Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
NOT really...they tend to channelize the airflow..
Since everyone is showing off
constantly changing test bench
wtf you here now :O
channelise where? hot air rises. not flow sideways :shadedshu
^^that was the idea if gigabyte behind it...not saying they works
and basically as with every setup the air generally goes up to top of the case regardless of whats in there...very ineffective heat-sink designs.
Added the GTX 680 JetStream.
nice...was looking for one...on a side-note:u should check ur mail often
I do get some fanmail.
(that's since January).
^^wasn't a fan-mail
Mine was.. He knows I like his hairy nipples.
Sumonda you knows btarunr?
A couple of you need some cans of compressed air. Or a feather duster...
but compressed air cans are non existent in India...
i use a ghetto form of that.
missed it somehow...but effing costly :s
primeabgb has a few.
i use a de-refilled pen. and my own lung powah
^^still effing costly...
i use mech power
omg the dust on psu
sorry my hands were shaky
Was about to list some parts for sale when I realized I had enough for a complete rig Will probably run this for a short time, then sell it. Like to get a 460/560 into it before then, but I suppose I will run my backup 8 series card in it for now.
That is one awesome picture. Looks great.
A few more toys...
Here's a few pics of my new rigs...
My new Server and HTPC rigs These things are awesome!! Such low power usage and no issues with running any program at all..
The HTPC uses a total of 24w at most whilst watching a full 1080P movie and the server with all the drives and fans etc connected, uses 22w at the desktop at idle I really love these AMD setups!! Its just such a shame AMD can't really compete with Intel at the top levels
The 650w PSU in the first pic with the server, used a fair bit more power than the 350w model that was in the second picture.. Very interesting results
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