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

  1. MT Alex

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    That's a big difference. It's funny, because I always show people your thread testing the effectiveness of multiple rads when they wonder how much rad they will actually need. This seems to refute those numbers.

    By the way, I'm loving your Swifty setup:toast: I'd be more jealous if I weren't using the same pump:)
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    Good point, these two rads are different thicknesses too. This swiftech rad is pretty thin and this 140 EK rad is nice and crunchy.
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    Sorry if this is the wrong place but I just had cleaned up our network rack at my workplace, so much cleaner now...

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    Need some cable management in that rack.

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    Here is one I built the other day for a new office area in our plant. The cable management makes it look 10x better!

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    I've got most of the parts here now i just need to decide if i'm going to keep the 580 and use a block or get a 680 and block.

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    Pics when it's all done.
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    had to rebuild the test system....i think im going to look for a new case soon!!

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    FS pic, but I like it :)

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    Were did you get yours at?

    Yea I was thinking the same thing! I would def no want my employees next to a high speed data rack trying to change the temp of the building.
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    They are Bitspower spacers RAD SUpport I i think
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    Lol! I envy you Danish devil
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    Going to buy her lunch before I plug both holes, I mean slots.
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    going to wait a week and re-evaluate the GTX 680 purchase.... me want....
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    Really? A 580 for physX? If you're are willing to sell it, I'll consider it :)

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