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

  1. theonedub

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    Closed blinds and curtains. got the room fairly dark. I will get a better one tonight.
    It is the thermal chamber that comes with the Spedo Advance case. Works out good as it supports the weight of that IFX-14. I just need to find a way to support that 5970 now.


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    lol yeah crap camera and the bloke that took the photo is not much better :laugh:
     
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    lol! it's cool man, but really....Whats that black thing above the 5970 in Papa?
     
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    I told you lol. It is the thermal chamber that comes with the Spedo Advance Case. It is in the perfect spot to take some of the weight of my IFX-14 cooler. I am trying to figure out to make something up that will support the 5970 I dont like the way it sits and all of that weight cant be good for the board. But I did just recently enter a competition to win a H50 cooler.... That would be better nice and small.
     
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    hmm what about making an small bracket to screw into the underside of the thermal chamber and over the back edge of the graphics card
     
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    Hi!

    Since I had a terrible nightmare this night and woke up at 3am I started to work on a friend machine to kill time - Socket A 2GHz, 1Gb DDR1 400 machine.
    Yesterday I cleaned the parts already but this night I did put it together and cable-managed it :D
    As reward he promised me to buy the strongest battery life electronic cigarette in the world for me!

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    I have though of something similar to that but instead it will hook into the red duct's on the back and hook onto the chamber. I am not a fan of screwing things to my hardware. It cost me too much money :laugh:
     
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    yes that'll work as long as it feels secure so that it wouldn't drop off if you moved the case around although i only meant screw it to the thermal chamber not the graphics card aswell but you idea would work just aswell i spose
     
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    Haha no fear this case stays put. I have not been to a LAN in years.:toast:
     
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    I'm lucky i got friends and an 8 port gigabit switch and loads of room they all come round here for LAN gaming but it's getting harder and harder to get good games these days that allow you to run them on a LAN without having to go through some shite internet server to do it we also do a fair bit of file sharing aswell (but that's just on the quiet) ;)
     
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    Ever used this? http://www.tunngle.net/en/
     
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    Nope mainly because its this >Tunngle virtual networks are the ideal place to play PC games with your friends over the internet< still requires an internet connection but i already know how to do VPNs to friends we've used them for years and all tunngle does is remove the dirty work of setting up an virtual private network tunnel
     
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    Oh sorry, I didn't see that...thank you:eek:

    Good luck on the H50 contest!!! That cooler works well, I have two:D
     
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    Night shot. I tried to avoid the cathodes this time.:eek:

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    Its all good no need to say sorry. :cool: And thankyou I dunno how I will go there are some pretty talented people on TPU :)
     
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    Mailman delivered me something to play with :D

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    I like it nice and small. What are you putting it into?
     
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