Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
Those fans are pretty sweet, I have a couple.
Did a little cleaning (like removing a fuckton of cat fur), blocked the top fan hole so the cat fur quits getting sucked in, added a 2nd video card for moar monitors and removed the unused TV tuner.
I know these are crummy pics but I will take more and better ones later. But here is my new Right Mini ITX baby
i7 4770K @4.4 for right now still figuring things out
EVGA GTX 780ti SC @ stock for now
G.Skill 1866Mhz Ram
Asus Maximus Impact
Corsair AX760 PSU
1 x Samsung 120gb SSD
1 x Samsung 500GB SSD (Picture shows old spindle drive)
1 x 240 EK Rad
1 x 140 XSPX Rad
And assorted other W/C parts
Still a work in progress (expected Windowed side panel and a couple other things showing up.)
Looks great man!
Here is my beast. Dual boot; Windows 8.1 for gaming, OS X 10.9.2 for everything else. There are 8 hard drives; 3 SSD and 5 WD (3 black, 1 blue, 1 green) with one SSD hiding behind the back panel. Not the best pictures.
I have a similar Gigabyte sticker
I'm getting a 1TB WD disk maybe today so I'll post pics when I get it.
Just another picture of my system. Replaced the pump this last weekend. Picture taken with my phone.
Just installed a noctua cooler at idle it is 25C so far with the u.l.n.a adaptors.
GTX 770 2GB finally showed up to replace the Giga 7970 I sold at the end of the height of LTC (I predict anyway).
Here it is
Installed (I like to hang my cards with a speaker wire to prevent them from bending over time)
3dmark11 with stock clocks and 4.0ghz with 1.10v undervolt (daily driver)
P11205 with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770(1x) and Intel Core i7-3770K Processor
Now currently is not
With more to come
EVGA GTX 780 Ti Classified Kingpin GPU @ 1.337 volts measured, clock speeds not far off 1400 MHz... Max temperature <55 degrees celcius in 3dmark fire strike. Who said I need watercooling?
+5000 MHz 3930K also cool like ice cube.
PS. It is crazy beast. 1300 MHz BF4 stable at stock voltage 1.10-1.15 volts.
I've benched my normal 780 ti classified over 1400 at about those volts but i'm using a block on mine.
Before in my TJ08 case i was hitting 80+ with the fan at 100%.
Thanks for the upgrade erocker, everything's running dandy. the new board fills up the case quite nicely
Next up is a couple of new multiframes for the intake and exhaust
It's beginning to retake normal form
I actually got bored/ uninspired by my "ultimate case for all hardware".....my cosmos 2. Had a fractal r3 for months that i never used so i kinda sorta down graded......sorta
the h100 was too big so i got another h80i...temps a little higher but case is 99% quieter......and gotta work on cable management....cant help myself with the badges
Gotta Fractal thing going on.......I just got a white node 304 today also.......for a next gen (WHATEVERwell) itx build
Here is the "finished" build, though I'm already planning on changing a few things shortly
Start off with leak testing pics:
And all filled up:
That is damn sexy.
Just installed 4 of these Arctic F12 pwm case fans. They all link together so they can be controlled with one four pin header.
I know I just posted some pics.... but here are some better ones. These pics show the new SSD, re-done cable management, and reorganized tubing. All I am missing is my new memory and White LED strips.
That looks uber fantastic! Love it!
Never liked the prodigy (mainly because its a huge itx case) but I love yours! That looks amazing! The waterblock looks fantastic on there.
Thanks guys it means a lot.... I think it turned out nicely also.
Yeah the Prodigy is a little bigger than I was expecting.... but coming from a Full tower case (generally) it feels tiny. Also that extra ITX space sure does fill up quick with W/C components in there
Thanks again for the kind words
I think ill need help to manage cables in a aerocool DS cube.
Ill post soon.
That will be an awesome build! I look forward to seeing it.
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