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

  1. aCid888*

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    Hey guys, question about my pics from above, that top pci-e x1 slot; i can throw an x-fi in there no problem right? like an x-fi titanium. it will fit my hafx etc? also, no one even said GJ on my freaking case man. that thing took me HOURS to get looking decent. i mean i realize it's put to shame by most of you guys but sheesh :(
     
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    Yup! You should not have any issues running a 1x Sound card there.

    Haven't really checked the thread lately tbh. First I've seen your rig. I like it! :)
     
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    thanks buddy! do those xfi's, the newer ones support front panel intel audio headers? i had to get some cable before that was a p.i.t.a.
     
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    you should be able to plug in a audio card, as long as its pci-e 1x

    and with front panel things, i think most if not all cards have it

    and nice looking rig btw :D
     
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    thanks don i appreciate it bro! :respect:
     
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    one thing though, see if you can replace the yellow/orange'ish sata cable witha black one :p
     
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    Did you see how they tested? Ummm, yeah. Take that review with a grain of salt.
     
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    PSU fan testing in progress, I think bearings are going bad :cry:

    e: I also need to RMA my Samsung 2233RZ monitor :/
     
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    Don't worry man it looks really clean. Only thing is the tubes out the back look kind of sloppy. But I like your setup :)
     
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    DAMN, Been out of the thread for a bit, I need to catch up. :)

    That is a badass eyefinity set up you got there. And that wheel looks VERY nice. I haven't played on one but I hear the clutch/shifter control is a little weird to get used to. Can you confirm that? :toast:

    You did a pretty nice job with the cable management in a non-friendly case. Good Job, I like it. :toast:

    OK J5, I have to say, THIS IS THE MOST STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL RIG I HAVE EVER SEEN!!! Very clean, no crazy LED/CCFDs, amazing cable management...This is just a stunner. Very clean and classy, with a nice set of components. Using a female as comparison, your rig is not the slutty dressed chick working the corner, it is the supermodel in the business suit working downtown. VERY VERY NICE!!! :toast:
     
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    Cleaned and silenced my secondary rig (main cruncher), i found the protective foam of samsung HDDs to be perfectly snowwhite (and thus matching my rigs interiors :D).
    I just had to make a few rough cuts with a scissors/knife, to be able to use it.;)
    Also removed that terribly loud (3500 rpm) superred fan from my rad, which too had the tendency to vibrate like mad, so the rig is much quieter now :D

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    Yeah I did. The bag part wasn't the best choice, but it should have been consistent and was run multiple times. I can't find any fault with the sound testing.
     
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    "Full" isn't going to be exactly the same each run. It's only "full" according to their eyes, which are not very accurate.
     
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    In theory that's an issue, in practice it might not be. Depends on their experience blowing up bags. Seriously. Once a garbage bag hits it's air expansion limit it's very easy to tell, if they hit the stop watch too soon they'll know because the bag continued to expand for a moment afterward, assuming they have any common sense. Don't ask me why I have experience blowing up plastic bags... On accuracy, I'd bet the margin of error are too small to significantly effect the ratio.
     
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    Wow this thread has been invaded by the corsair H50. Every man/woman and his/her dog has one!! I have one. Just could not afford one for my dog :p
     
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    As one of the commentators mentioned, any fan that creates better pressure behind will do a better job near as the bag fills up because of the increasing pressure in the bag the fan must overcome.
     
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    What is the best LAN box case?

    It has to house a full ATX motherboard though, Ill tell you why when i find the best one!

    but seriosly though What is the best Full ATX LAN gaming case.

    Portability and size does bother me, I want it to be small, light, and portable As possible!!!!
     
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    Just get a normal case then? lol
     
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    Typo!!! I need the Lan case to house a full ATX mobo, but be as small as possible.
     
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    HTPC cases?
     
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    If i can stick a GTX470 and H50 watercooler in there Id get one. Its to house my signature RIG
     

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