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

  1. theJesus

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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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    and turned the rad around i see:D and white + black tubing, thats not bad at all:D
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    Black and White tubing looks sweet in that case! Very nice layout there Erocker.
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    Yes, I have to dig out my tripod, will in a bit.

    So the whole reason I added a 2nd radiator was to do this. Stable: [​IMG] :)

    VV In my system specs. Lian Li V1000B Plus II.
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    Heck my temps read higher than most AMD's so I'm happy. :) 10c above ambient sound about right. You see too many AMD's that are running at or below ambient and that's imposhible!!! :laugh:
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    I really need to do one.. making up that "htpc" that I had for a short time, made me really love having amd again.

    Glad to see even that chip can make it sweet.
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    Here you go! :)

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    Yup. My 1090T is running at 15c as I type this. Only problem is my house is currently 23c (73f). The temp sensors on these new hexa-cores suck. Im going to guess its really about 25c.
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    I started to read your post and was going to say white, but then I realized you already did :laugh:

    I think a soft white light behind it would be cool, nothing over-powering though, just enough to illuminate it. Maybe an under-powered cathode with a diffuser on it, placed behind or underneath the res? Just a little something to give it a nice soft glow :)
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    heres a few pictures of my PC's ATM 2nd one is new NZXT Vulcan

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