Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
Naaa i probly wont sale the loop because all i need it 3/8s elbows (about 6-8) and a fill port to finish it but money has become a MAJOR issue in my house hold so this project is put on hold for a while
I feel you man, I haven't been so tight on money but I always have something in my way. It's kinda frustrating bro. Effin' Sucks. I hope your situation gets better soon
Brandon, you got a PM on the fittings.
Good luck.i just thought i would offer lol.I am working on watercooling my 250 to get better clocks...maybe
baught some new toys, a pair a g-skill ram, only two gig and an asus p5n32 sli se deluxe
should be quite nice when ive been able to give it a proper cm job, that ide just kiils it, ill probably remove it when ive finished installing games etc and just run a virtual drive. Im realy enjoying it, haven't tried any oc'in yet only downside is it seems to be rather fussy with cpu's. Boots with my e2180 perfectly try with my E8200 and it start to post, show the cpu name speed etc then it'l justhang on checking NVRAM whilst with the E2180 it does it that fast i cannot even see the Checking NVRAM message pop up but hey ill fix it some how
^ That G.Skill RAM is great, super solid, but I've yet to see a pair that overclocks good. But then again, nothing is guaranteed to overclock.
Nice simple set up, other than that PSU. Oh, and once you get a new one, manage those cables yo!
Why is your rear case fan intake?
If he is going to keep that one for a bit, he should pick this up (i get mine at Autozone, but lowes or home depot should have) and wrap the wires in it and the really wide areas he can use electrical tape, does a world of difference
If you do a better job than the one in this pic, it looks great. I'll try to post one of my pics:
Here you go: Here's my take at wire loom, think I did a heck of a job. You can compare before and after
It looks like those Sentinels from the Matrix
thats fan is an intake because i was tiered when i put in, and lazy after I do intend to get a new psu but i have no money left, and i no bla bla psu most important part, bla bla, buy it first bla bla but hey. and on the cm point i may take up that idead CP i have managed to hide most wires except the ide and power for the dvd drive. Purley coz when ive finished re-installing everything (fresh os) ill be removing it. Oh and the 24pin but thats coz theres no where to put it, no hole in the mobo tray.
oh and i got that ram coz i heard it was good for stabability rather then overclocks coz this board is meant to be very picky with ram
not bad man but whats that big black thing at the bottom? is it one of them case security things? to set of an alarm or something if the door is opened?
Whatever you want to tell yourself dude, but if that cheap PSU goes it could take out your entire rig.
It's a Zalman fan mate 2
i no i should but these things were at a bargain price and if i waited because i got the psu first id have missed them. Thats a fan? right at the bottom of the case on the floor?
It's a fan controller.
Last I checked you can get a decent cooler master PSU for around $30-50 USD. Depending on what your wattage needs are.
aye and that £30 i dont have brother. Im a student living of £20 a week with a car and rent to pay, i got a lucky bonus at work that how i could afford these
Heh, I'm "unemployed" and yet I still manage not to skimp on my stuff. You just have to spend money wisely, that's all.
Is that a Abit NI8 SLI board? OMG I MISS MINE SO BAD!
Yeah, they are great for stability, my buddy has been running a set for a few years already no hiccups.
is that good or bad?
Like rad ed said, it's a fan controller.
Depends, did you like 'em?
Never seen the Matrix bro, not into that sorta movies bro. "oh man Imma get bashed for this"
Oh lord, here we go
Honestly the first one was the best, the second and third were mediocre.
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