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

  1. t77snapshot

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    It's been running for 36 hours now and the foam looks fine *crosses fingers* Thankfully I'm using a Phenom X4 cooler so I guess it doesn't get that hot.
     
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    Cooler is here. Colourcoded to match sleeving.

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    look what I got for $30. So I did some testing and my CM Hyper 212 EVO keeps it cooler. On prime95 78c EVO 74c EDMark 11 69c EVO 66c 2500K @ 4.4

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    I moved my Phenom II X4 into a case, I got tired of looking at that hot mess on the bench table. ;)

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    Thanks to Tt's generic case design this massive cooler with a 130mm fan will not allow the side panel to fit properly Lol!! but it's close. :p

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    The V3 BE is a small case indeed [also as a budget case it lacks cable management] i have a hyper 212+ in one and its cutting it close with it
     
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    Taken this afternoon so not quite "your PC ATM" :p
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    Budget case is right! I bought the V3 for 40 bucks out the door. It definitely lacks in compatible space for certain components, but with some creativity, the cable management isn't too bad.

    For example, here is the same case with a little more patients and long black psu cables..

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    Just need to get some light on the GPU now.
     
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    That's not milk, and it took him a looooooooooong time to fill the loop... :shadedshu
     
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    That poor pump must be working overtime then:p

    I don't want to see the fillport....
     
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    You sure it isnt Cambodian breastmilk?
     
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    All right, you guys ain't working as a team. I'm gonna have to shut down the studio. The only way I'll reopen the studio is if you go up to the Bronx, and get me some breast milk from a Cambodian immigrant.


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    my nice new XFX 7950 DD :D

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    don't you think the gpu and psu match cosmetically?
     
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    I've never seen a Direct CUII card so straight and level! You deserve some sort of prize for making that happen. :toast:
     
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    its simple, when installing hold the card in place where needs to be mounted, with one hand use magnetic screwdriver and try not to drop screws into psu and tighten very very well in held position haha!

    plus I haven't bent the power leads to get the side on (im too worried to damage my baby) so I guess its holding the card up......and thanks my address for such prize is........
     
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    hahaha mu psu is too big to put them anywhere I will try and put new pic up, only just woke up lol :toast:
     
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    yea im planning on changing the led's in my fans to red, im getting a balck mobo, corsair (h100i maybe) more ripjawsx, spray my dvdrw, fan bracket black! last time I tried heatshrink I gave up and taped it all haha! red sata cables and like you said some red sleeves!

    well at least my mouse and keyboard are red lol
     
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    take your time @ sleeving m8 for best results........ ;)
     

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