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

  1. sneekypeet

    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    Its Florida, buy a boat:roll: as if they are any cheaper.

    Sorry to hear you have a functionaly challenged vehicle;)
     
  2. Chicken Patty

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    It was an exaggeration :laugh:
     
  3. mlee49

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    ChickenPatty, how the hell is your PC ATM?
     
  4. Athlonite

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    thanks :D but it's an RV02
     
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    WOW :respect: dude thats hot tell me though did the case come white on the inside or did you paint it
     
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    FAIL.:roll:

    sneekypeet => Bloody Hell, what a nice PC.
     
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    I got it powdercoated :cool:
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    Thanks :)
     

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    shoot it looks real good all lit up.. I gotta get some ccfl wire or some LEDs for mine it looks like a cave in the middle of the nite ( all dark and horrible ) :D
     
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    MEH thats ok we'll let ya off this time :slap:
     
  10. (FIH) The Don

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    so before i ship out the 5850 i might as well try it with the 260 for pissixXD

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  11. brandonwh64

    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    no more 5850 don?
     
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    nope, need money, so i got the 260 + 200$, and besides, i dont play other games than l4d1+2 and mw1+2 so i dont really need that much power, it was fun to try it,

    but i might get a 470 in the summer, but ill wait and see how my economy will be:)
     
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    pff, everybody knows that high-end graphics cards aren't for gaming, they're for e-peen and benching :rolleyes:
     
  14. (FIH) The Don

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    i know:laugh:

    i might go with 2x260s, they are cheap used, and never had 2 of them before, that should be fun:D
     
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    I thought about buying a 260, but then I realized that I haven't played a single game released in the past few years. It's mostly just emulators, source-engine games, and casual games.
     
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    then you dont need it i guess:D

    but i like to bench every once in a while, and 2x260's are nice for that afaik, not too expensive but they put out some decent numbers
     
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    My water loop. It fits in me hand. :D

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    Just cleaned it, flushed it and all that. Re-soldered the the wires on the MCP355 and added a larger ground wire. It needed a little "refurbing", the power lead was being held on by one strand of wire! Anyways, I'm about to steam clean my Lian Li V1000 to get ready for the new mobo and stuff. Need to touch up the paint on the rad too..

    Lol, need a new o-ring on the block fittings. I just got a stream of water up my nose!
     
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    nice loop erocker! yeah, you do need to touch up the rad. get some nail polish from a lady friend and go at it! :roll:

    Can't wait to see what you got going on. :toast:
     
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    damn thats one THICK rad lol :)
     
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    Hey, it's a real easy way to clean it every few months.. Man, might have to get a case like that just for that factor!

    Nice one Erocker
     
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    I've never been a fan of Backwards ATX
     
  23. sneekypeet

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    I've never been a fan of a stream of water up my nose;)

    Nice tight loop erocker, now you got me thinking, what if I added a chipset cooler to that.
     
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    i have to say that erocker's lian li is one of the best cases ive ever owned... i think im up to 9 different cases in the span of two years lol.
     
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    If I switched cases that many times, I'd stop and just buy a test-bed lol.
     

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