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

  1. (FIH) The Don

    (FIH) The Don

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    ill have a pic up of my table at the GF's house in a few :)
     
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    Sorry if I've done something wrong.
    Hera not my intention.
     
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    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.
     
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  4. (FIH) The Don

    (FIH) The Don

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    sorry if my english is hard to understand, i live in denmark :laugh:

    here is my little setup

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    Don, your English is better than most 12-18 year old teens in America. Heck, better than a decent percentage of adults too.
     
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    Thank You :respect: :respect: :respect: :respect: :respect:
     
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    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??
     
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    i would replace the TIM
     
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    why replace me? :D
     
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    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    because you're a POS :p
     
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    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.
     
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    He's just mean because he's so lonely.... ;)
     
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    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    so ronery and sad and arone :(
     
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    cuz im a korean
     
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    Nice case and rig:toast:

    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?
     
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    Not sure why the resolutions are so freakin' big but here's some better quality photos of my rig :) atm

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    Sorry double post, but really I've never noticed how slanted the XFX card was. dang looks like its about to snap :laugh:
     
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    Yeah, I was gunna say... Oh and what fans are those in the rear of the case by the way?
     
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    Oh those are the stock antec 1200 fans, I don't see the need to replace them at all they work beautifully.
     
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    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.
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    And on the backside I did some good job making the transformators look somehow clean.
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    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

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    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.
     
  23. Kaiser Kraus

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    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. :rockout:
     
  24. Faith[ROG].Anarchy

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    I wish I could play Left 4 Dead on that kind of monitor setup. SO It wasnt an Eyefinity Setup :banghead:
     
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    Yea with stock speeds its around 40c under load. It goes to around 50c when I OC to 3.5
     

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