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

  1. DannibusX

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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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    The first think that I thought of when I saw this was the setup I had with a Zotac ITX board and a Lian-Li Rocketfish :p :roll:
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    LOL yea i have the R2G board and they are very tiny but they are mean OCers.:cool:
     
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    I'm sure they are....but it looks a bit absurd (just like my setup did) :p
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Yea i have a HAF 932 full ATX with a mATX board LOL
     
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    Also a strange combination.... :p
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    I will take better pictures soon.

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    I don't think that looks quite as silly as the ITX/RF combination or the RII/700D combination :p
     
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    What i said in another thread:

     
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    Very clean looking rig :toast:
     
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    Assuming I can remember later (and that's a big if) I'll get a pic of the insides of the i7 later tonight :)
     
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    Full linpack load on all 4 cores @ 4.2 GHz (it bumps down, need more tweaking) with 1.37v, a 1600 rpm s-flex pushing and a 1500 rpm gelid pulling it tops out at 55C. Idling @ 1.6 Ghz with the fans @ 800 rpm its about 22C.
     
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    Ah yes, thanks for the response, good answer too:toast:
     
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    a lot of work to be done....
     
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    How's that GB card treating you? The Windforce GTS450 was one of the cards I was considering (although I ended up getting an Asus)
     
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    My new little ITX build, plenty capable of gaming. Specs are-

    I5 750 at 3.5ghz 1.15v (had to use stock cooler)
    Gigabyte H55n-usb3
    2x2gb 1600 8-8-8-24
    MSI gts450 single slot
    Silverstone 450w SFX psu
    G.Skill Phoenix 60gb SSD
    LG dvd burner
    3.5'' card reader
    2x Acer 1080p monitors

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    Delivering pictures just like I said some time ago.
    Here's my board with it's new cooler.
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    Finally got the time to "try" and do some "cable management" in my case, here's the outcome:
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    I must say, after 2 days of fiddling around, temps have improved, but it was freaking HARD to manage this. Next time, I'm going to buy a bigger chassis.
    But I f****n' love this front panel:
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