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

  1. zithe

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    Doesn't have one. :p
     
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    Just got light room today and played around with it a little bit. Managed to get the old camera from my parents. It's a Cannon Powershot A4000 from about 2004 :laugh: It's like 3.2mp but honestly it has more adjustments and i think they look just as good or if not better than my droid x. I can still use my rents new digital camera which is a lot nicer. Im pretty happy with this though :)

    Adobe lightroom 3.3 is pretty nice but dang is it confusing if you've never used something like it.

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    U have an old case? steal the button for now
     
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    Two PCs, but this is my current setup:
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    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    and your board doesnt have on board power buttons? for shame.

    just run the wire outside the case and short it when needed or something.
     
  7. CDdude55

    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    Here's a couple pics of the inside of my system and my old X58 board:

    The stock heatsink will be replaced with my Corsair H50 once i get some replacement AM3 parts for it.

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    Crappy cabling, i know lol

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    I will be installing this H50 once i get the replacement AM3 parts to get it installed on the board.:)

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    Here's a pic of my old EVGA X58 board that i'll probably be selling.:)
     
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    Look's good man! Why are you selling the x58 board? Also is that a am3 build?
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    Thanks!

    I have no use for the X58 platform, ive been using it since January of '09 and i decided to get rid of it and switch to an AM3 system since it was easily affordable and since my main goal is gaming it was going to be more then enough for my needs(im loving my 1055T so far! :)
     
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    that H50 will do ok on them i have a 95w athlon X4 with one in push/pull in a rig i built one of my little bros loads around 50C
     
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    You don't even have an excuse for that mess....the CM690 is great for cable management. I have an excuse, even if it's a bad one....
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    The H50 did well on my overclocked i7, so im hoping it'll do good good on my 1055T.
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    Ya the cabling is pretty bad lol, but there is only a single cable routing hole at bottom and not much else, i'll probably try routing some cables though the back to see if i can get something done about it.
     
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    But there's lots of space behind the mobo try & HDD/ODD cage. And a whole up by the CPU. I had that case, I remember :p
     
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    That is what I meant by case, sorry
     
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    All hooked up and on.

    [​IMG]

    I still want a Rampage III: Extreme, and I'm currently using my 5870. Might be putting my 5970 in B/S/T pretty soon to fund that project.

    Current specs:

    i7 940
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    6 GB Corsair C8D
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    OCZ Vertex 2 60 GB SSD for OS and SC2
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    500GB WD Blue for general storage
     
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    damn that tiny mobo makes that case look cavernous
     
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    Yeah, it looks pretty ridiculous in that case. It was in a Vulcan then a Bitfenix Survivor until recently.
     
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    nice clean cable management though :D
     
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    Thanks, although the Obsidian series makes all that easy.

    Too bad I'm too poor (chickenshit) to sleeve the cables on my PSU (scared of blowing up my hardware) to make it look real nice. NZXT makes some sleeved extensions, I might look into something like that.
     
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    yeah I've seen those NZXT sleeved extension up close and man they're sexy as hell I'm thinkin of gettin some myself
     
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    Just curious;);) on why you have a AMD setup now instead of a i7?
     
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    Just finished putting together an el cheapo 2500k setup.

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    Can't seem to boot into windows with anything higher than a 45x turbo multi...but that's just fine for now. Maybe 46 or 47 will be possible with more voltage tweaking. Only disappointment is how awful the stock Hyper 212 fan is, it's really noisy in PWM mode or undervolted. Gona have to waste more time tomorrow moving my S-Flex's onto it which I should have done in the first place. Shouldn't complain too much though since it was $15 with newegg a combo.
     
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    What are your temps like?
     
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    Yeah no offense taken.... I do have plans on it like Sneeky Pete mentioned. This is just PC ATM so I update what my PC looks like every so often. Right now it is under construction :)
     

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