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

  1. theJesus

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    lol, it wasn't a misspelling, I typed the same thing twice; look at the screenshot up above :laugh:
     
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    Lookin' real good Vincy Boy :toast:


    It's a GTX 275 with an Accelero Xtreme GTX Pro. Made a 40C temp drop on load and whisper quiet. Pain in the a*** to set up though. System specs shows my main computer which does have a 4870X2, this new one is only for crunching/folding. Wondering if it's worth buying the same cooler for that card too now
     
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    Depends on what fans you put there. :p
     
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    You're welcome btw. :laugh:
     
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    I hate u Jesus!!!! U stole my 10K post, guess ill have to wait for the 20K one :D
     
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    Thx guys:toast:
    About the fans; I have had some there but noise and vibration was a bit much. Hopefully would get some quality quiet fans later on.
     
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    I finally installed my H50 into the V3 case, it might not perform the best but it will work.:)
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    So I go to my local hardware store and they don't have any 6/32" screws longer the 2 inchs, so I got long super long threaded stick and cut the size I needed for this project.
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    Yes I know, I probably should have cut the grill out for better airflow blah blah blah, but I might want to sell this case in the future and I didn't want to decrease those chances by gutting it.
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    I'm glad the fan wires were able to squeeze behind the panel without any modding. ;)
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    And there you have it! now it looks like a chimney poking out the top of my computer.:D
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    That looks kick ass dude :rockout:
     
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    Is there any better performance by doubling the fans?
     
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    Why not just put it in the back spot and move the blue LED fan to one of the top areas?
     
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    Well this was discussed a few posts back, the rad wont fit on the back...and as you can see it barely fits on top. I would have to remove the rad to add more ram:laugh:
     
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    Thats a kick ass beast T77! i was hoping to be showing a HTPC tomorrow but you guys will just have to settle with the new motherboard on a box for testing cause the Bgears case wont be in til friday
     
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    Thanks! I just got this board from sNiperbOb which replaced the not-so-dead DFI board.:rolleyes:
     
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    yea i sold the DFI board to DannibusX and told him to take care of it cause it ment alot to me and you! i finally found what i needed in a HTPC. i got a AMD board that is DDR2, mATX, Onboard video with HDMI/DVI, and 6core ready all the way up to 1090T :) IM SO HAPPY!
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Ok i dont think my Evercool Transformer 4 will fit in the case :( looks like the stock cooler is the only cooling its gonna get

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    Dont worry CP! ive got a dremmel and im not afraid to use it!
     
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    That's more like it :)
     
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    The only thing i worry about is the Hard drive cage above it
     
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    Mark (MKMods) swears by tin snips for most things, rather than dremels.
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    I have a pair of those also!
     
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    If you post pics lacking your HDD cage we'll know what happened then :laugh:
     
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    65 Fans and 112 setups on a Megahalems

    Saw this over on XS and didn't see it over here so.....

    I found it interesting that he thought the Mascools were Yates with ball bearings. I've been thinking about getting three of the 140mm 1500 rpm ball bearing ones on Newegg for this 590 but was having a hard time tracking down people who have used them.
     
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    XS? dont you mean OCN;) Thanks for this link anyway.:)
     
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    Damn that guys got to much time on his hands bloody good Fan review though
     

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