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

  1. brandonwh64

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    My PC ATM.. i havent upgraded or done any modifications apart from installing the Frio for almost two years :O

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    Here's my new baby. I'll get a night shot eventually. It's all listed in my sys specs.

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    Heck yea. I have a keyboard coming that matches it pretty good. That new Roccat. I'm not a fan of blue but it does look pretty sweet.
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    The Isku is sweet Pop. Even sweeter when you have the Kone+
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    I thought about getting the set but I love my inferno way to much lol. heck I have 2 of them and a sentinel as backups in case they stop making them and they get hard to find.
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    I went threw about 8 mice before I found another good one after the sentinel... Well the Naga was great, but I didn't need those buttons... Then I just had to have the Kone+ for the driver set... it's all ways at 3600 anyways... :roll:
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    Really nice machine. I see you mounted the Corsair with the hoses up, do you experience any reduced cooling ability? I am asking, because recently I was watching one of Tom Logan's videos and he mentioned that it's better for the pre-fabricated solutions if it's possible to mount them with the hoses down. So in case there are any bubbles left to stay on the top of the radiator and not influence the cooling flow. And now I can get a real data from your setup, if you are willing to share the info :D
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    Honestly, I wasn't payin attention. After I got it in there. The fan on back side of rad locked up so I had to pull it out and switch fans. I was being quick due to rad being hot. Ill run some test tonight (if I have chance) and see. Then i'll switch around and run test again. I'll keep you and everyone else posted on my findings.
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    If I like it, I like it. If not, I have another on the way also. He seems to be on the razer bandwagon. I would get a razer if I could decide which one lol. I'm just bored of my cyborg and figured that one would go with this one pretty good. Thanks for the input on it.
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    Not going to bother taking a picture, but I just wall mounted my Asus 120hz monitor this afternoon. It is awesome as hell.
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    Here's the night shot I mentioned getting. I plan to get a few more lights. I'm looking around for some neat uv's that can show off every where. anyone with some ideas?

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    What does the quote from your wife mean Pops?
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    I have now packed up and sealed my current system specs and keeping them for another build. Currently running 4GB of ddr2, an Asus p5ql-se and one 250. I new IB upgrade will be coming in a 2 weeks ! :D I'm going to paint the back and inside of the case black before I install the new build :) I would show you the inside but I done basic cable management so you would cry XD
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    Don't remember adding this one, then again I may have, who knows anymore:p
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    Gigabyte Z68X-UD4-B3
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    AHH! nice board. I have the Z68X-UD3H B3 and I love it. I also have a P67A-UD4 but its a B2
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    excellent board ;)
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    I have a Gigabyte 990FXA-UD7. Haven't had it long so I don't know if I like it. It seems rock solid so far and looks cool.
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    I have been impressed with these boards. I have fooled around with the 2600K cruncher and It is rock solid at 4.5ghz 1.33V with all C-states off. It has been folding for two days and ran WCG for about 4 straight 100% load 62 deg
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