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

  1. xbonez New Member

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    I wish I could keep my desk that neat
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Yea my desk is a MESS and im dr suess
     
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    I swear to God one of these days I'll spend the entire day cleaning up my desk just so I can take a pic to put it up here.
     
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    I've actually done that before :eek:
     
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    got my nxzt led thing put in (bought a 2nd one as they wanted me to rma the damn thing) looks pretty nice and it occurred to me it looks very christmasy!

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    Lets just say I'm really good at covering my soldering tracks. lol.

    And, like Sneeky, extra voltage is just regular usage for me. :D

    You should mod that portable AC into a phase change. lol
     
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    BAM!


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    oooooooooooooooh. 970!!!! do want.
     
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    Thanks, the stock voltage keeps this chip room temperature :D

    I'm gonna go for a 200blk run after I get back on water. :D
     
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    If I didn't think I would get in trouble.. I'd report you for still using that signature! Even more now that you got that chip!!

    Can't wait to see it under water again! :rockout:
     
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    Dude that 970 looks awesome! I wish i could afford it :(
     
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    I know right?! I suck for it. Maybe I'll get a new one for Christmas :D

    Just set a quick and dirty 160blk and tested with Prime95, temps are under 70º :D :D Damn low voltage chips ♥ ♥ ♥
     
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    What cooler are you using?
     
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    Cooler Master Hyper 212+
    sub$30 cooler :D
     
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    Nice! Thats good temps for a hyper :rockout:
     
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    And yet more stuffs for upgrades.

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    They really should just give me more room in my sig, there are like 6 (soon to be 7) other PC's not listed on here.
     
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    Got this baby at a local thrift store today for $25. Has a 2.8GHz P4 with HT, 512MB of DDR2, DVD drive, etc. It needed a hard drive (didn't have one in it) so I threw in a spare 320GB Seagate I had lying around. Works absolutely perfectly with a fresh XP install. Hopefully I'll make a pretty penny off of it, but if not, it'll make a nice spare rig. The thing is dead silent.

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    Nothing special on the inside, just Dell's signature proprietary hardware :shadedshu
     
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    Not bad for 25 dollars, IMO that's what the case is worth.
     
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    Yeah man nice deal on that. I wish i always had some extra cash for when i come across good deals like that!
     
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    Moved back and rearranged for this summer so that my case is able to exhaust hot air through the window :).

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    And on the left of this next picture is the reason why I don't have a tri-SLI/Crossfire setup with 3x 27 inch monitors for eyefinity. It has cost me twice as much as my rig atm :laugh: :toast:

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    Very neat desk,

    but..

    how does the plastic drawers to the left hold up your subwoofer? And, won't you have better sound / less unwanted vibrations if you placed it on the ground?

    or...

    is that not a subwoofer at all?
     
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    It's a subwoofer, so far there is no unwanted vibrations since there will be alot more unwanted vibrations if I place it on the floor because believe it or not, I am on the second story of my house :ohwell:

    Oh and to be fair, there's alot of heavy stuff in that plastic storage box thing so It doesn't really vibrate at all plus the surface of it is wooden.
     

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