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post #11 of 5064 (permalink) Old 06-16-2013, 09:21 AM
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Looks great! Loving the white theme!
Thanks !
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I would like to join, here's my build log https://www.overclock.net/t/1399917/build-log-red-black-350d#post_20197579 not finished due to memory issue with the mobo frown.gif .
Pupuw, do you have 4 fans connected to that cooler? I'm thinking of doing that as well, the cord gets in the way when I mount my h100I in top.
Yep, my 4 SP120's fans are connected to the h100i block. I found it handy because I only had 4 or 5 fan connectors on the board.
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post #12 of 5064 (permalink) Old 06-16-2013, 09:36 AM
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you can add me !

its not done yet..im waiting for my new psu -> AX760i which hopefully arrives on tomorrow..further im waiting for my new 770GTX ASUS!

actually following hardware:

i5 4670K non OC , i will look up for 4,5ghz..if he doesnt make it, i will change to the 4770
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looks fantastic i love it ! where did you buy your sleeve kit for your PSU ? ill get one for me !

love the phantom..i hope one day gainward will fit backplates on them..

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I just noticed you painted the titans/780's, looks good.


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Cool, thanks pupuw I might do that. Man im so jelly all yall builds didnt get the code 55 with the Maximus V Gene.. So depressing!! Haha
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Add me please - see Junior in sig smile.gif

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post #16 of 5064 (permalink) Old 06-16-2013, 10:39 AM
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BY THE WAY !

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looks fantastic i love it ! where did you buy your sleeve kit for your PSU ? ill get one for me !

love the phantom..i hope one day gainward will fit backplates on them..
Thanks! I bought the sleeve kit with the psu directly from the corsair website when I saw they had a promotion. It was something like 50$ reduction when purchasing psu+cables, they announced it on the Corsair facebook page!

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I just noticed you painted the titans/780's, looks good.
Also just noticed it, that painting job is awesome!
I really like the red you chose, it has a mat look!

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Cool, thanks pupuw I might do that. Man im so jelly all yall builds didnt get the code 55 with the Maximus V Gene.. So depressing!! Haha
Hope you will manage to solve your problem with the board man!
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post #17 of 5064 (permalink) Old 06-16-2013, 02:01 PM
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Haven't taken any new pictures of my build :/ (with new HDDs and no more SATA cable in back). Havent really named it yet... I went with "For lack of a better name"... cause, well yah. I feel like I'm naming a car: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTmmoSvleWs

Maybe I'll go with Paul?? XD

But I'm in the club!!! .... right???
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I'd love to join!
I just got most of the parts, but am still waiting on the motherboard to arrive:



Here's a sample of what sort of stuff I'll be putting in it:

My build log can be found in my sig.
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I'd like to join. No pictures since people would probably whine about my color scheme, or lack thereof.

I am running my 350 (windowless) with 2 Noctua 140 mm fans in the front, 1 Noctua 120mm in the rear, and 2 Noctua 120mms on my H100i and when I am just idling or surfing the web, my computer is dead silent, I mean I can't even hear anything coming from it. Its amazing.

FYI - a Gigabyte Sniper m5 and a H110 will not fit in this case. I have a Gigabyte Sniper M5 and a H100i, and this fits great.

This is my second Corsair case, and this is hands down the best case I've ever built in. I was worried about switching to a mATX form factor, but this case is just so easy to build with. It also looks very sleek, except the top.

My two gripes with this case:

1. The top. Its very ugly. I don't know what Corsair was thinking when they designed the top, its like their designers / engineers just gave up and said screw it.

2. The 5.25 drive bay should be removable. I am not using it and I am guessing most wont. So let me take it out (its in there with rivets).

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Hello gents,
I too am a proud owner of this excellent case and would like to be a part of this elusive club.
Here's some pics of my build utilizing the Maximus V Gene mPCIe expansion card for wireless.
If you're interested, build parts list is in my sig.











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