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wosp 25-11-12 03:22 PM

My sexy beast
 
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Here she is.

Specs
AMD Phenom ii x6 1100t Black Edition
CoolerMaster Storm Enforcer
XFX HD Radeon 7870 DD Black Edition
ASRock 890FX Deluxe 5
16gb Corsair XMS3
XSPC Rasa 750 RX360
XFX Pro 750w
Samsung Blue-Ray drive
Western Digital 1Tb hard drive

I am currently looking for a decent SSD and would really appreciate any recomendations

Lollipop 25-11-12 05:15 PM

Samsung 830 for the SSD! :D

Looks nice, maybe you could trim the long hose a bit, but otherwise it looks quite good.

SnW 25-11-12 05:19 PM

Nice mate and welcome to OC3D........
CrucialM4......

Ray........

JMMP 25-11-12 08:17 PM

Nice Specs m8!
But in imho i prefer putting two 200mm rads (front and top)instead of making that kind of adaptation. :)


P.s.-welcome to oc3d and enjoy the stay!!! B)

Whaler_99 25-11-12 08:24 PM

Nice looking! Been an OCZ SSD fan myself...

dalewakelin 25-11-12 08:50 PM

Nice rig, corsair all the way from me :D

Dandaman91 25-11-12 10:48 PM

Sweet rig you got there!

I'll suggest the Corsair GT series SSD's because I have one :D

Deejeta 25-11-12 11:19 PM

judging from the ssd RMA bin at work id rank the following from best to worst in terms of reliability.

1. Intel
2. Samsung
3. Crucial
4. Corsair
5. Kingston
17349748727382738. OCZ

mundivalur 26-11-12 09:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Deejeta (Post 574280)
judging from the ssd RMA bin at work id rank the following from best to worst in terms of reliability.

1. Intel
2. Samsung
3. Crucial
4. Corsair
5. Kingston
17349748727382738. OCZ

Yes this is right, i have always used Corsair(one died after 1 year)
Needs sleeved cables for the finishing touch:D (Red/Black)

wosp 26-11-12 04:38 PM

Thanks for the quick responses :)

I was looking at the kingston hyperx 3k, propably just 120gb. Have you guys had any experience with it?

Yes the hose is abit long, but what u cant really see from the picture is both have to loop to go into the top rad, so i had to be quite careful not to squish it.

I can't find any decent sleeving anywhere what would you recomend?


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