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

  1. t77snapshot

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    That is a freakin monster of a tower daaaaayuuuummm!!!!:eek:
     
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    The dusty one

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    Very discrete water loop you have there ;)
     
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    Some of the rigs you guys have got is mental. And that's a good thing :)
     
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    Thanks ! :toast:

    There is some cheap parts, like the water is from Thermaltake the pump is the EK 2.2 little but good enough for 1 CPU waterblock.

    Fittings and tubes are 11/8 mm Masterkleer PVC some fittings are from Bitfenix.

    Cooling performances pretty good the 3770k at 4.6 Ghz all cores stay around 68 degrees ( while playing BF3 ) ambient temp 22 degress.
     
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    That ambient is great! Must be pretty cold indoors :). My h100 keeps my 3770k thats at 4.5 at around 70.
     
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    What is the specs of this mobo? Does it have HDMI plug? Will it be able to play properly BF2 on full 1080P ?

    Would like to sell all computers i got in parts to get an it one.
     
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    C60 APU 1Ghz dual core, HD 6290 IGP. Not for gaming, HTPC/office use? Sure.
     
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    I see kone like that for later bolting it on the back of my 32 inches screen
     
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    what?
     
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    Pink/purple thumbscrews.....come on, Animalpak....come on :) with that nickname you can do better than that ;)
     
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    Yes it is. Your fans are at high speeds for get 70 degees ? Because i get 68 degress with 1100 rpm on my 3x noctua fans wich i think mine is alot quieter.



    Dude is a shitty phone camera those thumbscrews are RED !! Fuck the pink i hate that color !

    Thanks alot Zkoce for encouragement, im done with modding !
     
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    Testing with everything plugged in. Next comes cable management.

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    DAMN !



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    Got a new PC for my sister
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    LOL... looks about the size of my Recon3D...
     
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    Ahahahahah. She has a better PC than I do. I hope she puts it to good use. Gratz on the purchase and work done.
     
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    I thought it was a sound card at first :3
     
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    I like how they've had to make the card long enough to reach the far end of the PCI-E connector :p
     
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    it is kind of cute but comparing it to the size of my 580 feels just.... dunno, not "graphically" enough:laugh:

    Thank you, and i'll get to that later...
    thanks man, she always had laptops that couldn't handle her work:p, and part that she got tired of their fans intermittent noisy cycle so this one is big upgrade
     
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    so i did a rebuild, it was dusty as fuck and i put my new psu and cables in (24pin and 6pin pci-e)
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