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Well since you did that, run FSXMark11 and post results in the thread. Be sure to follow the manual step by step exactly as it's there to have real comparative results!

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Well since you did that, run FSXMark11 and post results in the thread. Be sure to follow the manual step by step exactly as it's there to have real comparative results!
I will run it later today. Me and Bogdan tried to run it on his system, but he ran into some kind of error. We'll try again soon.

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Well since you did that, run FSXMark11 and post results in the thread. Be sure to follow the manual step by step exactly as it's there to have real comparative results!
I'll do that eventually :D

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1.488 is perfectly normal...Everything runs smoothly and without any problems.
Would you mind stress testing for one hour with OCCT keeping an eye on the temp with real temp as seen below, do it with test mode on medium data set and priority on normal....if you'r stable after one hour with temp in check you'll be the man.... here's the link for OCCT if you don't have it http://www.ocbase.com/perestroika_en/index.php?2011/10/25/42-occt-perestroika-4004.png

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Totally re-configured my cable management. Specs in sig

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Totally re-configured my cable management. Specs in sig
Looks neat and organized Ben! Should keep air moving a bit better too.Kind regards,

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Looks neat and organized Ben! Should keep air moving a bit better too.Kind regards,
Thanks Stephen!Temps are fantastic. CPU only @ 60C under max load and GPU temps only in the 40's at max!Hope all is well with you, :)

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Nice rig Ben. I like the clean cable management! That PSU's cables make it easy to organize.I'll be posting my newly sleeved system tomorrow. I managed to drop the pi** out of my PSU in the garage, so I'm waiting on the new replacement Corsair AX (Seasonic) unit to arrive. I have to say, the blue sleeving makes the inside look sweet!

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Nice rig Ben. I like the clean cable management! That PSU's cables make it easy to organize.I'll be posting my newly sleeved system tomorrow. I managed to drop the pi** out of my PSU in the garage, so I'm waiting on the new replacement Corsair AX (Seasonic) unit to arrive. I have to say, the blue sleeving makes the inside look sweet!
Thanks for the kind words!Can't wait to see your rig! Cheers,

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My super-mega-ultra-hyper-advanced system:hp_dv63104erxd546ea_139077.jpgA photo from google is enough because i don't have anything else, only a joystick (Thrustmaster T-Flight Stick X) :Cry:I won't upload a pic of my friend's system (real owner of the profile) because it's ''a bit'' too messy.. :Whistle:

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Well I was too embarrased to upload my antec 300 system as the cable management was TERRIBLE but I just got the corsair 600T and here is a terrible quality picture of it. Also I know I have a bundle of cables at the bottom but I got lazy at the end. Temps dropped A LOT!

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Very nice Taylor. Just saw you posted temps are much better too :good:Did you have your rad fans set to exhaust in the Antec 300 too?

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Very nice Taylor. Just saw you posted temps are much better too :good:Did you have your rad fans set to exhaust in the Antec 300 too?
Yep! I actually have them exactly as I had them in the Antec 300. Sucking air in from the front and exhausting out the top and rear. This case is much bigger with bigger fans so airflow is much better compared to the antec 300. Tomorrow I am gonna work on cable management a little more.

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Corsair recommends intake for the rad fans. Just in case you want to play with different fan configs once you overclock. Of course if temps are good enough you don't need to botherEnjoy your new 600T!, it's a great investment. Will endure for many years and many builds

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Corsair recommends intake for the rad fans. Just in case you want to play with different fan configs once you overclock. Of course if temps are good enough you don't need to botherEnjoy your new 600T!, it's a great investment. Will endure for many years and many builds
I kind of regret cheaping out on the case when I built this system. I might try that. On the antec 300 I had better luck with exhausting out the rear but this is of course a different case

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It's amazing how much a nice case adds to the enjoyment of building a computer! Aside from PSUs, it's probably the most overlooked upgrade.

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It's amazing how much a nice case adds to the enjoyment of building a computer! Aside from PSUs, it's probably the most overlooked upgrade.
Totally agree... I went from an Antec 300 to my new Corsair 400R... My god, the upgrade was *massive*. Can even believe I bought that piece of crap.

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Totally agree... I went from an Antec 300 to my new Corsair 400R... My god, the upgrade was *massive*. Can even believe I bought that piece of crap.
LOL! I would only recommend a Antec 300 if you are looking for a low powered budget build which of course my machine isn't lol. My 600T was also a HUGE upgrade.

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Totally agree... I went from an Antec 300 to my new Corsair 400R... My god, the upgrade was *massive*. Can even believe I bought that piece of crap.
I've told every one of my friends that wanted to buy a 300 what junk it is. Did they believe me? Nope! It is a good starter, though.

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Oh yeah. The complete product minus the 24pins I haven't sleeved yet.IMAG0038.jpgA little dark. My camera doesn't do justice.IMAG0040.jpg

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New mobo, cooler and revised cable management:) Happy camper sandy bridge:)

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It seems that I have to get a newer case one day. Mine seems a bit too small and its airflow is a bit critical. But currently its all right with it. CPU at 65-70°C and GPU at 55-60°C in FSX.Oh and these rigs look really nice! I like these new big cases! :smile:

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