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

  1. Miljan88

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    Oh well it doesnt looks so good :p but i wanna be part of the loooong thread :toast:
     

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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Nice antec 900! i almost went with it or the 1200 but ended up with a HAF 932
     
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    meet the twins...

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    Fitseries, you much be one rich bastard! (Not offense meant, just jealous of all your hardware.)
     
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    same mom different dads:roll:
     
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    Yeah, his house is a warehouse full of hardware!:laugh:


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    Well after much deliberation i finally bit the bullet and pulled my water from my HTPC and reinstalled the thuban cooler :(* it was a sad day for me since money has been a major issue as of late. i will hopfully get it back in and running good within a month or so. also sold my 8600GTS in hopes of getting a higher end 8800 series card in the future.

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    The full water loop still together.... just not cooling the phenom II

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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    I have noticed that using zalman thermal paste compared to AS5 and AF5 is working slightly better? usually my x3 720 would be running about 32-34 deg idle and with the zalman stuff it runs 28-30 deg idle and didn't get over 42 on full load with occt on max mem and load for about 1 hour. since im now out of thermal paste, i should just order some of this zalman stuff. its like a white chalky stuff
     
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    Have you tried MX-2/3 yet?
     
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    Brandon sorry to hear that bro, I've been through money issues myself bro, it sucks :(

    But are you going to be selling the loop? If so do me the favor and PM me the components and a price if you do want to sell. Thanks bro and good luck :toast:
     
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    I really don't want to sale the loop cause all i need to finish it is 3/8s elbows and a fill port and it would be complete and ready to reinstall after slight case mods. On the other hand i would probly trade this entire loop setup for a H50 cause it would be easier for me to fit in the HTPC case.
     
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    WTH u got pm cp
     
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    is the block a Dangerden TDX?
     
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    yes sir it is
     
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    there some nice blocks. :toast:
     
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    yes it is! i like the design of this block! if i sale this loop i will send it as a WHOLE with the following...

    OCZ Hydro Pulse Water Pump (will include 3/8s and 1/2 barbs)
    Danger Den TDX AM2 block with full kit (3/8s barbs and full mounting hardware)
    Swiftech 120mm all copper RAD (includes 3/8s barbs)
    a bundle of feser black tubing
    a 3/8s T line
     
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    I can say that the Hydro pulse is a surprising pump for it's price and size. I was happy with mine but just got too good of a deal on the 655 :laugh:
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Oh yea! it cooled this unlocked phenom II at 3.6ghz down to about 55 deg at full load. It works great!
     
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    cooled my i7 920@3.9ghz ~60-65c when i had it in my loop.
    people like to hate on them but in all honesty they aren't bad and are great for a CPU loop.
     
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    I have the same pump just the danger den version in my I7 setup and it works perfectly
     
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    that helps support my statement about them not being bad. the OCZ one is just a DD pump with a OCZ sticker and price slapped on it.most of the time you can find the OCZ cheaper then the DD.
    kinda reminds me of PSU's in a way.You can get some Corsair PSU's made by seasonic but they can be cheaper then the Seasonic one that is the same damn thing.
     
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    Was bored today and modified this ol Antec 900 :rockout:
    Camera is Old Sony...sorry for bad quality pics=)
    P.S. have to do alot on this case like Black paint inside...removing top DVD-RW when i find the grill:S modifying LG DVD-rw to look like Rest of the case :D putting second fan on gemin(when i find to buy Fan Holder since i lost mine)...cutting side to make some logo or smth with Led/neon backlight etc.
    Any suggestions welcome:toast:
     

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