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

  1. (FIH) The Don

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    Well this is a good thing to know. I thought it was urgent but the chip I was interested in turned out to be sold. I may put up a WTB for a max $60 Phenom II x2/3 within the next few weeks. Thanks for the links.
     
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    785G supports unlocking, but there is no guarantee your CPU will unlock.
     
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    Heres my new Corsair 800D Setup

    Had this setup for a while now and finally broke down and took some pics as requested.

    Its a fully watercooled setup with a 240 rad in the roof and a 120 in the floor for the graphics.

    Really love the design and look of this case!!

    Heres the first pic with the door on.

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    And a shot of my desk with it on there. Not to extremely big if you have a good size desk.

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    Now for the inside shots.

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    Overall i am really pleased with this case and the setup.
     
  6. Cold Storm

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    looks good Asylum. That case is pretty sweet. Real good water cooling case.
     
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    The 800D is just a win/win situation! Great looking build Asylum.
     
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    Awsome job on the 800D, I love the blue tube. Nice looking res, what are the fins inside of it?
     
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    That is a passive res...It also cools the water.
     
  10. mlee49

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    Asylum, I have exactly twice as much fit in my 800D.

    PA120.4 along the top and a PA120.2 on the floor:

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    Of course I had to mod my case. It's messy in this pic, but I have to rearrange the pumps before it looks pretty.
     
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    I'm trying to decide what to do at the moment.. I'll either keep my setup in my Lian Li V1000B with my watercooling on my test bench next to it. Or, jam it all into this Rocketfish case. What do you guys think?

    Made the window and put the grate on top to hide the modding shame underneath. I figure I'll have to lose a 120 radiator and go with just the triple and a single.

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    OK CP! you have taken long enough! were are those damn GPUz pics of 8800 GTSes?
     
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    here you go bro, I don't have this rig on the monitor at all times so lazyness had kicked in :laugh:

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    @ Melee49 - I think your case is under attack by the giant squid from 20,000 Leauges Under the Sea:D

    @erocker - How about building a pedestal like the DD one you were looking at out of 1/2" MDF?
     
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    IF you use the rocket.. you don't have to loose the 120.. mount it to the side!! or, make a bracket system, that holds the 120 vertical and that way it will not be "in the way" of anything..


    Get what I'm getting at E? If not.. I'll do something tomorrow.. when I get some sleep.. lol
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    NICE CP!! i had two of these in SLI as well! i loved them at the time. i went from these to a GTX 285!

    Here is the old GAL! I still have this full tower case out in my building. I had a E5200 OCed to 3.6ghz with a XFX 680I LT SLI board and the GTSes

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    so which model exactly are mine?
     
  19. (FIH) The Don

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    damn, its already 4 years since the 8800 where released:eek:
     
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    YES they were the EXACT EVGA cards!! Mine got some great scores back in the day

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    dual 8800gts are so damn sexy, they will make for a decent rig even for the near future, sick oldschool rig brand.
     
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    That PC was very good! only thing i would have changed would have been the motherboard and CPU. I would have jumped to a quad with a 790I sli board

    *EDIT* I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE A 8800 FOR MY HTPC!!
     
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    I love the 8800GT im using atm, plays everything i throw at it, inno3D 512mb got for £30 off fleebay

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    i dont want a G92 one i want a G80 (GTS/GTS/Ultra)
     
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    whats better g80 or g92?
     

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