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  1. SIMP New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    ASUS P5WD2 Mobo, Pent. D 805 OC'd to Dual 3.8 GHz, 1 Gig PQI 667 Ram (4-4-4-12), Zalman CNPS9500 CPU Fan, Hipro 500W PSU, 80 Gig WD Sata HDD, GeForce 7800 GTX PCI-e
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    Awesome!! Only two things I don't like are the beige disk drive and the fact that the fan in your side panel isn't serving much of a purpose. It'd be better for the GPU or CPU. However if you just moved the hard drive up a slot or two it could cool that. Otherwise very nice PC. Good job on the wiring too.
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    Thanks wtf8269. That's the only CD Drive I had. The case came with some cheap Black CD Drive doors, but they were more trouble than they were worth.

    I recently moved the side fan and for some reason it has really helped my case temp. It stays at 77° F where as it was around 85-88° F. Again, I appreciate your comments and thanks for checking it out man.

    BTW, I checked your system out too via the "Pics" link under your sig. Very Nice!
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    Besides that CD Drive, everything is pretty much a beast in that thing. Damn!! 9/10!! (It would be a 10 if the CD Drive was black.)
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    LOL, Azn Tr14dZ. Thanks for the vote!!
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    ooooo shiny shiny blue. Thats one seriosuly blue glow, thats good though coz blue is nice. Nice spec. Great job with the wiring. Very very good job.... but the cd drive.... beige *twitches* beige is a crime against the eyes lol. Well done 9/10
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    Thanks xylomn. I guess I'm gonna have to get me a black CD Drive, huh? Maybe I can grab one this weekend!
  8. Snake_Eyes415 Guest

    What? A 2 & 4 vote? You guys are idiots! This system totally rocks. Ignore them SIMP. Nice job on this baby! 10/10!! Hoorah!
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    nothing new snake-eyes415. Theres some retards voting low on everyones projects for no reason bar they are jealous. Just ignore them.
  10. Azn Tr14dZ New Member

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    Yeah, there are people voting low on all comps, but eh...they have Dell's, so I kinda feel sorry for them.
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    it's a sweet system, good Vid card. The only thing is that it's a Pen D 805!!!!

    nice wireing, and over all, it's very clean. 7/10
  12. LittleunSTAble Guest

    yea its a nice buch of parts but where is the uniqueness. its all a buch of high end parts stuffed into a case. flip the window around add some lights and there you go. a normal case
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    "unqiueness" is in the eye of the beholder(or viewer) you might not like this unstable but some others do
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    I can appreciate everyone's comments. Like they say, "To each his own". Thanks to everyone for checking out my system and voting.....no matter how high or low they may be. Happy computing folks and many thanks!!
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    What's wrong with a Pentium D 805? It's a good budget processor that beats the Pentium EE if overclocked to 3.8-4.0GHz.
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    You're exactly right Azn Tr14dZ. That's why I saved myself $700-$900 by overclocking this D 805 and have it outperform several of the higher end chips. This is a very good setup. Incase anyone is interested in this processor here's an article that may assist you in deciding on it: http://www.tomshardware.com/2006/05/10/dual_41_ghz_cores/
  17. Hogan-78 Guest

    Hey Clocked, this D 805 chip over-clocked easily outperformed many of the high end Intel and AMD chips. What SIMP has here is an awesome PC. 10/10!!
  18. Tadpoll Guest

    Nice Get-Up! 10/10
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    I find it funny that you have a 7800GTX but only 80 gigs of hard drive space. Unless that 80 gigs is really 78.5 and you have a raptor, then why only one raptor.
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    cHillen, I do have an external USB 120 GB HDD that I use to store pictures, music, CD images and other data. I use my internal 80 GB for Windows and Applications.
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    Man you must have connections, eveyone votes on your case.
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    Just give all them LED fans a week or 2, they will soon loose their brightness. Very little case illumination is actually worth its money. Stuff like cathodes are safe tho, they always maintain their brightness.
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    Looks like more than a few "new" members have voted "10" on this system much like Green Blue Frog. Popular system.
    Last edited: Jun 29, 2006
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    What does green, blue, frog mean? I appreciate everyone checking out my system. Thanks to all.
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    I have a few as well?

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