Discussion in 'Modding' started by elstado, Feb 26, 2009.
Should of put it on the lower portion not where all the heat comes out of the plasma.
I see that you have the Sentry 2 controller what did you use to stick the temp probes down with?
Please tell us what sort of tubing your using, so we can all avoid it!
cables still have a ways to go, getting there.
i just don't use them, i use software
the tubing is just PVC included in the XSPC kits, it clouds really quickly...
cables are as neat as i can get it apart from the bottom PCIE cables, they are just like that untill my sleeved extensions arrive ignore the molex you can see that's been fixed it well out while installing the card
but other than that, mine came with little sticker things to stick them down
That clouded tubing makes my man bits hide inside of myself in sadness
Here's a build I have done for a friend. A price restricted build in a Antec 300. If I had more time, I would've cut some holes for the cables to go up behind the m/b panel but that will have to do & wouldve purchased a Corsair HX-620w for the modular design
16GB G-Skill RipJaws
i5-2500k clocked at 4.6 ghz
2 x GTX 560 Ti's
850 WATT PSU Modular
3x 1 TB Drives
1x 500GB Drive
1x 160GB SSD
You could have put it in 1 post you know.
Also that bottom fan should be intake.
should have some nice primochill blue soon
I Know, I felt special with two posts.
It was orginally but the airflow was messed up,
Going to put a 200 mm on the top, as a intake
make the bottom intake & the 200mm out
it would make alot more sense....
Then the air from the 120mm will flow upwards to the card, which will in turn decrease the ambient operating temp of the card.
Dude hot air rises