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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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    lazy ass :p

    lik this ....im t3h l33t PS'er :cool:

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    that is literally horrible, but AMAZING!! lol.
     
  3. (FIH) The Don

    (FIH) The Don

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    now you're hurting my feelings :cry:
     
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    Sorry. I'll buy another 5850 and take a picture with your name in it, just for you.
     
  5. (FIH) The Don

    (FIH) The Don

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    me likez :D
     
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    My new computer + computer mod.
    SR-2 in a Cosmos S. :pimp:
     

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  7. (FIH) The Don

    (FIH) The Don

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    damn dude :D i like that

    what cpu's are you using?

    if you havent joined already you should join TPU's WCG/BOINC Team
     
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    2 Xeon E5620's :D.
    I'll definitely look into that, It would be good to be able use my computer for BOINC and/or folding when its not being heavily taxed.
     
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    i would be honored if you would join this little team

    its a potent and very nice rig you got there :)

    makes one think the case was made for the board lol
     
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    I was surprised that the board fit, but it required very little modification. (Had to modify height of the standoffs so the motherboard wouldn't bow). Otherwise it just required many zip ties and lots of patience.
    Interesting, so BOINC seems similar to folding, but it seems that BOINC deals with many more different kinds of diseases?
     
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    pretty much, yeah. some arent even diseases, like researching for easier to grow crops.
     
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    Oah, thats a great way to make a build with the SR2!
    this Thing has the feeling of a Warmachine, the Ram looking like Tank threads!

    I like the plain, unpainted metal of the Case and the Board cooler, in Combination with the matte black of the corsair h5o´s, the Board and the Ram... only the cooler of the VGA is too brightly colored, bright red, instead of wine red or black, the orange PSU sticker, and the red tape that ties together those 2 fans at the bottom look slightly out of place ;)...very good build, i really like it! :D

    As said,the crunching team would be lucky, to greet you as a new member! We may not be many, but we crunch with heart ;)
     
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    Thanks. I just got this major upgrade last week. I figure I'll get everything running and installed and then work on the aesthetics of the case and build as a whole. As for the PSU, a new one will be of order soon enough, especially since the corsair 750tx has an unbelievably huge amount of wires, and I will most likely need it if I am to do some overclocking. The red tape, I dunno about that, it was mostly to seal the shroud which I made for the h50's, but its definitely an improvement. Before this, it was a disaster of cables. :cool:
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    Sweet rig!!!:rockout::rockout:

    SR2 systems always look hawt!!!1
     
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    Alright guys here is my updated pics of my HTPC from my other post

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    Then I added some noise dampers...

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    Cable management...

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    I'm not sure if anyone can see but I actually used my old laptop HD and it works fine, and it saved me some money.
     
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    does the noise dampers help?
     
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    im not sure because I havent heard it without them but at least it covers things up and makes it look better.
     
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    i had the lanbox once too, but....that was slightly more potent than that haha xP :laugh:

    that board is puny in there
     
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    Nah, I say just some black modder's mesh. Bubbled out.
     
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    Finished the mini p180 silent build.
    - All fans undervolted
    - CPU and exhaust fans temp controlled by MB CPU temp.
    - Intake 32MM SilenX fans undervolted to 880 RPM.
    - Gelid ICY vision undervolted to something inaudible.
    - Loudest thing in there is the corsair fan, which isnt super loud but might be modded out soon.

    Like this build, think im gonna keep this case for a while.

    Cabling pics
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    Has the nice clean look of a new build. How long until you have to do something of a major dusting?
     
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    Very very nice dude, I'd love to have a rig like that. You did a sweet job on the window :toast:
     
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    Built a 1090t

    8 gig corsair ddr3 1333Mhz

    dual GTX 480

    Corsair HX1000

    Element G case system today

    So much high quality party, to much epron

    Should have taken pictures, but Ill do that next week,

    System is ganna stay at the shop for a while, *runs to go test* :laugh:
     
  24. (FIH) The Don

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    what board did you choose for that system? ^^^^



    i have always wanted the mini, i love that case, it is so freaking nice, its small, good looking, silent, and cheap

    good job on that bro, and great job on the window :D
     
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  25. Wile E

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    Great setup, but for that much money and using SLI, you should've went i7. nVidia chipsets aren't as good as the AMD chipsets on the AMD side, and Phenom x6 performs the same as i7 clock for clock.
     

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