. Could have tipped over my brother with that kind of muscle. Booted and entered bios. 8D Turned up case fans and at 40% pop-pop-pop burning repeat. Took off side fan and peeled back sticker. That's why. Terrible soldering.


Unplugged top fan as well. Don't want negative air pressure.
Edited by FelixLegend - 12/6/10 at 1:11pm
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Step 018: The Operating System


Configured the bios. Took forever to figure out how to set to ahci. Popped in the disk, clicked a few times, viola! Win7 64-bit on C300.


There was a problem three days after because I didn't activate it. Build 7600 This copy of windows is not genuine. Locked me out of nearly everything with error code 0xC0000022. Didn't have internet for a day after installation, thought I had thirty, and was busy configuring and installing programs and updates, porting all my stuff from the 40gig laptop.

Spent hours figuring it out, and hours more with the Microsoft tech guy. He was stumped as well. Tried seven other iterations in addition to my five. Repair option of the disk failed ten miniutes after conversation terminated on a high note, so I just reinstalled. Two miniutes before completion their follow-up call was received. I immediately activated via computer-> properties-> windows activation, which had been grayed out. Then reinstalled all programs and am in the midst of setting up settings.


Step: COMPLETE

/end Got the Rosewill RK-9000 four days ago and loving it. It is the awesomest keyboard I have ever come across. Clickity clackity : D Now I will lay my hands on the center part and press down three times: begin\\ ur7gtjy8xcde45bfnhkiwtighjyxd5bfr7nu8kwcevmythg75b vfnjukixcde4r8m /end
>_> NKRO ^_^


Here are the system insides.


Finally, the setup.



Now, I fiddled around in the bios trying to overclock it. Stopped for reassurance in case I'm on the path to destruction. See anything wrong here? screenshot in attached zip file. oh got a bsod when i went away for a while in the middle of one of these posts yesterday. good thing i've got lazarus form recovery. here's what windows told me about it:

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.48
Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 7f
BCP1: 0000000000000008
BCP2: 0000000080050031
BCP3: 00000000000006F8
BCP4: FFFFF80002E53D28
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Product: 256_1

Files that help describe the problem:
C:\\Windows\\Minidump\\120610-11419-01.dmp
C:\\Users\\Vloxalion\\AppData\\Local\\Temp\\WER-112414-0.sysdata.xml


So ends this build log. You sure waited a long time for it's conclusion.
Edited by FelixLegend - 12/6/10 at 1:15pm
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