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

  1. brandonwh64

    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Here are some i took about 2 months ago before a cleaning.

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    Oh yea well :p........:D

    Now that I got that out. I was just asking since I'm still a little new at this. I just got Ripbot cause it has an easy to use UI and really simple. I just assumed from your earlier comment that you might have used some specific program that worked better with HT.

    I'll get around to trying that without HT but I'm failing pretty bad trying to make my 1600 G.Skill Pi run at 1800mhz so that's just tying up the 920 right now.......for about 3 months. :banghead:

    Thanks though. :toast:
     
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    mine...
    got some work to do once UPS gets here
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    looks soo much cleaner now pos :)
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    It does look cleaner but i miss the watercooling
    I am getting a new HDD and NB cooler.
    I am going to get CP's 8800GTS so i can SLI them for a few months till my Bday in November then get a gtx460 or 470
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    I thought CPs 8800s were 640mb versions?
     
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    they are. But the 320 and 640's can be SLI'ed. If not then i will have a PhysX and a 2nd folding card
     
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    all done. at least i hope...

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    nice!

    CT - nice as well
     
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    that setup looks nice but those clamps take away from the look but i know there best for preventing leaks
     
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    yea lol i do agree :), jubilee and bitspower doesn't mix well, just needed to get this finished tbh.

    i think they do black nickel one's now if im not mistaken, they will look better than what i have. time and money will tell :laugh:

    thanks every1

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    ct!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I'm glad to be able to see the bottom of the case finally! Finally!!

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    CT which exact bays are those? Do they fit the D5/655's?
     
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    ^^^Thats resolution :O

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    Ultra kaze :)

    And Im using a 14.2 mega pixel coolpix 8000 with flash and auto focus.

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    So your completely done!? With the case and everything!?
     
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    mine at the moment. Comments on the pump placement?


    Check out the clearance:

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    Or lack there of...
     
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    One comment: how is the pump placed? You can't see it properly.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    lol yeah, I couldn't even see it till you added the second pic...SO...I say that's perfect!
     
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    It's mounted to the mobo tray/wall. Basically the "front" is pointing right at the 1st gpu.
     
  23. sneekypeet

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    I thought your cards were under water?

    EDIT: Just found your FS thread;)
     
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    Yeah I'm gonna buy two heatkiller blocks. Too bad I'll have to wait months for it to happen, but after all I do have to order them from Europe.
     
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    Hello everyone.
    Some time ago I follow this post with the google translator (because my level of English is very bad) and I see that you have the same hobby as me.
    Continue like this.
    Forgive my English level. Soon will put pictures of my pc.
    Greetings ;)
     

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