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[Project] Resurrection: Erazer's Dominator

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by ERazer, Apr 10, 2010.

  1. Radical_Edward

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    Wow, that's a big difference. Kinda sucks, but I guess you could always get some ramsinks or a different ram cooler that doesn't have LEDs.
     
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  2. ERazer

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    running linX

    my old temp with mega p/p

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  3. ERazer

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    new one, 5c difference , i need a better fan i got x3 scythe ultra kaze 1000 rpm, sure is quite but hell it doesnt push air

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  4. Chicken Patty

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    can't wait to see the final, looks really good so far :toast:
     
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  5. ERazer

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    need suggestions for a better fan, link pls -ty
     
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    Are those Temp differences made by different CPU fans? Or by case fans? Hope to see the final product too Bud!:toast:

    I'm envious right now........:wtf::eek::D
     
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    Keep the OCZ ran cooler, but find some fans to replace the ones in it.
     
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  9. ERazer

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    i might just snip the light off, really dont like too many lights thats y i put a switch on the uv cathode so i can turn it off while playing

    one more thing im planning to grab 5870/5850 in the next few days and i can already tell i dont have room for it, reserv gonna in the way :mad:

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    I'm curious about where you fit the 120.3 there?
     
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    not sure wat exactly ur asking but hre, at top

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    Yeap I see it now it's so stealth and blended with the case I didn't see it at 1st.Gj!
     
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    Wow!
     
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  14. ERazer

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    well finally found a place to hide my UV light switch :D haf fill port! its perfect fit :rockout:

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    Awesome dude!
     
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  16. ERazer

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    for such a big case it feels lil cramp :p
     
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    You do have a lot of stuff in there. ;)
     
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    Like they say, you just can't stop wanting to add more and more stuff to make it more awesome and awesome is what pushes us to do this "craziness", isn't it, hehe?

    Cheers and Saludos
     
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    Very nice and good work:)
     
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    Sorry for lack of update, in the process of getting 5870 water block, another Rad, and new fans. will update when i get all the parts
     
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    Glad to hear it. :D
     
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    well been awhile but got my parts i should able to finish project up :toast:

    got my komodo 5800 water block and 4 gentle typhoon

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    nice to see your getting parts in. I must say those fans aren't easy on the eyes but they are good fans (atleast people say they are never used them myself) but to each there own :)
     
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    Those Gentle typhoons would sure make a difference Bud! Are those 120mm's or 92's?
     
  25. ERazer

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    well took awhile but finally had the time to install my gpu block, heres some temp and ill post pics later tonite

    minor OC 900/1300

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