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Old 16-09-13, 01:55 AM
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The Gleaming Cuboid 350D

Hi all,

A few months ago I put something in the project gallery about my plan to build a computer and that time came and went (been quite busy with a lot of things lately). So recently the last few crucial and cosmetic components came and I installed them mainly the SSD/HDD and the H80i and the lighting.

the machine was build primarily for gaming and doing uni work on.

Specs:
i5 4670k 3.4Ghz (i know its running at stock but will be overcocking)
Corsair H80i
Asus H87M-Pro
Mushkin Blackline Frostbite 8GB Ram(2x4 @ 1600Mhz)
Asus 7950 V2 3GB
Samsung 840 120GB SSD
WD 1TB HDD
Corsair AX760
Corsair 350D
NZXT white sleeved lighting

So for all of you now i present my creation.
please feel free to point out things I might have missed or things I did well with, as this was my first build in quite a while (7-8 years).








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Old 16-09-13, 05:35 AM
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Looks great! I would try to fix the cable management in the front though. Make it seem more professional? Also try getting the cable in the top of the case somehow. It will show off more of the main hardware instead of the huge bundle of cables at the bottom..

One weird thing i noticed... How come in the last pic your computer is on yet the fan on your H80i is not moving?
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Old 16-09-13, 05:50 AM
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One weird thing i noticed... How come in the last pic your computer is on yet the fan on your H80i is not moving?
you probably just can't see it. exposure time was too short i guess
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Old 16-09-13, 11:56 PM
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Nice little rig there! ONLY thing I would look into is re-routing the SATA power cable so that it wasn't exposed through the back side of the case. The bottom cables do look a touch disheveled, but nothing pulling a bit more of them through to the back couldn't fix I'm sure :-).
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Old 17-09-13, 03:41 AM
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One weird thing i noticed... How come in the last pic your computer is on yet the fan on your H80i is not moving?
The Camera used to take these pictures was pretty good since i borrowed it from a mate, in all the pictures the fans should all be going.


I tired really hard with the cabling, cause this is a smaller then usual case (mAtx) all of the cables end up being a fraction too long and take up more space, i don't like those 4 way sata power cables that came with my psu but that is all i had but ill take everything into consideration.
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Old 18-09-13, 04:01 PM
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A great place to hide the SATA power/data cables is underneath the 3.5" metal tray.
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