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[Case Gallery] VENOM DESK PC

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by gonyaluaxis, Jul 8, 2012.

  1. gonyaluaxis New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    CPU:INTEL I7-2600K
    M/B:GIGABYTE P67A-UD4-B3
    GPU:HIS 6970 2 GB & SAPPHIRE 6950 2 GB CF
    RAM:CORSAIR VENGEANCE 8 GB 1600 MHZ CL8
    SSD:OCZ VERTEX3 60 GB, OCZ VERTEX 2 60 GB
    PSU:COOLERMASTER SILENT PRO GOLD 800W
    CPU BLOCK:EK SUPREME HF FULL NICKEL
    GPU BLOCK:2X EK SUPREME HF UNIVERSAL
    RADS: EK COOLSTREAM XTX 240, EK COOLSTREAM XT 360
    RES: EK BAY SPIN DUAL 5.25"
    PUMP:ALPHACOOL VPP 655 WITH D5-X TOP REV.2
    F/C:AEROCOOL X-VISION
    FANS:5X COOLERMASTER STICKLEFLOW 120MM, 3X XIGMATEK 140MM
    EK CLEAR COOLANT
    MASTERKLEER TUBING
    14X EK G1/4 FITTING





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  2. kciaccio New Member

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    Love it!
  3. Aquinus

    Aquinus Resident Wat-man

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    Very nice! You may be able to improve GPU temperatures if you put a radiator right after the CPU block and before it goes into the GPUs rather than putting the rads before and after the reservoir. I'm sure it runs well though, I would just have an issue with how much storage there is, but other than that looks like a great rig.
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    Must be difficult to sit at this desk. I mean, where do you put your legs?
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    Very nice!
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    So what manufacturer is your desk made by? Meaning which desk did you buy to mod out? Or did you build it yourself?
  7. ThE_MaD_ShOt

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    Nice job
    Crunching for Team TPU
  8. jgunning

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    This looks absolutely fantastic gonyaluaxis!You have really put in the hard yards and the result looks awesome!You should be proud!I really can appreicate a nice desk rig! Nice work!
  9. Eirik New Member

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    Rocking work

    I would hear more about how you made this.
  10. micropage7

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    actually that a nice build but i dunno, the hose and the cable could be better if you arrange them not crossing each other
  11. camoxiong

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    DAMNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Nice Desk PC.

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