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post #21 of 83
4600$ to blow on computer parts and you have an ugly pale white cd drive?...
post #22 of 83
boggles my mind how someone can spend $4k+ on a pc and it's not fully water cooled $1500 in SSD's? jesus..
post #23 of 83
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boggles my mind how someone can spend $4k+ on a pc and it's not fully water cooled $1500 in SSD's? jesus..
I have 2 systems one with 3 Intel 160's and other with 3 Intel 80's but mine are fully under water

OP You can add 2 140.1 ones to the case without any mods. 1 Big loop temps will be fine.

Sorta like this



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post #24 of 83
Where have you put your PSU cables? I can't see any cables coming out where they should be?

Thanks

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Where have you put your PSU cables? I can't see any cables coming out where they should be?

Thanks

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It looks lke they are coming out of the side of the psu. In one of the pics I see some cables but not where you would expect them.
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post #26 of 83
Well, I can see one cable, it looks as thoough he's turned the PSU or something.

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post #27 of 83
there's no motherboard in the wishlist? but whatev's. nice build
post #28 of 83
Nice build for sure but...

- $1500 on SSDs? SSD for OS, massive amounts of mechanical storage for everything else.
- Craptastic beige optical drive? Was $20 for a black optical drive too much?
- TX-series PSU? Definitely could have got a more appropriate PSU for the build
- Dust!

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post #29 of 83
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Originally Posted by MCBrown.CA View Post
Nice build for sure but...

- $1500 on SSDs? SSD for OS, massive amounts of mechanical storage for everything else.
- Craptastic beige optical drive? Was $20 for a black optical drive too much?
- TX-series PSU? Definitely could have got a more appropriate PSU for the build
- Dust!

Yup! Thanks
post #30 of 83
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haha the dust i didn't notice until i took the shots, too dark for me to see it down here.

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I have 2 systems one with 3 Intel 160's and other with 3 Intel 80's but mine are fully under water

OP You can add 2 140.1 ones to the case without any mods. 1 Big loop temps will be fine.

Sorta like this
I will have to consider that, i thought about water cooling them but i couldn't find any information proving better performance.
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