Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
ill have a pic up of my table at the GF's house in a few
Sorry if I've done something wrong.
Hera not my intention.
I think hes complimenting you Keruvino.
However I'm loosely translating his Dutch to English.
Oh and you've done nothing wrong there bud, you built a very nice PC there man.
sorry if my english is hard to understand, i live in denmark
here is my little setup
Don, your English is better than most 12-18 year old teens in America. Heck, better than a decent percentage of adults too.
Hey Keruvino, does your GTX 480's get loud or extremely loud when your playin a game or anything like that, just wondering cause i just got my GTX 480 yesterday morning, been muckin around with it, performs really well of course but to me, its just so efen LOUD! and gets hot so quickly, I was using MSI Kombustor for around 5mins at stock clocks and the GPU got up to 99C max with the fan speed at 100%, plus my room is cold as hell because of winter, do u tink that is normal??
i would replace the TIM
why replace me?
because you're a POS
nice use of my name. but was kinda mean :shadedshu
my ex gf replaced the Tim and she wasn't happy with the results. Had worse performance then before.
He's just mean because he's so lonely....
so ronery and sad and arone
cuz im a korean
cuz i'm a korean
Nice case and rig
I started water cooling with a Thermaltake Big Water 735 about 4 years ago. Nice little set-up, but you should look into a better cpu waterblock, pump and resevior. It also looks like you could fit a 3x120 radiator at the bottom of your case. You will see better temps
What are the temps on those 480's?
Not sure why the resolutions are so freakin' big but here's some better quality photos of my rig atm
Sorry double post, but really I've never noticed how slanted the XFX card was. dang looks like its about to snap
Yeah, I was gunna say... Oh and what fans are those in the rear of the case by the way?
Oh those are the stock antec 1200 fans, I don't see the need to replace them at all they work beautifully.
My rig has no good GPU now since its in RMA. Yesterday I did major changes to the cable management and I installed some cold-cathode lights and this time stacked 4 of them.. 1 blue 1 red, 2 uv.
Also I put the switches on the case rear.
And on the backside I did some good job making the transformators look somehow clean.
Just thought I'd post my current setup as I'm moving into my new house next week.
I've ditched the watercooling (and its for sale) and I'm looking at getting a new case. The Lian Li PC-7s look nice. But I want just a plain window, not the ones with the horrible huge fan that make it look like a budget case imo. Cable management isn't great as I've been messing with a few parts and I'm going to rebuild it soon anyway. And yes, stock cooler for now. Looking at a xigamatek cooler or something along those lines
Its a bit messy, but was only a temp solution in teh garage while I was at home. Running 3 monitors on my main rig (x2 19" 1440x900 and x1 1920x1080 23", not in eyefinity) and my Acer Aspire One Netbook is been used as a jukebox for now.
Nice rig, Thorno. Love that eyefinity action!!! Does that stock heatsink cope with the heat? I'm also thinking on getting another hd5850 for my rig for some crossfire goodness.
I wish I could play Left 4 Dead on that kind of monitor setup. SO It wasnt an Eyefinity Setup
Yea with stock speeds its around 40c under load. It goes to around 50c when I OC to 3.5
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