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

  1. sneekypeet

    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    For the single I assume you are speaking of. The rear I/O plate offset is too deep to use a single fan to attach the rad to (without hitting it). So I took a fan I wasn't using, gutted it, and used the fan frame as a spacer to allow the rad not to hit the steel;)
     
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    Ahhhh very sneeky indeed, nice ghetto mod
     
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    I really couldn't see any way around it, if I didn't use a fan I had on hand, I would have had to ordered essentially the same thing anyways.

    Edit: also by dropping the rad another 25mm+, it made the rad hang low enough to adorn it with the case badge;)
     
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    That case is a thing of beauty Sneeky! :eek:
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Nice job, one fo the cleanest water rigs I've seen in a while.
     
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    ^^ Agreed, lip-smackingly sexy. It's hard to find a decent water rig that has a minimalist look.
     
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    WAY BETTER than an 800D for sure granted at nearly twice the cost.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    wires managed?

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    better, much better!
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Of course, no temp difference, so I wasted my time to please the wire-management Nazi.



    :shadedshu
     
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    Agreed, I am surprised no temp difference though.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    It's a tray standing up on my desk, not a case. So airflow wasn't exactly even an issue to begin with.
     
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    ^My favorite case of all times! :) Got a shot of the inside?
     
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    little update for me :p some hardware upgrade my pc went from this --> [​IMG]

    to this ------------------------------------------------------------>
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    now i need to change the tubing something as append with xspc pump and it seem's i ad rust in my loop!
     
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    There's more in the thread, but I kinda skipped a lot of the internal stuff in a rush to get it back together.
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    In this thread? If so I'll look for for it later. (Working ATM)
     
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    If you can't view TPU right, you shouldn't be viewing it at all!


    me :nutkick: you


    Link under his name man... :cool:
     
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    Purchased this for an amazing price, put it in and all works well.

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    It's X4 955
     
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    I was just thinking (a bad thing I know), what if you were to water those 6970s?

    I have a 6950 and while the temps weren't too bad, the noise at load was like a turbine. Not a trivial expense, but I'm glad I got a water block for it (even though it is a EK of now questionable quality).

    Perhaps that case is so special that noise is not a concern, but it would add to the coolness. :cool:
     
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    lol, first time i ever saw an h50 on a gpu.... creative. it was a few pages back but i havent read this thread in a while.
     
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    I saw a True 120 on a gpu before, even had a 3000rpm Ultra Kaze on it. Better than Watercooling :D
     
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    lol, really now that would be a site to see..
     
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