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

  1. douglatins

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    This are 1300rpm san aces :nutkick:
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    1300RPM only?:eek: THat's actually nice, I was thinking 2300rpm and like 160 CFM:roll:
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    I actually like random's case. Also, it makes the rear exhaust GPU all that more useful, no need for a side fan in all honesty.

    also nice water cooling rig ^ impressive. I might make the the jump to a custom loop rig when Haswell comes out.
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    Yeah they start out at 1300rpm they only ramp up after 30C i believe
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    Just need a water block... to bad I have to have EK...


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    Oh, yeah... and two new cables... lol..
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    what fans are you running in there CS? nice build!
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    @cold storm

    hows the EK brand for the waterblocks and stuff? so far a friend of mine used larkooler and it's bad, imo now I'm thinking into using water cooling and after swift tech but seems it's not easy finding a complete set for that on a reasonable price >.<
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    Mmmm so fresh, so clean. Very nice CS
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    that's a Koolance block that's on the 480.. as for Ek, it's the only block that will work with the xfx... After the issues that EK has had in the past over the factor of their nickle plating, and my block being a bad one, I really don't know about getting another one... But, like I said.. Ek is the only brand, besides me making a universal block set up...

    Thx man.

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    increase the exposure on them images will ya?

    else very nice and clean machine.
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    No need to take pro shots. not when I still got lots to do
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    Got a few upgrades, so I snagged a few pics. Corsair Nova 60GB SSD boot drive, Asus wireless card and Asus Xonar 5.1 sound card.

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Now that's a "desktop" PC!!! :laugh:
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    I gotta put the PSU and drives under the top still, just moved it this afternoon.
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    That coolant color is awesome. I'm really big on bold, vibrant hues and such when used in computers, cars, etc.

    Hats off to you sir for that cable management. My parents computer is in a NZXT Gamma which has basically the same interior design and it was so tough to get it looking even half as good as yours.
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    Hello guys, This is my everyday game cruncher:

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    freak ass cooler- need to change it, loud as hell and can't cope with the oc'd q6600 :(

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    Don't mind the cable management, this case doesn't have the ability to hide them at all.
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    Whoa clean that cooler up.
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    whoops! forgot it :)
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    Even though the case doesn't really allow for proper cable management, I thought you have done a great job to make it as neat and tidy as it is, especially with a non-modular PSU.
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    @specks - Hahaha. Yeah, it's my favorite touch. Brings a little "serenity" to the room...if you will.

    @de.das.dude - Yeah, the Lexa S. She's still my favorite NZXT case.

    @SoylentJoe - Actually, I've played with the gamma, and the Lexa has a couple mm more to squeeze cables back there. Thought yes, it was a tight fit. Fortunately there isn't even a bulge on the other side. I can take some pics if you like?
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    Damn good day so far. Let me show the story with pics. Did almost identical build (another 3930K, RIVF + NH-D14) with friend earlier and now was time for mine.

    So I heard you like hardware so we put hardware on hardware so you can overclock while you overclock! :pimp:

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    Gief me GTX 690 :D

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