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

  1. Kast

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    Yeah its upside down had to place it that way due to tube spacing issues. Haven't ran into any problems with it so far.
     
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    If I read you loop order right (pump on bottom -> res -> dual rad -> CPU -> quad rad -> GPU -> pump), then it looks like it would be sucking bubbles in through the top outlet tube.
     
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    Nah, the inlet on the MCP pumps are on the top, so it goes pump>gpu>rad>cpu>rad>res. It's a little strange, but it doesn't matter in the long run. The only bummer is having a 90 on the outlet of the pump, but it probably doesn't hinder it too much.
     
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    New sandy is complete!

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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    This will show you how tiny this board is compared to a regular mATX board. The motherboard tray is that it sits in is made to fix a regular mATX size board.

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    Specs as follows:

    Intel G440 Sandy Bridge
    Biostar H61MGC Motherboard
    2x2GB 1333mhz Crucial sticks
     
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    Keep in mind I have white tubing on order. Will drain and install it next week. But I just built this PC over the weekend. (well swapped cases and added a larger rad.)

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    Those are big ass icons on your desktop dude.

    Nice setup though! :toast:

    EDIT: Whopps, Just read your cap shon that you just built it....no time to customize windows, pics first, I understand!
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Got the new goodies plugged in:

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    The mouse is bloody fantastic. First mouse ever wide enough to comfortably fit my hand.
     
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    I knew you'd love it Cada :toast: Like I said...even without the custom settings for gaming it's a really nice mouse, or RAT LOL

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    I still haven't figured out to setup the left right scroll knob :p
     
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    Sweeeeet... i love compact builds with plenty of bite. :roll: What vid card are you gonna put in? Is it gonna be used as a htpc or something?
     
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    Enjoy That keyboard Cad. I got mine back in '09 and I'm just now gettin board with it lol. I snapped off the c12 macro key and the film is gettin pretty worn on the media keys up top. I love that you can switch it so it turns off the window key. I do bump it every once in a while during my game sessions.
     
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    pretty much usin onboard
     
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    :banghead: Not for gaming Brandon yes?
     
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    Yup.
     
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    crunching :)
     
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    Nice! Who needs grafX for that!
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Last picture of the night! All put together in the vulcan!


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    theonedub habe fidem

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    A Cruncher+Folder needs graphics :D :

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    Just need to add the SSD and this one will be going through some WUs. Something about this build seems off, just can't put my finger on it yet.
     
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    does folding even work with SLI?
     

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