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

  1. MT Alex

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    Now that's comedy:laugh:
     
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    You weren't afraid of shorting anything doing that?
     
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    Nope. :]
     
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    Not sure if trolling.....
     
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    His name, Jonnyfive is the robot's name from the Short Circuit movies.

    JohnnyFive Is ALIVE!!!!!
     
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    got it yesterday. front I/O panel doesnt work. at all. :(
     
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    i have to look :p maybe i can find one :p
     
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    ah but can it go 88 mph hmmmmm
     
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    Four generations of SLI systems

    Four generations of SLI systems:

    GTX285s, I gave this to my little brother back in El Salvador, they are still rocking in his 2500K build! :rockout:


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    GTX480s, I didn't like Nvidia skipping the 380, but, anyways, these are in my game room HTPC, sorry for the cable mess, but the PSU is not modular, and the case doesn't have a window :p:*


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    GTX580s, I have these in my my bedroom, used to have them in my main rig in 3-way SLI:

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    GTX680s, amazing how two of these are much faster than three of the previous gen high end cards, and this is supposed to be the mid end model, can't wait for GK100!


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    Well, I hope you guys liked this, will upgrade my main rig for quad SLI as soon as my Step Up queue is down to 0, thanks for your comments, and keep uploading pics of your systems! :toast:


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    No higher approval than that thumbs up right there. :D
     
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    Got the 680 block installed. :)


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    Geez you're a smart kid. Want a job building computers? :laugh:
     
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    @Norton i think thats green UV coolant in yellow piping?
     
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    It's yellow masterkleer and mayhems pastel sunset yellow. :)

    I didn't get clear tubing as it ends up cloudy at somepoint down the line.
     
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    Thanks! He's usually the first to open any new hardware box (under dad's supervision :p) and then he "helps" me install the new parts (after I've made 100% sure all the small parts have been taken care of and nothing is plugged to the wall socket :D)

    Nice waterblock! That coolant looks like 100% pure Florida orange juice :laugh:

    LOL! Thanks! :toast: at this rate he'll know how to build his first rig before he learns to count to twenty :laugh:
     
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    if you can think hard enough :p
     
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