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

  1. Random Murderer

    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Best. Mac. Ever.
     
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    Think of the flow like a wood pencil. The middle part and the outer part.

    The center of the flow is theorically almost the same and the outside flow too when in a straight line.
    When it comes to curves even the smallest, the outer flow change direction producing a chain reaction by making impact with the central flow.
    The more the speed of the external flow the more swirls it may create when making impact with the tubes and fittings affecting at the same time even more the straight center flow.

    Physics is so wide that it needs calculation to know if these swirls accentuate or decrease the flow speed.

    Clear enough ?
     
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    i just bought 24gb ram 4gb modules ECC registred 1333mhz kingstone for 50 euro :)
     
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    Haven't posted pics of my PC since the GTX 680 came along, so I thought it was time :)

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    Can't wait for next january/february to post pictures of my new computer project im planning for my cuirrent rig. It involves Switch 810 and carbon fiber.

    If only the tridents looked as good as the dominator platinums.
     
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    just benched my pc with my new rig
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    My Fractal Core 1000

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    I like the Cyborg mouses, and though i have friends that love them ... when I tested it briefly in some shops felt it kinda bulky and "annoying" while i was dragging it around due to feeling the space gaps with my palms (i tend to rest all the hand on the mouse) ... so i'm really in doubt, from your experience, once you set it up well, is it really comfortable as other ergonomic mouses as Logitech G700 or Razer Mamba?

    Btw, what are your system specs?

    PS: I had the exact same Allsop mat as you, even the colour :toast:

    Nice outter views and congrats for the prize!!! what about the inner? Do you have some pics to show us? I'll be glad to see them =)
     
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    Orange dust? Are you living in the desert? ;). Nice rig though, awesome angle for the shots, it makes it look may cooler ;)
     
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    Hey everyone! I'm new to this forum, but I've been a member at OCN for a good while now. Came here for the classifieds, and I plan on staying :)

    Here are some pictures of my rig: it's an ACU Camo theme that's almost finished. I just need to fabricate a top and front piece. The case started as a Cooler Master Cosmos S.

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    Haha, no I live near a freeway, so I get a lot of break-pad dust here. Moving soon though so that shouldn't be a hassle for much longer. That dust in those shots was from 1 week - cleaned out the whole PC about a week back :(

    A good friend of mine took the shots with his shiny new Canon camera, so he went mad with the angles :) Thanks man :)
     
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    Case+cooler for xmas. Ended up taking the new H60's fan out. Really bad sound signature.

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    No pictures yet, but I'm picking up a new GPU for my ITX setup :toast:
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    System looks great, that's some fine cable management you did!
    How'd you like the new mounting system for the Corsair cooler?
    I found it relatively painless. I say relatively because I had to remove the X-Socket and put the original LGA2011 backplate on, and that was a PITA, but the actual Corsair mounting system in and of itself was pretty easy to install.
     
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    I like the mount. The backplate works better now that they ditched 775. Before you had to keep sliding the pegs around until you could get it to fit your socket, now it's just 1155 or 2011 so you either slide them all the way out or slide them all the way in.
     
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    ordering this tomorrow bonus points if you can guess what im going to do with the LED's

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    Place them around the fan? :D
     
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    Well guessing by your tabs open, your wiring them in up in series/parallel in your case! Don't know how 4chan helps though.....
     
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    Some shots of my rigs -
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    The pic above was before I'd swapped out the HX1050 for the X-1250
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    The pic above was before I'd swapped out the Seasonic SS-850AT PSU for the HX1050, other than that, the rest is unchanged.

    Here's my 3rd rig:
    C2Q X9650/Asus Maximus II Formula?4GB KHX DDR2 PC8500/Sapphire HD6990/Auzen X-Fi Forte 7.1/SilverStone OP1000/Sharkoon T28 chassis/64bit Win7 HP SP1
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    Is that milk or eggnog as your coolant?
     
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    crappy night time pic >.<
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    After seeing several examples of immaculate perfection in this thread, I started feeling a little self-conscious about my own cable management. Eventually, it bugged me enough that last night I decided to "rage" fix it. Here is the result:

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    Green: Cleaned up the two cables coming off the pump and hid them. Used a zip-tie to tidy things up.
    Red: Swapped some cables around and routed the NB Fan out the back to the Case's fan controller. Cut and removed the rubber grommets after realizing there was no way I'd get them back in position with cables still going through them. They come out quite easily on this case which is odd because the grommets in a friend's NZXT Phantom feel a lot more secure.
    Yellow: Brought the 2nd SSD from the top mounted drive dock (you can see the black SATA and SATA-Power cables at the top of the drive bays) back inside the case where it is significantly less vulnerable to theft. Not that any one would think to pop open that compartment or that the 64GB Agility3 is very valuable.
    Blue: Took in some of the slack on the PCIe Power Cables to the 2nd GTX 480.
     
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