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Old 07-05-2010, 08:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well i finaly got around to taking some pics of my Rig. just built it about 4 months ago. The specs are....

CPU - Intel core i7 930 @ stock
MOBO - Gigabyte X58A UD7R
RAM - Corsair XMS3 6gb 1600MHz DDR3
GPU - XFX Radeon HD5770 @ stock (soon to be HD5870 @ stock)
CPU COOLER - Zalman CPSN10 Extreme
PSU - Corsair HX850W
CASE - HAF 932 stock cooling (will soon have blue cold cathedos)
OS - Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit

Here are the pics, please comment if you like





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Pretty clean... Tuck the front case ribbon away and it'll be golden
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that's hot.
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Looks awesome. Great work dude.
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Question: Do you have the cooler mounted backwards, or did you reverse the fan? Wouldn't it do better to push the air through instead of pulling it?
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Trotter, Thanks for pointing that out, its one of the things i have to to next time i have to side of is remount the cooler. Im a a bit worried about the zalman fan controler cord getting in the way of the rear exhaust fan though.
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Just tuck the cord between the side of the fan and the frame of the case. I have mine like that.
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