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

  1. lZKoce

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    mini itx still uses the same standard ATX mounts just only the top left most 4, so itx will fit pretty much any case
     
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    WOW nice build
     
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    Thank you guys for your comments :)
     
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    Nice pc..i like old school :toast:
    I found my pc case in a computer dump too!!!!
     
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    Just added a fan, 660 stays as cool now, when given a healthy overclock, as it was @stock before:toast:
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    Now I just gotta need to the extra $$ for an SSD, sound card, and RAM :laugh:
     
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    My s939 Sli rig awaiting it's PSU to return from RMA. [​IMG]
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    I'm curious how the Koolance units do nowadays with all the competition from other closed loop water cooling systems, amazed their even still in business. Back in early 2000, they were basically the only thing like it beyond custom kits from Danger Den and Swiftech
     
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    more pic

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    A quick photo of the build Im working on inside the HAF XB.

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    WOw, is that server board? How'd the inside get so dusty already? Be sure to post pics in the HAF XB club
     
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    Ive had this case for a long time,2 days before launch to be exact...and my house was built in the stone age so it tends to attract dust. lol
     
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    Where do you see the dust man? It's the carpet you see through the bottom of the case. hehehe
     
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    I see dust on the mobo tray and around fans, its kinda tan ish colored looking. How the hell did you get the HAF XB so early before it launched?
     
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    I believe Athlon is a reviewer ;)

    Athlon was also the first member of our Xb club. :respect:
     
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    I dabble in many things,but I wouldnt call myself a reviewer :p
     
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    Just so you know i took the side panel off for the pic, i don't use the computer like that lol ..

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    I had to do a bit of work on my brothers computer today. Switched out an e8400 an asus p5ql-se and put in a fx-6100 and 970A-D3. When he bought the computer (I had nothing to do with) he put in a shitty powersupply which I have heard nothing of so to be on the safe side I put my Thermaltake toughpower in for him to power the VGA. It's a nice upgrade for him and does everything he wants, he's only 13.

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    I'm not going to even try cable management his case is never opened nor does he do anything that stressful where heat will be a problem.
     
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    What is the brand of the shitty psu ? I may know it because I roam around computer dumps. :p
     
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    Got my hot swap bay covers finished at last along with the window emblem, sleeved wiring extensions and LED replacements for HDD and DVD drive


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    all the files!

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    Nice build, gets the job done!!

    I don't think running two power supplies in one computer is the safest choice imo. You should really think about invest in one good psu to replace those two. You can't go wrong with Corsair, Seasonic or Enermax. ;)
     

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