Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
212 evo pushpull : always trusty!
"Turbo Edition" as per it's box says, honestly temps are a bit better for everything inside from rearranged fans
the previous rad pushing hot air inside the case and creating + flow
little update, soo the SG09B has "only" 2 3.5" places ... and i have 3 ... oh well :
Thermaltake Max5 3.5" enclosure, with 2 blue led 80mm for cooling (who luckily can be switched off ) USB2.0 or eSATA, i use it on USB2.0 atm well with the ASRock XFastUSB the transfer rate aren't too bad
also pretty cheap : 18.50chf
No HDD's in my case only SSD's New 1TB samsung EVO now installed.
little bit of cleaning never hurts
My second cyborg rat 5 died.....they seem to have a 3 year life span.... so i got a corsair on a whim... actually pretty cool..but blue led....... so my ocd demanded i go blue!
got a corsair k 70 and a Vegas quad......which i discovered on the version i got ....i cant make it just blue........
looks ok though......who am i kidding .......gonna order the blue
^^ooh nice itx case
Here is my PC at this time
You make air cooling look sexy again.
sorry kinda crappy, and custom sleeving by using ribbon
small mobo big fan lulz
As it should be.
yeah, im just moving it from my old board. just 37-39 degrees on daily
You could do better. 38mm or bust.
Can you tell us about those GPU coolers? Very interesting...
Prolimatech MK-26 Black...
i had the "normal" version of it with 2 140mm instead of 2 120mm (well i still have it but no compatible GPU or case)
Was feeling that 8 GB of RAM wasn't quite enough for my needs, so I have upgraded to 16 GB. Same as my old, just 2*8 instead of 2*4.
This time they came in a nice box though.
While I gained more RAM capacity, I did unfortunately loose speed, as I have found my system incapable of running 16 GB at 2400 MHz.
Missus bought me a teddy thing to hold my beer, now its officialy my bench partner LOL
Overclocking and drinking sounds dangerous!
it is, earlier i knocked over a fan and accidentally snapped a cap off my mobo. I nearly cried, but luckily its only the pcie EZ (4pin additional power) plug capacitor and isn't live.
I'll email Asus this week and pay for it to be fixed.
Nonsense, I spilled a double measure of Jamesons across the double fan intake filter on the top of my case, somehow the filter absorbed all the liquid. Sometimes cases are just misunderstood alcoholics waiting to be discovered.
Overdrinking around the clock is even more dangerous.
New card installed, 780 Ti Classy!.
Card is getting returned, annoying fan noise at certain speeds, should not be happening to a card this costly.
I'm going to get a reference 780ti and save £100 as well, oh well!.
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