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

  1. (FIH) The Don

    (FIH) The Don

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    well i need to get moving with doing radiator mounts in the top and front,

    the case is totally naked, removed all plastic thingies on it so i could cut it
     
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    hurry up already :banghead:
     
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    My current build. I'm really still not sure about the cable management feasability in the Armor A90 case. Whatever I try still seems to just not work lol. Forgive the cell phone pictures, I dropped my digital camera.

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    Now this, is a 6970 clubhouse

    Thanks to t_ski for the pic;)
     
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    Thanks for your comments guys ;) was at work and didn't have a chance to check until now :)

    Yes, I really love this case, I hope you can get one, you can find good deals at Amazon, I got mine at $159 shipped when it was on sale, you'll fall in love with it :)


    Thank you! Well, the shroud covering the cards, the one that has the openings for the PCIe conectors, has a 120mm Cooler Master Excalibur fan in it, so it acts as an airduct blowing fresh air over the cards, there's also a huge fan on the side panel that has a shroud that blows fresh air directly to the cards, this is one of the few cases certified by Nvidia for 3-way SLI, so CM made sure ventilation is not an issue, the cards never get too hot or loud even during heavy use :)
     
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    My "Small" rig housed in a Lian Li PC-354 -

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  8. (FIH) The Don

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    i love li-li cases :D
     
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    On sale at Tiger Direct for $159.00.
     
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    It is me :D I havent posted up my build thread here, so I thought I'd leave that were it is :D

    Many thanks :D I have some more crazy idea's to finish and do yet but I am looking very much forward to getting a few more parts through and I hope within a few days, they should be here!!

    They are ok, but the fans on them suck... They arent pushing enough air for my liking and when I get my Coolermaster Stacker back from my friend, all of the other drives I have, will be going in that for my server setup :) Now that will be an interesting setup :D
     
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    Hard drives don't need a lot of airflow. The stock ones are more than enough, but I replace the fans anyway, as I hate LEDs. I just like them for benchtop use because the rubber grommets keep them nice and quiet.
     
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    I'd say those 15k and 10k rpm HDD's would get a fair bit hotter than a standard 7.2k rpm HDD would a wee bit more air to keep em a wee bit cooler also helps extend their life span
     
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    Ahhh, yes. Hadn't taken that into account. Still, I don't see the stock fan being an issue in an open air environment like that.
     
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    WTF just happened

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    o_O don wtf did you do?!
     
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    i kinda wanted 2 triple rads in my 600T, but theres not much room for watercooling in it from stock, so i had to do something lol :roll:
     
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    Hope it turns out well are you going to do a build log ?
     
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    when im done, yeah, not until then lol, i always fail when i start a log haha
     
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    Will look neat once you're done! Please repaint it... :)
     
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    paint it pink . .. . ;)
     
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    Heya guys:D, got bored:p and thought I would entertain you's with some pics of my rig:rockout:, I will be making some changes to it in the coming days and weeks:toast:

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    That's it for now:toast: I know I need a better camera:( more pics coming in the coming days & week:toast:
     

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