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

  1. t77snapshot

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    ASUS M4A89GTD Pro/USB3 is an AM3 board.

    Not sure why you thought it was a Intel rig, did I say/type something wrong?
     
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    Here is my HTPC board and HS/F

    I call it the 'Turbo'

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    WTF is that thing (HSF)???
     
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    Just installed it all last night :D

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    you don't wanna see behind the MB tray, i was too lazy and just wanted to test it all :p
    so.. .yea the back panel doesn't fit :(
     
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    A few of my new Crossfire setup with a pair of MSI 6870 TwinFrozr IIs. What do you guy think?

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    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.
     
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    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. :)
     
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    Never seen one of those before. Apparently came out in 2006. Is it quiet, because it looks like a loud turbine.
     
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    Nice setup :toast:

    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
     
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    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.
     
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    Ziptie idea, seems like the route im gonna take also. I dont like ghetto either, but I need to mount a Pull.
     
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    It didn't help much at idle, but at load it decreased temps by ~5C, so it is worth it in my opinion.
     
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    Thats where it counts imo:toast:
     
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    My PC At The Moment :)

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    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 :)
     
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    :O Looks sick
     
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    Some benching fun last week with Reefer86 :)

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    Neat! You got 'm both flashed right? ;) ^^
     
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    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.
     
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    Got my quick disconnects in today. Makes things much easier to take apart!

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    Damn Erocker...I love that damn setup you got. Seen it multiple times, and everytime it makes me stare in awe. VERY nice setup. :toast:
     
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    Lookin' real good E :toast:


    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 :)
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    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!! :toast:
     
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    the quick disconnects? maybe they're working as a passive heatsink (active with your fans on em :p), and helping dissipate some of the heat.
     

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