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

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    yea its a very interesting shape and huge.

    I have been thinking about snagging a larger TEC for it, but the heatsink for the TEC isn't very large would be worried about smoking it. As it sits now it is only a degree or so higher than my huge water loop.
     
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    The tec I have is a 40MM I believe
     
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    Thats what this one has.
     
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    I was messing around with it last week some time and it will freeze water on a 12V 1.5A power brick in under 20 seconds. Quite good while using a MAYBE 20W power brick.
     
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    This one will freeze the base of the heatsink without a load on it, but it also has a bit more power running to it.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Yea the only time I tested this out was with a old S478 motherboard and CPU, HWmonitor only would register zero LOL
     
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    messing around with the XB some more. new tubing,added XSPC rad in front

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    it was to let you know I got a new one... and I gotta get a card reader for it though so I can up the pics with my good camera... or find the USB cable for it in my havok physics house!
     
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    Sexy, eh?
     
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    There is just a touch of reflection on the floor near said drive, looks like it may be a hard type of flooring;)

    EDIT: I just looked again, I think that is his desktop actually and that is the window next to it?!?!
     
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    Good call. That must be the desk he built. ;)
     
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    Still going strong with the utilitarian approach but now with some cable management.

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    That case is massive!:eek: because even with that board and those two cards, there is still a ton of room.:rockout:
     
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    I have to wipe the drool off my keyboard now after looking through this thread
     
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    Yeah this case is quite a breeze to work with. :D
     
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    Is it larger then the 800D?
     
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    It is, but the build quality favors Corsair IMHO.
     
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    I picked up all this for a smok'in deal @EVGA, most of this will be going in my future Haf-Xb project.

    ;)

    i spy a build log approaching...

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    I would say that's more of a fact than an opinion :laugh: 500R was one of my favorite cases to work with.

    Mind you, this Xiggy does what it's intended to quite well for the price. I'd looked at Fullmo GT but that just looked like it had more plastic
     
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