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

  1. ReaperX87

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    Looking good everyone, they all look very nice.
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    Some new toys for the weekend. Putting system specs rig into the T60 and swapping my Razer Deathadder for the Cyborg RAT 5. Hoping I'll have more luck with this i7 than the last one.

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    Awesome sauce - the Lian Li Pitstop, that thing is a hunk of over priced junk.
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    Was an OK price for me. Plus I don't intend to use it as designed. I just wanted it because it was the easiest way to get a mobo tray and hard drive racks with no need to shred a case to bits. It will be spread all over a shelf which i think is better than the risky balancing design.
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    how much for your old deathadder? im coming to central london tomorrow PM please
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    Someone just got a bonus in their paycheck I see..:toast::D Sick new hardware KieX, but why did you decide to go with that mouse?
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Returned my 580 and got a 570, returned my h50 and got a h70. Saved me about $100 which allowed me to get new parts.
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    Awesome looking rigs.

    Good idea on the gpu/watercooling swap.
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    @Bo$$: PM'd

    I bought a RAT3 for work and got so used to it that the Deathadder at home felt weird now. Was thinking RAT7 but in the end I didn't think the extra features over the RAT5 were worth the extra cash.

    If you get something like NZXT braided cables you could probably get some nice straight lines with that extension to make the cables a little neater. Nice setup though :toast:
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    Another of mine. Still very happy with temps.


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    Unfortunately I don't have anything as neat as you guys to show. This untidy mess is what my room looks like atm. The one on the desk is the new i7 2600K i'm doing stability tests on. Once that's sorted I will put it on the shelve and tidy up the clutter :laugh:

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    @KieX thats the way mate. They run cooler out of the box anyway :)
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    It's awaiting me to have some time to do it.. This was no modding, and due to the fact that I won't have any hdd's, just two Ssd's in the main case, this'll give me space.
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    camera did NOT like taking pics of the PC for some reason, every last one came out blurry.

    adjusted my desk setup, monitors raised a bit higher (dunno if i'll keep it that way) but the desk itself is much cleaner/emptier.
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    Damn, I love the looks of those XSPC rads. Fat boys.
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    I dumped the WC system since I dont OC much anymore and want to safe money on the e-bill

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    My PC ATM with Intel stock cooler but a GTX 460 instead of GTX 275 (This was my last upgrade for this ol lady)
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    Sadly, my PC has no video card(s) ATM. :(

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    Will have one tomorrow though. Good thing is, this gives me some free time to clean off that residue from the PSU. Oh, only new addition so far is a 120mm Noctua fan on the top. Figured I'd keep it inline and go all Noctua.. too bad they don't make 180mm fans :p
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    Was about to ask yah in case if you needed it. 7300GT here that i got as backup.

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    So clean!
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    EVGA GTX 570 should be here tomorrow, hoping to add a second 570 within a few months to complete the madness.
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    Very nice silverstone case there. Like the turned motherboard. And I think those 180 fans will do just fine. ;)
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    My ongoing SR-2 project, still have a lot of sleeving to do and need some extension kables for the PCIe kables. Ran out of black and white tubing so had to use one clear and waiting for a dualbay res.

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    is there room for more in there :eek:

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