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[Case Gallery] 0v3rl0rd's PC

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by deodato, Jan 13, 2007.

  1. deodato Guest

    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    MBO DFI LanParty UT nF590 SLi-M2R, CPU AMD Athlon64 X2 4200+ BOX sck AM2, VGA Sapphire ATI Radeon X1900XT, 1024 MB DDR RAM SuperTalent CL4 @ 800 MHz, HDD 320 GB Seagate 7200 rpm S-ATA 2 16 MB cache, DVD-RW Samsung SH-W163A 16x DL S-ATA, DVD-RW LG 20x DL ATA, OCZ 520 W ModStream ATX v2.0, Sunbeam Tuniq Symmetry Black

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    Original VGA fan replaced with Zalman VF900-Cu. I did this firstly because the normal VGA's temperature was minimum 54°C and while playing it reached 89°C =(. With Zalman normal working temperature is 44°C and while playing it doesn't go over 64°C =)

    Hy to everyone. Just replaced the original VGA fan, but hope to do more soon. Planing to buy the Zalman CPU fan and put in some neon bulbs or strings.
  2. Branimir

    Branimir New Member

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    Lijepo lega, kupis i meni takvog. 10/10
  3. pt

    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    how much did you overclock the cpu?
    7/10
  4. deodato Guest

    This can wait a while since it has 2 cores. First I'm going to buy the CPU fan because it goes over 60 degrees while playing, and I don't won't to "play" with OC right now. I'll do that soon (buy the fan and OC).
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    ^ dang thats hot, you sure u seated it right?... i like the case though, nice and clean
  6. deodato Guest

    What do U think of? The CPU or VGA? Everything is well seated, no doubt 'bout that. The fact is that the VGA produces more heat than all the rest together (well, this was the case without the Zalman), and is placed below the CPU, and as U know, hot air is lighter than the "cold" one, and it goes up, to the CPU and warms things up. Well, it's not hot like hell, but it gets a little bit warmed when playing. I saw on the internet that the X1900 series VGA produces a lot of heat but 89 degrees was for me way to hot, although there was written that this is normal for X1900 series.
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    Yeah, its normal, but Id be wary of those temps. If you set up your case to have a good air flow system, I wouldnt worry about the temps to much.

    PS. Beautiful case. For some reason, everytime I see sunbeam, it makes me think of bread. We have a company down here that makes bread called Sunbeam. Case is beautiful and so is wiring and components. 8/10
  8. deodato Guest

    TNX. I'll try to facelift it up, but haven't got any time right now. I'm planning to put some cool fangrill, neon bar or string, maybe i'll put 2 small case fans instead of the big one on the back. Just need some time...
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    EviLZeD New Member

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    yea the case looks awesome nice build cable management :D
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  11. aristotel Guest

    naslof

    Jebo vaku kantu!

    Sine vrati se kuci!!!
  12. deodato Guest

    Look dude, I think that this forums are for voting not insulting or outraging someones "bin". if you have to say stg say it, give arguments, don't just say that it's a piece of s*** or stg like that. TNX
    BTW koja je tvoja "kanta" frende?
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  13. pt

    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    report him, and the mods will ban him ;)
    these guys shouldn't be here posting shit
  14. deodato Guest

    I should, but I won't. They're just jealous and childish
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    Thermopylae_480 New Member

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    Aristotel has been given an infraction for his previous remarks.
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    Looks like a fast system just needs to hide the cables a little bit more and your set.
  17. Michael Johnson Guest

    looks clean, give you a 10
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    8 for a clean sys build .................. the black case is pretty cool lookign too.
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    8/10 nice clean build, and gd case :D
  20. deodato Guest

    TNX guys =)
  21. xXx...dIn05...xXx Guest

    give you 7/10 cause you need a wire managment:)
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    Very tidy!!
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    nice specs, and excellent cable management.
  24. redscro Guest

    I voted 10/10 because:

    Izgleda bolje nego sam mislio, sta oni pricaju da je tvoj kanta, izgleda skoro bolje od mog :) 10/10
  25. redscro Guest

    Evo opet 10...

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