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

  1. grunt_408

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    Haha I hang onto my oldies too. drives the missus nuts. I still have my old IFX-14 stashed away somewhere. Pitty its too big for this case as its a solid performer.:laugh:
     
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    My new mini itx setup for everyday use to take some of the load of my main rig. Gonna look for some itx cases later this week. Any recommendations other than the Prodigy ?

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    Lian Li makes a couple nice cases that will house a full-size PSU and four disk drives or more. I have the PC=Q08 for my home server: one 5.25" bay and six 3.5" bays.
     
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    Long story short my pc fell 5 feet did 2 flips and is fine:rockout:
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    fine apart from the scuff and dent! was it plugged in? lucky not to snap connectors etc
     
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    It fell mid game lol only the display port adapter is broken.
     
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    lucky m8,

    could come more worse :shadedshu
     
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    Gets the job done. :)











    (Eu é que não tenho mais guito, senão...! lol)
     
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    Nifty purchase!, and the cooler, nice touch, dude!

    With some many HDDs, I'd say go for Fractal Design Node 304 .You can't beat this minITX case HDDs space.
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    no it WAS about time. oh and the voltages are stable yo! amd i mean like... a straight line on a 1sec polled curve :O

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    the left kink is for the cool and quiet.
     
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    My sons PC with the new hardware and a little cm. About to test now. Fingers crossed it works....( I changed my name too :p )
    Edit booted up activated windows checked and seen the i7 is only running 2 cores. :( Will try reseating the cpu. Fixed , had to reset the cores on the O/S

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    Just a small teaser:

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    More to come...
     
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    Showoff :p
     
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    I just finished installing the 3770k into my new Source 210 and figure I'd get a picture:
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    Yes, that is a 750w PSU for a system with a 77w CPU, 1 HDD, and no GPU. But it was very cheap, and the GS600 needs to be RMA'd.

    I'm pleasantly surprised with how clean things turned out, given the mass of cables from the PSU :toast:
     
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    OK, more pics as promised, took me a while to put everything together:

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    Thanks for all your comments, and please let me know what you guys think :)
     
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    I'm not even going to bother asking why your setup is so awesome.:toast:
     
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    DAYUM!!! :respect: Benchies please :toast:


    Now can I have one of your 680s? :laugh:
     
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    I just don't get why we are still using those bulky DVI ports... They ruin a GFX cards aesthetics.
     
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