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  1. Welcome to the forums mate! Nice build's but i like your Level 10 build more though haha... Do you have interior pictures with the side panel off on your GT?
  2. Oh, i thought 650Ti was SLI compatible, or that must be the boost version
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  4. Hello Sdf, They come with the case, there should be quite a few of them
  5. Hello sdf The drive bay is actually quite special on this case, please check the below picture for details After installing them you can slide your drive straight into the drive bay
  6. Wow, that's very nice man! the fan LED's go very well with your keyboard! ditch the 650ti? what you going to get instead? or will you be SLi'ing the Ti's
  7. I face mine down too, to draw cold air from outside but only if there is a dust filter though.
  8. Well i guess your PSU could be running near max and dumping out a lot of excess heat. Anyway my cards used to run around about 85 - 90C on air when i first started mining, then i changed the thermal paste and it dropped my temps to about 70- 75 so i think the easiest fix is to change the thermal paste though with some company's it might void your warranty so be careful.
  9. I used to watch Naruto! but i stopped after the 2nd or 3rd season... Other anime i used to watch were Pokemon and Dragon Ball z which were on every morning before school!
  10. I like my computers the same way I like my cars. Done up exterior and engine modified for performance. Basically a rig with a nice body and runs at its best (no flashy lights).
  11. Ah my mistake, yeh it makes sense to put primer on first to get the color you want... now you got me curious on what color your indenting to paint anyway looking forward to seeing your build progress! will put this thread on follow
  12. Yeh, that's a big problem with 2 or more cards... when u sandwich the cards like that and your not using a blower type cooler all the heat just gets spread around your case. When i was running my 280x x 3 on air it was impossible to keep the temps down on the lower cards.. what i found helpful is to have a fan at the front of the cards pushing air directly between the cards.. doesn't look the best, but it works!
  13. Hello Renegade and Welcome to the forums! Looks like your off to a good start on your mod, will you be going for the full white look? Regards to some of the questions on Core V71, we actually have an owners club you might want to check out. Also, for spare parts i think you can contact our Australia & NZ team. if they have any spares they should be able to help you out!
  14. looking forward to seeing the progress Van, good luck on the build!!
  15. Well if it works for you, that's good man! Seems like you have utilized the interior of your case very well !
  16. Hello CareFactorOver9000, Well the sound dampening material built in would slightly effect the temperatures, but the difference is minimal. The trick would to be to run high quality fans with plenty of airflow Its really up to the user to weigh in what they prefer in a build and what the build is for. For your second question regarding the egg carton shape, it actually works as a dampener with the foam material but at the same time it will help with echo reduction by scattering sound waves using the "egg carton shape"
  17. Wow, very clean setup!! I have a Tt dude watching me work too haha !!
  18. Nice build Drevni! BTW did you paint the front panel white? looks quite cool
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