Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
Ouu 6770! I'll take that dirt 3 code off your hands btw. No need to return the favor :3
The bad thing is that all the cable management I just did will have to be redone. I bought longer SATA cables about a week ago, I guess I'll wait until they get here to do it.
Next up, a new case :3 There are some nice ones on newegg for under $50!
nah, I like the looks of my case. Besides what's the fun of cable management if your case makes it easy for you?
I'm thinking on a few mods for my case. I saw that Scythe has 120x120x12 fans and I think that I could mount a couple at the bottom of the case (the case has a 2cm clearance from the bottom thanks to the server style feet). I'm also considering installing a 140mm fan at the top to replace the current 120mm one. That'll allow me to make a bigger hole and make it look nicer. I really didn't have any experience when I did this:
I could also paint the internals black but that'll have to wait a while as I'm going to buy some hardware to turn my previous rig into an HTPC, only thing left is a case but HTPC cases are quite expensive I guess a regular desktop case should be fine but I need one with a hidden 5.25" bay.
for someone that's had no experience cutting holes in cases as you put it you've done a fairly descent job of it and trust me when I say I've seen some really bad blow hole jobs with jagged edges and bits stickin out just waiting for an unsuspecting finger
Gone ITX for the first time. Took ages to make everything fit but glad it worked out well. It's the stuff in my system specs now. Blurrycam:
That's a nice case. What are the two red things at the back? LEDs?
Wireless antennae w/ red plastic covers.
Looks like the board I reviewed here:
What PSU did you use, KieX? I see no cables!!
Cadaveca answered that one
Yup it's the same board. The PSU is the bog standard one that comes with the SG07. I just bunched up the cables with cable ties and hid them in a small gap behind the graphics card, below the optical. Little brute force was needed, but everything seems to be getting power properly.
Options for overclocking are very limited, but think i'll aim for a 4GHz with powersave features on.
Seems more than realistic. SB doesn't need alot to clock up the CPU speed.
Nice build, for sure.
That would be awesome for LAN parties.
The sugo seems to be pretty popular, i've been wanting to do an itx build for a long time now. nice build!
You haven't seen my desk, have you? Space is in a premium, and my desk is huge. Doesn't ahve to be LAN-party-only!
my startup/mainstream/poor man's sandy bridge rig, will assemble soon
Intel Core i3 2100 @3.1Ghz (OEM type, no box and cooler, borrowed my sister's cooler instead) my startup processor
ASRock Z68 Pro3-m, for overclocking K chips (when i sell my i3 to a friend who will build a PC next year)
G.Skill Ripjaws 4GB DDR3 1333Mhz ram (will slap another 4GB of same memory soon)
sweet baby jesus that's sexy
The layout of the SG07 gives me some nice ideas for rearranging my SG05
messin around my entry level pc...
changed some stuffs...full specs are as follows
Aerocool PGS VS-9 Casing with DeepCool Windblade and Deepcool Xfan 120mm
Intel Core i3 2100 @ 3.1Ghz HT LGA1155
CoolerMaster Hyper TX2 CPU Cooler (its LGA775 but the mobo allows LGA775 cooler, but its titled a bit)
ASRock Z68 Pro3-M intel Z68 Cougar Point Chipset (for future K processor)
G.Skill RipJaws 4GB DDR3 1333Mhz CL9 (will slap another one soon)
Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 SATA II 1TB HDD
Palit GeForce GTX 460 SE 1GB GDDR5 Slapped with a DeepCool V4000 GPU Cooler (@800/3800 clocks)
OCZ Stealth X Stream II 600W PSU
A4tech X7 G800 Keyboard
A4Tech X-747h laser Mouse w/ RantoPad H1 mouse pad
Logitech RumblePad 2
Hori ArcadeStick EX2
Altec Lansing ATP3 2.1 Speakers
AEGIS 500VA AVR
Sorry for the crappy looking pics hehe
Hi, im new to the forum's and just wanna say hello my names Chris and i have a custom built Pc!!!
cleanup day, day of shooting...
What kind of temps are you getting on your gpu ?
Awesome Setup.... and great lighting setting on your camera!
hi, 30~35 desktop, >60 full load
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