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I kinda want to grab one of these.... >_< $30

worth every penny i say. now any case i get ill make room for one biggrin.gif
    
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I really need to get the color scheme down for my build before I would order that... Damn my lack of artistic ability... a good balance of black/white is hard to achieve. First things first though, I need to order some white vinyl. Anyone know a good quality cheap source? I will probably need a decent amount... Enough to cover my H80 block, PSU, GPU HS shroud, mobo heat sinks, maybe a few other components?
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To the one who asked bout hdd temps. Yes 50*C is the maximum comfortable.
Like with earths position in our solar system, not too hot not too cold.
In my opinion, the sweet spot for the hdd temps is around 35*C (+-5)
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Hello All

I think this is my first post so hello! I have just had a bash at a small but highly jammed A05 consisting of dual 580s, a 2600K, 2 single rads and a double rad. Im not sure what you guys will think of it but here goes....

Please excuse the poor quality pics, there will be better ones when I get the SLR out smile.gif

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Very nice. Looks amazing. Only question I got is why you didn't go for a triple rad up top?


Oh and welcome to OCN. Enjoy your stay.
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Very nice. Looks amazing. Only question I got is why you didn't go for a triple rad up top?
Oh and welcome to OCN. Enjoy your stay.

A full ATX board and the barbs/comps from the top GPU wouldnt allow it frown.gif

Other than that its rather nice and snug as it is smile.gif

Aye.. I intend to stay this time.. been a member well over a year, hopefully I will stay this time wink.gif
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Haha, I have to admit that is like the absolute max you can stuff in one of these, quite the job you did man good job.
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so ive been working on mounting the psu to the front in the vertical position and after my third time im happy with the results. i have to barrow a camera because i just mine decided to take a crap on me so i will get pics soon. i promise!
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I'm interested in your reasoning bhind the passive SA config... and why mount it in that direction? seems like you would get a 1c or 2c from mounting it the other direction so it has more surface area in the way of the air flow.

the motherboard doesnt allow it
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Haha, I have to admit that is like the absolute max you can stuff in one of these, quite the job you did man good job.

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I was a bit worried that it wouldnt fit and that it may run too hot but its all fine as it stands. Going to get the case powdercoated inside either white or black, throw in a higher quality carbon wrap and then call it done.
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