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

  1. mastrdrver

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    Anyone know of any 140mm round fans other than Noctua and Scythe?

    I'd like to find something to replace the fans on my NH-D14 with. The clips don't work with normal square frame 140mm fans.
     
  2. CDdude55

    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    Nope lol. Have no fan controllers at all in my system.
     
  3. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    That Obsidian is beautiful!
     
  4. JrRacinFan

    JrRacinFan Served 5k and counting ...

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    Nice cruncher CP,That board looks familiar. And that 800D is sooo sexy.

    [​IMG]

    This is mine at the moment. I do need to do some cable management, although for being such a big case with very little to work with i dont think its half bad.
     
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    Mate, more pictures please. That's a really good design.

    Would like to make my own :D

    Need some ideas though, so, pictures from the side etc pleasr :)
     
  6. CDdude55

    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    I see my old 4870 is doing some good.:)

    Looks nice, just clean up those cables as you said!!.
     
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    I found this on Corsair's Facebook site, guy is cooling his ram via mineral fall:

    [​IMG]

    crazy
     
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    That's the most "Zen" computer I've ever seen.
     
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    holy that's really cool I wonder though do you have to ring a bell and wait for a monk to come before you can do anything on it....

    by mineral fall do you mean he's using mineral oil in place of water
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Nice Rocketfish!

    They are really hard to cable manage :(
     
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    My PC ATM is a HP Pavilion DV6000 connected to my flat-screen and mouse & keyboard since my desktop has no PSU. I had to RMA it.

    [​IMG]

    That greasy stuff on the plate is mini spring rolls :D Taste better than they look.
     
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    that's me on your desktop LOL and yummy mini sr's
     
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    :laugh::laugh:
     
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    Mah rig ATM:

    [​IMG]

    Leak testing the old PA 120.3(25mm spacing) that got JB welded. It's holding, especially under 2 D5's in series.

    I did manage to find a real cock blocker in my loop. My gpu blocks are so freakin restrictive it literally kills any flow/pressure through the loop. Guess its time to dump these and go full coverage!!!

    Oh and Laurijan, I'm on a lappy too:

    [​IMG]
     
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    what GPU blocks do you have?

    wanna throw a beer in along with the rad? :laugh:
     
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    The gpu blocks are Swiftech MCW80's. Even with my dual D5's with EK tops the flow is just piss poor. I'll have to figure that out another day.

    And no beer! Contributing to minors will get me busted!
     
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    :( was worth a try :p
    btw you didn't answer my Pm :laugh:
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Well i think me and ION made a deal with our loops. hopefully it goes through and i can get this HTPC finished before i light it on fire LOLZ
     
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    You should get yourself a DD block;)
     
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    Hows the flow? I've heard they are good. Couple reviews confirm.
     
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    I will say. DD made a great product in their Nvidia card blocks.. It's a fight between them and bits on me.. Bits only due to the bling factor..
     
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    Yeah I have to agree:

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    Peet, does your res show flow? I mean can you see a generous amount of water flowing?

    I tested the pumps solo(no rad), with 1 rad, w/2 rads(and 90┬║ fittings); all had very good flow rates until I hooked up these blocks.

    Too bad these blocks are 2x the price of the MCW80's.

    I did test the single gpu and it was still pretty crappy imo.
     

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