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    Okay i'm new to the forum. But haven't had luck this past year trying to get any info from "TweakTown" and i ran across you guys place, You guys look busy and nice setup. Lots of reviews on stuff to what i can see from just a quick glance.

    Okay i filled out my System Spec stuff hope it's enough, But incase dont go looking i got a Antec 1200 and a Mushkin Modular 650w PSU.

    I'm looking at changing these out, Reason being on the Case is because i'm looking at getting a GTX 285 or 295 Video Card, Contiplating waiting for the 300 series to release though. And there little longer then my 8800GT's. My Dad has 9800 GTX's and there longer and it's all right into the HDD bays. Yes i can move the HDD's up and around but if i move them up so the SATA Cables not right against the Cards then the cables from my PSU blocks the Air flow from the Fans in the front of the case.

    Reason i want to get a Different PSU from my Mushkin 650w is couple of reasons, Upgradding the video cards im going to need a bigger PSU, Also one that has the 6 Pin Connectors for the Video Cards, Single or even SLi 2+, Also the Cables on this one and i've had it for over a year now are very stiff, They haven't lossened up and i'm not happy about it.

    So i would like you guys personal advice on what would be the best Case & PSU you would recommend, Case thats better in Legnth, Decent cooling, decent room, Don't look retarded lol. And a PSU that has good wattage, Good amount of Cables, Modular, and not stiff Cables, So there easy to route and hide well in the case.

    I would appreciate any and all help and advice, If need to ask me more info on stuff feel free and i'll get back to this ASAP.

    Thank You.

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    Welcome to PUREOC,

    Can't give you exactly specific model until you tell us your budget.
    We have ton of reviews on PSU and Case, please take a look at our review section.

    On top of my head the Cooler Master ATCS 840 is the best choice for case air flow and big enough to fit big longer cards. Our own editor Skyguy using it, he is the source give you good advise on these two items. He's the one does most the reviews here.

    Regarding to the GTX300 series, the rumour releasing date is late in March this year if everything go as planed. You're better wait before you pull the trigger on the grfx card.

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    Oh DUH, Knew i forgot something hehehe. Umm as for Budget, I don't really have one ATM. I personally dont want to go over $1k US. Plan on buying 2 Cases and 2 PSU's of the same. For me and my Dad as stated in the OP.

    But really amazed you got here so fast.

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    If your budget isnt to tight, I would suggest a good Full tower case like the lian li case line. They come equipped with great cooling options and thier full towers offer quite a bit of room in them. They are also very classy looking Cases.

    As for Power supply Enermax and X4 makes some very nice modular ones with varied price ranges.
    With power supply's getting so beefy lately the main thing to look at along with wattage is thier efficiency. Anything that boasts 85% and above efficiency is more than acceptable.

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    Welcome to PureOC!

    Like Deton, I'm gonna recommend the ATCS 840. I'm using it myself, and it's a fantastic case; lots of room for components, good airflow, supports big watercooling setups and doesn't come in at a very steep price like some Lian Li cases do. I'd also wait for the new NVidia cards if I were you, just so you don't end up regretting purchasing a different card. The ATCS 840 is more than capable of supporting long video cards as well, by the way, as it completely dwarfs my HD4870X2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreakyZ View Post
    But really amazed you got here so fast.
    LOL....you didn't know? I'm a troll around here :cool: better watch out.....j/k!

    Yes, Lian Li are best but they are quite expensive. So it's look like each unit gotta be under $250 (tax and other included).

    I think you need at least around 850w - 1000w PSU if you want to power those cards.

    BTW, wait for Dr. D, he's might hook you up with some deal on the PSU.
    Are you live in States?

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    Okay, Yeah i've looked at the Lian Li's they are bit pricey. but if it's worth the money i don't care kinda thing. That ATCS looks decent, Also kinda setup like the Lian Li's are.

    As for the PSU, I was figuring about 900 - 1000w Just don't know which one to go with, I just want a good one thats nto going to fail on me, Modular, And cables that aren't stiff. So i can route them without issues, This Mushkin i got is a nice PSU, But the cables are stiff and you can'r really do much with them because you twist or bend them and they don't stay connection right into the HDD's with the Sata.

    And trolls are good lol, Just with TT they had gotten real bad this past year on ignoring posts, So i've gotten use to taking forever to get a reply, But after what i've seen here i'm REALLY glad i found you guys.

    Yes i live in States, Az actually.

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    I always fond with Enermax PSU, they have good quality build and they a represent dealer locally where I live therefore I always been using them. Their PSU reliable except when I blowed them up twice, the service was good at least for me. I can't speak for different location dealer thought.

    Take a look at this unit http://www.pureoverclock.com/review.php?id=801 , you won't regret it.

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    Welcome to PureOC Freaky! We'll try to answer as quickly as possible, we're an easy going bunch. Make sure you bring the drinks

    Ok case....Cooler Master ACTS 840 is outstanding. Silverstone TJ07 and TJ10 are also excellent. If you're on more of a budget, I agree with Duff.....Cooler Master Sniper or HAF 932. Kinda depends also on your aesthetic preferences....looking for bling or classic?

    As for PSU.....Enermax Revolution or Enermax Galaxy Evo.....OUTSTANDING. Cables aren't stiff either, and two of the very best you'll find on the market. Silverstone also makes a couple very good ones as well in that range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    I always fond with Enermax PSU, they have good quality build and they a represent dealer locally where I live therefore I always been using them. Their PSU reliable except when I blowed them up twice, the service was good at least for me. I can't speak for different location dealer thought.

    Take a look at this unit http://www.pureoverclock.com/review.php?id=801 , you won't regret it.

    I have to agree whole heartedly with Deton here. I have had nothing but good experiences with my enermax PSU's. Their 1KW model is a bit pricey, around 300 USD. But for the money you are gonna get a good looking, great performing and efficient modular power supply.

    If you liked the Lian Li PC Line, Corsair makes a VERY nice yet really expensive case called the 800D Obsidian. Completeley matt Black internal with good zone cooling. But like I said you are going to have to fork out some big bucks for it. 350 USD was the last price I saw, but Im sure you can find one cheaper on amazon or Ebay.

    Hope that helps.

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    I've yet to see anything on power consumption for the Fermi cards but you can almost guarantee they will cost an arm and leg. I guess though that if you buy a psu capable of running 2 295's you will be ok so something that is greater than or equal to the power of a PC P&C 910 although that particular model won't suit as it is not modular. So in view of the comments above perhaps a good candidate would be the Enermax Revolution 85+ 1050W
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    most 1Kw PSU cost around $300 unless you get a deal on it for less than $300. Put this way a good quality PSU will last you for a lifetime. It's probably the last componment you're going to upgrade from the rest of the rig. So don't skim on PSU.

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    Okay i got enough info now i think to go and think on it and talk over see what money i'm goign to have etc..

    1 last thing though, i'm looking at this some.. Might help clean up case without it havign wires everywhere i hope. what do you guys think?

    http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php...Story&reid=142

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    Did you notice that it is not a standard size? ...Special for Antec cases...bigger. This is not to say it is a bad one or that with a little inginuity and case modding it would not fit others but I would stick with the Signature for most cases at this sort of output
    Rig2: 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @2.4), Asus z9 pe-d8 ws, 32gb ripjawsz under water, rig3 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @2.4), Supermicro 7047A-T 16GB 1600 ecc reg, on air, Rig4: 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @3.1), Supermicro x9 DAi 16GB 1600 ecc reg, on air, Rig5: 2*e5-2660 (16c/32t @2.7), Supermicro x9 DRW iF 32GB 1600 ecc reg, on air

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