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10-Final















and my sytem temps are ,

Ambient 20c

cpu and gpus idle




cpu under load




Gpus under load




i must thank to Arg-ist for all the help..i couldnt have done this project without him..Thank you again Arg-ist..
ty for everyone..
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That... is amazing :O

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Good Day,
I am building a new system and the new case is a coolmaster storm scout but after viewing your post the option of modifying my old case is a good one. I have purchased a ga-890fx-ud5 (rev2.1) motherboard and a pair of samsung 500gb sata II hard drives, i am still deciding on graphics cards as i would like a dual setup with the option of triple in the future. I was going to buy a phemon II 965 be , but i have not decided yet. I have looked at water cooling but i am very concerned with the quality of the cpu block cooler as i have seen some of the blocks crack in service. Have you ever come across this in you time system building, your rig is a very impressive bit of design and just illustrates what can be done. I must point out that i did not think that was possible as i own the same size case, the idea of a custom case hand made at home is a very interesting one that i might give a lot more throught to.Thanks for the post excellent and thanks to the overclockers for testing motherboards , cpus, cpu coolers, memory, and graphics cards quality so i dont have to.
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Good Day,
I am building a new system and the new case is a coolmaster storm scout but after viewing your post the option of modifying my old case is a good one. I have purchased a ga-890fx-ud5 (rev2.1) motherboard and a pair of samsung 500gb sata II hard drives, i am still deciding on graphics cards as i would like a dual setup with the option of triple in the future. I was going to buy a phemon II 965 be , but i have not decided yet. I have looked at water cooling but i am very concerned with the quality of the cpu block cooler as i have seen some of the blocks crack in service. Have you ever come across this in you time system building, your rig is a very impressive bit of design and just illustrates what can be done. I must point out that i did not think that was possible as i own the same size case, the idea of a custom case hand made at home is a very interesting one that i might give a lot more throught to.Thanks for the post excellent and thanks to the overclockers for testing motherboards , cpus, cpu coolers, memory, and graphics cards quality so i dont have to.

ty so much bro...i am glad to hear that....
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