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[Case Gallery] 4 U 2 NV

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by TeufelHund, Mar 20, 2006.

  1. TeufelHund New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    3.0Ghz LGA 775 chipset,Asus P5gd1, 3x512Mb Hynix memory modules, Ati X700 Pro 128Mb, 1x40Gb seagate 7200rpm Ide, 1x160Gb seagate 7200rpm sataII,LG DVD Rom, SB Audigy 2 zs, Asus Tv fm card, Aopen 400Watt Psu.

    Mods:
    Added 2x15cm uv cathodes, installed water cooler along with 2x80mm radiators, insalled copper ram coolers, added uv cable sleeving, painted fan blades on both radiator uv green

    At the moment my PSU is pretty C$%p seeing as how my last psu decided to burn out on me and at the same time it decided to melt the 4pin molex connector on my mobo!?! so I need to get a new psu before I add the uv cable sleeving again but considering the price of a decent psu here in South Africa I think Ill wait a while otherwise at the moment Im out of inspiration Im unsure what I should change or improve so any suggestions or help would be appreciated
     
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    wtf8269 New Member

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    Nice rig man, I'm liking the multiple colors. I always liked UV rigs with colorful UV reactive insides. I think it beats single colored insides. (EX: My all blue inside, always kind of wanted to do something about it.)

    You're hurting your dual channel by running three sticks though instead of two or four. Unless you can get dual channel with three sticks on the 775 Intels. I wouldn't really know seeing as my knowledge is more AMD-oriented.
     
  3. PVTCaboose1337

    PVTCaboose1337 Graphical Hacker

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    hmm... Not to great, but also not bad. I would give you a 6.5 of 10.
     
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    Nice clean case, deffinetly like the UV. You should put some more pics
     
  5. AL_SKAPONE Guest

    Wow ...What brand of lights are those...those are really nice
     

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