Quote: Originally Posted by ganjiry
lookin good joey
the white looks nice and i bet its propp quick with them 3 ssd's. i still havent installed mine
will do it 2moz
nice job chap
Thanx mate, Unfortunately my OCZ SSD is giving major problems with the new rig, it gives pink and blue distortions all over windows log on and you cant even see the desktop, at first I thought it was the cards,but when I plugged out the OCZ and used one of the corsairs as an boot SSD, it was perfect, so for some reason the OCZ doesn't work anymore
Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe
Looks really good, Alsisgevat. Good job.
Thank you, I appreciate the comment.
Quote: Originally Posted by linnemeyerhere
Alsisgevat, The water cooling came out "off the hook" ! Very clean with all the white bits. It all looks like it was meant to be there in your case as well. I'm sure this will benchmark with some crazy strong numbers. You've made many of us crazy envious !
Thanx mate, Yeah you followed this build from the very start, so I am glad to say it is finally finish. I planed on making my own faceplate,and got all the stuff ready,but when I saw it with just a flat surface instead of the little edges that the drive bays give,I liked the old look more, so for now I will stick with the drive bays. And thanx, I was worried about all the chrome,but the white hides it well. And I didnt post the build log,cause it is allot of pics, but if you want to see something or know why or what I did,I will upload the pic for it.
Quote: Originally Posted by Dave76
That's one seriously nice rig Alsisgevat, well done and impressive.
Thank you very much.
Quote: Originally Posted by Britton30
Good looking and performing rig Joey!
Is the motherboard rotated 90 degrees clockwise and all your connections are on top of the case?
Thank you. And yes, it's a 90 degree MB, it may look weird, but I can honestly say its the best idea chassis makers ever had, these gfx card are super heavy when you attach a copper/nickel block on them, so you can easily brake the card or the pci slot if it only hangs on that horizontally, but if it hang vertically,it only hangs on the back plate and the screws keep it locked in,so you don't have to worry about damidging your card. This is just my view point of it,and one of the reasons I bought this chassis. As for the connections,they go out top, but the top plate is about two inches high,so the go out and then are directed out the back with a small opening,so all the wires are still out the back,just high up.
Thanx all,I appreciate the comments and glad you like it. I wanted to do the cpu as watercooled with black tubing, but it is way too much work and stressfull
besides these all in one watercooling kits from corsair and intel do the job well, and I dont have the exact space to do it haha.