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[Case Gallery] Tecnofront HWD

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by boulard83, May 7, 2010.

  1. boulard83

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    I7 920 @ 4ghz
    P6TD Deluxe
    3x2gb Gskill trident @ 1530mhz 7-7-7-21 1.54v
    HD5870 @ 955/1300 1.187v
    Antec Quattro 1200 OC
    X25-M OS/apps
    WD VR games
    WD green Storage
    TFC xChanger 360
    Gentle typhoon 1850rpm
    2x MCP655 in series
    all 1/2 Bitspower
    Swifteck Komodo 5800
    2x Lamptron FC5
    LG DVD
    Tecnofront HWD

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    This is a "fonction over fashion" build. I slightly modded the HWD. Added 2x120mm too blow at the mobo, also moded HDD cage to fit my X25-M. CPu and GPU are watercooled.

    3dmark06 : 26743 at 4.4ghz HTon and gpu @ 1066/1325. Not bad for a single GPU ;)
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    NICE SET UP BRO!! Got me wanting that HWD. just might get one........dude...you overclocked a 2.67 to 4.4......nice :) over all, i'm diggin your rig man. I'm a perfectionist so i would clean up that nest on the back end but that's just me. 8/10
    feel free to rate my rigs, although mine are not as beefy or sophisticated as yours.
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    @oqsajec

    Thx alot for comment. As i told, this rig is for " fonction over fashion ".

    The back look a little messy but this is like your backpannel on a regular computer .. this is where you hide your wires !


    After about 2 weeks with this thing, i still really love it. The GT's on the TFC360 runs at 1050rpm and keep my water at ~5°c from room after several hours of gaming.

    I think ill never go back to standard case after this. Even a girl friend of mine (not geek at all) told me that she liked the look of the thing.
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    Few more ~finished~ pics.

    I Added a front USB/eSata but its not yet fixed.

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    thats it ! :)
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    Raw!!!

    Straight raw!!! I'd love to do a rig like this but my boys be all over it in a heart beat. I'd have juicy juice flowing through my tubes and noodles in the fans! But seriously though, artistically raw and primal yet high tech. Makes me want to do one and rig some old cathode ray tubes to light up with it. Go all dr frankenstein. Anyway Cool machine dude!
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    Thx alot :)
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    Very nice bench build, I found some greaT wallpaper's from it,, Thanks
  8. boulard83

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    Thanks :) Im still very pleased with the "thing" :)
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    9/10. Thats some awesome stuff you got there. WOW!
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    Very interesting build:)
    I for one am impressed~!
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Thanks

    And thanks again !





    The "thing" is running for nearly a month now and its really quiet and i still really like how it looks like.

    Someone asked me " what is this thing ? " ... my computer... " no it cant be a computer ... ". Alwais funny ! :D
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    9/10 from me, awesome!
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    Thank you johnny !
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