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

  1. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    That looks great peet! :respect:
     
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    yeah it does so!
     
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    try some purple uv leds , ive used them bofore but....
    uv purple is good for the effects but does create an eye strain if ur constantly looking
    uv purple leds dont have nearly a long life span as most other led

    i have quite a few jumbo uv led with resitors attached for 12v and a few 3mm 5mm ones

    u can try some clear uv paint and paint the edges of ur boards so they glow on the edges done that before a cool effect
     
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    I can't remember but I asked her something one night and she said between midnight and night-ish which I started laughing cause that's the same time.
     
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    athlonx2 you need to dust bad... look at your front intake fan... holy crap man...
     
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    Wooo bro I would watch how you give suggestions.... you just got offended in another thread.... by someone making a less critical statement then that..... What you said isn't bad... I am just saying ....:toast:
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    New 2600K cruncher up folding for the chimp challenge. The case is a VERY OLD p4 server case that I modded to house this build for now until I can get a better case.

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    is that a P67 ud4?
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Yes sir it is ;) Rock stable board for OCing. The only thing wrong is its a B2 board but hell I don't use sata 6 so I shouldn't have an issue.
     
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    i think you mean sata 3gbs or sata 2 because sata 6gps/sata 3 were the ones that didn't have a problem.
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Yea I think I got that backwards LOL but yea this board has two good sata slots that I do not have to worry about so its perfect for a cruncher.
     
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    Working on a new build.

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    Is that 2 fans stacked? if so, how well does that work? I'm guessing you wana use 2 of the same fans so you have the same amount of pull and not one working harder then the other.
     
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    Gutted the fan that is between the case and the fan on the rad . Should work fine.:):)
     
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    Its the easiest way to get that "space" that is needed on rads when you place them outside.


    Or, inside.. Look at sneeky's case.. shows the loop quite well doing that.
     
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    My latest Cruncher under construction....

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    nice. what cpu cooler is that?
     
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    That looks awesome. Black coolers is hott. imo lol
     
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    Yeah they look cool. But from the tests, I get the feeling that on lower RPM of the fan they give just a little worse results versus the ones with no nickel/other plating on. With the higher RPM it's the same basically.
     
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    Got some new fans
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    Awesome rig Jester.
     
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