Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
Got my new board in!
That is one sexy pic, but those little specs in the center detract from the awesomeness. Thankfully, they should be easy to clone over.
facepalm... didn't even see them til now...
That's OK, I did a quick touch-up just for fun. I'm not a pro, but I think I got the major ones out.
PRAISE JESUS! thank you!
Don't thank me, thank the GIMP!
darr, I have GIMP, i'm just a nOObie at post-processing...
Back to i7
Just testing but the build is up and running without hiccups. Will try finalizing tmrw and attempt some decent cable management in the CM590.
I was afraid after seeing many folks with memory issues on the ASrock X58 extreme but it runs like a champ. No overclocking yet
hey erocker, rigs looks nice man. Loving the red theme
I dont see what you did there? Enhanced? Quality looks nearly the same to me.
He got rid of the white specs of dust. minute detail yes, but to the trained eye distracting lol
Oh, nice then. I need to take some black and white pics with a soft look, they are pretty.
I need to get a damn DSLR so I can have more flexibility. It would be really nice if I could just swap the lens on my sd1000 and then use an external flash as well, but i can't think of a good reason why any ultra-compact would have those features.
lol, the camera I am using is nearly 13 years old...
lol, I'd be willing to accept it as a donation when you upgrade xD
Latest upgrades ATM:
Corsair H50 and a nice simple fan controller, I will be replacing the blue leds with orange ones soon.
H50 adds a nice touch to that rig man
I know doesn't it?! I can actually see my motherboard now
What fan controller is that? How do you like it?
Gotta love that about water. I miss it man
http://www.arcticmod.com/computer-mod/noise-isolator-6x-fan-controller-525-bay-black.htm It works great!
Thanks for the link T77, I might have to get one of those.
Got a new hard drive/headache today. Got it formatted and rocking Windows 7 64-bit now. Had some issues that were due to a faulty SATA cable. (There I was thinking it was driver issues!)
finally sold the 690II
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