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

  1. micropage7

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    yep damp cloth or add little bit soap to remove old dust
    if you use little soap, wipe the last step with damp cloth to avoid any residu that may left from soap :toast:
    repeat several times then you done
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    It's not quite complete. Third reference card is inbound, fans need to be purchased too. I think I'll go with some Corsair fans, as they'll match real nice.


    Thanks!



    Whadda you think about the TridentX kit? I got one from G.Skill before they launched, and have been using them in my motherboard reviews, but have yet to do a proper review of them.
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    Rock solid so far! Can't say I'm too familiar with the specifics on what makes good RAM though. :) All I do is mostly game out so I can't say I notice too much of a difference from G.Skill 1600 MHz I have on my other computer.

    No errors in memtest = happy me. :laugh:
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    Just installed a new radiator and tidied up the inside a bit.

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    Excuse quality using an ICS rom on my phone and ICS doesn't work very well with my phone :laugh:

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    I'm in the process of modding it, just want to get my cooling system up to scratch first. Seems my pump is no good :laugh:

    Things still to do :

    Tidy up cuts I've already made.

    Paint it black

    Proper Tubing fittings etc instead of my ghetto cacophony of bits and bobs.

    Paint Radiator shroud?

    Get water cooling components that can fit inside the case.

    Cable extensions so I can hide all the wires, airflow wise they're out the way but they look so horrible! :laugh:
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    Finally looking more "normal" - temps haven't dropped as much as they usually would though :s

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    Disregard pump and reservoir from last picture!

    Got an EK 800LPH pump on the way from ebay : ] Also picked up a water cooled 460 for £55 which I'll be nicking the block from and then selling for the card with a heat-sink instead for £55.

    Getting an awful lot of "free" upgrades recently thanks to a keen eye and to much time on my hands :D
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    lapping time! Can I borrow some elbow grease?

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    Not much of a change, but I filed out three rivets and removed the HDD cage; if the tubes on the Kuhler 620 are long enough I'll mount the rad in the front, if not I'll install a 120mm intake fan.
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    So...I got a new monitor I love it lol..it may not be the latest thing but.. definitely better my old Dell Flat Panel xD
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    it is a LG Flatron IPS226.
    And I colour madness in my computer lol!
    [That photo I shot with a Motorola DROID4]

    the computer itself
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    Looks good man

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    Close up shows a little cable madness going on in there too! :laugh:
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    A new mic and a case? I'm starting to wonder who you are:laugh:
    Looks super.


    I took my computer out to the garage, today, for some much needed cleaning. Not much change since my last pics, other than the bottom rad now exhausts, and I painted my crossfire cable. The front panel looks much cleaner than in the 3/4 shot, that pesky brushed aluminum shows everything. Thankfully, it's much quieter now.


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    Nice equality sticker you've got there :toast:
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    Thanks.
    I got mine at an awesome place called Fry's Electronics lol. I was in clearance for $123.24..I was like...yes please xD
    Ha...I Got a new power supply...so I was like....plug it in and DGAF about management xD
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    If you looked at the thread you'd see the CPU is a little scratched up, so he's trying to smooth it out.
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    Hi all, this is my 1st post at tpu, il be posting some pics of my rig soon, nothin special but thought id share it with you guys, thnx :)
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    using 400 and 600 sand paper, that rough for processor
    i prefer 1000 or more that looks safer

    welcome to TPU, have a nice time here :toast:
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    I use 400 > 600 > 800 > 1200 > 2000

    Looking good :cool:

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