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

  1. MoonPig

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    What kind of info?
     
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    Worst set up ever man, you embarrass me and the rest of techpowerup.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    what desk is it..or did you make yourself? I need a new desk, in a big way. I'm loving the amp placement!
     
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    This is NOT my pc ATM.

    I just miss this setup, kinda miss the case as well since I modified it so heavily ( I gave it to a friend so he could build his own pc)

    [​IMG]
    Specs!
    Loop: magicool UV360, d-tek fuzion v 2, Liang DDC with XSPCRestop
    CPU : Xeon 3220 ( q6600)
    GPU : HD 3850
    Mobo : p5q3 ( Currently nailed to my wall ;) )
    PSU : Be Quiet Dark Power Pro 750w ( 6 12v rails on it)
    Case : Sunbeam Transformer that I modded to hell


    I don't miss all the LEDS though :laugh:




    ( I was hoping MP would of had some sort of retort, he's slacking he he probably started on the jager that was on the desk in the picture he he)
     
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    I'm dieing to buy a new case. Ive had this one for like 8 years. SO now it looks a little newer
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    If you're gonna have a case for 8 years you picked a good one though! :toast:

    When I got my Silverstone FT-01 I thought I had lost my mind spending $200 on a case :twitch: No regrets for me .... this case will stay with me for at least another 5 or 6 years :D

    I do get tempted by the new stuff coming out once in awhile though ;)
     
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    You're too mean sometimes, can't you just pass me a compliment for once?

    I'm leaving TPU now, fuck you Panther.

    I made it all myself. Screw buying when you can build :)
     
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    Look up. Look way up.
    :roll:

    I just think he's jealous Moonpig!!! :laugh:
     
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    Very nice, my only concern is, how hot does the amp get in that small place?

    I had an old Yamaha that sounded great but died recently because I think it got too hot.
     
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    Yep you had better puts some fans in there
     
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    Nice desk by the way MP :toast:
     
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    It's been there for afew months now (maybe 5 or 6) and hasn't skipped a beat. Never gets HOT, just warm - which i'd expect of an amp.

    If it starts to get hotter due to my case being there (Which i doubt as that's like 30c max), then i'll look at some methods.
     
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    Do you ever have your music crazy loud?

    My amp even in a well cooled area will start jibbing out if I have my music loud :laugh:
     
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    Not 'crazy load', no.

    The room it's in is a fair bit below room temperatures. It only gets warm, never hot.
     
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    Shame that, your sub looks quite big :laugh:
     
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    I'm guessing you would have know if it does or doesn't have it, but my old man has an onkyo amp (can't remember the model) and it has two fans on the base of it which helps move air around (they looked like 12cm fans but not sure). I put a fan on my denon amp for a ghetto mod as it gets extremely hot.

    Also living in England vs. Australia probably helps not to fry electronics :laugh:
     
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    I had that Sunbeam Transformer case too. Very heavy and the 80mm fans were very loud. I hated it. Next case I got was an 800D. :D
     
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    Aye they were crazy loud! Moved a lot of air though 5000rpm I think.

    That's why I changed them to 120mm
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    cool bro :)
     
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    Can you post a pic of the full desk?
     
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    I can do, but not right now. I'll get one for you tonight or tomorrow :)
     
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    more BR-ripping space for the media server :pimp:

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