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

  1. Chicken Patty

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    One of my computers inside a acrylic box
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    edit: not aimed at you v12dock saw your post after i posted this :)
     
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    Many peeps are WCing now
     
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    My Friend's PC at the moment....

    I had the opportunity to build this for a friend today:

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    Ready to take home, cable management done and all :)

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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    Yep all he had to do was buy some beer. :toast:
     
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    The Corsair is the better psu. Stick with it. Despite being rated at 100W more, the OCZ actually puts out less on the 12v than the Corsair.

    So, did you want to keep the case? I know I did when I bought one for my dad for his birthday. He almost ended up with a 2nd hand Stacker 830 Evo instead. lol.
     
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    ^^ Hell ya Wile E...my buddy almost ended up with my 690 Basic. :laugh: But man that 690II Advanced is pretty sleek with that Sata dock on top :cool: And cable management is a breeze...plenty of holes to run cables through. Oh and the front fan has a switch on the top of the case to turn the bluelit led's off or on.

    The only thing I didn't like is they changed the tool-less expansions slot easy clips for thumbscrews.
     
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    Yanked out my water cooling (the air cooler is temporary) while I build a new monstrosity involving a tech bench I never use.

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    So yeah, I have a HSPC Top Deck and I'm mounting two RX120's on the upper level along with a MCP355 w/res. top. On the bottom level will be a 3x120 Koolance rad. I want it to look nice and neat (try to at least) so I gotta work with various fittings. Oh, and I finally get to make use of the lower HDD rack again. It makes it so much tidier.
     
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    Looks pretty bitchin' for being temporary. I really like the bracket that holds the fan by your gpus.
     
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    It's just a fan, it doesn't actually hold them in place, but it really helps with the temps.

    White and black looks sick good! :toast:
     
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    I still have to throw some clear on the tray, i installed the rivets and everything on there.

    I still have to paint 2 rails that guide the tray into the case white.

    What do you guys think?
    Red tubing + Distilled water + PT Nuke
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    Clear Tubing + Red Coolant

    I was set on using clear tubing and red coolant because all of the red tubing doesn't look right to me.
     
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    It's tough to get the right red color coolant, and I can't stand coolant. Fesser makes some pretty good red stuff.
     
  21. (FIH) The Don

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    @erocker, nice and clean as always, dont know how you do it, but you sure do it:D

    @Assassin its sicko that color scheme imo:respect

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    quick teaser for tomorrow :D
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  23. (FIH) The Don

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    ouch i just jizzed :wtf:

    btw, you dont mind sending that mora rad for free do you :laugh:
     
  24. MT Alex

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    @the Don - Love the silver tube - Inspired by the post of Erocker's old rig in the WC thread? Also, it looks like Denmark's toilet paper is vastly inferior to Yanky Charmin:)

    @Assassin - I'd try to avoid the dyes and such. Just advice I picked up from folks who are a lot brighter than myself.
     
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    haha no not really, havent seen it

    the tubing was something that followed with the parts i bought used/new from a guy

    click the linky and you'll see alot more:)
     

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