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

  1. Fitseries3

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    Oooooo...very nice fitseries ^^
     
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    Looks.... Warm, Fits.

    I have the CPU cooler, got a 120mm on it and it's probably the best air cooler i've ever used. Amazing kit.
     
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    Yeah it's fresh, but PowerISO is installed. I use it a good bit so it was on the urgent list.
     
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    Got my 2nd fan for my rear radiator, looks much better. Once the 1090T gets in, I'll put the white tubing on, clean up the loop better and flip the rear radiator. During all of this I realized a much better solution to my water cooling using a Mountain Mods Pedestal: http://www.mountainmods.com/tower-pedestal-p-565.html and I have a 3x120 XSPC RX Radiator on the way. The pump/res combo and XSPC RX120 will also go into the pedestal. The wheels will be removed from the bottom of the Lian-Li and the pedestal will be mounted beneath it, and a simple hole will be cut at the bottom of the case to allow passage of the block(s) and tubing. Then re-mount the wheels under the pedestal. Total cost comes to about $350 which is a bit less than I expected.:)

    Anyways, here it is now. (I can't wait to get my HDD space back!)

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    Really nice erocker!! :respect:

    Tell me though...why are all your pics reversed?
     
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    The case is like that, not his pictures lol
     
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    LMAO!!! Right....I'm the retarded one :slap: me please!
     
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    He's holding his camera upside down, or hes from Australia :laugh:
     
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    Wow that Scythe Ninja Plus is big. Even in your huge (for a mid tower) V3.
     
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    @SK-1 -- should I spray-paint it black?
     
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    :rockout: The perfect solution.
     
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    Yeah I love it, "sleeper" is the right term there. Fits a full ATX board while remaining mATX size. The only problem I have with it is heat buildup at the top, since I run a low airflow config it doesn't suck the air out of there. I plan to fix that with a blowhole later on.

    Cable management is hard, but not impossible.

    The 5850 is missing there, it's currently packed up into its box, waiting for it to be sold. I'm getting a different card, most likely a 5770.
     
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    i just got some money... :D ill be building an phenom x6 rig after my exams so in about a week or two :D

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    That's gonna be a sweet build :D

    I'd spend more on the speakers though, but I'm just a wannabe audiophile :laugh:
     
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    do NOT paint it, you will get higher temps
     
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    Only 'cause it'll look so hot and sexy :cool:
     
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    Even if I do it only on the top fin and avoid the pipes?

    Correct! :D
     
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    Nice build there...I'm with TJ on the speakers...but like him...I like my music and hate my neighbours :laugh: So I went with Logitech Z-5500's :p What do you have in mind for memory?

    I wouldn't mess with it. Instead, I would look for a performance CPU cooler that was more aesthetically pleasing if that is what you are looking for.
     
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    im not so picky about the sound really, i find my £10 speakers fine for me lol since i use headphones most of the times anyway. for the ram ive already ordered the ocz black edition kit off pixmania
     
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    Thats the ticket. Just what can be seen. This will not effect the temps to any degree lol.
     
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    Cleaned things up!

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