Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
Your rig looks pretty clean! that cooler looks massive....NICE
ASUS M4A89GTD Pro/USB3 is an AM3 board.
Not sure why you thought it was a Intel rig, did I say/type something wrong?
Here is my HTPC board and HS/F
I call it the 'Turbo'
WTF is that thing (HSF)???
Just installed it all last night
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you don't wanna see behind the MB tray, i was too lazy and just wanted to test it all
so.. .yea the back panel doesn't fit
A few of my new Crossfire setup with a pair of MSI 6870 TwinFrozr IIs. What do you guy think?
Do want! Whats it called?
Very nice. Like the fan aimed at the end of the two cards. That will help with temps.
Nice case. I see it is a Coolermaster CM690 II Advanced.
It's a CoolerMaster Eclipse HS/F that I picked up when a local pc store was going out of business. It keeps my HTPC's Intel C2D E4300 @ 3.2GHz nice and cool.
Never seen one of those before. Apparently came out in 2006. Is it quiet, because it looks like a loud turbine.
What fans do you have mounted on the Scythe? Also I dont get why it didnt come with clips to mount another fan, what a shame:shadedshu
There is a Scythe GentleTyphoon 1800rpm in push and a Xigmatek 1800rpm in pull. Yea, I looked for addition fan clips, but could never find any in stock, so I resorted to the zipties to mount it. The mounting works well, but it looks VERY ghetto, which I hate.
Ziptie idea, seems like the route im gonna take also. I dont like ghetto either, but I need to mount a Pull.
It didn't help much at idle, but at load it decreased temps by ~5C, so it is worth it in my opinion.
Thats where it counts imo
My PC At The Moment
Cell phone pics for now. Took some of the swap process with my D5000. I'll be uploading those sometime over the weekend. Check left for new specs
:O Looks sick
Some benching fun last week with Reefer86
Neat! You got 'm both flashed right? ^^
Yep. I had them both at +20% power and at 915 core, but I crashed every now and then. Backed them off to stock 6970 clocks and they've been all right since. Will do some more investigation later.
Got my quick disconnects in today. Makes things much easier to take apart!
Damn Erocker...I love that damn setup you got. Seen it multiple times, and everytime it makes me stare in awe. VERY nice setup.
Lookin' real good E
I managed to scrap together a MicroATX test bench today out of a year 2000 HP Pavilion case. It can safely mount 2x 3.5" drives, a single 5.25" drive, and has a removable floor with padded feet. I would have much preferred a nice acrylic bench that can hold more securely, but this will do for now
What's weird is, I got a 3c drop in temps on my CPU and a 4c drop on my NB after adding these. Their magic!
*They should be for $60 f****** dollars!
Joe, that is genius!!
the quick disconnects? maybe they're working as a passive heatsink (active with your fans on em ), and helping dissipate some of the heat.
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