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Your PC ATM

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

  1. de.das.dude

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    it says Radical Edward, Techpowerup!
     
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    Indeed it does, same one I've been using in my FS thread lately. :laugh:
     
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    You need to get your eyes checked.
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    My new system I just finished

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    i5 2400 @ 3.5Ghz
    Asus P8Z68 Mobo
    16GB DDR3 Crucial Ram
    Asus GTX 560 GPU
    1000W Raidmax PSU

    I might post some pics of the inside... This case is great for cable mangement, but I still have to many wires:banghead:
     
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    Did a local pickup today with jbunch07 in chattanooga TN! Was great to meet a fellow TPUer in person!

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    just ordered a bunch of parts to make a nerv themed pc out of hexy, they should be in on Thursday :)

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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    First AMd quad I ever owned was a 940BE :) now I have one again!
     
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    After 3 years of being almost inactive in terms of modding and overclocking ... i finally got into the itch of building another computer, this time mainly focused to obtain a Hackintosh system that worked out of the box, i did it and i wanted to pair it with a G5 case to obtain the best results ... what you will see it's just a proof of concept, things are not completely fixed, i have to work on front panel and cable management is not there at all ... it will take some more weeks to be really finished but take a look and see how it's going, at the end this thread is "Your PC ATM" hope you like it! :D

    Edit: I just noticed that my previous rig ... is on the first page of this thread LOL!!!

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  11. Outback Bronze

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    Hi guys. Ive never uploaded pictures of my bomb pc here b4. Ive had this case 4 about 8 years now. Cpu and cards all water cooled. Bitspower gpu blocks and ek supreme cpu block.

    With flash.

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    And with out flash.

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    Hey SirKeldon its pretty cool how youve got yours on the first page. N1.
     
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    Main rig back online^^
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    The first Apple i like! :laugh:
     
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    Outback bronze, that is COOL.

    Here's mine:

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    Kinda looks like it's from another planet.. much like alot of other systems on here...
     
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    I worked a little bit more on the cable management, added the DVD, routed "preliminary" the power button and led (till the original panel arrives), a 92mm fan on the back on the Apple original mounting plate and finally mounted again the door lockings (just two due because the plastic broke in the middle ... and the epoxy i used to glue it it's not letting the lock to pass) ... shame is i don't find the other fan i bought, it's unboxed but dunno where :laugh:

    Here's how it's going:

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    More cleaning:

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    And here is a shot with a GeekBench result:

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    Hope you like it :toast:

    Yeah, first big mod in an Armor Jr, 120mm top hole, adapted a TT Bay reservoir to fit a single rad and a pair of small holes in the back to mount the Dual MCR-220 outside ... the thing is it was really full, 14 fans and too much light and sound, this time i wanted to make it minimal ... according to Apple style :)

    BTW, yours is looking pretty cool for being a complete transparent case, keep up the good work :D

    LOL, Thank you! :toast:
     
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    Nice machine you have there. :toast:
     
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    Ahh, Hackintoshes and watercooling, the two things that always make me itch to create a new project...
     
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    What i totally forgot to mention, even tho i knew it for years:

    Topmounted rads are great "herb driers", if you get a little load on the loop!

    Start up some game,put it on the rad, and then, after a while, do a little break, and PUT IT ON.
    ;)
     
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    Gives new meaning to "WTF are you smokin'?" :roll:
     
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    Finally, got it sorted :)

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    Finally now both rigs are working, I just need to spend a little time with the 762 build to get that overclocked a little more, its at stock!!
    I hope to put up a few more pics soon :D
     
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    Nice rigs:toast:
    Have you thought of crunching for TPU's WCG team????
    Sure could use your crunching power:)
     
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