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Everything posted by Chiobe

  1. A quick search tells that a few others has this problem. I think its the laser that sleeps after a while. Might have something to do with the software.
  2. Might help us to know which mouse you got.
  3. Just to log my before temprature, so did I run folding@home for 10,5h. CPU temp: 87 C GPU1 temp: 70 C GPU2 temp: 77 C and for control Room temp: 22,8 C Note that this is without overclocking.
  4. Just to do something, so did I setup my EK-Supremacy EVO, with the right parts. At the same time, so did I test my cam setup, so I can upload pictures while I work with the pc.
  5. Scan.co.uk still havent gotten the case into stock, so guess it will be a bit longer then planned before I get the case.
  6. As you can tell from the titel, this will be a black themed water cooling build, where noice is not dealt with (in terms of parts selected). - - - Status right now: Done building, for this round. - - - Case: Thermaltake Core X9 PC Hardware: MB: MSI X99S GAMING 9 AC, Socket-2011-3 CPU: Intel Core i7-5930K, Socket-LGA2011-3 GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 970 Gaming 4GB PhysX SLI RAM: Crucial DDR4 2133MHz 32GB (8x4GB) Storage: Crucial MX100 SSD 512GB, WD AV-GP 4TB PSU: Cooler Master V1000, 1000W PSU Cooling parts: EK-CoolStream RAD XTX 480 EK-CoolStream RAD XTX 480 EK-CoolStream PE 480 Radiator EK-Supremacy EVO Acetal+Nickel EK-FC970 GTX TF5 Acetal+Nickel EK-FC970 GTX TF5 Acetal+Nickel EK-FC970 GTX TF5 Backplate EK-FC970 GTX TF5 Backplate EK-FC TRIPLE Serial Terminal EK-XRES 140 D5 Vario (incl. pump) Fans: Lamptron CF525 Fan Controller (5 channels, max. 60 W per channel) Scythe Slip Stream Slim (120x120x12mm) (2000 rpm) (4 fans for the PE Rad, push +case fans) Scythe Ultra Kaze (120x120x38mm) (3000rpm) (8 fans for XTX Rads, push) Other cooling stuff: PrimoChill PrimoFlex Onyx Black 12,7mm (1/2") / 19,1mm (3/4") EK-Ekoolant CLEAR EK-12mm (1/2") High-Flow Fitting EK-AF Angled 45° G1/4 EK-AF Angled 90° G1/4 EK-CSQ Plug G1/4 GELID GC-Extreme thermal compound Arctic Silver Arcticlean (to get rid of old thermal compound) Mayhems 5 Ltr Ultra Pure H20 (for cleaning and testing)
  7. http://pcpartpicker.com/part/rosewill-case-rise http://pcpartpicker.com/part/nzxt-case-caso530m1 Both comes in at $80 and both can fit a 360mm rad. So it is possible to get a case under $100 that can fit it.
  8. Chiobe

    Core X9 Norway

    That explains a lot. Might have been a good idea to post that somewhere.
  9. Chiobe

    Core X9 Norway

    Never mind, I might be more costly, but no one else could deliver one, so I placed a preorder with scan.co.uk
  10. 5x 8 Watt channels, for the Commander F5. Its not the best out there for multi fan setup, as you can get 1-3 per channel, depending on the fan. If a fan uses 0.3A, then it uses 12V x 0.3A = 3,6 Watt (at max speed). I'm also building in Core X9, and I went with Lamptron FC5 V3 Fan Controller (6x 30 Watt). If you want the same type of slide switches, check out NZXT Sentry Mesh Fan Control (5x 30 Watt).
  11. Chiobe

    Core X9 Norway

    None of my local shops have gotten the core X9 available yet, not even as prebuy. Is there only certain shops that have been given the first batch or something like that? Right now, so is my only option scan.co.uk, which is a pain to deal with if something where to happen.
  12. Cant you just get it from Amazon or something like that?
  13. Chiobe

    Core X Series

    You can remove the motherbord tray, but not the back wall PCIE slots. Also, I'm too disappointed by the case, as its too small for more then 3x 480mm rads. Was hoping to mount 6 in it, but guess that was a bit over the top.
  14. Chiobe

    Core X9

    This project is scrapped, as the Core X9 didnt have as much space as I though.
  15. Chiobe

    Core X Series

    Might have put that on the graph it self, so its less confusing.
  16. Shame, guess my 6 rad build is no longer an option, as there is not enough safe space left.
  17. You got to choose ether 360mm (3x120mm fans) or 280mm (2x180mm fans). A single 280mm rad wont be enough, so go for 2 360mm rads.
  18. And there is the problem, there is no way for people that havent gotten there hands on the case to know that, leading to confusion when different set of numbers are presented. This is the numbers I get from the graph: Internal height 402mm (256mm+146mm) (100mm less then total height) Internal width 289mm (149mmx2) (91mm less then total width) Internal depth 540mm (100mm less then total depth) From website: Dimension (H x W x D) 502 x 380 x 640 mm So ether is the sheet metal used for the case quite thick or there is something wrong with the numbers. And when you plan on stuffing the case full of water cooling, so does the numbers matter.
  19. The point was that right now so do I have 3 sources for numbers: You, Leo and the website. Which leaves me with conflicting numbers and I have no way of knowing which is the right once. Best shown with "the graph" that says 540mm is the full depth of the case, while you and the website says 590mm.
  20. The problem I have with the graph is that it says the case is 540mm from back to front (inside), meaning you cant put a 590mm long video cards into it (like the website says). So simply different sources says different things and I just want a clear answer.
  21. Thanks, but you might want to check with Tt Leo, since the graph he posted in the Core X series discussion thread, says something else. I'm lost as to which numbers I should belive right now.
  22. Chiobe

    Core X Series

    I'm confused. From website: Dimension (H x W x D) 502 x 380 x 640 mm Yet I only managed to get these numbers: Internal height 402mm (256mm+146mm) Internal width 289mm (149mmx2) Internal lenght 540mm I refuse to belive the case is eating 100mm each way. Also another fun fact from website: VGA length limitation 590mm (without ODD cage) So I'm ether reading the picture wrong or there are something wrong with ether the website or the chart.
  23. Hope its more detailed then whats been released on the website. If X9 chart is ready, can we see it now, so we can start finalising our parts list? Edit: Never mind, saw that you updated the thread without it showing.
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