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

  1. GreiverBlade

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    YES!!!

    also new plaything ... waiting on the 2 9600GT who gonna sit in it ... a bit more work to do still : weehee (too bad the CPU are Opteron 248 Sledgehammer and not Troy .... oh well i will have to order some 280 DC Italy)
    Supermicro H8DCE 3.1 nFORCE Pro 2200+2050 : 40 lane PcieX 1.0
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    3650 till i get my 2 others (fingers crossing that a SLI bridge is include in the delivery .... :roll: )

    i think i gonna get myself a CM Cosmos or a SST Raven .... or any E-ATX case compatible SSI-EEB with 8 3.5" rack ...
     
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    Went for a stroll at my local microcenter and stumbled upon a open box GTX 770 Classy for $340. I already sold my reference GTX 770 so this was merely a cosmetic change than a performance change. So far, this card overclocks like a boss.
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  3. Vario

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    What clock?
     
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    Still hasn't got that Ti4600. In a hour I'm going to get it. :)
     
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    nice job with the wire management its much better, good choice on the cpu cooler. is that a 270x?
     
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    Very nice upgrade, that Heatsink you added ill bet will allow for some nice temps and clocking! I agree with Vario, your cable management is very clean cut and straight to the point!
     
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    Uhm.. its seems legit.. i think
     
  8. GreiverBlade

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    i think .... i ... will remake a ATX build ... i miss my Macho ... snirfle :D

    NICE @miomol!
     
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    i always wondered if a big cooler like that finish by making the motherboard physically distort and give some soldering problems on the board itself?


     
  11. GreiverBlade

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    it's not that heavy and the retention bracket strain is quite good distributed (plus it's designed for ... ) unless you shake your Pc all around the house like a rabid dog you risk absolutely nothing.

    on all the mobo i had my Macho/IFX-14/Grand Kama Cross i never had once, a distortion (also the motherboard mounting has something to do with it too ... ) even that the Kama has a 4 point Intel push-pins fixation (unlike the Macho and IFX-14)
    btw Macho : 870gr (fan include) IFX-14 : 1110gr (2xTY-147 include)

    1kg110gr in a µATX it has been moved and re moved and once sold it has been shipped in a cardboard box with the Grand Kama Cross in place... even with the transport the mobo or the heatsink got no damage
    .... i will never get tired of that pics ... :D promise i will not post it any more
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    Cases where the PSU isn't in the bottom... This isnt 2000 anymore! :(
     
  13. GreiverBlade

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    the case is from 2000 and we still are in the 2000 :p
    and if i flip standing my Compucase S4UT6 the psu is on the top :D (woops ... 2001 case but all 19" rack still are like that :oops: )
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    Retro cases for the win! This should become the next fad, I would love to find my old tower from like 95 that had the screen displaying 366mhz and put in a different one to show the new clock speeds!

    Now i'm intrigued, might have to have some fun and build a system with spare parts.
     
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    It has a 3 year warranty, stereo speakers, HDMI, display port and displays 3d content at 1080p
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Don't forget that it can have G-SYNC added to it.
     
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    it is LED backlit, that is good.
     
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    This is not the thread for such a discussion. Please feel free to start a thread in the proper section to discuss your new monitor.
    This thread is for posting pictures of your PC:)
     
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    Bad quality pics but i want to share my system with you guys.

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    wow nice, sleeper!!
    i got the same idea wanna use old case with new hardware inside
     
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    Such a sexy pc! Nice. I love the new 901/904 cases
     
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    Yeah so if burglars come they wont take time to remove the box...only the screen :p
     
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    Got my msi cooler today. Truly a pain in the ass to install compared to my past corsair h80's and h100's. Looks nice and works silent enough. Replaced the stock fan with a San ace 25mm fan because I didn't have the 38mm screws :(
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    PC sprung a leak so it's time to readjust a few things. Here is partially disassembled.

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    And the block still looks pretty good for using red coolant.

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    Why you guys use "computer" coolant instead of thé green one for cars or the GM Dex-Cool?
     

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