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I have no idea how "good" it is, I just love the way it looks rolleyes.gif
post #2292 of 3785
Hey everyone, Im new to the PC building world. I built my first custom gaming PC just over a week ago and used the latest Lian Li case (the revised edition.) So far its been really great. I am just wondering if a top 140mm fan would be a good upgrade and give me slightly cooler temperatures or if it would just create more positive pressure into my case.
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VR
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Originally Posted by lagittaja View Post

lol you will be fine! biggrin.gif Even with triple fire or w/e it's called.
If a single 6850 consumes a total MAX 141w.. Peak power consumption is ~105w
Double that so 210-282w power consumption MAX.
And my single 470 takes up 170-232w under full load and I'm also on a 550w psu thumb.gif
Although your psu has quad rails doh.gif 18+18+18+18
My psu goes for a single rail with 44amps on the 12v.

it looks like i'm good to go. will scout for a good looking asus 6850.. thx.. thumb.gif
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I have no idea how "good" it is, I just love the way it looks rolleyes.gif

i'm loving it too.. it certainly look gooding..biggrin.gif
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Hey everyone, Im new to the PC building world. I built my first custom gaming PC just over a week ago and used the latest Lian Li case (the revised edition.) So far its been really great. I am just wondering if a top 140mm fan would be a good upgrade and give me slightly cooler temperatures or if it would just create more positive pressure into my case.
Thanks
VR

^^^ with this case the vents in the back help a ton. If you add positive pressure it will more effectively keep dust out of your case and supply it with more cold air. exhaust fans are only to help circulate the exhaust so the air from the intake is less stagnant. thumb.gif

I also HIGHLY HIGHLY HIGHLY recommend you return your FNB for the original NB model if possible. I ignored the claims and went with the FNB and was not able to get air flow anywhere near my NB that I returned the FNB for. (components are the culperate)
Edited by The_Hairy_Yak - 11/23/11 at 12:05pm
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Hey guys here's a quick demo of the LightDims I was talking about.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLl9-FAaOiE
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Just showing the light difference on the LED on my DTA-100 with and without the LightDims tint. I messed up TWICE on putting the tint sticker on, but after this video I put it on perfectly.

The video doesnt show how much dimmer it is, but its pretty significant. It looks as if you got a black piece of paper and placed it over it, and the light is barely making it out.

Here's their product page. I got them at Fry's for $5 a page. http://www.lightdims.com/
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Add me to the club. My A05NB arrived this morning. Yeah..

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Just started my Worklog HERE.
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Just making sure the wiring of the plug on the back is

Black White
Green

Right?
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So I've owned 2 A05 cases for a little over 2 years and I'm finally going to mod one of them after giving up on my MM P24 case. I have several ideas in my head and it involves removing the the hard drive bays and relocating the psu to a vertical position where they were. also i am going to fit a XSPC 360 rad at the top to water cool my CPU -> GPU -> chipset in that order. Went to Home Depot today and bought some aluminum sheet and angle, Dremel cutting wheels, and a nibble. i still bee to pick up 22awg and 16awg hook up wire so i can make custom fan and psu cables to fit perfectly inside the case. I will slowly post pics of the progress. Wish me luck. AND THE MODDING STARTS NOW!!
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So I've owned 2 A05 cases for a little over 2 years and I'm finally going to mod one of them after giving up on my MM P24 case. I have several ideas in my head and it involves removing the the hard drive bays and relocating the psu to a vertical position where they were. also i am going to fit a XSPC 360 rad at the top to water cool my CPU -> GPU -> chipset in that order. Went to Home Depot today and bought some aluminum sheet and angle, Dremel cutting wheels, and a nibble. i still bee to pick up 22awg and 16awg hook up wire so i can make custom fan and psu cables to fit perfectly inside the case. I will slowly post pics of the progress. Wish me luck. AND THE MODDING STARTS NOW!!

Definitely interested in your PSU idea. Should be interesting to see
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im going to work on the psu mount today while my boy is taking a nap and hopefully i can post a few pics!
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