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Andre's Personal Z77 Rig

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Great build! Very clean


I use i5-3470, 8GB kingston, SSD + 2x hdd, GTX 970

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Been planning getting an NH 14 and a Z77 MPower for a while now, and last night was pleasantly suprised to see a build with those components on the livestream last night. What was more surprising is that I have already watched a lot of videos due to them being very relevant and nice to watch. Also nice to find someone else who appreciates the noctua colour scheme.

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Oh so clean


XYPHER AMD FX8350 @ 4.6Ghz ASUS SABERTOOTH 990FX R2.0 AMD RADEON HD 7970 @ 1140Mhz 16GB Corsair VENGEANCE 1600Mhz OCZ VERTEX 3 240GB SSD Corsair H100i 1TB SEAGATE BARRACUDA FRACTAL DESIGN DEFINE R4 CORSAIR K90 MADCATZ RAT 3 iiyama ProLite B2480HS 24"

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Oh so clean

 

 

woww clean cable sleving

 

 

Been planning getting an NH 14 and a Z77 MPower for a while now, and last night was pleasantly suprised to see a build with those components on the livestream last night. What was more surprising is that I have already watched a lot of videos due to them being very relevant and nice to watch. Also nice to find someone else who appreciates the noctua colour scheme.

 

 

Thank you guys.

 

Here is a quick look at a really nice and very well priced 3TB external drive by LaCie. NCIX has these for $129 and they are $124 at Canada Computers.

 

The aluminum enclosure is great quality and the entire thing has a really good feel to it. It's nice and small for a 3.5 inch drive, the blue LED at the back/top is very dull so it doesn't light up the entire room or hurt your eyes like some blue LEDs. I've been writing to it for a few hours and it's only slightly warm and it's very quiet. Not sure what the speed is like yet but I will run a speedtest soon. 

 

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The cables of that Corsair PSU are amazing. Almost looks better than sleeved cables.


| GPU: GT 650M | CPU: i5-3210M | Excuse my language, sometimes I can be pretty vulgar.

 

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here is some stuff i received recently from corsair support. 

 

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the front panel i/o assembly that i got awhile ago but it's been sitting in the box


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replacement for the broken hdd tray


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new front panel mesh 


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they sent a full door to replace the warped window. lets see if this one is any better


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this new one has the exact same window and it is dented 


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this window is not flush with the door panel either, not sure if it's any better than mine, but i don't think so


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I'm a bit surprised that the ram fit with the beefy cooler. Clean build!


i5 4670k| Asrock H81M-ITX| EVGA Nex 650g| WD Black 500Gb| H100 with SP120s| ASUS Matrix 7970 Platinum (just sold)| Patriot Venom 1600Mhz 8Gb| Bitfenix Prodigy. Build log in progress 

Build Log here: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/119926-yin-yang-prodigy-update-2-26-14/

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Very nice cable management


CPU: i7-4770k CPU Cooler: NH-D14 RAM: Crucial Ballistix Sport 8gb GPU: EVGA Superclocked 780 ti MOBO: ASUS Maximus VI Gene PSU: Corsair RM 850 Case: Bitfenix Prodigy M

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I've literally looked at this build log at least 12 times just cause of the cable management and the 650d is just such a beautiful case 


My build: Cpu: (AMD Ryzen 7 1700) Heatsink: (Deepcool Captain 240 rgb) GPU: (Zotac AMP! GTX 1060 6gb) Ram: (Corsair LPX 8Gb DDR4 2400) Mobo: ( Gigabyte AX370 Gaming K&) Case: (NZXT Phantom 410 Gunmetal) PSU: (Lepa B550 550w) OS:  (Windows 10

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Wow you have set up a wind tunnel or a pc lol the amount of air that moves through that you should get great temps, and ah that cable managment is just fantastic that will be a cool silent great looking rig keep it up :)

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