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

  1. PopcornMachine

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    Really nice rigs, good job with the watercooling and impressive graphics performance i guess ... just one question, are you really able to control that three huge monitors at the same time? :laugh:
     
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    Might have to pull out my hammer.

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    What board is that cadaveca?
     
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    Looks almost like an ITX but a bit too long.
     
  6. ThE_MaD_ShOt

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    well,

    no, it's ITX

    Yeah, familiar, isn't it. :laugh:


    Uh, you think?
     
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    So what board is it? lol Killing me with suspense here!
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Oh, did I forget to say? whoops. :eek:



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    here is my rig.....

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    guess it doesnt want to load my pic???
     
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    Is it some sort of secret one off or something? Or you just in the mood for some post whore-ing? :roll:

    It look's like maybe an Asus of some sort but i'm not sure, i'm curious. Tell me, TELL ME NAO!! HaHaHa
     
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    Has a Zotac heatsink. The shape of the CPU socket is clearly AMD.

    I'm gonna guess it's the ZOTAC A75, the RAM and PCI-E slot colors match.
     
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    I believe you are correct! Going from what i found on the Google it look's the same :toast:
     
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    Zalman Z9 Plus, best case I've ever had and was only £43!
     
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    FM1? But it says FX on the cooler? :wtf: :slap:
     
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    looks like your hand got shaking when taking the picture
    nice rig, but the cable looks kinda need more management
     
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    got my fans and filters in today. Now im painting the interior of my armor case a flat black but my evrcool fans have a silver aluminum housing and blue led. Question think I should paint the housing also a black or leave them silver? the filters are black case is black not quite sure if the silver would accent the interior or look better black my cpu cooler is black and silver so it might just compliment the interion. nice thing is on the evercool fans 4 screws removes the fan and led assembly so painting the housing would be easy
     
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    @micropage, its a bit better now its finished, but my PSU isn't modular, and like to leave a few power connectors handy for attaching random bits of equipment that don't stay in the rig full-time. Main thing is there's plenty of airflow through the case, even after a heavy gaming session my case-temp hasn't gone over 24 c, and as I type this its reading 19c (mainly because electricity is so expensive here now I can't afford to put the bloody heating on, lol)
     
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    I've got the same things planned with my older AMD systems :D Although I have 98 and XP running at the moment with them :) Works well although I forgot just how buggy 98 was!! ::banghead:

    I wish I did my rigs hardly go on as I'm never here half the time!! :(

    Thanks for the comment :) Its taken a bloody long time to get this far and they still aren't really 100% finished..

    I do have another 4 AMD rigs sat here not doing a lot and I do have a load more motherboards sat around doing nothing but I just don't have the spare PSU's etc! :toast: :laugh:

    Oh playing on 3 screens is just amazing fun :) I only had two GPU's in there before but now I have the 3 I'm hoping to get a bit more performance and even to get better at gaming more importantly!! :laugh:

    With two cards and Dirt 2 playing with Ultra settings and 2x AA or AF (whatever it was) I was averaging nearly 100FPS which I thought was amazing.. I think with a 3rd card it would have been even higher and more stable/constant frame rate.. I'll see if I can post up some screen shots or gaming benchmarks :)

    Any games in particular??

    I love this thread. So many awesome rigs!! :D :rockout:
     
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    Yes win 98 can be buggy. Also I wouldn't trust it with file server duties. Something nt or linux based is good. :toast: I have like 10 or so socket a boards around here. I think I need to stop collecting them now. :laugh: Now on my file servers. The way I have them setup is they share a monitor. I have a Dell 21" crt that has dual vga inputs with a button on front to switch inputs. It also has a beautiful picture. That thing is damn clear and nice. (trinitron)
     
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    I know it's not the best of the pre built WC kits, but I just bit the bullet and got it :) Not regretting it a bit. Please don't post links to better coolers for cheaper, I will regret what I just bought. LET ME BE EXCITED! I'll post pics when It gets here :)
     
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    Lauren's PC ATM

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    More can be seen here.
     
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    Hi everyone, here's my pc.

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