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

  1. pantherx12

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    I was honestly amazed his system hadn't burst into flames, his 9800gt exhaust gril was pretty much completely plugged up!
     
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    Really? My bad. They looks soooooo alike. Sowwy.
     
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    The dust acted as a fire blanket preventing combustion. ;)
     
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    Bo$$ Lab Extraordinaire

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    how old was that rig?
     
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    OMG where was that? That rig should be on 24/7 for years in the most dusty env evar!
     
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    Nah, it would be empty because most of us here on TPU have amazing look'in cases.:D
     
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    I've got ya beat, originally posted in November 2008:

    http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1079799&postcount=63
     
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    Cold Storm Battosai

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    Yeah, Most TPU does keep it nice and tidy.. But, we all have that... Family member/Co-worker/friend that asks us to work on their PC.. Then, boom.. DUST.. lol
     
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    shoot.... I'm not proud, I had a nasty PSU!!!
     
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    It was built when ever the antec 900 first came out when ever that was.

    And the place it's self wasn't dusty at all was the odd part :laugh: just didn't clean pc.
     
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    Just made some quotes for ease of reading, had you actually read my post. Note the bolded sections. ;)

    Do you live on Arrakis?
     
  15. Athlonite

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    ewwwww that was just disgusting kinda reminds me of what i found inside an old PC at a hide tannery which was used to run the recipes for tanning this thing was a desktop case and no shit from the mobo to the top of the inside of the case was just choc full you couldn't actually see anything in there albeit they now have an new PC and it's in an clean room
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    Need to get some better pics up of my system, but here is one pic for now:

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    Currently using the stock heatsink for my CPU, but i will do using my Corsair H50 once the replacement backplate screws and sticky pads come to me.:)
     
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    Take off the panel and get a wider shot, you need to pimp that psu homey!
     
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    PC ATM Moved my RAD to the outside of the case and added a full Plexiglas Panel. As well as got a New MOB Asus Maximus P55 Formula III
    Crummy Dark Pic
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    Crummy Light Pic
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    Just Bad horrible Pic.... But I think it looks Pretty So I posted it!!! :)
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    Nice case, looks familiar. ;)
     
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    No offense intended here, as this is meant to be purely constructive, but I think that plexi side looks pretty bad. Only because of the edges of the case showing that the side panel usually attaches to. At very least, mod a window into the stock side panel, even if you only retain enough of the side panel to cover those aforementioned edges.
     
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    all put together specs for this beast...

    DFI lanparty NF3 UT
    Asus ti4200 64mb
    512mb DDR1
    32GB SSD
     
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    Very nice:toast:
     
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    My pc is "unusable" because I broke the front of the case and the button separated. Don't care enough to fix it. I'd rather have a new case.

    My asus G73 is keeping me happy at the moment. Severely outdated specs are severely outdated.
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Just change the power button to the reset
     
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