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larsbaby

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Just finished rebuilding new gaming rig and thought I would share being the case is new to the market...

It's a little bit messy still, got some thumb screws still to add to side panel and clean off the thumb prints..
Still want to get a modual PSU to help tidy up bottom section.

Overall pretty happy..



Case : XSPC H2 Tower
MB : Asus P8P67 Delux
CPU : i7 2600k 3.4 @ 5.1 1.46v
Memory : G.Skill 4gb 2200
GPU : Ati 5870 Crossfire
SSD : 2 x 120gb Vertex 3 Raid 0

Cooling:
XPSC RX480 radiator top mounted
XSPC RX360 RX radiator bottom mounted
XSPC Laing DDC Dual Bay Reservoir with 12V Laing DDC (18w) and 12V Laing DDC (10w)
CPU : Ek Supreme HF water block
GPU : Ek 5870 Full Cover Acetal water block x 2

Fans/Fan Controllers:
Coolermaster SickleFLow Green LED Quiet Case Fan 120mm x 9
Aero Cool Touch 2000 x 2

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Windows 7 Ultimate : XSPC H2Tower : Asus P8P67 Delux : i7 2600k 3.4 @ 5.1 : EK HF Block : G.Skill 4GB 2200 : XSPC RX480 Radiator : XSPC RX360 Radiator : Coolermaster Fans : XSPC Dual DDC Res :
5870CF with EK blocks : Xonar Essence ST : Edifier S550

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Windows 7 Ultimate : XSPC H2Tower : Asus P8P67 Delux : i7 2600k 3.4 @ 5.1 : EK HF Block : G.Skill 4GB 2200 : XSPC RX480 Radiator : XSPC RX360 Radiator : Coolermaster Fans : XSPC Dual DDC Res :
5870CF with EK blocks : Xonar Essence ST : Edifier S550

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Looks like you have done a good job :), well done!

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Looks funky as! :)

Not fancy moving the HDD caddy to the front of the case to help tidy things up a little?

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Yep,that's the first of them cases I've seen on this forum.Done a good job.
Looks very roomy in there.The cooling should be good with a quad and triple rad installed.
Nice job. ;)

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Looks funky as! :)

Not fancy moving the HDD caddy to the front of the case to help tidy things up a little?



Thanks for all the kind feedback guys :)

HDD was actually moved after picture was taken.

Have also removed the DVD/CD as it looked damn ugly from the front.
Windows 7 Ultimate : XSPC H2Tower : Asus P8P67 Delux : i7 2600k 3.4 @ 5.1 : EK HF Block : G.Skill 4GB 2200 : XSPC RX480 Radiator : XSPC RX360 Radiator : Coolermaster Fans : XSPC Dual DDC Res :
5870CF with EK blocks : Xonar Essence ST : Edifier S550

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Yep,that's the first of them cases I've seen on this forum.Done a good job.
Looks very roomy in there.The cooling should be good with a quad and triple rad installed.
Nice job. ;)

Andy



Cooling I think is pretty good...
CPU
21 degrees idle
75 degrees max under load (prime 95)

GPU
24 degree idle
41 degrees load
Windows 7 Ultimate : XSPC H2Tower : Asus P8P67 Delux : i7 2600k 3.4 @ 5.1 : EK HF Block : G.Skill 4GB 2200 : XSPC RX480 Radiator : XSPC RX360 Radiator : Coolermaster Fans : XSPC Dual DDC Res :
5870CF with EK blocks : Xonar Essence ST : Edifier S550

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My days, how many screws you have to take to remove the side panel? :blink:

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My days, how many screws you have to take to remove the side panel? :blink:



Just a couple..lol
Windows 7 Ultimate : XSPC H2Tower : Asus P8P67 Delux : i7 2600k 3.4 @ 5.1 : EK HF Block : G.Skill 4GB 2200 : XSPC RX480 Radiator : XSPC RX360 Radiator : Coolermaster Fans : XSPC Dual DDC Res :
5870CF with EK blocks : Xonar Essence ST : Edifier S550




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