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

  1. douglatins

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    Your girlfriend pc? that one? A megashadow, a 285 a x1000, wtf are you/she thinking/doing
     
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    Thats a weird looking case man but I love it!!!
    3 120mm fans in and 2 out..... the static pressure must be awesome!!!!
     
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    I asked her out of like 2 or 3 which one she wanted, she picked the Lian li. What can I say she has learned good taste in PC parts:D Also I was thinking I wanted to have the Lian Li, but I am still not ready to get rid of my Obsidian, so now I can have both:D

    Airflow is awesome so far. I just rebooted the PC and cleared the CMOS. So I havent had a chance yet to re-clock it to see how well it does yet. We shall see soon enough though I think.
     
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    i gotta say... the photos and cable management are top knotch... do you have a studio set up? The background looks professional.

    its either that or you have one very barren and bright white corner in your house.
     
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    Thanks....sort of, its really just white canvas over a card table and on the wall in a hanging fashion. I'll say semi-pro;)
     
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    Give me 1st dibs on the Obsidian if ya sell it SP Plllllllllllease :respect::respect::respect:
     
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    Im sure there were a few in front of you, but I know Binge is out now...lol. He already owns one now. To be fair, when or if I do, it will just appear here, as I like helping TPU get what they want:D
     
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    I really like the way the airflow is laid out in that Lian Li; a fan for the HDD's at the bottom, one in the middle for your video cards and one for your CPU cooler. I've seen it with the sides on before, it's one sexy box.
     
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    Sides on she is pretty plain Jane... only a power and HDD LED in the front. I can just see the white LED's if the Xigmatek fan I through on the Mega through the front grill work. Thats it for flash, just a ton of sexy black brushed aluminum;)
     
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    Got my last uppie installed, the 5870-XXX,and the LG Blu-Ray burner so i'm set for quiet some time now!
    [​IMG]
     
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    Sneeky!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Damn... She has a case bigger then yours now! :laugh:

    It's a thing of beauty. SO beautiful!
     
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    here is the rig i am using ATM It is a P4 661@3.7ghz and 2 8800GT in SLI all on a cheap ECS 915
    [​IMG]
     
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    I just moved my C2D rig from my tech station to a spare case I had, the LED's on the Tracers were making me have seizures :laugh:
     
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    haha what you dont do in the name of science:laugh:
     
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    God I miss my tracers.. lol. one of the best kits I ever had!
     
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    i've been through a few of them already, but the old kit died while resting, I wasn't even using them, they just didn't work ever again.
     
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    Wow, thats ridiculous. I think Corsairs old 3200PRO's where better. THe lights would just stay on and fill up from ram usage.
     
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    Works alot better when you can't see the cathode :)

    [​IMG]

    Just need to put the drive covers back on the front lol
     
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    wiii im turning 21 today and my friends got me a coolermaster H50 as a present im very happy gonna post some pics later gonna get some sleep its 4:40 am, ehehe I already installed it. did a quick intel burn test and im really happy, also gonna get a coolermaster 690 next week, a shipment got here to venezuela and gonna buy one ^^ (almost 200$ the case at exchange rate but its well worth it, and dont have the money to buy a thermaltake armor thats almost 900$ at exchange rate)
     
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    We'll be waiting for the pics, hasta mañana, feliz cumpleaño :toast:
     
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    Happy birthday mate! :toast:
    Have fun with H50! :)
     

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