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Old 28-11-12, 11:04 AM
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My PC9_F Build

No DLSR at the moment. Here are some scatter shot pics = )
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Had 7970's before :/


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Old 28-11-12, 11:11 AM
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Nice setup cables even look nice and tidy
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Old 28-11-12, 11:15 AM
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very smart, never a fan of cases that have a silver inside but this one strangely works. Props mate
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Old 28-11-12, 12:13 PM
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I said to myself I would not light up my build. Funny how people do things they said they would never do again!

I like LED lighting. Cold Cathodes are out for me


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Now all that's left to do is for me to get rid of that fugly Asus SLI bridge..
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Old 28-11-12, 01:23 PM
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Only a suggestion but you not able to turn the hard drives around so cables at back??
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Old 28-11-12, 01:34 PM
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Old 28-11-12, 02:00 PM
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Only a suggestion but you not able to turn the hard drives around so cables at back??
I thought about doing that, but wanted easy access to the HDD cabling instead of removing the back panel. Already proved useful to me when I added a new SSD and another storage HDD. The HDD rack isn't visible from the side panel anyway, so it all worked out in the end
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Nice build Mate! 1 Question - why change the 7970's for 680's?
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Old 28-11-12, 04:42 PM
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Nice build Mate! 1 Question - why change the 7970's for 680's?
I actually loved the 7970's. The crossfire drivers, however, gave me nothing but headaches. random BSOD's galore. Luckily, sold them just before their prices dropped like a stone. Dunno how the crossfire driver are now, but the 680's haven't given any probs so far = )
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Nice build, first time I love a plain case
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