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[Case Gallery] AEROENGINE 2 ( in blue)

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  1. pt

    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    AMD ATHLON 3000+@2600mhz, ASUS M2N-E, 2x512MB G.SKILL DDR2 533@743mhz, Powercolor X1800GTO, Creative SoundBlaster 24bit live, raidmax 500W silent, Aerocool Aeroengine 2, 40GB IDE HDD seagate barracuda, lg dvd/rw

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    Cooling: 2x80mm fan on the side, 1x140mm fan in the front, 1x120mm on the rear, stock cooling for now

    Needs wiring and a new PSU, post your comments about it (has better pictures now)
     
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    no comments, or ideas?
     
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    guess not...
     
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    Love that turbine in front lol. Looks pretty clean overall but what is your voltage on your 3000+ at 2,6ghz?
     
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    Really nice, and pretty neat(for not having sleeved cables). The only thing I would change is your stock cooler and one of your 80mm fans for LED(I love LED, especially blue, but it's more of my opinion). Great though!
     
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    Was this case easy to work with?

    What kind of temps do you often get?
     
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    JC316 Knows what makes you tick

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    Thats a pretty sweet rig. Clean and simple, plus I love that fan in the front. I give it an 8 outta 10.
     
  8. pt

    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    thanks for the votes
    the vcore is at 1.45 at 2600mhz, but with the stock cooler it was stable at 2742mhz at 1.75vcore, at 55ºc under load
    i need a new PSU and a CPU cooler first, then i will get the cables sleeved
    the cpu cooler will probabily a THERMALRIGHT SI-128 or a A.C. freezer 64
    the case is very easy to work with and the mobo panel can be taken off for easy mounting,it is a very good case with plenty airflow, especially if you have passive cooling on your parts, the temps on the GFX card at 33% fan in idle is 60ºc and 63 at 50% fan under load(not overcloked), the mobo under load and high never goes higher than 45ºc
     
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    Watch out it doesn't take off with that turbine.
    8 from me.
     
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    very nice
     
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    toady i will buy two noiseblocker xl2 fan for the side, and a new psu, when i buy a new cooler i will post more pics, that big fan on the front is very quiet btw, 20db
    thanks for the votes
     
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    Great

    yours great 7/10
     
  13. Judas

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    Nice.. if your thinking of new psu think about getting a modular one. Try one of those AC freezer 64 pro s, for your processor they dont cost much either
     
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    Nicely done. Elegent and tidy without being in-your-face style, 8\10.
     
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    i already got a lcpower 550w green power (85% efficiency), supposed to have the quality of the oc-z in reviews
     

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