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Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by Drugsh, Jun 24, 2011.

  1. Drugsh

    Drugsh New Member

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    Amd phenom II x6 1100t running at 5.0ghz
    2X 6970running at 1015 mhz
    Liquid cooling coolant is custom made

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    Case is modified by me
    Cooling is custom build...
     
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    :)

    Does it run on Gas :) ... very industrial
     
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    I voted 7/10 because:

    I like it...very steam-punk
     
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    what a grungy beast that machine is
     
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    I voted 7/10 because:

    Love how individual it is!
     
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    Guys i now its not dat spectacular in looks but wat makes it kickass is its cooling system.....i can o.c my cpu at any multiplier i want rite now m running it on 5.0ghz nd temp never cross 53.4 C...i dont go on luks rather i go for perfomance nd quit operation.everything is cooled by liquid cooling kit from Mobo to gpu...
     
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    The rat rod is the visualization of the idea of function over form. Rat rods are meant to be driven, not shown off.

    This was meant to be a compliment to your work.
     
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    That looks really strange... I like "strange". Do you have more, perhaps larger pictures of the cooling itself??

    The radiator at the side looks like the oilcooler from my motorcycle..

    EDIT: What's the liquid you are using?
     
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    I have amd phenom x4 .. your system case is awesome ..
     
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    I voted 10/10 because:

    The case could be better, but getting that AMD at 5.0 GHz is awesome (reason why my vote is 10). The cooling on your system also looks impressive... just needs a theme. Have you consider modding with a bigger case?
     
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    I voted 9/10 because:

    I think this case is pretty sweet looking. could be a little cleaner though...
     
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    cant say i like the looks but for what it was modded for i can say i will give a 7/10 from me
     
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    I voted 9/10 because:

    great job, monster machine
     

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