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

  1. ste2425

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    haha thats crazy man, brings new meaning to remote pc haha
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    Here's mine at the moment, I think there's a PC in there somewhere.

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    And while I'm at it, check out this massive mains-powered calculator I picked up for $3! Swiss army knife for size comparison. She's a tank. And maybe the closest thing I have to a complete computer apart from my laptop.

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    Its like a puzzle picture...:p
    "can you spot the zalman cooler?":confused:
    or "how many PSU can you spot?":confused:

    LOL

    btw, you could mod that calculator and add a fan to it!:roll:
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    I could get really crazy and wire it up as a game controller. It's got that red button, could make that do something cool. And get the LCD to display some stats, frags and whatnot. I, however, am no where near clever enough to do that. FAIL.
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    love it CT, really diggin' the case :toast:
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    HD 4870 will be in on Monday.. In the mean time, HD 3300 onboard runs L4D fine :p
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    My setup at the moment. In the next month or so I'll start wading through the tonne of information in regards to setting up the bios correctly to optimise the setup I'm running as I'm still pretty new to building computers, and am pretty much self taught from reading forums and the good old trial and error. Just waiting on 4 Silverstone FN121 BL fans to replace the ones that came with the case.

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    Gskill 1333mhz 6GB kit
    HIS 4870
    CM RC-690 case
    Samsung 2333SW
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    doesn't look the best right now haven't had much time to do anything with it been away from home alot
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Dusty, dusty, dusty! :p

    That Xiggy looks right at home there though :)

    What's holding up your fan?
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    rubber band :roll:
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Very sick!!! I like how the pump is mounted outside the case. I havent seen that before.
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    wow! CD!... just, WOW!!:eek:
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    cool idea to place the pump like that... it rocks, but to me this is, by far the best feature of the setup!

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    one of the cool things (besides the sweet LanParty fan grills) is by mounting the pump that way the vibrations are insulated from the case.
    nice CD..
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    Thanks. Not bad for 6 hours in the shop :D

    The only thing that's not the way I wanted is the res was supposed to be a Frozen-Q T-Virus but I had to send mine back for RMA.

    The T-Virus on the back with green twists would be stunning.
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    Stunning as always CD. I hate hate hate externally mounted radiators, but I love this :rockout:
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    Wow CD-
    that is really awesome setup!! I like!
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    Wait, his radiator is internal. Or maybe thats what your saying? The "but" is kind throwing me off.
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    That is what I wanted for my boy's rig...but I had to send it back. Frozen-Q will be sending me a replacement ASAP...but it's a PITA to redo everything.
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    you know if I was to pull a silence of the lambs - esque trick on your son and like throw his face over mine, would you treat me to such fine works of computer art? :D
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    I'd eat your liver with some Fava beans. I got your Hannibal....

    MKmods sez he lieks gauges so here's another one...

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    That was a sweet rig... I miss it.
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    @ CyberDruid, that's very nicely put together, I am impressed. I see the pressure gauge- how much psi do you typically have?
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    Off the dual Iwaki cooler about 7 PSI. Off a D-5/MCP655 about 1.5 PSI.

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