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

  1. brandonwh64

    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    yea i was kinda worried how the red and blue would go together and instead of ordering a really expensive converter, i would just order the right color for my case
     
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    At first i was hyped myself. The brighter the better i figured.

    After a few months (having 4 in there) and 10 120mm red fans...When everything is on...way , way too bright. They appear more orange then red for me though. But give off a really nice glow if light doesnt harrass youtr eyes too much. hehe.

    I am looking to mod the side panel next , going to purchase a USB powered monitor (probably a Samsung u70) google it up , i would probably put temps on there. 30ms refresh rate though so no good for main monitor , but plenty for critical information and such. Im trying to think of how i want to mount it on the side panel window , but not interfere with the view of the inside. Also want to water cool those 5770's of mine. They run flippin' hot.
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Yea the side panel on these things are really NICE! my case originaly was a AMD edition but now its a I7 Edition LOL!

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    very well, idles in the low 40's loads in the 50's to 60's, bar stress tests which are around 80-85.

    the 5850 and 5870 work together like magic, they both clock to 950/1250 on 1.162 which is 5870 stock voltage, I am well pleased.

    hawt HAF too btw :)
     
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    Yes , i recently did a build for a customer with that same case. Very very nice. Was jealous with all the red!

    Heres a few shots of my girl...aside from the "other" girl haha.

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    Yea my water loop does low 30s to 62 full load with the CPU @ 4.1ghz with 1.275V
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    yea i got the AMD edition at a really low price! but had to do some trading to get the regular HAF side panel and did some modding to the front logo. did a full inside black paint job. I really like it!
     
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    OMG nice paintjob! who did this?
     
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    Good friend of mine... ;)
     
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    here's mine....

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    nice huskie! is that a M3A78 series board?
     
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    yeah. its pretty good one mainboard for my amd 7750 be cpu. cheers man
     
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    yea i had one too a CM version and i LOVED the board! i wished i still had one to go in my HTPC and trade out the Intel Setup
     
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    HUSKIE,

    Might want to push that tubing on the lower barb of the res on further... Looks like its barely on there.
     
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    I didnt see that either til you just said something. yea that could come off and make a bad mess
     
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    guys how do u like the haf 932? I just got one off a mate for FREE, ive put my VMware server in it, last thing to do is get Orange Xigmatek white led fans, ive already painted the inside black
     
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    I wish I could get a 932 for free... Nice snag STUdog, and they are marvelous cases with LOTS of room for normal components. Also decent native support for 120.3 watercooling setups in the top of the case as well as room elsewhere for other goodies.
     
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    Ok guys here is one of my other pc's,

    My VMware server, This runs upto 4 vmware clients mainly running COD4 servers

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    Asus L1N64 WS SLI dual opteron mobo
    2x 3.0ghz Dual opterons 2222s
    Will soon have 2x 9800GTs for a third gaming pc (currently a 220GT)
    2x750gbs
    2x250gbs
    Dual HP Server NIC

    (Will be decking it out with these fans on the weekend)

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    Well here are some pics of there Haf, Which I now call it, "The HOF" - High Octane Flow, lol

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    Heres my PC today, will be different tomorrow ;)

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    What's changing? :D
     
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    he's cooling i think:p
     
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    Taking the 2nd GTX 275 out and the 8800GTX.

    I only did it today for something to do. Since these are all benching cards, I don't want them to run for too long, they're going to have a hard time when my cascade's home :)
     
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    Here's a pic of most of my GPUs so far, trying to decide what ones to get next.

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