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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. Vario

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    no replacement for displacement!
    edit: realized I had BF4 on high, on Ultra it only hits a peak of 60*C in Operation Metro, which is the most demanding level I think. The previous peak temperature was 82*C!
     
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  2. ThE_MaD_ShOt

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    Is it warm in your corner of the world? I had three of my crunchers setup similar to that. Got to warm for me. I had to spread them out LOL. Now I have 2 in my bedroom and 2 in my living room. On oppisites sides of the room.
     
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  3. BarbaricSoul

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    If I close the door, yes. Once the current WCG challenge ends, I'll only have the 3930 and 2600 rigs here. The i7 860 is at my parents house for my mom to use as her desktop computer and the AMD rig is donated to the challenge. And after I get all my furniture moved into the new house (DAMN RAIN), I'll probably move the 2600 system to my bedroom.
     
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    I haven't got Cosmos 1000, so I don't know :(

    That's it, door is over : opening and closing system installed.

    It remains for me only to replace some screws with rivets but I have no black at home.

    I also leave a picture with bags / panniers luxurious that inspired me for the general aesthetics (both in general and in some details) :)

    @+ for the next modifications !!

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  5. RCoon

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    Got tired of my 1440p monitor not being centralised, so I had to move the old 1080p to the side. Who wants a game of Jenga?
    What you see:
    solid wooden delivery box
    Silverstone SG07
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    Limited Edition Total War Shogun 2 handcrafted chess set box
    OCUK empty box

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    lovely as usual RCoon
     
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    I got a decent LCD monitor stand for $50 USD, really was worth it. brand was a "Halter". Very solid, mostly metal. You should get one.
     
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    The first thing I thought of was JP's office in Grandma's Boy:

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    Gentlemen's less words more real-life pics please !
     
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    Got myself a new case to replace ye olde Fortress FT02. Corsair 540 white and 3 new fans to load up the front panel. I moved the 2 factory 140mm to the roof (http://www.cougar-world.com/au/products/fans/cfd_white_led_fan.html) :) I have to admit, possibly the best 120mm fans I have ever had. Better than Noctua imo.

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    One of my 280x cards is in for repair for a craptacular fan. Moved the 780 back into the main rig.
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    SO damn easy to make a clean looking build when I can just vomit the cables here;
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    Also the Galaxy Note 3 I used for taking the pics has pretty hopeless camera. My old Xperia S was much better in the camera department, even the X10 was probably on par if not better.
     
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    My system needs some work but for now everything is running stock. IMG_20140505_083055.JPG
     
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    I can tell you have no small children in the house. That TV wouldn't last a day balanced on that tiny stand if you did.
     
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    finally went 1440p!!!! Asus PB278Q!

    No room to hook up my NEC yet unfortunately but im waiting on a dual monitor desk mount so i can save a little more space and have more options when it comes to screen positioning
     
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    So, I'm not the only one that has a nice desk like that :laugh:
     
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    Haha, my little baby is 4 months old so she won't be walking in quite some time.
     
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    Sometimes I do this

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    so do i .... and i am not the only one to use a cardboard box as a lifter for my screen :laugh:
     
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    a little makeover for my rig as a birthday present to myself :D

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