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

  1. HammerON

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    Can you fill-in your "Sytem Specs" so we now what you are running in your build? Thanks and nice build!
     
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    First build and you went ahead with liquid cooling and a good cable management, i see a brilliant future, simply great :rockout:

    Just one advice, i'll put some protection on the rad to avoid touching the fins in case of internal manipulation, some magnetic 120mm filters or grills, i'd go with the filters so you cover your rad fins and also you'll reduce the dust and hence the temps.

    Keep it up and welcome to TPU! :toast:
     
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    You shouldnt try to bleach your speakers man!
    Very clean first build! Are those orange fans Cougar vortex i see before me? Love those things!
     
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    very nice, what drum kit is that in the background? :toast:
     
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    My current desk setup. Still cleaning up the rig, but have a new proccy coming soon, so it'll be more better!!! and faster!!!

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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    More importantly, where did he get that hat?
     
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    ha somehow i missed that. I like the background to these images more then the pc's been some very interesting objects.

    edit: quite a good example on pg 371.
     
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    Well i watch tv shows on DVD so i need the drive, and from where i sit i dont see it anyway.
     
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    I agree haha. I picked it up at Frys black friday sale like 6 years ago and it has been great ever since. I just miss the mechanical feel of my K90.

    The speaker(s) are a different story. I was bored and I've had them almost as long as my keyboard so me, being bored one day, I tried painting one (the left) and the right I used this craft paint stuff, so they look terrible but they still work great so I'm not complaining :rockout:

    Done! And thanks!

    Thanks a lot. I'll definitely look into that, thanks for the great advice :D

    Hahaha someone should tell that to 16 year old past me. To answer your question, no they are Enermax Magma fans.

    It's an old Yamaha vintage kit uses mahogany wood for the shells.

    I get asked that MANY times. I actually got it from Wishing Well like 8 years ago haha.

    Thanks to everyone for making me feel so welcome as well. I know I'm going to enjoy myself here :toast:
     
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    That hat is to "die" for. :p:laugh:
     
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    Seeing how clean that H100i makes your PC look, I'm going to need to redo some of my cable management and post some updated pics... last pic I post it was a mess, lol:banghead:
     
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    Got a few holes cut out, added a spot for the fill-port got a cable routing hole cut and cleaned up the wiring a bit

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    I find it amusing that you have the CPU running on a stock heatsink and a custom WC setup on the GPU :D
     
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    ^+1 lolol
     
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    Cpu does't need nearly as much cooling power as that GPU especially with such a low overclock (4.0Ghz) Im planning to put a CNPS8900 on it when i get a little more $$ but right now since im broke its just the stock cooler :cool:
     
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    Looks like you're a Yuki fan. I like you.:toast:
     
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    My project " Dark Wind" is finally complete.



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    Maybe paint that GeForce logo red.
     
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    I thought about it, but it would void my evga warranty, so not worth it.
     
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