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I'm in the same boat as you Twilex. I'm sidegrading (I guess) but staying x58 until Ivy Bridge comes out. Just bought my dream case, TJ07-BW Black and was wondering if I should get the interior powder coated? Or if spray painting the interior a matte black would work as well? Thanks and nice build!
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Proper surface prep may make painting a viable option, however given the choice between powdercoat and paint i would choose powdercoat without even thinking twice.
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I'm in the same boat as you Twilex. I'm sidegrading (I guess) but staying x58 until Ivy Bridge comes out. Just bought my dream case, TJ07-BW Black and was wondering if I should get the interior powder coated? Or if spray painting the interior a matte black would work as well? Thanks and nice build!
Painting it is a much cheaper solution yet still very nice if done properly. Depending on how much of the interior youre gunna powdercoat its gunna run close to 100$ if not more unless you know someone. Depends how you like to spend youre money really. Just do a proper sanding/priming job and paint will do wonders
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I love that mobo block, very nice

Great work, watching.
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nice im subbed... im gonna be getting a third 470 and two more blocks for mine to lol. Great job

ps. nice toes
Yea getting a third 470 was a no brainer really. With how low the price is now and me also getting the 3x benq monitors i just had to do it.

P.s. Thanks
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lol im trying to find a third syncmaster t220 or 220hd for my three monitors i got two already lol. you think the cards can run a 4way surround??? i only ask cause theres this guy locally selling 2 monitors that are very close to the same and i could use them but he wont split em lol
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I'm not too sure about a 4 monitor setup while playing games but they will deff run 4 monitors in 2d for sure. I'm still way to new in the 3d surround scene to answer your question to the fullest. Hopefully next week i can be better help =)
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I want to see the 92mm rad mounted. I wanted to do this but I was afraid it won't work since there's no room for the fittings even without the top fans
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I want to see the 92mm rad mounted. I wanted to do this but I was afraid it won't work since there's no room for the fittings even without the top fans
Should work just fine mounting the rad upside down so the fittings are on the bottom. This is most likely what im gunna do, although i can probably have it right side up or upside down due to me only using the bottom fan spot.
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Should work just fine mounting the rad upside down so the fittings are on the bottom. This is most likely what im gunna do, although i can probably have it right side up or upside down due to me only using the bottom fan spot.
Ohh I didn't catch the part ur only using 1x92mm. I was thinking a dual rad. Post up some pictures when you finish please
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