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

  1. manofthem

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    Lookin' good SP.

    I flipped my radiator around up to to get rid of some clutter. I'm going to be going with new tubing and fittings soon, I want to step down to 3/8". Here's some pics:

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    you should really ponder 3/8" tubing and eliminate all of those clips;)

    Either way I would still use it and game on it:D Was the dual loop worth it?
     
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    That looks good! It took me a minute to realize it was dual loop, nice. :)
     
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    Two very classy builds. Tickle me impressed.
     
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    I can't remember the last time I've even seen a dual-loop setup.. Like sneeky asked, is it really worth it?

    Still, an epic build dude! I always enjoy your rigs erocker.:toast:
     
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    DAYUM that is pretty damn hot...or should I say cool :p

    One of the few external +internal rad setups that doesn't look silly. Very nice.
     
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    I haven't "clocked" anything yet. running at 3.8ghz its idle at 24C and loaded runs right at the 50C mark (prime95). Give it time and I may have the OC numbers for ya, just this thing is so snappy once I set the ram, I don't really need to clock the chip to enjoy it.
     
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    Wireless harddisks?
     
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    Obviously wired from behind. :toast:
     
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    Those are some dang clean fan blades.
     
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    Yes the theme was-
    Black and White base colours with blue and yellow highlights.
     
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    Well... I wanted to water cool my card and I had the other parts ready to go, so yes. Worth it.
     
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    Aaaah yeahhh reactor core, flame on! :D
     
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    This is where I live most of the time :toast:

    As you can see I have a corner desk that is fairly small though fits all my essentials on on, headphones, amp, HTC one X, smoking paraphernalia, Razer Lycosa and Cyborg RAT 3, oh and a tipple of my choice, vodka and coke tonight :cool: oh not to mention my Logitech x-530's in 2.1 config behind the monitor with the sub on the bottom of the desk with the case :toast:

    Can't believe looking at the pics I have a Storm Sniper case as the monitor is wider than it, though it is 27"

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    Yes, it looks great. A quick question, do you know if it is installed by default? The gpu came with a little guide, on how to install it? And the first step was, "Find the GPU reactor card". I couldn't find it it in the box, and it looks like it is in the card? But I don't know if its put in, like turned around the right way so it works.
     
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    Are you guys talking about that blue glowing circle thingy on the top of your vcard? :eek:
     
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    Yeah, it has a little board inside of it, with more power phases or something in it.
     
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    Oh that is cool! I thought it was just another cosmetic design by Msi. (which does make the card look super awesomo in it's own way ;)
     
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    Oh how did I miss these pics?? :twitch:

    Excellent rig sneekypeet!:toast: I love these cases, so many options for water cooling and the slick exterior design is so sexy! So whats the deal with your rad at the bottom, is it just sitting there un-mounted? :p
     
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