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

  1. t77snapshot

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    Those are Deltas. You can tell by the logo. ;)
     
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    It's not overkill when you have that much hardware to fit into a case. It just will not fit into a normal sized case.
     
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    With that many deltas can you even sit in the same room with the thing at full blast? Just one of them at full rpm is enough to make me scream for mercy.
     
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    Bad GIMP job of what is coming next:

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    Yeah, My case is black and the bottom will be bushed silver aluminum so we'll see how that looks. I will mount the wheels to the bottom of the pedestal. Everything is going to go in there, even some excess PSU wires, it'll be quite handy. Oh, I have a Koolance 3x120 rad on the way from phanbuey, a XSPC RX120 the will be up front and a HW labs 120 for the rear hole. The other three side holes will be for exhaust. I figure it should be able to cool any loop as long as my pump can keep up. I'll end up getting a large resevoir to drop in it, but I have to wait and figure out how much room I will actually have with everything installed.
     
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    It's not a bad thing. You can even place the box upward.Yeah, i'll be a good look once it's done.
     
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    :laugh: I had cleaned it :D All 3 of the 120mm intakes will be filtered when done I am done though in hopes of keeping it looking that clean forever!
     
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    Bye Bye Barbs.
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    Pics please when you've done it as I too have a RaVeN RV02 so it'd be good to some possibilities
     
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    Fits you da man that case just rocks dude but damn how much noise does it make with all those fans goin full noise must sound a wee bit jet engine ish
     
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    Clamps?:confused: I don't need no stinking clamps!:laugh: Just barbs. No clamps ever.
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    I was lazy.:ohwell: It was a tight fit and there are multiple seal points on each barb, but I was lazy, stupid, lucky or all of the above.

    Now I'm just compressed!!:laugh: and relieved.
     
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    But compression fittings are still barbs, that's why I were confuse.
     
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    I believe there is a difference. Compression fittings are shorter than barbs as far as I can tell. I originally used Koolance compression fittings and then switched to Bitspower barbs.

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    Okay let me retract the statement above:)

    Took this pic of two different 1/2" barbs with a 1/2" compression fitting. They are basically the same~

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    As always, Wile E was correct as far as I can tell:slap:
     
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    o_O nice leds on the ram
     
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    not my pc, but a important part of it :)

    quality is poor, have no real camera atm

    next thing is to paint the pci bracket:)

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    Got my HD5850 this week and i am very pleased with it so far. Oh and i got the reference design :)

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    1 thing, its a nice card, but i would not oc it with those adapter thingies

    but grats with the new card, may it give you some nice framerates;D
     
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    Yeah i know just wanted to see the card in action :D . The new PSU is on its way, should be here next week.
     
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    There will be a project log, but I first gotta get this MM case done.. IF this one ever gets done.


    Yeah, Compressions are still barbs. But, the better stuff. IMHO
     
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    Not if you use thicker than normal tubing tho. I avoid compressions, just because they limit my tubing options. Me likey options, even if I never use them. lol.
     

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