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

  1. sneekypeet

    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    Hmmm, that would be cool but i'm trying to cut down on all the 'open' tech and try to have a mostly normal looking room without all the crazy builds and geek crap everywhere.

    Might just get two more 27" monitors and put them round the corner, lol.
     
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    I love the computer room.... Now wheres the rig :)
     
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    Downgraded GPU to gtx 460 for financial reasons.
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    looks cool though XD
     
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    hers an old pic of my pc
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    If I ever visit you and drink to much, I'm going to be waking up ontop of that desk.
     
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    Ever? When.

    And no, there's a spare bed in the next room. This desk was built by me, i wouldn't trust it with your fat ass.
     
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    :laugh: I dunno man, all I need is a days wages and I'm golden!

    It's just getting a days wages that's hard :laugh:
     
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    Rob a bank, it's what i did.
     
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    I finally got some time to take some more images...

    Here's the rig:

    Interior shot. Not very clean wiring...
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    From the front, beside a velodyne subwoofer.
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    Here's some additional images of the setup:

    Playing the game "Tera" with NV surround. There is around a 2cm gap between monitors.
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    My 2nd computer for internet surfing alongside a QNAP 459 Pro 2 (4x2TB).
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    A picture of the surround satellites installed (B&W MTs)
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    Took some time to plan and execute the setup with the contractor but it was all worth it in the end. I'm very happy with how it turned out.
     
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    Easily one of the best full-setups i've seen, well done :)
     
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    1Kurgan1 The Knife in your Back

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    My case basically finished (for those of you that don't check out the Project Logs section).

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    1Kurgan1 The Knife in your Back

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    Yeah, since I running a 3x 120 rad and a 2x 120 rad in just a mid tower I moved them externally. You can see the power cable and SATA cables running along side the PSU, I just run the cables out the factory SSD slot. Next year I might cut another hole i nthe case in a spot that better hides those cables and run them out a rubber grommet, or maybe bolt them to the exterior with modular ends that I can just disconnect (last idea would be sweet if I get really ambitious).

    I wanted to run them externally anyways since I work on others comps now and then, so being able to easily swap HDD's without having to pull a side panel off was a plus.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Bit by bit it evolves:

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    Nice perspective on that pic dave, like it :)
     
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    The lighting on that RAM is super sweet. Great looking rig:toast:
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Nice, you got the new Dominators.
    How much RAM do you have between those sticks, 16 or 32GB? What speed are they? How are they performing? Have you tried overclocking them yet?
    Sorry to ask a bunch of questions, but I've been waiting for these to finally hit the states.
     
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    Hi guys, my last upgrade in 2012, one more gtx670.


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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    16 GB, 2666 MHz, and no other details until a review is posted! ;) Few weeks at least, for that. Should have the X79 Champ1on review, then a Gigabyte board, then Maximus V Formula, then these sticks (I do one review per week).

    Anyway, they've just arrived, so the rest I cannot really answer :p. It's very nice to see the lights aren't overly bright though, and are rather subdued. They are intended for Z77, but this kit is working great on X79! ;)

    The Champion board rather sticks out...gonna have to try a different one out and see if I cannot solidify the colour scheme.
     
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    MxPhenom 216 Corsair Fanboy

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    super serial!
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Oh, the wait is killing me!:banghead:
    The best that the egg has is the 4x4G kit of 2400. Really wanted to pick up the 2666 or 2800 kit, and the press release from about a month ago said they would be releasing a 4x8G kit up to either 2666 or 2400. I know that's asking a lot of the IMC of my little 3820(which i recently discovered is actually a pretty cherry chip), but hey, IVB-E will be able to push those speeds and densities.

    Corsair, hear me now:

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Well, that's X79 in that pic, no problem with 2400 MHz with reasonable IMC voltage, too.
     

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