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    Obviously a Skulltrail and on further searching via Google I found the specs on this. :)

    CM Cosmos S
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    2x Intel QX9775 Quad Core
    2x Zotac 9800GX2’s
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    It now seems its missing the top GX2...no idea why.

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    www.coolercases.co.uk

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    that is one smexy machine:D
     
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    Because it had a 480 in the one I took a photo of :p


    I also had a go on a system running of of those new intel 6 core extreme processors.
     
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    I know GX2's when I see them, this is one with the cover modded to fit the block....the other is missing. ;)
     
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    I stand corrected after Acid bombarded me with pictures on msn XD
     
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    He loved it.
     
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    will be better if they use a EVGA SR2 with 2 i7 980, 48gb of ram and 3 gtx480:D
     
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    Few pics from my system :

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    My Good/old Trad2 GTX on my GTX285
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    You need one of these biaches on that GTZ.. 19 euro shipped.

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    crap pic as far as clarity goes but i'll grab more later....

    $5000 in in cpus

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    ooOOOooo confidential!
     
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    I got some sexyness. real sexyness

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    I'm turning into a Koolance Whore!
     
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    What the hell is that?
     
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    Picture works for me a lot better then talking about it over and over... lol.. Got tons that will be posting in my log in a bit.
     
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    well the upmp and top look nice but the res on it just looks awkward like its in the wrong spot. no offense
     
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    All good man. I know others do, will, feel the same way Overclock. To me, I didn't want a "big res", but I didn't want a T-line going for it ether. We'll see how it looks with the rad after a bit. right now working on some stuff for a friend.
     
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    Pump top
    http://www.performance-pcs.com/cata...oduct_info&cPath=59_439_772&products_id=26481

    res
    http://www.performance-pcs.com/cata...e=product_info&cPath=59_368&products_id=27206

    top for res
    http://www.performance-pcs.com/cata...e=product_info&cPath=59_368&products_id=26697

    everything else for a bigger res
    http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=59_368


    For me, I believe it's a lot better small factor. you can place it in a bay and not worry at all. Few barbs and you'll be golden.

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    Nice, I'm getting one when I can manage it. I'd grab something to make the input go straight into the res tho. I have to run my Alphacool DDC res top the way you have yours setup up, and it doesn't flow as well as when I run it to the res itself. Problem is, I can't get it to stop cycloning when I run it to the res.
     
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    All I'm waiting for is the block to come in and I'll be putting a small loop going to see how it works out.

    I believe that Koolance is making a acrylic piece for the inside.. Something like this.. Just can't find it...
     

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