Baruch

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  1. Hi saipan The WD Black has 64MB. Doesn't this Green model (WD10EZRX) have 64MB cache as well? Also, I was referring the the Mid Tower HAF XM, which seems to be officially compatible with the Nepton 280L.
  2. Thanks for pointing it out. What about the HAF XM or the HAF XB? Seems like everything will fit inside quite nicely
  3. Thanks for the quick reply. I will not be upgrading past a 1 HDD and 1 SSD setup, so I guess I'm fine in that aspect. Now, the Cosmos SE seems to be very expensive where I live. The cheapest I found was 3-4 times the price of the HAF 912 and CM690 III. The CM690 III looks really awesome and is actually the same price of the HAF 912, but is there any reason to pay extra for the Cosmos SE? I don't really care for the bling effect. Thanks for the suggestion for the CPU cooler and the case fans I indeed want to install a liquid cooler for the CPU and will definitely look into the Nepton 280L CPU cooler.
  4. Hello everyone, I'm planning a PC build I will be using primarily for gaming, but I'm not so sure which case I should buy. Unfortunately the room in which the PC is going to be placed in tends to heat up fairly easily, so I'm looking for a well ventilated model. The case I'm considering at this moment is the Cooler Master HAF 912 Combat Windowed Version. Another concern of mine is if my build (primarily PSU & GPU) will actually fit inside that case, and how well will I be able to cool my CPU with a larger fan or liquid cooling solutions. MOTHERBOARD: GIGABYTE GA-X99 Gaming 5. GPU: GIGABYTE GTX 970 G1 Gaming. CPU: Intel Core i7 5820K. PSU: Cooler Master V850. RAM: G.Skill 4x4GB DDR4 @ 2400Mhz. SSD: Crucial M550 (M550SSD1) 128GB. HDD: Either Western Digital Caviar Green 1TB or Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB. I'm leaning towards the Green. (Input on choosing one over the other is highly appreciated!) I will be very happy if you could also suggest me an aftermarket set of fans for the case itself and some sort of cooling solution for the CPU that would fit the build. I don't think I will need additional cooling for the GPU as the Gigabyte G1 has pretty good cooling. Thanks in advance!