Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
Lookin' good DON, You'll love a modular PSU. You ever had one before?
Want to see a mess????
The above was 5 minutes ago in my basement....as you can tell, not many survived.
yeah i had one, but that was like 2 years ago
thinking about a Chieftec og silverstone strider?
ahhh, love messy tech station setups They just look good somehow.
I've only had the BFG which is my current one. Although to me Corsair is #1 in modular though.
corsair an bfg are also very nice.
but i think that corsair might be a bit overrated, i know of other psu's that have better specs for less money
well, imma hed of to the bed, sooooooooooooo tired now, almost sleeping here while i'm writing
but its been a decent day , got the i7, got it up and running smooth, oc'ed it without ANY problems, and now its crunching away
Love the colour coordination going on.
Not a fan of the psu cables though, prefer mine bunched super tight! blocks less air.
Got my Sunbeam PCI Wherever Rack in today. I have it installed already empty though. Later I will remove the board and start with the H50 Installation once again I'll keep you guys posted.
Don't you love those things? I have one that still needs to be added to my MM case. But, I bet you haven't modded yours like I have.
Wow, haven't said that in a LONG time.
I thought it was a pain to put on LOL. How did you mod yours?
Sorry for such a huge picture. I think it was the first picture I took with my Dslr.. lol.. Man.. I need to get back to my log.. I got a i7 860 that is screaming water.. lol
Yes, I stitched that myself.
Replaced my Gigabyte X58 UD4P with the X 58 Extreme:
The Fenrir does a pretty good job keeping the i7 cool:
I am waiting for a new backplate for the Apogee GTZ. Then I will see about figuring out (never used splitters before) how to water cool the nb with the supplied 3/8" nozzles as I use 1/2".
This board requires a higher VCore to run stable. My ASUS and EVGA boards run at 1.26 to 1.28.
Looks good Hammer! I gotta spend the weekend seeing which board I want to keep.. lol
Gotta love the hot swap bay of the Obsidian 800d. Ready to go with no adapters, just 300MB/s read/writes
Some fun numbers:
Compared to two 320GB WD AAks in Raid0:
And just for fun, one single Nova 128GB:
Oh, may have an opportunity to test these on a Sata 3 board in the up coming weeks. Anyone with ideas on how to show the benifits of Sata 3 over Sata 2(aside from mech vs ssd) please let me know.
Here...top this mess.
definitely looks sexier. The cooler is pretty huge man!
You cut it?
Got my HTPC up and running.
I gotta work on propping up that PSU better.
Tight fit, looks great though!
Are you able to fit an aftermarket air cooler in that erocker?
Looks good! Can you show us pic(s) under the hood?
This might make it a close 2nd!
I recognize that! I work for a electric utility...
Anyone else seen this? This is the one I have been waiting for... http://tv.hexus.net/show/2010/03/CeBIT_2010_It_s_not_size_that_matters_with_the_Silverstone_SG07
Plans are to use a i5 670 @ 4.8GHz and a 5870 for a 24/7/gaming rig. Here it is after a short game session of FEAR. (Using a Boreas atm for cooling)
That case looks oddly familiar. It's a pretty good little case isn't it?
Mlee I hate you and your ssds! I would love you again if you sent me said ssds free of charge
What are temps like in HTPC box erocker?
i knew it! you use a selfbuilt chiller, right?
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