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

  1. (FIH) The Don

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    i saw someone use wine as coolant one time:laugh:
     
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    Yep, it was a great value. The case is really good except for the side panels, they are an absolute pain to get on and off (esp. the one that smushes up against the cables). Other than that, nothing bad to say about it at all.
     
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    That's because you used an electrically conductive paste on something without an IHS.
     
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    DD, whats your PC look like right now? Wanna show off?
     
  5. DanishDevil

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    I can take a quick shot, but I've got homework to do. Gonna be real quick with no cleanup ;) Stand by.
     
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    Too bad this thread doesn't have a 56K warning!

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    NICE!

    Now do some Calculus Integrals or Derivatives!

    Handy Calc app on the Android Market called Calculus Tools. Really nice app, handy for quick derivatives, series, or even integrals.

    What exact class are you in?
     
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    More tray shots lol

    A friend has sponsored my rig with a mb block WOOT WOOT!
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    That's actually a teacher's edition of the previous class, which I took a harder version of way back in 2007. Needless to say, I need some review, so my professor lent it to me. I'm in MATH 215: Probability and Linear Algebra for Business Majors. Thanks for the hint on the app, downloading now.

    Edit: Way to steal my thunder Assassin48!
     
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    This isn't really my PC but, I finally got all my fittings and my 2nd XSPC RX120. I'm pretty sure this is the way I'm going to have things mounted on this tech bench. So there's two RX 120's and a 3x120 Koolance radiator. MCP 355 w/xspc res top. Just bleeding and checking for leaks now. I call it thunderbench.

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    I thought there was a LA app to, but cant seem to find it. I'll email Andy(Calc Tools guy) and see if he can make one. :)

    Nice PC by the way, love the 470! Come over to the 400 series Clubhouse sometime!
     
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    Depends on if I'm gonna keep it :laugh: Fan gets way too loud for me under load.

    Won't need the LA app, thanks though. We're already done with LA after the first 2 days of class. 3 sections/day. We move FAST. 16 days of class for a course.
     
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    Silver tubing FTW!


    Nice, you'll have your degree in like 4 months then!!!
     
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    That's only summer classes unfortunately! :laugh: I plan on graduating with my BS in BA in December 2011.
     
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    Sorry ill post some lower end stuff then :laugh:
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    Fuck your low-end 480.
     
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    Your "lower end" gear suck MORA!!~!
     
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    All out of silver stuff. :( I'll try to make the black and white look "artsy". I'm putting it all on a tiered table with the bench on the lower part and my computer on the upper. I never have the damn side panel on so I figured why not do this though it's a bit overkill for a single CPU.
     
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    I like the black and white. Too lazy to tell if it's already like this, but maybe RAD > CPU black, and CPU > RAD white hot? :)
     
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    Actually I just came up with a different idea... Try to get the rads and pump all mounted on the lower level with the pump in the middle, drill a good size hole in the middle of the top for the return line, then just cut a hole in the bottom of my case and set it right on top of the bench. I could then still use my side panel if I wanted to... Hmmm.. this is a damn mess! :laugh:
     
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    DD, I could post my 3DFX system if that'll make you feel better, err... when its done anyway. the proprietary sony vaio is getting in the way in some areas lol
     
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    true indeed, but i heard of many people using it on the GPU, even in Revies i saw it quite a few times!;)
    I personally, find it pointless to have 2 different pastes for CPU/GPU;Mosfets... one for all i find the collest about the mx-2.... and its quite cheap too, especially the 30g tube! and that lasted for quite a few months even with more heavier use of me!:D
     
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    I use...fuck...what's it called...Shin Etsu somethin or other. Have like 30 tubes of it.
     
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    whats all this talk about high end parts?



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