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Water & Wood (GTX 580 tri-SLI)

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by miahallen, Oct 8, 2011.

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    Beautiful. Your patience and knowledge have payed off.
     
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    totaly comfortable
     
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    Sorry, missed this...its a 305T Plus :toast:
     
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    Glad someone said that, I almost put my foot in my mouth. Was gonna say that's super overkill for what appeared to be a 27 inch 1080p monitor, but it seems you know that :) And to that I say...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vh78T--ZUxY

    Excellent work sir.
     
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    I'm planning to upgrade to 3 27" 1080p 3D monitors for some 3D Surround Vision. But I'm waiting for the new "Lightboost" models to release (any day now).
     
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    How is the input lag on the 305T and what do you have to compare it to (always have to ask that last part since it's hard to judge input lag if you haven't compared it to something with very little)? Sorry to be off topic from the point of the thread—the build looks great—just curious.
     
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    I have a couple TN panels around the house and I cannot tell the difference in lag...but I'm not a hyper sensetive FPS gamer.
     
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    very nice and clean up sir
     
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    Wowsers!......a feng shue rig.

    This is innovation, the coolest pc I've ever seen.
     
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    nice rig mate
    but? temps?:p and scores/:p
     
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    AWESOME... It's a well made job...
     
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    Really awesome build, never seen a desk with a built-in computer xD.

    Is the stuff at the bottom of the case that the PSU/HDD is resting on the rubber mat people use to hold their pots/dishes in place oO? I am surprised that stuff can withstand the temperatures a PSU/HDD can generate. Unless PSUs run cooler than I thought, I always assumed they ran hot though.
     

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