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post #122 of 217 (permalink) Old 03-11-2012, 08:27 AM
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So, my wife saw this thread....... She thinks its ******* sweet haha. Double High Five Miron!!!!!



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A 140mm fan that's attached to the HDD cage is positioned to blow air onto the mobo/vrm heatsinks. Check out the other pics and you'll see what Im talking about. I am aware of the vrm's threshold for heat, as im running the same mobo. The vrms will be fine as long as it stays under 80c. I'll be overclocking the FX8120 to 4.4GHz-4.5GHz, and im sure the VRM's temps will stay Well below 80c. As far as the sad news, I don't know what your referring to? thinking.gif

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I am sure it will go up over 85 Grade, while I have run the same mobo and cpu over 4.5 ghz since I loveee your pc buil just telling what I have see whit my mobo and those VRM. also have find that they can go to 120 grade on spect datasheet but how know ? if they will since FX dam it goes really hot. but I always try to keep them blow 60 grades.
dam you pc really look sooo hot!!!:thumb:cplz me a video of it biggrin.gif
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post #124 of 217 (permalink) Old 03-11-2012, 06:08 PM - Thread Starter
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Ok Guys, I did one last minor mod to the case. I really like a clean look of a front panel. So I drilled some holes to make the pump/res a little bit recessed so I can use the 5.25" plastic covers.

Some tape to prevent accidents.
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Mount the res/pump.
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And viola!
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Pretty cool looking. biggrin.gif
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Also, you might want to check out the first page. I finished the build. biggrin.gif


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NIce ill start doing mine next week
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WEEEEEEEEEE I LOVE MY NEW CASE THANKS MIRON...... Id recommend you to anyone for sure!!!!
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Gorgeous build thumb.gif I like that you didn't complete remove the front panel, just the bottom part to fit the 280mm. biggrin.gif

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Good job as usual, looks great biggrin.gif


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post #129 of 217 (permalink) Old 03-12-2012, 08:08 AM - Thread Starter
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NIce ill start doing mine next week

Sweet mam, PM me if you have questions or need any help.
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WEEEEEEEEEE I LOVE MY NEW CASE THANKS MIRON...... Id recommend you to anyone for sure!!!!

Thanks man! How's that rear fan?
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Gorgeous build thumb.gif I like that you didn't complete remove the front panel, just the bottom part to fit the 280mm. biggrin.gif

Thanks! I didn't really want to chop up the case too much, so I only cut want I needed too. Thanks again! thumb.gif
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Good job as usual, looks great biggrin.gif

Thanks bro! Now I can focus on my 540 rig! biggrin.gif ....after the move of course. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif


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Yeah i might have to with that 280 rad in the bottom and such a long psu i think i can make it fit but will see lol
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