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

  1. t_ski

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    I was going to guess $750K-$1M, but as I said, it would depend on the amount of storage available (and of course, the raid configurations). ou know why they put the blue lights on there like that? It gets them in movies and stuff 'cause it looks cool. <- straight from the mouth of the engineers... :rolleyes:
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    but uuuh, can it play Crysis? and make coffee?
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    Looks like the control room of the uss enterprise!! Great photo, thanks for posting.

    Hey, question for Mjkmike, is that a 6990 in your rigg? If so, can you tell me how it goes? ie performance and feelings about it , thankyou.[ that is a stylish looking vga too ]
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    That is a 6990 His in my rig but really haven't pushed it yet. Waiting on three days of work units to finnish before I install win7 on the the ssd. Temps at ideal are great and power for a 24/7 rig are not bad. Don't really know why I got it but I won big at casino so enough said.:)
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    might aswell spend money then, nobody knows what tomorrow bring, congratz on it though, wish more of us could do that lol :D
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    I bought a Razer Barracuda AC-1 sound card and I changed the Antec cases fans to Noctua ones.
    Sorry for shitty pic - my cams battery wsa 0 and I used my HTC Desire Z phone for the shot.

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    didnt even know they made soundcards :wtf:
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    The driver support sucks - I can´t use the cards driver control panel in Win7 - messes up when you try to use 5.1 sound.

    Instead I use the driver only and Win7´s control options.
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    Couple pics of the 400R I picked up from sneekypeet.

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    Nice looking case :p
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    I'm really liking all these Corsair cases people are posting. :D
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    Can't do it on the 400R
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    I think he was meaning to remove the plastic tray in the cage. They will break up the airflow more than what the sides of the bays already do. Removing them will allow for the best airflow potential, even with the steel sides of the rack still in place.
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    That is possible but what i meant was the entire cage:p
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    I knew where you were going, just trying to clerify that I dont believe he ment to remove the cage, but rather just the plastic trays.
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    Ya pretty empty drive bays. :laugh:

    Only need one hard drive and I have it in the optical bay for better cable management. Just left the drive trays in there for now, I want to see if I can take out the whole drive cage. Didn't really have time, just wanted to get it up and running. Might have to drill out some rivets and then use small sheetmetal screws when I want to put it back. Also thinking about adding a couple of white led fans in the top if I can figure out a way to hook them up to the switch so I can turn them off.

    Thanks for all the kind words. :toast:
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    Yep, this ^^^ is what I meant. :toast:
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    If ever I can get a 500R i will put my HDD up on the optical bays just like yours and remove both cages for some sweet airflow
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    Found this on a corner shelf with a killer price tag of $150 (equivalent). It was love at first sight.

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    Yes, it's brand new. My i7-970 is on its way.

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