Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
Here is mine ATM:
Nice build, WiL11o6! Very nicely done!!
<3 just remove the dust next time before u take the picture sir, I absolutely love the colorscheme
lol thanks, I didn't realize it was that dusty after I uploaded pics to my computer. I got lazy to reshoot so left it as is.
Thanks very much for the cool pics. Looks very slick.
Sneak peek of the next build
Looking good! How do u like that corsair cooler?
Or is that a cm cooler with corsair fans
I think it's a 212+ with corsair fans :3
Ninja'ed damn I just saw the cm logo on the top
Cm hyper 212 + with corsair fans. Keeping it at a cool 30 degrees right now.
wow just wow!
Nothing too crazy:
2600k @ 4.5ghz (4.7 max for benchies)
8GB Corsair Vengeance 1600
Sapphire 7970s @ 1000/5000 (1200/1600 max for benchies)
Old Master pics cooming soon...
Asus P4C800 DELUXE
Pentium 4 Prescott@3Ghz
4GB of generic ram
Ati 3850 AGP
I hope this translated correctly...
ลักษณะที่ดีและสะอาด อะไรอุณหภูมิเช่นเดียวกับการติดตั้งน้ำเย็นมีอะไรบ้าง คุณทำเช่นนี้กับตัวเองและคุณจะทำงานร้านคอมพิวเตอร์หรือไม่? คุณมีอะไรกับฮาร์ดแวร์ที่ใช้ในคอมพิวเตอร์ที่? ขออภัยคำถามมากมายสำหรับ ฉันหวังว่าคุณไม่ทราบผมใช้ Google แปลเป็นแปลงจากภาษาอังกฤษเป็นภาษาไทย
edit: uh... where's the pic from the original post in the other thread? (from the "Thailand only" thread). I'm sure that section of Thai is confusing some people right about now lol
Picked this baby up today
Got my New Fans.... If you ask me looks much better. Flipped my Power supply also even though I argued it looked better the other way.... I started to like the looks this way better. Still waiting on a couple of things but its getting there.
Oh yeah and I sleeved my Crossfire bridge Which was a bitch to do
Umm if you don't mind me asking, how did you sleeve your crossfire bridge? Did you have to desolder the connectors and then resolder them back on>?
I must say the rig is looking very nice.
I recently changed jobs out of apple and into a PC service store, built this system for a customer. I like to take pride in cable management lol.
Antec 900 V2
16GB Corsair low profile vengeance ram
2x 1.5TB WD Black
D14 Noctua SE2011 Ver.
750 Antec High Current Gamer PSU
These CPUs are alot larger than sandy bridge CPU's I never knew there could be such a big difference in size on the X79 platform. Nonetheless I was impressed, just a bit disappointed I didn't get the opportunity today to fit in two 7970's in it
Far out man you got a sick rig there, good taste in hardware definitely getting that case for my next build
No I didn't desolder the connections.
1. I used 1/2 Sleeveing (I believe) And stretched it over the Crossfire bridge
*Note* And the reason I say "I believe" is because I had this stuff sitting around I didn't buy it. But if you all would like me to measure it so you guys can try.... let me know. Or if there is a big enough request for a "How To Thread" for this I would be glad to make one so that everyone can see how it is done.
2. Used 1 " wide Heat shrink ("I believe" same story as above ) and stretched it over both ends.
3. Used heat gun to shrink Heat shrink over ends.
4. While Heat shrink was warm molded the heat shrink to shape of the Crossfire bridge.
5. Trimmed wholes in the heat shrink to make connection.
It takes a lot of practice and a few times to finally get it down. But once you do get it down it looks way awesome! Much better then some brown crossfire bridge.
wow haha must had been a tight fit with the heatshrink! Certainly does look nice than the default colour.
Damn those Noctua coolers are massive....but they are among the best looking very good...i cant even see your rams lol.
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