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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorianrage View Post
    naid, id personally make that exhaust fan as an intake, or make the h100i fans be intakes, your gonna have a dusty insides otherwise, dont want to make that set up dusty
    Why do you say that? All the intakes are dust filtered and the exhausts are not. I also added one extra Noctua NF-P12 with a dust filter where the optical drives would be. So I have 4 intakes, 3+GPU as exhaust (a bit slower than the intakes), trying to keep positive pressure with air coming only through the filters.

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    Do I see another Fractal Design Define R4?
    Define XL R2 actually. I found them for the same price, so I just grabbed the larger one hehe.

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    Phones camera is being a bit dodgy but here's my first go at a custom loop plus set up/s.





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    Painted some parts of the case to accommodate the new hardware arriving tomorrow. Couldn't resist painting the case to match the Gigabyte Z87X-OC motherboard. I will post more pictures once I get everything installed tomorrow!




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    Jakexe you setup looks like a spiders web, I would highly suggest cable ties for your setup ^^
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  5. #11325
    Quote Originally Posted by Naididae View Post
    Why do you say that? All the intakes are dust filtered and the exhausts are not. I also added one extra Noctua NF-P12 with a dust filter where the optical drives would be. So I have 4 intakes, 3+GPU as exhaust (a bit slower than the intakes), trying to keep positive pressure with air coming only through the filters.
    cant actually see the extra 2 fans, can only see the 2 intakes mind you, but filters keep out moderate to large dust particles, the fine ones still get in, this is just in generally speaking, but nice , see way too many people going with the negative pressure route and not realising the fine particles always enter and its that which has to be dealt with positive pressure to be blown out, fine dust settles with negative pressure sadly or pulls in dust from any vents

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    SPECIFICATIONS:
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    Storage is in GB/TB.

    Otherwise, is that for you? Why ATX?

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    Why would I down/side-step to a 7950? And from a FT02 to a FD Arc? And a non colour-matched build for myself? Eww. Also, not enough hardrive space.

    No, this was built per request for a friend a few days ago. Thought I'd post the picture and specs here seen as the thread has fallen behind 1-2 pages.
    Last edited by Marest; 2013-07-04 at 12:18 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marest View Post
    Why would I down/side-step to a 7950? And from a FT02 to a FD Arc? And a non colour-matched build for myself? Eww. Also, not enough hardrive space.

    No, this was built per request for a friend a few days ago. Thought I'd post the picture and specs here seen as the thread has fallen behind 1-2 pages.
    Did you like building in the Arc R2 Case?
    I shifted my comp over in to it and a few upgrades a couple days ago.
    I felt like it was a great case for the money, working pretty well so far also.

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    Speaking of hard disks:

    not bad. could be better

    I couldn't figure out how to make the extra ssd cache my storage disk so I gave up and added it to the raid set. Still holding the "do I just give up on magnetic storage" debate. Adding one of those super-cheap 4k displays for chat/music/movies/web browsers is also starting to look like a good idea - it'd fill the space above the monitors perfectly
    Last edited by evn; 2013-07-04 at 07:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evn View Post
    I couldn't figure out how to make the extra ssd cache my storage disk so I gave up and added it to the raid set. Still holding the "do I just give up on magnetic storage" debate. Adding one of those super-cheap 4k displays for chat/music/movies/web browsers is also starting to look like a good idea - it'd fill the space above the monitors perfectly
    I have the Seiki 39" 4k TV on pre-order to mess around with. Sears has em up for 699. Ships early August.
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    I was thinking about using the 55" versions of that screen ~$1200, but I'd want to see one in person displaying text. Being limited to HDMI 1.4 at 30hz input at 4k makes it worthless for games but 1-2-3 of them could make for a really awesome workstation configuration for writing code, using spread sheets, or just browsing like 20 cat videos at once. Mostly I'm interested in xcode: it'll eat up 2x27" displays and still want more. 3x4k might be just enough space to get some work done, and at 'only' $2100 for 3 of them it's still way less expensive than a pair of 30" 1600p displays.

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    Just finished building today, pictures to come!

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    Congrats Roblivion, looking forward to some pics
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    My pride and joy! Have cleaned up the wiring prior to booting, actually very pleased with the ease of wiring in this case!





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    Well done, looks really good.
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    just got my new headphones delivered today (AKG K240). The sound quality is insane in comparison to my old Tritton AX720. Everything is so clear and it sounds great across a variety of music and games. It's also really comfortable partly due to the auto adjusting headset and partly due to the weight. it's so light that when the box arrived I thought it was empty.





    in the end I used cable ties to attach the mic and cord to the cord of the headphones. it's really convenient being one cable and it's still in the same place that it would be if you were to clip it onto your clothes. win/win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazypearce View Post
    just got my new headphones delivered today (AKG K240). The sound quality is insane in comparison to my old Tritton AX720. Everything is so clear and it sounds great across a variety of music and games. It's also really comfortable partly due to the auto adjusting headset and partly due to the weight. it's so light that when the box arrived I thought it was empty.

    in the end I used cable ties to attach the mic and cord to the cord of the headphones. it's really convenient being one cable and it's still in the same place that it would be if you were to clip it onto your clothes. win/win.
    Those are sick man!!! Although the Diet Coke should be a beer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazypearce View Post
    just got my new headphones delivered today (AKG K240). The sound quality is insane in comparison to my old Tritton AX720. Everything is so clear and it sounds great across a variety of music and games. It's also really comfortable partly due to the auto adjusting headset and partly due to the weight. it's so light that when the box arrived I thought it was empty.

    in the end I used cable ties to attach the mic and cord to the cord of the headphones. it's really convenient being one cable and it's still in the same place that it would be if you were to clip it onto your clothes. win/win.
    lol I felt the same way about the package for my Audio Technica ATH AD700s! Cheers on the purchase and enjoy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dropndestroyrr View Post
    I said I was going to post this nearly 6 months ago and just never got around to it. Cheers!

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    Man that looks fresh! The monitor setup is alright.


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