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 Post subject: Two Silverstone TJ-08E gamer
PostPosted: Fri Jan 17, 2014 2:43 pm 
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Buildt this computer for a friend with his parts.
The build was pretty straightforward, although the ssd is mounted with screws on top of the small hard drive cage in the bottom.
The ssd also function as a funnel, and directs the air from the fan towards the chipset, cpu and memory.

Spec:
Asus GRYPHON Z87
Intel i5 4670k
Corsair domniator 2x4GB
Samsung EVO 120GB
WD 500GB HDD
WD 2000GB HDD
Asus Direct CU 7970
Seasonic 650W psu

To do:
Mount Nocutua cooler.

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Update to my personal rig:
After building the computer for a friend of mine, i got his old Silverstone TJ08e case, its slightly scratched and damaged around the psu mounting, but still really good.

Spec:
MSI B75MA-P45
Intel i7 2700k @ 4GHz
2x4 GB Crucial Ballistix 1600MHz
Corsair Force 60GB SSD
2TB WD green
Geforce GFX 660TI with AC solo cooler.
Creative X-FI Soundcard
Noctua nh-u12p se2
ZALMAN MFC1 Plus-B
Silverpower 500W psu

Temps after 1 hour prime95:
CPU: 63,67,65,62 (fans are running on as low voltage as possible. (5-6V, could go even lower, but the 180mm fan needs abit of an start up voltage.)

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 Post subject: Re: Silverstone TJ-08E gamer
PostPosted: Sun Jan 19, 2014 5:21 am 
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Hey, cool idea with SSD :D

When you will mount proper cooler on CPU, it would be nice to see how much GPU affects CPU temperatures in case design like this. In typical case (GPU below CPU), GPU on load can add 15°C or more to processor temperatures, I wonder if this kind of case design helps with that.


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 Post subject: Re: Silverstone TJ-08E gamer
PostPosted: Sun Jan 19, 2014 12:52 pm 
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axee wrote:
Hey, cool idea with SSD :D

When you will mount proper cooler on CPU, it would be nice to see how much GPU affects CPU temperatures in case design like this. In typical case (GPU below CPU), GPU on load can add 15°C or more to processor temperatures, I wonder if this kind of case design helps with that.


Thanks,
I got another case now, so its now added to the thread. (My friends computer, and mine)
I have updated mine with the temps. Its at least an indication.


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