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    Default Black Cherry Corsair 700D (Rebuild Oct, 2012)

    Hey All,

    Some of you might have seen this case in a old build about little over a year ago, well I had taken that rig apart and rebuild another PC for my main rig and this case was sitting idle for a while.
    Thought about selling the case a couple of times, but it was hard to let it go. So since I had been promising my better half a new rig about 6 months now, I finally dedicated some time to build it. This was the perfect time for me to reuse this case and a couple of other parts I had laying around. So far she is happy with it, as it replaced her old P55 i5 750 rig which was a little dated, she was using a hand me down PC from me, so it was time to get her something better.

    As far as this build goes, Its built it for some gaming, but primarily she will be using for video editing and encoding, also picture editing (adobe lightroom) and her scrapbook programs.

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    Case: Corsair 700D - Custom Painted (House of Colours - Black Cherry Red) with 800D side Panel
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    Coolant - Distilled water + PT Nuke + Silver Coil

    I finished the build actually a few weeks ago, but I didn't get a chance to post anything since I have been busy with some reviews.
    Finally had time to edit some pics and here they are...































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    Default Re: Black Cherry Corsair 700D (Rebuild Oct, 2012)

    Looks great Kenny. I love that case!
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    Default Re: Black Cherry Corsair 700D (Rebuild Oct, 2012)

    Awesome Kenny! You do not need 2 rads for the rig. it's overkill. The 320 would have cooled everything

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    Default Re: Black Cherry Corsair 700D (Rebuild Oct, 2012)

    Thanks!!

    I know, but its not meant for the CPU as much, its more for the GPU's, They are OC and can get HOT. On air they were hitting 95c+ but under water right now they are hitting 45c-50c at full load. This is with the fans at the lowest setting to keep the system quiet.. Fan Controller is at 40% which is the lowest it can go before it turns the fans off.

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    Default Re: Black Cherry Corsair 700D (Rebuild Oct, 2012)

    Still 1 120.3 rad will easily cool the system on low speed.

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    Default Re: Black Cherry Corsair 700D (Rebuild Oct, 2012)

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Still 1 120.3 rad will easily cool the system on low speed.
    True, but I already have the rad, so why not.. lolz

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    Default Re: Black Cherry Corsair 700D (Rebuild Oct, 2012)

    really looks cool thanks for posting

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    Good job Kenny, I'm sure your better half will be very happy with her new system !
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    Nice, Nice, Nice. Great job Kenny.

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    Great looking build Kenny!

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    Well Done Kenny!!

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    Hey Kenny,
    How do you like the NZXT extensions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesLT3 View Post
    Hey Kenny,
    How do you like the NZXT extensions?
    They aren't bad, the only things is I felt the 6pin ones were a little on the short side, If you look at the pic of the back (wire management) you can see the plugs are right at the rubber grommets. Just enough length wise. It would have been nice if they were 1 or 2 inches longer.

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    Nice looking build. I'm sure your wife appreciates it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    They aren't bad, the only things is I felt the 6pin ones were a little on the short side, If you look at the pic of the back (wire management) you can see the plugs are right at the rubber grommets. Just enough length wise. It would have been nice if they were 1 or 2 inches longer.
    Thanks Kenny!Yeah i see that now you have mentioned it. Humm that might be a deal breaker,it looks like the 700D has better routing than my HAF-X.Do you know exacly how long it is? Sorry for the questions but Ive been looking to add some extensions to my main rig and have been looking at the NZXT's.

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    No Problem James, They are just shy of 10". But most extensions that I have seen are about the same length unless you go custom.
    But I really like the NZXT sleeving which is why I choose them, plus the color was exactly what i was looking for.

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