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Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by Neohazard, Sep 4, 2007.

  1. Neohazard New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    QuadCore Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6850
    Gigabyte GA-P35-DQ6
    CORSAIR DOMINATOR DDR2-PC8500C5D - 2 GB 1066MHZ
    ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT 1GB DDR4 Sapphire
    SyncMaster 950B,SyncMaster Magic CX913T - Digital
    Realtek ALC885 @ ATI Radeon HD 2900 - High Definition Audio Controller
    Realtek ALC885 @ Intel 82801IB ICH9 - High Definition Audio Controller
    Floppy disk
    5 x HD´s ST380815AS 7200.10 (80 GB, 7200 RPM, SATA-II)
    HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-4163B
    HL-DT-ST DVD-ROM GDR8161B
    Ultra X3 1000 Watts PSU
    Customized Watercooler System
    Edifier MP1500 5.1 Sound System
    Play TV box
    Rounded blue Cables Akasa, IDE,Floppy and SATA all shielded
    3x Cold UV catode
    2x Fan´s 120mmx120m front and back
    Hydor Seltz L 35II 1.200Liters/Hours

    Mods:
    Water block from Vantec Sting Ray Kit--
    Customized Screews--
    Customized NOS Reservoier (Steel INOX)--
    Customized Radiator--
    Customized Side Window with blue paint for protection and without screews for fix the policabonate in window--
    Customized Relay for pump from Finder with conection base --
    Display from termaltake with temps measured from (15°C in cold weather) to (28,7°C warm weather)--
    Moded fans for radiador with 0,5 A each fan with 4.500 RPM--
    Sleeving kit yellow blue and Red for better cable management and stetic--
    Customized energy sata cables for HD´s controled by Dip switches for hot swap--

    Weight of all system 30Kg--
    Water with fluid 1 liter--

    FUTURE MODES

    MORE 2 GB RAM´S, PHYSX CARD AND ANOTHER HD 2900XT 1GB DDR4 FOR CROSSFIRE

    I buy this case because i like big cases ,and i wana built a system with two windows and for acomodate 5 HD´s and Water pump inside the case.
    I spent much time to built radiador and i use AutoCad to design it and i make some modes in beehive for better heat dissipation , the reservoier i built in 3 days the problem was to find an adapter to easy conection tubes and sealed it with a special oring.


    Mesage in botle

    For Overclocked PC only do not drink can cause death--
    Tech note:
    Most aplications may requiered more fuel for nitrous systems than a overclocked PC like this will allow.--

    enjoy it ;)
     
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  2. steelkane

    steelkane New Member

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    Very nice, well thought out build. 10 in my book.
     
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    tbuzz2 New Member

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    Wow!!

    Talk about "setting the bar". You put one hell of a system together, beautiful work. I dont even know what to say, but WOW!! Oh and i luv the Nos.
     
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    nice machine man... that is what I would call a case mod.... finally something original...

    good on ya

    Good choice of pump too, I used to have a little HYDOR L20 in my old rig and it worked a treat...
     
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    ccleorina New Member

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    WTF man...... I love your MoDs... WOW Man.... I give 10/10.... If u add one more HD2900 in CrossFire mod and 2Gb more RAM... I give u 100/100.... Nice....
     
  6. Neohazard New Member

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    tks a lot man ;)
     
  7. Neohazard New Member

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    nice machine man... that is what I would call a case mod.... finally something original...

    good on ya

    Good choice of pump too, I used to have a little HYDOR L20 in my old rig and it worked a treat...



    Hydor is the best pump that i ever see im market and is powerfull to push water in tubes u make a great choice to man tks for tge coments ;)
     
  8. Neohazard New Member

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    when u sad "setting the bar" what kind of thing u wana say my english is not good

    tks ;)
     
  9. britrb New Member

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    Could you post an image of the whole Rig please. From what I can see though its fantastic :)
     
  10. Polaris573

    Polaris573 Senior Moderator

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    It means you set the standards everyone else should try to achieve.
     
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    Case deserves a 10/10...Mods, nice case, NOS cooling, great specs...Nice work man, I don't give out many 10/10.
     
  12. Neohazard New Member

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    sure! i will take a big snap and send for u or post in my photoalbum ok tks again
     
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    Perfect 10!
     
  14. Neohazard New Member

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    tks again ;)
     
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    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    Superb Work!!!!!!!!
     
  16. Neohazard New Member

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    tks a lot for the vote ;)
     
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    People talk about having a 1337 case...but you just take it to a whole new level...

    ...10/10 wonderful case mod. Great work!
     
  18. Neohazard New Member

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    tks for the vote and for enjoy my case ;)
     
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    All I can say is this PC has to be one of the best on here. That kit is just fantastic... near enough as high end as you can go. The watercooling modification is excellent and original, and aptly suits the speed-demon that your PC no doubt is.
    Very neat cable routing and excellent toggle switches for the hard drives, excellent rig - a lot of care and thought clearly went into it.
     
  20. DaMulta

    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    I like it alot:)

    10/10

    Can you add a distance picture?

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    This one is a little close.

    edit: This pic looks good now
     
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  21. Neohazard New Member

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    I change the picture ok bye tks again for coments ;)
     
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    Nice cable managment man (and custom case) deffilently worth a 10/10 and thats micron d9 ic dominators! Cosair is not using Micron anymore... thier now using promo ic's which are not as good yet still priced as if it were micron d9s.

    power-ownage rig you got going there man.

    que voce ganho no lotto irmao! lol esto deve custa um fortuna ayi... qx6850 8O deve ser 2mill reals! ou mais :O
     
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  23. Neohazard New Member

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    man here in brasil i pay too much near R$3000,00 reais because taxes are very high here and did u see the PSU ? u like my HD2900XT costs R$ 1700,00 reais PSU R$1250,00 reais and i wait much for them come to my hands

    bye ;)
     
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    Thats one mean rig you got thier....10
     
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    tks a lot for the vote ;)
     

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