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[Case Gallery] New Case and Gear !!!

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by Kurtis, Apr 14, 2006.

  1. Kurtis New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    19" widescreen proview lcd
    Amd 3700 SanD Core 2.6/1mb/2000
    Abit KN8 Sli Board
    2x1gig Kingston HyperX
    2x37gig 10k WD Raptor
    TruePower2 Antec PSU
    2x6800gs's Evga CO
    Cooler Master Case
    Remote Start =P Front Panel w/temp Display
    2 80mm Intake , 2 80mm exhaust
    Stock Heatsink air ducted to a 120mm exhaust fan

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    I would show you guys more of the inside but I dont want to show my messy wiring job just yet. Well atleast intill I finish sleaving =).

    OC'ed to 2.6 from 2.2
    -Stock cooling was running cpu at 45-53c idle-load
    Now its 34-49c idle-load

    -gpu runs at 42-60c ide-load =o
    I need to do something about that
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  2. MasterDuDe656

    MasterDuDe656 New Member

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    That is pretty awesome! It would be nice to have a look inside of your case to see it all together, I love the analog gauges! Do they work for 24 Pin setups, or do you know? 8 out of 10 easy!
  3. drade

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    Niceee like that fan set up..


    I love how you got cigs in that ash tray with a lighter chillin at your computer desk, now thats a gamer.
  4. Kurtis New Member

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    ya my board is a 24pin , i love it cause I can hit the power button when I pull in the neighborhood kind of useless but just cool to have I get alot of woooo's and aahhh's
  5. MasterDuDe656

    MasterDuDe656 New Member

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    Thats awesome!! I wanted to get it for quite some time now, but was affraid it wouldnt work on my 24 pin setup because alot of people had said they needed to mod the plug to get it to work. This is great! Now I can get the "wooo's, and aahh's"!! But 1 question, why such small Hard Drive's?
  6. markkleb Guest

    I like the idea about the ducting. In a micro comp I built I used a 3" PVC elbow ($2 from HomeDepot)

    PS get a flash,lol
  7. Kurtis New Member

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    because Ive never filled up a 20 gig I got 2 for raid.

    cant believe everyone tells me to get a new case now I get even worse ratings =(
  8. goober New Member

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    Hey are those gauges really accurate? i was thinking about getting it but i didnt know if they were accurate and your the first person that ive seen that had them let me know how they work.
  9. Kurtis New Member

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    yes there really accurate ive tested with a digital thermo to make sure. Ones is my gpu and one is my cpu temp
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    OOTay New Member

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    cool setup! Can we see more of the case please?
  11. technicks

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    Realy like the setup. Great videocard.
    8/10
    Greetings from Holland
  12. PVTCaboose1337

    PVTCaboose1337 Graphical Hacker

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    I... Cant... see... the case. Post some pics. I thought that case could only hold 2 120mm fans.
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    Nice build it really close to mine.. I likey! Also that case kicks booootttyyy, and that monitor!!!

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