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post #9751 of 15182
I'd say the Crucial M4 or the Samsung..

I own an M4 and it's fantastic..


which reminds me I need to update my firmware on it! biggrin.gif
post #9752 of 15182
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Originally Posted by Krimble View Post

There is some stuff at mnpctech.com If they ship to your country that would be great for U molding and a window.
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I'll check that out, thank you! smile.gif
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look cool as keyboard smile.gif
as SSD crucial m4 or samsung 830 or kingston v+200 in 64 version ?redface.gif
Go for the Samsung! biggrin.gif

Tested my internet on my Galaxy Nexus!
Very nice with 3G network! biggrin.gif
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post #9753 of 15182
Hello guys,

I am a new NZXT Phantom case owner. I've had the PC for a week now and I am almost done with what I want to do with it.

I just added an additional HD7950 to crossfire yesterday. I noticed that the top card is running about 10 degrees warmer than the bottom card (obviously) but I was wonder what I can do to help bring/extract more cool air from the cards.

I have a CoolerMaster EVO 212+ so I am going to assume putting the side 200MM fan is out of the question, besides I've generally heard that it's best to keep the air moving from fron/back/top. So I was thinking about ordering a 200MM fan for the top in addition to the one that came with the case. I also added a 140MM ANTEC fan in the front of the case. Are there any ideas on how to achieve some cooler temps on the cards?

BTW, this case is a love/hate thing, i love it. I know some people think it looks horrible but I got tired of the traditional box case. I think it looks amazing inside and out and I am happy to own it.

I will get some pictures of my set up when I get home from work.

Right now it's as follows

NZXT Phantom Black - (Stock 120MM rear exhaust, Stock 200MM top exhaust, Stock x2 120MM side intake, Added 140MM ANTEC front intake)

ASUS P8Z68-V PRO

I5 2500K (Stock speeds ATM)

CoolerMaster Hyper EVO 212 (Push/Pull) (currently off, screw snapped in stand off, waiting for replacement part, using stock intel HSF)

G-Skill Ripjaw 2X4GB (PC3 10666)

Thermaltake TPG-750M 750W PSU

Crucial M4 III 128GB SSD

Sapphire HD 7950 (1 fan)

XFX HD 7950 (1 fan)

3 x ASUS 24" VS248H-P LED LCD (Eyefinity)
Edited by wireeater - 3/1/12 at 6:58am
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post #9754 of 15182
Can't seem to find the screws for mounting the rear 120mm fan, can anyone help?
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post #9755 of 15182
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Originally Posted by mybadomen View Post

OMG so honored i swear i am about to cry !
Look ,not to mention it was done by one of my biggest Idols in the world. The Great Bill Owen (Don't get jealous K3nny still love you to smile.gif )
Cant believe that just messing around building a PC has turned in to what it is now.
this is the article but there is only 1 thing wrong and i am sure will be fixed soon. Venom Logo and Name are done in paint not Decals and Kaged helped me make the masking used to paint it:
Please look guys. I have no words for this:
http://www.mnpctech.com/casemodblog/2012/02/29/nzxt-phantom-venom-pc-mod-is-inspiring/

It was well deserved for all of your time and effort thumb.gif
post #9756 of 15182
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Originally Posted by mybadomen View Post

OMG so honored i swear i am about to cry !
Look ,not to mention it was done by one of my biggest Idols in the world. The Great Bill Owen (Don't get jealous K3nny still love you to smile.gif )
Cant believe that just messing around building a PC has turned in to what it is now.
this is the article but there is only 1 thing wrong and i am sure will be fixed soon. Venom Logo and Name are done in paint not Decals and Kaged helped me make the masking used to paint it:
Please look guys. I have no words for this:
http://www.mnpctech.com/casemodblog/2012/02/29/nzxt-phantom-venom-pc-mod-is-inspiring/


Wow, this case is insane! Awesome work, very clean and unique.
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XSPC RX 240 Radiator Danger Den Monsoon Dual Bay resevior w/ MCP655 ... XSPC Raystorm CPU Block EK 7950 Acetel block x2 
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x5 Yates Loon Medium 120mm fans (push) Windows 7 Profesional 3xASUS VS248H-P 24" (Eyefinity) Logitech Wireless 
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post #9757 of 15182
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Do you mind if I borrow the general Idea of this on my build? Gonna do it different, of course, but same concept of adding light to the ports.

be my guest;)
i have no problem with that mate
post #9758 of 15182
Guys do you guys know where I can find blue sound reactive cathodes that are affordable and not crappy and outdated like Logisys?\

I swear to God they are like the only goddamn company that makes them
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post #9759 of 15182
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Originally Posted by Bill Owen View Post

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Originally Posted by mybadomen View Post

OMG so honored i swear i am about to cry !
Look ,not to mention it was done by one of my biggest Idols in the world. The Great Bill Owen (Don't get jealous K3nny still love you to smile.gif )
Cant believe that just messing around building a PC has turned in to what it is now.
this is the article but there is only 1 thing wrong and i am sure will be fixed soon. Venom Logo and Name are done in paint not Decals and Kaged helped me make the masking used to paint it:
Please look guys. I have no words for this:
http://www.mnpctech.com/casemodblog/2012/02/29/nzxt-phantom-venom-pc-mod-is-inspiring/

It was well deserved for all of your time and effort thumb.gif

Bill is a god.

Sent frum teh ting using meh tings
post #9760 of 15182
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Originally Posted by Reaper2794 View Post

Guys do you guys know where I can find blue sound reactive cathodes that are affordable and not crappy and outdated like Logisys?\
I swear to God they are like the only goddamn company that makes them

Here is a g-vans one from performancepcs.com, one of my favorite mod parts sites

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=72_109&products_id=20651

I found this sunbeam one, though I have not used this site before so can not recommend it...

http://www.moddiy.com/products/Sunbeamtech-Sound-Activated-Module.html
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