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

  1. [H]@RD5TUFF

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    old for 6950 was ek,
    and for my 2xgtx570 im using 2x koolance VID-NX580
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    I prefer the zip ties holding the cooler to the card.......
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    New case arrived :), don't have any other shots ready for now...

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    Yep. Been there myself before. :ohwell:

    You can tell from this picture that the thought was already there.
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Very interesting. Of course, long before that I strapped a ThermalTake Big Typhoon onto my X1800XL, so it only seems natural, given the high thermal load current CPU coolers can handle.

    That said, that's one awesome picture, without a doubt. Makes me want to put my Noctua NH-C14 on my 6950 2GB.

    Hmmm...got a thermalright 2900XT cooler, which has the same 45 degree twist to the chip. Wife is home on vacation...could be an interesting project, except I already got real water on my "play" HD6950.

    Thanks very much for the link, really!
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    t_ski Former Staff

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    Right below the pics I posted, I put a link to my project log. More pics are there. :toast:

    :laugh:

    If I watercool the 6970's, I would change the top chipset block out for a 45 rotary and bring the loop to the cards next, then bring it out the bottom to the rad underneath.
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    Thanks t ski, totally missed that, was hurrying up before the boss walked in on me while I was on TPU :p
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    :roll: thank you sir!
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    A couple of shots of a build for my sister

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    I'll post a few shots of my rig later when I'm done with all the cables :)
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    Lame... still not viewing it right.. If it's a tech site, the boss should be thankful he/she has someone that can fix a mess instead of spend $100's on someone to do it for ya..


    I have mine open all day at work. while the boss walks threw the office.
    :p:p:p

    Nice flow of colors Rep
    Looking good :toast:
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    Nice build for your sis, are you gonna overclock it or will she? :D
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    Me, I wouldn't let her anyway :D
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    My boss doesn't care as long as my work gets done. But, I can always say I was doing research on help desk calls :toast:
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    This is what I came up with, still needs a bit more cable management here and there.

    I had to add a 120mm fan at the bottom to cool the HDD's since the provided 140mm fan isn't moving enough air and I don't have any other to change it ( can anyone recommend a good 140mm fan that is quiet and moves a lot of air? )

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    I play counter strike when I get bored at work. My boss just looks and laughs but that It once in a while. Im usually stuck doing word docs or checking up on the network in the plant
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    he's Italian, he don't care. He only cares about women and the beach :laugh:
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    pretty crappy iphone 4 pic
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    That's funny, that's the same cooler I have and that's board I am eye-balling for an upgrade.

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