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post #11 of 12639 (permalink) Old 06-28-2013, 12:01 AM
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Case is perfect for adjustable LED's.

What kind of LEDs did you use? thanks.
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Ordering mine next month, im hoping this is going to be a fun side-step from my Haf-932
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Gotta love the internet lol. heres a few from my build. Just dont ask about the other side for the love of god(messy and ugly)

Yes a Monsta 360 fits.
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Holy the Monsta or a Monster in this case, no long Gpu's are being installed with that rad in place lol

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post #15 of 12639 (permalink) Old 06-28-2013, 10:33 AM
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This must be the worst build on this case arround here xD it will improve the next week with custom cables but for now this is what I have:







No worklog, but here a link to my review, and also review in spanish

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This must be the worst build on this case arround here xD it will improve the next week with custom cables but for now this is what I have:


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No worklog, but here a link to my review, and also review in spanish

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Doesn't look bad at man, Good Work! thumb.gif

Question tho, what is that cable for that runs under your gpu near the expansion slots?

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Doesn't look bad at man, Good Work! thumb.gif

Question tho, what is that cable for that runs under your gpu near the expansion slots?

Extra power for PCIe slots, ASUS had an awesome idea an put it in the middle of the board.. there´s no way of making it look good with the default cables on my PSU (AX1200i), hope it get´s better with custom cables.
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Extra power for PCIe slots, ASUS had and awesome idea an put it in the middle of the board.. there´s no way of making it look good with the default cables on my PSU (AX1200i), hope it get´s better with custom cables.

Ohhhh, i see that now, i just looked at my RIVF meh id just leave it out lol

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Holy the Monsta or a Monster in this case, no long Gpu's are being installed with that rad in place lol

Ya I Know. Thinking a xfx 7850, I just have to sell my Alphacool ut60 480mm rad, so I can get the waterblock for the video card.
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Extra power for PCIe slots, ASUS had an awesome idea an put it in the middle of the board.. there´s no way of making it look good with the default cables on my PSU (AX1200i), hope it get´s better with custom cables.

Hey Just so you know you dont need to run that 6 pin pci to the motherboard. Your only using 1 video card its there if you use 3 or more. I am in the same boat I ran the molex to my motherboard and didn't need to. The reason I plugged mine in is because I removed my vrm stock heat sink and it was plain and looked like it was missing something and I thought it looked way better plugged in. The waterblock for the vrm looks way better than the stock heatsink just way small. Hope that makes scene.
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