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[Case Gallery] My AXP setup(for now)

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  1. bigboi86

    bigboi86 New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    Athlon XP-M 13x200 2.0v - 2x 1gb G.Skill PC3200 'NS' - XFX Nvidia 6800@451/900 Vmem mod - Antec NeoHE 550watt - Zalman VF-700 AlCu - Zalman 7000b-Cu LED - ATI Tv Wonder pro

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    Overclocked, voltmodded, cut side panel window, cut out the fan grills, and cut out the HDD racks up front, soon-to-be custom paint job. Will take more pics.
     
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    Solaris17 Creator Solaris Utility DVD

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    nice!!! i whant 2.6Ghz my 2800+ plus wont go abouve 2.4.
     
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    Nice PC! I like the Zalman Cooler on you CPU. But why do you have an Athlon64 sticker on your case?
     
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    Because this rig is usually an Athlon 64(look at my PC specs).

    My motherboard is off for RMA right now, I have a 939 cpu sitting next to me, and a dead MSI K8N neo2 platinum.

    I have two different 939 cpu's I'm going to be overclocking and testing when my motherboard arrives. I will make a seperate page for the new mod.

    EDIT: Forgot to add my ATI Tv Wonder Pro, and my other mods.

    EDIT2: Solaris, I'm selling this CPU if you want it ;)
     
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    nice rig!
     
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    nice and clean, i like it
     
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    Wow 2v? What are your load/idle temps?
     
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    I run 13x200 for max, 24/7 settings are 12x200 1.8v, load temps around 45c

    13x200 2.0v gets kinda hot and it's not completely stable, just do it for benchmarking fun. I've maxed out at 2700mhz with the chip.
     
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    cables well arranged, tidy, well done
     
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    Bump, added more pics. Notice the normal front HDD racks are removed, and fan grills have all been cut out :) I have enough space up front for a dual 120 BIP2 radiator.

    I get LOTS of airflow. 4 Sunon 40CFM 80mm fans. That's 160CFM moving through my case very efficiently, and unobstructed. The Zalman cools very good like this.

    Also, the cut around that handle was freehand with a dremel, I haven't even filed it out yet.

    Also, you can't see in the pic very well the color of my case. It's silver, it looks like this

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    The camera I am using sucks... bad..

    You will see this case later on with all new hardware and modded to hell :)
     
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