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

  1. xBruce88x

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    or to comply... period
     
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    so you use that in FPS game?
     
  3. mastrdrver

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    those who have dusty machines, for shame for shame, clean them once a month, laziness leads to machines performing slower than normal.
     
  5. theJesus

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    That's intentional, to justify unnecessary upgrades :p
     
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    yeah like me, i usually clean it every week but for now its been 2 weeks i havent cleaned it at all, i know it gets little bit dusty
    maybe next week im gonna clean it :roll: :D
     
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    Once a month? I clean mine once a year maybe:D
     
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    dont speak about dust to me,im near the beach and its as dusty as all hell here !! its so bad,after 1-2 weeks,everything is choked full no joke already.
     
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    ^^^dust in my house is horrible too! :(
     
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    AMD + ATI are the best for my budget.
     
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    @speck... your system isn't THAT bad... for $40 you could find a used Pentium dual-core rather than the Pent. D (im assuming that's what you mean by 2 p4s glued together) and you'll see a significant boost in performance. trust me, I went from a Pent. D OC to 3.5Ghz to a Pentium dual-core e5300 at 2.6ghz .. what a world of difference it made, and i got it for $30. It performed soo much better and my 9600gt was able to perform at its best. managed to run SC2 on "HIGH" spec. Not to mention it runs cooler and can OC better.

    srry if that was off topic
     
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    Installed the two white CCFLs that I bought a while back.

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    They're mounted on the inside of the side panel. Excuse the extremely dirty window and non-sleeved cables. Both will be taken care of the next time I get some quality time with my rig :)
     
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    Techbench setup.

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    that is a neat looking bench!^^^

    liquid setup above has super clean layout ,looks great to me.
     
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    I have quite a few of those same VHS tapes, too:laugh:
     
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    I would love to get a nice watercooling setup like that :respect:
     
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    Added new PSU and video card to the cruncher.

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    Nice socks :wtf:
     
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    That is a pretty awesome hairy leg, argyle sock, warm slipper combo!

    On topic:
    Before the PSU or you cant see anything in the PC-TU200
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    Nice, is the bottom ventilated or perforated?
     
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    yes sir it is, and it has a removable dust filter too;)
     
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    Its a struggle to think about the possibility of letting it go. Even if I don't use it, it would just look cool sitting there!
     
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