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

  1. spectrus77

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    Going to corsair 650D
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    Nice rig spectrus77! And if you can find one would you mind messaging me the link?
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    put my rig into my haf x today, here's the results.

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    I love the PSU cover ofthe HAF X! You dont need a modular PSU to be really clean in this case.
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    yes it's f'n great, there is a mass of unused cables under there, but i am looking forward to getting a modular psu.
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    Modded a bit my 650D with an Added a 120mm fan in the drivebay and it fits.

    Using my old Antec 1200 parts!

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    That is a vegas fan right? Or apolish?
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    Nice DD. Thats a pretty sweet looking rig!
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    I have those mems and that board, nice combo, those two.

    Those are 6-8-6-24 sticks? If so, you should try 2133 MHz 9-10-9-28 @ 1.5v...;)
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    Very clean. The tubes on the right definitely better way to go.

    Oh, and the white tubing in the storm trooper is very cool. :cool:
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    Its appolish.
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    Looks good but how are they when it comes to performance and noise?
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    Here's mine for a minute.... Should have the other one sorted within a few weeks, maybe less :)

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    me liky the Tower 21!
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    I wish it was bigger if I'm honest!! :lol:

    I cant wait to get the other one setup and finished :) That I hope will fit on the other side of the desk...... At least I hope it does!! :lol:
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    3x30" delly's?

    oh yeah im jelly on your delly's
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    3 30" Dells :) Models are 3008WFP, middle one is revision A02 and the end two are A06. I love them :D But its a bit weird looking at 90" of screen so close... I think I'm going to have to get some USB extension cables to connect up to the mouse and keyboard so I can play near the wall when my house mate moves out!

    I can even put up the surround sound then as well :D
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    can i replace your house mate please?

    no-homo btw :laugh:
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    Well she'll be moving whenever she can find a place :) It might cost a bit to get to work and back for you tho!! :lol:

    On the plus side though, I do have a home network with 16 ports to fill :D
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    live in brighton but work in london. Im use to travelling, if they didnt invent rumble strips i wouldnt be here talking to you :laugh:
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    Well I think I'm about an hour and a half from Brighton and a bit more from London!! :lol:

    Rumble strips?? :wtf:
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    They are very quiet actually but they do not push much air at stock speeds, So i modded them be retching the sensor so they run at full speed all the time and they are quiet.

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