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

  1. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    Nice looking rig acid :toast:
     
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    me liky liky that koolance block aCid

    ripping my rig apart atm ready for the 1090T and the Crosshair IV Formula due tomorrow :rockout::rockout:
     
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    This block is the best band-for-buck out there in my view....not very far off the HK3 but a lot cheaper in price, cant go wrong.

    And you can use this on pretty much any setup with a $10 top plate...the one I have fitted now works on AMD (AM2/3) and S775....I do believe I also have the S1366 too. :)


    I want a nice 6 core but cant afford it yet, need to offload some parts before I can upgrade anything. :banghead:
     
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    New case Antec P183 and motherboard Gigabyte UD7 :p And my dremel is dead so work has come to a holt =/

    Here is the inside of the case some work left to do :)
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    And the motherboard.
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    Don't know about you guys but I am fully erected at the moment :D
     

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    hv => WOW, monster :D

    Acid => Nice pic :)
     
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    I see no pink and flowery cases there. That's why I was disappointed, because I was able to find the case and it wasn't what I expected.
    As I found out, Dremel will replace their stuff for just about any reason. I killed mine by over-working it until it over-heated and the magic smoke came out and they replaced it without even needing a receipt or invoice or anything. They also sent me a free collet set, a rust-removal bit, and a dvd with project tips.
     
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    Yeah, it wasn't easy to get used to, but it did. One big benefit is if the block springs a leak, it won't get on the cards. :D
     
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    I suppose that would be a pretty good benefit. Also, I do agree with others that cards look better with the coolers on top. There are some other things I would like about the configuration, but I'm just so used to standard ATX, and I'd also have to turn my case around so side-fan/s wouldn't be against an object.
     
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    Got my replacement top panel for the Sniper in the mail today. Although it took almost 4 weeks time from sending in a part request to getting the part to my doorstep, and I never paid a penny and they kept in the know about the process, so I'm impressed with CM's customer service :toast:

    I discovered that the panel's I/O area has a modular design.
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    So I was able to take out just the board that contained what I needed (headphone jack).
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    Now, I also have a cool little power/reset switch and fan controller to toy around with, along with an extra top panel. :)
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    I'll enjoy my computer for the remainder of today, but I'm going to have a lot of stuff to do to it tomorrow. Install the new I/O board which will mean I have to disconnect everything else coming from up there and undo some CM straps. I also think I'm going to flip around my DK to how it should be positioned.
     
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    Sweetness, running overclock at 850 and 1200 max out everything at 2560x1600 on BC2 and no lag at all. Amazing.
     
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    Here is my PC at the moment, probably the last time you'll see it since I'm going to be joining the i7/Corsair 800D Club in the following 2-3 months! :toast:

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    I've spent most of the day fiddling around with my rig, doing some changes. Here are some of the highlights.

    How it looked at 11 this morning.
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    CPU cooler after 11 months of use (not that bad compared to how others look after 6 months).
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    Did a flippy jones.
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    Here's how it's looking now. I took some pictures of the case in my makeshift studio. Debating on selling it for something smaller...
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    Great cable management joe :toast:
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Ok im a proud new owner of a ASRock 785GMH/128M board! now just to save up the funds for the 1090T

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    YES the board supports 1090T with DDR2 (EVEN 800mhz)

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    This is what I am playing with now :)

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    nice Brandon, but dont expect to high overclock on that board, dosnt look to good at overclocking, but we'll have to wait and see :D
     
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    MUAHAHHAAHA many 1090T's today

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    Computertechy,
    How you liking that CH4 board?
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Not looking to OC much. just need a HTPC board that would suit my needs for the parts i already have and the CPU i want :)

    now im going to sale the DFI 790FX board. anybody have any interest?
     
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    then i guess you should be fine:)
    will be one sicko HTPC
     
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    me like.......ALOT....

    loving the ROG atm and the board is sexy as hell. Wont start clocking her till tomo though. :rockout:
     
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    ya never know don! it might hit 4ghz with this old DDR2 ram LOL
     
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