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

  1. Velvet Wafer

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    i love my g92 2000mhz+ shader 8800gt. on water, it could possibly do wonders. its on stock cooling now, not modded,only applied some mx2;)
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    Picked up my new case today used. I'm rather happy with it. :D

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    There's 3 normal fans I plan on replacing within the next week or so, as two came with the case, and are old, and the third is one I had in my last case and is also pretty old.
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    I don't mean to crap on your purchase but that's a pretty poor case I hope no more then $25 was spent on it for your sake !
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    Spent only $20 on it, and it was a hell of an upgrade from my last case. So I'm happy with it.
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    Ahh good :D

    They sell for £28-32 ( 50 American or so) over here which is crazily over priced considering the cases you can get for that amount.
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    Yeah, that's what my brother said. But considering this one is in pretty good condition, and I only got it for $20. It was worth it.

    The guy did toss in some sleeved UV IDE cables. So that was a plus.
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    ok guys its been a while since ive been o here

    Here are some pics of my rig and wheres it up to atm

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    sorry for the fuzzy pics
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    MOAR FANS!

    You clearly don't have enough yet :laugh:


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    what case is it ?I recognise the shape but can't quite place what it is.
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    Thats hot shit right there STU!!!

    Guys i was on my PC last night and i kept hearing one of my fans idle up and down and finally it got quiet then i noticed by temp going up to the mid 50s!!!!! so i took a flash light and started looking around in my case and noticed my high flow delta fan on my single RAD had stopped running :( i immediatly turned off the computer and havnt messed with it yet. Im real sad that it has done this cause i paid almost 40$ for that fan. its a "Delta 120x38mm PFB1212UHE Ultra Extreme 256 CFM Super High Speed Case Fan" AKA ear blister. I have had this ran running of 5v instead of 12v like it mentioned on the instructions to lower sound. hopefully its not he fan but the molex connector. I will work on it as soon as my daughter gets on the school bus.
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    report back?

    The case is a silverstone TJ07, highly modded
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    OK i got it working again! it wassnt the fan, it was the molex connector like i had hoped. When i closed the side panel with my wires, I must have pinched the connector and it had broke away from one side of the lead and made the fan quit. i took the cable out and threw it away and used a brand new one and its back!
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    Added a 5850 today;

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    Ok im pissed again! LOLOLOL!!!

    OK i bought a dual set of 12inch cold cathodes for my case. i received them on Saturday and only had time to test not install. well i hooked them to a molex connector in the PC and they lit up very bright! well this morning after dealing with a fan issue, i got to install the cathodes. well i got them setup in the case and when to turn the PC on and NO LIGHTS.... so i check the switch and still nothing. I messed around with the connections and still nothing :( i took my volt meter to see if the molex connector wasn't messed up and it was supplying it with 12v so no problem there. I tested the connectors were the lights hook up at and 0V coming out :( how could the box die when it wasn't even in use? i just hooked it up for like less that 30 seconds to test and it worked perfect! The worst part of this is i already gave the guy positive heat and told him the work good. do they sale just the box that powers the lights?

    HOT CARDS WOLF!! thats very clean! how does that V10 cool your CPU?
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    You might be able to get your hands on an inverter, but the plugs vary from brand to brand so make sure you get the right one.
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    NICE NEO! i will post a pic of my HAF once i get this cathode situation under control!
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    Sweet :)
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    Im going to order this one. it uses the same connectors and its universal plus i can add two more cathodes if i wanted to

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    Great idea , im using the ones that came with the cathodes. Large 2 plugs blue ones. fat and ugly. x.x

    Its on my list to learn how to sleeve properly this year. Everything else is perfect on this rig. <3
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    yea sleeving is awesome! i like to see people sleeve!

    This one with shipping is 27$ so im gonna wait on it or if i can find one alot cheaper.
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    Exactly what i am using , twice the price though. Friggin canadian economy. ;)

    Come to think of it i have a ton of blue and green ones in my shop...

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