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

  1. (FIH) The Don

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    my eyes :(
     
  2. Lionheart

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    Ze goggles do nothing:cry::eek::nutkick:
     
  3. Chicken Patty

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    Blurry pic is blurry! Can tell it's really nice though, especially for a power supply.....




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  4. (FIH) The Don

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    wait....its a CPU, i see the AMD logo there
     
  5. Techtu

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    Isn't that actually AMD's web page :p
     
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  6. DanishDevil

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    Technically not my PC ATM, but whatever :)
     
  7. LifeOnMars

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    Oh come on guys it's obvious mastdrvr's pics are in full 3D :)
     
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    Yeah, you can only be one or the other is the thing.

    If it's your job to take photos then your a professional photographer, if it's not your job to take photos your an amateur.

    Sorry if I'm missing any sarcasms. Internets.
     
  9. PHaS3

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    gzuz those pics are blurry... appears to be some kind of red cooler... on a gfx card... at least it isnt an NVIDIA card. To take those pics one would have to be pretty grilled, and thats the way its meant to be grilled :D

    haha
     
  10. mlee49

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    So I was reaching over my PC when I noticed this angle and thought it would make a good pic, and it does! Check the reflection from inside the window panel.

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    Clean Freak ... :pimp:

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    Actually it stays clean cause I swap out my hardware regularly, thanks to the case reviews I get every once in a while. Cant have dirty hardware in new cases now can we :p
     
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    SO I switched back from the raven and onto my Antec 1200 mainly because of the temps, even though the case was 10 times sexier I just couldn't handle it anymore lol. I also went back to 6950 Crossfire, bought the cards from lionheart :toast:

    I've colored my PSU cables black, heres a sneak peek of my system atm

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  14. mastrdrver

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    You guys are killing me :laugh:

    I'd get you the better pics but I think my VR is taking a dump on me. System only stays up for a few mins before it locks up.

    scarcasms? Whats that?

    :D
     
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    I read a book about it once, I didn't quite get it. :laugh:
     
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    Very clean rig randomflip! :toast:
     
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    All the stuff I have bought and aquired over the last 4 months and using it as my spare PC for things such as photoshop and work

    spare PC complete.
    Asus P5K Premuim wifi
    E6750
    4GB Geil Dragon
    MSI GTX460 cyclone 1GB oc
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    H50 cpu cooler
     
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    Here's some pics of my new build.

    Note the 212+ heatsink has the fan mounted on the other side but the flow of the fan is still to the back of the case. You have to swap the rubbers from one side of the fan to the other to do this. But it means there is no problems with the fan and the corsair vengence ram sinks.

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    Nice build. Also really like 2nd picture. You should take some more close ups and visit this thread: http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=71955
     
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    Got both Accelero's Xtremes on my 6950's.

    I'm glad I went this route instead of full coverage blocks as these coolers can be used with other cards and work great!
     
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    How're they in terms of noise and temps?
     
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    Noise = quiet. Can't hear it over the other fans in my case.

    Temps = idle 32c, load 47c with an ambient temp of 22c.
     
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    Wow overkill cpu cooling, i love overkill cooling, my q9550 @3.4ghz is maxed out average 36c xd
     
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    My Q6600 is maxing out at 42c on prime95 now. I got a new motherboard today, so I'll start overclocking once I learn a bit more about what to do.
     
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    Here is my setup. Excuse the wiring it really doesn't look as bad in person.

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