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

  1. micropage7

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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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    Yeah it's awesome! I like how you have the boxes from all your hardware, they are all pretty and new lookin'. I like it :3 the boxes for my stuff isn't so pretty.. Also, adopt me please.
     
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    15th, how is that hp e-station printer?
     
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    1000's of dollars on hardware and you ask about the printer, lol. :roll:
     
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    You need more tech bro:toast::laugh:

    Nice fish tank btw lol:)
     
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    Yeah, because my recipe books killed mine.. So... I need a new one... :roll: wait... that sounds like my cooking is bad...



    hahahhahahha.. how's this one?

    Gotta find the diamond in the ruff some how!! ;)
     
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    Haven't posted here in ages, but feel it's time to share my setup:

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    Here you will see my Sega, not up to much these days, just looking pretty and reminding me I'm not doing enough modding. My ultraportable Samsung is still going strong, just upgraded to an SSD and although 3 years old feels like new again. Then you will see on the right my two GPU folding rigs thrown together from random parts I have picked up for cheap where I can. Getting 32k PPD atm.

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    heres my humble rigg what i built 2 weeks ago,its a mid range gamer,and its a nice machine ,i just added antec 620 and it cools very well,especially wit 2 fans on it,idle is 21-23c ,even when gaming dont go over 40c no joke,

    the case is a generic 80,s black cheapo but works until i build my own etc,the gpu is not installed in this shot,id just added the antec at the time,

    i like the idea of getting coolest/smallest machine possible why not,challenging.
     

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    Thanks so much for your comments guys! I appreciate it :toast:

    Thanks mate! :respect: just let me know when you're in the area and we can play a few games :) just try not to pwn me so bad, my reflexes aren't what they used to be :p

    He he, thanks man! Sure I can adopt you ;) dunno if the wife will be happy though! :D

    To be honest with you, it's not so good, got it at Costco way bellow retail price, but lately's been giving me a lot of trouble, claims it's out of paper even when it's not :(, sometimes my IPhone or iPad won't find it over wifi, forcing me to reboot the printer, and the ink is very expensive too, but I got an Inktek refill kit from Amazon for a fraction of the OEM ink price, the printing quality is very good though, and the touch screen and apps are pretty neat.

    Thanks man! Do you have a tank too? Been thinking of setting a salt water tank one of these days... :)
     
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