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

  1. Binge

    Binge Overclocking Surrealism

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    I am sad... that stock heat sink on your CPU is just the kind of bad apple that would push old ladies into traffic instead of giving you heat transfer :(
     
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    He's right. Every time someone installs a stock Intel cooler God kills a puppy.

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    Anyway... here's mine ATM

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    Here's my rig, doesn't it look perrrty.

    BTW where can I get a good set of blacklights for my case?
     

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  4. mlee49

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    New Hardware! :D

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  5. Binge

    Binge Overclocking Surrealism

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    I lolled xD

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    Don't hate me for being cheap with my cases! I'll change I swear :laugh:
     
  6. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    Same board as mine mlee49 :D
     
  7. DonInKansas

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    Except mlee is killing puppies with his cooler.:laugh:
     
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    I'm only maiming them for now, my new baby will be in soon! More pics by the end of the week!
     
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    Panoramic :)
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    Alright this is much better. This cooler idles at 20C and 40C under load, with no direct fan on it! :cool:

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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    That cooler is frickin cool mlee49
     
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    Jesus that things huge!
     
  14. mlee49

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    It's so big I can't fit the cooler on it, my case fans almost touch it.
     
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    me

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    Interesting case lighting. I don't normally like more than 1 colour, but yours works for me.
     
  17. erocker

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    Made my 2nd rig nice and neat.:D
     

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    Erocker is your PSU floating on air? :roll:
     
  19. Binge

    Binge Overclocking Surrealism

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    There's totally a metal foot there! I see it! No magic!
     
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    :toast: Very nice.
     
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    :eek: @ erocker: Where did you take those pics? It's all so white! And I think you either need a smaller case or more stuff to put in it; it just looks so empty :wtf:

    I do you like your cable management though, simple and efficient. Hiding every single cable/wire is cool 'n' all, but it's a PITA when you change things around.
     
  22. BrooksyX

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    It looks like he took the pics indside of white cardboard box or something similar. If you look at the bottom left corner of the first picture you can see a gap.
     
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    I thought maybe that was cause it was on a counter or something, but I think you may be right. Definitely a big box though :laugh:
     
  24. BrooksyX

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    Yeah it would have to be huge to fit a Rocketfish case and still have white space. Maybe erocker got a new fridge and though he would have some fun ;)
     
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    For defusing light on taking pics of review products, works really well with halogen lighting. I have one myself....they are great.
     
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