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

  1. gottistar

    gottistar New Member

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    Its defiantly not pre-built :eek: i have pics of it at "extreme overclockers" i posted a few pics of it just 2 days ago , the post was a semi build log of the H20 unit i just finished hence the pictures......and yeh who-ever mentioned it was posted on the case mod gallery with a crappy WC unit..your right....and yeh its on the NXZT Clubhouse :p

    here are some of the pics of the WC build a few days back.

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    im a big fan of compression fittings, i was converted from barbs...if screwed properly, there shouldn't be a any dramas....

    even thou in the pic i have a few clamps and barbs shown...i ordered the parts online at night , went to pick them up in the morning from , i wont mention any names (pc *cough* casegear) and they were out of stock of compression fittings.......ggrrr....either way the build had to go on.......

    Here is a high rez pic.....i moved the rad 120 ml LED fan to the side for some more light near the CPU block..
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    Looks nice Gott.
     
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    I just jizzed at the last pic:eek::eek::rolleyes::toast:

    Very nice looking rig there man:toast:
     
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    Hello guys. I want to show my new hiding cables, custom I just did, I liked what they found?

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    The Current state of my set up, been like that for a week or so now since I finished the project : )
     
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    EDIT: Wups, double post, my bad.
     
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    Nope, there's still a gap in the middle.

    edit: nvm, the speaker is just in the way lol
     
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    yeh cheers mate, thought it was a good idea myself **pats self on back** :p
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    eyefinity?

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    I have this case built it 2 days ago and its great, however im not into the flashing lights look so I chopped the LEDs off the fans. But this does look VERY good lol starting to regret lol
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Yes, exactly

    Better than it used to. 2x 6950 with unlocked shaders @ 850/1325 is still not enough though, so back to single monitor for me.

    I've got u2311's, too, tried both. Don't think the wife's into moving shit around any more.:p


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    Is it the mouse flicker issue and such like or frame rates?
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    had one monitor drop out during resolution changes while apps load, and relatively poor framerates...I want 65+, all the time. I have a friend coming over today specifically to check out eyefinity, will see what he thinks.

    I've had the 3x P2310H since before Eyefinity and Windows7 launched. Bought them specifically for Eyefinity. I then got the IPS-panel U2311's, so I've been using eyefinity off and on again for well over a year.

    Some apps are OK...the list is definitely longer than it was before. There are still some outstanding issues, but the driver sdie of things is much better than it used to be, for sure.
     
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    Yeah, that´s why I went for matrox (also, did so before eyefinity came out and back then I was running win XP, good thing is that it´s been around for a few years so drivers are very stable.
     
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    sorry for the bad pic, it was taken from my phone (Droid R2-D2)
    My setup. what you see in the pic
    top: 40inch 1080p LCD,PS3 controller,random DVD, Zune Dock
    Middle: Sound bar(Subwoofer is to the left)
    bottom left PSone, PS3,Seagate 1TB ext. for the PS3

    to the right on the floor you will see my rig.
     
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    how are your eyes..lol
     
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    not sure what you mean :confused:

    It is a bitch at times to read on this TV when surfing the web but gaming on it is amazing :laugh:
     
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    He's watching the Ring yo. He's done for.

    Dibs on the stuff! ;)
     
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    Sorry for bad pics I spend all money on parts, no room for cams lol

    Ima replacing the D14 with a Archon, but I don't feel like it estou

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    I want to cover the corsair stuff, doesnt match the rests color
     
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