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

  1. angelhunter

    angelhunter New Member

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    you need to buy her something expensive first wait a few days than buy you something. works for me all the time
  2. ThE_MaD_ShOt

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    She gets a new car every 3 yrs so she be happy.
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  3. Arrakis+9

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    just got the liquid cooling setup, running into a few issues how ever. the X58 chipset & ICH10R get sweltering hot the NB is hovering around 66c with a low profile HS yanked off a socket A cpu and the SB is even hotter (burns my finger to the touch) might have to get a few enzotech copper heatsinks & another couple of 40mm fans so i can start overclocking.


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    Do you have one 120mm rad in that set up?

    Won't be able to keep that GPU and CPU cool surely :S
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    So, what do you think of the Monsoon fittings? ;)
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    Actually, this radiator was designed for a low speed fan & its very dense as you can probably make out from the one picture, it keeps everything nice and cool, hitting about 52C while gaming on the video card & 45c on the cpu so theres still quite a bit of room even for overclocking :toast:

    and i absolutely love the monsoon fittings, they're sexy looking the only gripe i have about them is its way easy to over tighten them and have them slip right off the threading
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  7. m1dg3t

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    New PSU, extra 4g RAM, replaced the 92mm fan blowing on the card and pulled the fan's that were on top of the HDD's and re-did the wire management :eek:

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  8. SaZ

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    hi this is my pc

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    The case come from a very old server...totally modded

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    I think we have one of those cases sitting around at work. :laugh:

    Looking good on the guts thou. Why no rear case fan?
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    Cool. I was expecting more of an old build.
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    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    its always fun to slap a beastly system in an old beat up case
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  12. ThE_MaD_ShOt

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    Nice old school case there. Nice internals too.
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    I'm waiting for my turn :banghead:

    still looking for that hydraulic mid tower (see sig) :D
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  14. SaZ

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    I found this case in a computer dump:laugh:...i dont put the rear fan because the ventilation seems better without it.
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    Dual pentium 3 system watercooled, coming soon.
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    my old school system:
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    2x Pentium 3 tualatin 1266Mhz
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    Pci ide-sata adapter
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    maxtor 120GB sata
    liquid cooled by homemade waterblocks

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    Nvidia 6800GT with zalman vf1000

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    JrRacinFan Served 5k and counting ...

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    Optical illusion; mixed tubing.
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    I thought so!! :toast:
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    yess the 2 radiators and all my loop is only for the cpu....i'm planning to change videocards and to watercool all the things:)

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    26° idle and 35° 100% load with about 20° on my room
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    Saz,

    Nice systems there. I like that older tower. Never seen one like that before.
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Now I have to go find a dump to look for my case in :laugh:

    Nice reuse of resources :toast:
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  23. SaZ

    SaZ

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    PopcornMachine my case was made by Buffetti 12 years ago :laugh:...but the structure it's made by heavy metal :respect:
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  24. m1dg3t

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    Saz if you ever want to get rid of that old server tower let me know! Best damn case's ever made IMHO :rockout: That one and the mid/full tower version (slightly smaller, same design) could be made into anything! And still be able to hold up a house, best damn case's i miss them dearly :cry:
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    Well here is a shitty Picture of what I have been working on..... Got my full water cooling system setup..... Got more modding stuff on the way.... and will take much better pics then..... But until then Here is my rig...


    BTW.... the NZXT Switch 810 case is a dream to work with.... I can't wait to spruce this baby up!

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