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

  1. agent00skid

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    Ease of installation was part of the appeal, and the fact that I'm not sure if the ~16 cm coolers can fit in the cabinet. And my mostly normal clocked A6 is no match for that cooler. :p

    And without wanting to use fasteners of any kind, I don't feel like I can do much better with the cables. :S

    And an even more horrible picture of it's normal home.
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    The first was too. But that one's under horrible lighting. The first one was just luck, that the lamp in the photo actually provided pretty good lighting.
     
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    I see, oh well make due with what you have right.:toast:
     
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    That is an interesting job to be ab le to play games all day long;)
    That office needs to spruced-up a little bit!!!

    Since peeps are posting pics of their desks (rigs), here is mine. Soon the rig will be in a new 800D:)
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    Nice Hammer! Those cans are awesome too!
     
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    I have really enjoyed them. Mostly for gaming (no mic though so no BF3 Teamspeak). I recently bought the Bose QuietComfort 15 for traveling. They are really good for canceling noise and listening to music/movies.
     
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    Audio Technica's FTW. I've been thinking about getting a pair of Sennheiser HD558s though.

    Also for mic you could get one of the zalman clip on mics. They work pretty well.
     
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    Nice setup bro! I love the 30" Dell you have there..;)
     
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    if you're talking about the Hyper212 i have the plus mounted in my bro's V3 and it fits perfectly if not never mind, details in sys specs.

    also this case is not much for cable management(for me atleast), he has like 7 HDD's in it and the cables look like they had a fight :shadedshu
     
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    Here is my PC at the moment ;)


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    EVGA Sr2
    2 xeon 5620
    quadfire HD7970
    Silent pro M2 1500w

    ;)
     
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    i'll take one of those HD 7970s off yor hands XD

    :roll::roll:
     
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    you know than have 4 7970 dont mean nothing in performance and memory buffer? 3gb still remain 3gb xd
     
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    one for me as well xd
     
  17. Sassanou

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    Uh, yes a know, but why do you tell me that ?


    And I love my 7970, so I keep them ^^
     
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    i tell you that why for my point of view 2 videocard are enough and put other 2 without left space for a soundcard is like throw money for the sake of good looking system.
    the money are yours but its my opinion not the true on earth xd .
     
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    Okay !

    I love bench, overkill stuff, it's just a passion but I know you right, it's useless ;)
     
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    out of thread ,you are japanese? or you like japan? seeying the hiragana on the side of the case make me think xd.
     
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    No, I'm a French modder and I like to try different things when I modify some cases :p

    If you want to take a look : http://www.facebook.com/pages/Watermod/173971259406152

    There is also a mod made by a good friend of mine (The element copper).
     
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    wow the element copper is very very cool,good work and remind my about steampunk xd.
     
  23. Sassanou

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    Yes, a very beautifull mod !
    We experience a lot of things: the rigid tubing, copper and black, carbon and gold, etc ;)
     
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    NICE!!!!!
    Funny you say you're a French modder and have experimented with copper and black colours, because Peugeot may have stolen/borrowed your copper and black design on their new Onyx and RCZ-R concepts (currently on display at the Paris motor show). :O

    I'm very jealous of your PC btw ;)
     
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