Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
Water cooling christmas. When I get a block all this will be going in.
TBH, I saw your computer and went "My PC would look damn good in one of those."
Alas, there are no 3.5" bays, and frankly, I like my case that everyone else hates
That looks like a pretty good case. Just put some mesh and LED's on the front panel and you're sweet.
I haven't enjoyed a case like this since my days with Antecs 1030 SOHO tower cases, though I did hang onto my mini P180 for over three years cause I loved it so much.
I actually figured out the voltage offsetting feature in the awesome UEFI BIOS as I had it on Auto the whole time. I took it down by 0.010v and now it runs at 1.34v at load and 0.982v at idle downclocked speed. I still may expirement taking it lower
Well it does have the two 3.5'' Hotswap bays but for a lot of people, thats not enough. I don't see whats wrong with that case, there are FAR more fuglier ones out there
I think im also so enjoying this build because there is NOT ONE BIT of farking blue lol! I've had several case builds over the last decade that were pretty much all blue with some purple here and there and I finally just became utterly SICK of blue lol and I still haven't recovered and maybe never will lol
This was my build "Blue Fantasy" back in mid 2000 along with several others so you can see why im blued out lol. There was "Ice Chamber" 1 and 2, then "Blue Fantasy 2" then "Midnight Enlightment" then "Silent Chamber" all blue and white themed rofl! Gawd almighty its insane how many blue builds I did being a young computer builder
Another oldie from my young computer building days "Cold Fusion" The first and last Lian Li I ever owned and the ONLY Lian Li case that ever looked good IMO.
Then there was "Silent Chamber" ALSO in blue... Rofl, my God, I was obsessed with blue.
New fans in my desktop. I like the honeycomb it projects on the wall.
Might post internal pictures next time I have it open.
Ah, the good ol' Antec Sonata. I'm still using one for a media center at the moment. Very strong case and well built, especially for its time.
The cable is plugged into the serial port of that KT7A no raid board. Must be using it to either power something on the front or for a data port. Hell if I know, I never had to use a serial port on my KT7A rigs.
The serial cable was used to program the lcd display in the front to say and do certain things, back when usb was still not used a lot and serial still had its uses
Hell, if we're going back an posting old projects, here's my first modded rig:
Lol, fair enough. Here is my very first modded case with my very first computer built. Hell, I even still have my signature from my days at Mad Onion forums to go with it lol! It was an Enlight 7237 case which im sure A LOT of you have seen and maybe even had way back in the day. I felt like a god with my new, first of it kind Geforce 3 from VisionTek and could run the Nature demo in 3dmark 2001 and everyone drooled at my screenshots running it lol! Sigh...the good old days
I thought it was the VGA cable
thought I was at a very early page for a min
My first oCed rig, I had a fan blowing in cool air from an opened case and called it mod cooling. I have seen somewhere also someone has an aircon blowing in cool air.
Here is my new rig with the new GPU:
The USb 3.0 plug came undone and only noticed it in this photo. It fixed now.
In the process of turning an old Dell P4 rig into a brand new storage and VM server. None of the original parts of the dell are being used. Was completely gutted.
nice job on the server bro
Nice server! I need to post some pics/do a write up on my ubuntu media server. It started out with a few pair parts and an extra 1tb green drive to store media files. It has grown into having 4x 1tb WD green drives, 2x 2tb green drives and a few others. It hosts a website, smb network, torrent server, OTA live tv server, remote desktop, and will probably keep adding lol.
Waiting on a few more parts and this beast will be done.
Generally, when I've seen 2 Processor boards in the past (EVGA's SR-2 and SR-X come to mind), I'm used to seeing each processor have its own bank of memory. On the board above, there's one bank of 6 DIMMs. Does each processor get 3 or is there some different architecture going on?
SKT771...IMC is in chipset. Desktop equivalent is Core2 Duo. That means dual channel, with 3 DIMMs per channel.
What are the specifications?
My DP setup has a Supermicro X7DA8, two E5420s, and 8x1GB DDR2
2 x Xeon E5345
6 x 4GB SK Hynix 667 FBDIMM
6 x 1TB WD RED
Cooler Master HAF XB
I still need to find coolers for this monster!!
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