I was running out of internal space and pci-e slots,then i looked around the web, and found some new items for my new build.Had some rewievs to read here at OC3D and others.Final build specs,Case : Coolermaster HAF XMotherboard : Asrock X58 extreme6 CPU : Intel i7 950
PSU : Corsair AX 1200
Items i had from the Amd-rig,
GPU : Saphire radeon HD 5970 4 gb.
Saphire radeon HD 5870 1 gb.
Asus EAH 5870 v2 1 gb.
Ram : Kingston 3x2gb ramkit hyperX 1600.
Cpu-cooler : Noctua NH-D14.
HDD : Intel Postville 80 gb ssd,storage WD 1.tb 7200rpm sata 3.
DVD/bluray : Pioneer dvd-rw dvr-218L,Samsung dvdwbd sh-b083L.
System : Windows 7 ultimate 64.
This is a big case,loaded with my new intel build.
Think i got this nice and tidy.Though i might replace the 140mm out fan,with sleeved cabling,maybe a scythe slipstream.
Its really spacey inside the HAF X.
A look at grafics section and the awesome corsair AX 1200.
BIG BIG cpu-cooler Noctua nh-d14.
All things running,and again the noctua stands out.
Man this is one BIG tower.63 cm or 2f 1,5inches tall on whells.
What i like: The saphire radeon 5970 4gb. No need to purchase the toxic edition.This one could run 1000mhz oc easily on the crosshair IV,but not on the asrock board,only a measily 960mhz oc.But eats some heavy frames aswell.
And the two other gpu`s ill remove when not needed,they are noisy as hell,specially the Asus.The 5970 i can lock at 50% fanspeed and never rises above 70c,even at full pull.And it is inaudible at 50%.
The corsair PSU is totaly awesome,maintains a 4.2ghz oc on cpu and 3 gpu`s,and the 5970 is a powerhungry beast.
The air from the psu is as cold,even when i pull all i can .
Thanks for taking a look.