HAF X build with new fans
Hey after some work me and my friend have finished rebuilding my PC from a NZXT Phantom with stock fans to a Coolermaster HAF X and 3 new 200mm CM megaflow red led fans in the top and side and a Xigmatek 140mm XAF F-1451 in the back
Case: Coolermaster HAF X
Fans: 1x 230mm red led in front 1x 200mm red led in the side 2x 200mm red led in the top and 1 Xigmatek 140mm XAF F-1451 in the back
Fan Controller: Zalman ZM-MFC1 Plus
PSU: NZXT HALE 90 1000W
Optical Drives: 1x LG CH10LS20 and 1x Pioneer DVR 216D
HDD: 1x WD Caviar Black WD2002FAEX 2 TB and 1x WD Caviar Green WD20EADS 2 TB
SSD: 1x Kingston SSDNow V+ 128 GB
Motherboard: ASUS Rampage III Extreme Black Edition
CPU: Core i7 Extreme Edition I7-975
CPU Cooler: Noctua Nh-U12P SE2 with 1x Noctua NF-P12 and 1x Enermax Magma
RAM: 12 GB of Kingston HyperX 3 x 4 GB 1600 MHz CL-9-9-9-27
GPU: Geforce 8800 GTX (yeah its old as hell but my HD 6990 is broken)
Soundcard: Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Pro Series
Flat Screen: ASUS VW266H
Mouse Pad: Razer Goliathus Control Edition (old version)
Mouse: Razer Imperator (old version)
Keyboard: Razer Lycosa
Sound system: Onkyo NR-808 Surround Receiver and Harman Kardon HKTS 60 speakers
What kind of temps are you pulling?
Could do with a bit of sleeving and cable management if you're not looking to get to extreme. If you are, you could cut a couple holes either below or behind the mobo to route those bottom wires.
All clock speeds are just stock for now and the idle temps for the CPU are 31-35c and 64c for the 8800 GTX in idle.
I haven't had time yet to max i out so i cant tell you the max temps.
The next thing i have planned is to replace my Kingston SSDNow V+ 128 GB SSD with the new Kingston HyperX 240 GB SSD before the year is over
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