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

  1. brandonwh64

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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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    looks clean how many times you clean it
    btw.. you dont use dust filter at all? it must attract alot of dust
     
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    Yeah... there needs to be some "help" for you.. or.... I think I need that "help" that I'm suggesting... ;)
     
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    New laptop I bought.

    Hehehe, sorry for the photos in an awkard place. It's 1am here and I didn't want to wake up everyone!
    And, you can see me and how young I am in the reflection!
     
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    i guess your case is smaller that usual mid tower. mine still has enough space to put 120mm fan on the top
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    its between the psu and optical drive
     
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    I opted for no filters as to not restrict airflow, as for cleaning a quick blast of canned air once a week is enough to keep things clean, i might consider adding some of these filters as they are pretty much non restrictive.
     
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    i only have a rotary tool. no cutting disks, and a file to work with. you bet i need help. :(
     
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    Nice shirt! :laugh: and peel off the plastic from your new lappy's (congrats btw) screen already!!! :nutkick: I have a friend who bought a smart phone and he never removed the plastic for like 3 months and he would never do it when I told him too. So I did it for him one evening when we were having a few beers - while he was in the toilet! :roll:
     
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    not, i used nail and hammer to cut that
    old school way :roll:
    not pretty neat but enough to make my temp lower little bit :toast:
     
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    yeah but its too cool to hide inside your rig
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    Finally got my Corsair H100 yesterday! Stayed up until 3am installing everything :p

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    Here's a close up of the cooler, I'm using a push'n pull setup, just added the fans from my old H70 to the 240mm radiator:

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    Here's a quick test for temps before installation, with my old H70, the CPU is running at 4.5Ghz @ 1.29V

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    Now, here's a run with the H100 immediately after installation, dunno if Corsair ir still using Shin Etsu for the pre-applied TIM, but I decided not to change it for now, I believe it may need some more setting time, but, anyways, here're the results:

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    I'll wait a few days and see if the TIM performance improves over time, if not I can either replace it with Coolaboratory Liquid Ultra Metal, or Arctic MX-4, what do you guys recommend? :)
     
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    :) Removed plastic.
    Hahah, your friend must of gotten of out the toilet and been like
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    Shirt is Henleys btw xD
     
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    I love your setup, amazing! Care to show off the rest? Monitor setup, gaming room maybe? :toast:

    MX4 is great but a bit hard to spread. I'd suggest Gelid's extreme stuff great performance and really easy to spread.
     
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    Thanks for your reply ;) I have never tried Gelid's TIM, I used MX-4 for my H70, and as you can see the temp delta between my previous cooler and the H100 with the pre-applied TIM isn't that big, dunno if Corsair still uses Shin Etsu, but I may order some of the Gelid goo to give it a try, thanks for the advice mate :toast:

    I had uploaded pics from my office before, it's not much of a gaming room setup, but it's more relaxing for gaming and browsing the net, here's my office:

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    I apologize for the cable mess :p, gotta work on that :nutkick:, Here's a pic from my gaming room setup I had uploaded previously, that's where I keep my HTPC:

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    Hope you like it :)
     
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    Excuse me while I pick my face up off the floor.





    Can I come to your house to play? :D
    Seriously nice work man, probably top 10 setups I've seen here.
     
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