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

  1. Altered

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    My latest upgrade I5 2500K, Biostar TP67B+, G.SKILL Ripjaws, and a XFX Radeon HD 6950. I just sort of threw it in the Antec P183 case. Its all coming out when the Thermaltake Frio gets here. My plan is to try and get a nice clean color(black at the moment) put down on the inside of the case and some better cable management. I haven't figured it up yet but TPU BST has made this possible. I saved $20 on the Frio Cooler, $35 on the board, and $10 on the Ripjaws buying here. Thats $65 in my pocket and a pretty damn good running PC for a total of $350.00
    Feel free to rip it apart :laugh:
     

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    For "thrown together", it looks pretty nice.... i have seen worser rigs here, from which the owners claimed, that they did cable management to them!:D
     
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    Back to computers ;) I found my old doom disc, but it doesn't run on windows 7 :( instead of finding my old windows 95 disc, I just went to my storage unit (the giant freezer at my dads work, and no it is no longer a freezer.) and looked for a old pc that had windows 95 on it. I found this old thing.
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    That box on the side is something else I'm working on ;)
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    This thing is almost as old as me!
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    :wtf: Since when were psus like this?
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    Rocking 4mbs of ram :rockout:
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    Turns out my mom still has a ton of old ram...
     
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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    And you.


    Carry on.
     
  5. BrooksyX

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    ha nice old stuff. you can download the zdoom front end and it should work just fine on windows 7. You will just have to extract the .wad files off the disc.
     
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    O_O SWEEET. Beats using a ball mouse, this thing is so old it doesn't even have USB!
     
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    or get your wife/gf to do it for you ;)
     
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    haha got me good :roll:
     
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    Just moved all my hardware over to a new case and added a 120.4 rad, still got some UV lighting to add and tidy up the cables a bit more.

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    Makes my 24" monitor look tiny in that last pic lol.
     
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    JEsus man :rockout:
     
  11. BrooksyX

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    agreed that is one big A$$ case. I love it :toast:

    You need to get 2x more of those monitors though for triple display action.
     
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    I had one of those monitors. They don't make them any more, and they are hard as hell to find here in the US. :( Awesome monitor though :toast:
     
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    That looks Rad man! :cool: (pun intended)

    One seriously large case there. :eek:
     
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    I love it, I love it a lot, there is so much of it to love that my love meter is maxed.
     
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    @Krony That case is huge! Nice build.
    Ah seeing all these new builds is driving me crazy!
     
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    hey look theres a hole on top of my case
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Das, your case looks very old and rusted HAHA
     
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    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    its 4 years old mate. and its very humid here.
     
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    time to upgrade:D
     
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    Thx for the comments, the monitor is a good one and if i could get hold of 2 more i would but as mentioned they don't make em anymore so i have been looking at going down the 30" 2560x1600 route.
     
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    I would love to go eyefinity or 2560x1600, but both too expensive.


    And about that case. They call that a Little Devil? I'd hate to see the big one. :D
     
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    Maybe the name is because everything next to it looks little ? :p
     
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    The guy who makes them has the online alias LittleDevil. I've seen a lot of build logs of his work, really top-notch stuff.

    Lookin' good man! And I thought an 800D was big, hah I should show my boss.
     
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    you have pretty tight space on that
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