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

  1. ste2425

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    that's seriously cool as fuck!!! pun kinda intended!
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    John Cooper Mini

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    here's some better pics with the card installed

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    sorry they're not very clear... my new phone's camera doesn't focus very well.

    A benchmark... settings used and temps before running

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    temps after running and switching to windowed mode (800x600)...

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    Results...

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    dito! i like the fact that next door has a mini, i think not (midi)! and looking at the trim under wheel arch id say theyre and a lot of work went into keeping it or restoring it like that!:toast:
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    Thats why i asked. A mini with fully intact sills and arches is a rare thing :p
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    The Mini has no rust any where, full resto + wax oil all over to maximise protection.
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  9. xBruce88x

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    here's some overclock results

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    PC from my past! :D


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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Cleaning up da rig:

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    1 year running , not that much dust.......

    the Primochill PC ICE color in res is gone, all tubes are red/black......
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    Thats one thing i don't envy about Water Cooling is the amount of effort it must take to take the rig apart to clean.
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    yeah, true !

    this allInOne H100i supprised me.... but

    "real men have real watercooling"

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    ah shit notiert,

    i just decided not to bother with the hassle of water..... and now you tell me! :slap:
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    Thick ass aluminum Banchetto 101!!!!
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    99 1/2 wont do............





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    almost ready.......
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    Added another 120mm radiator.
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    my second GTX680 (the one at the bottom) just arrived earlier today.

    Since i had my case open I thought i might as well let you guys have a peek under the hood.

    Its really nothing special at all. Theres a few things i need to get such as a smaller case - Define XL is a cool case, great air flow but its a juggernaut.

    as you can see ive managed to move my Antec 920 to the front of the case. Behind the door there is a Corsair SP120 that feeds cool air directly to the 920 which has 2 scythe typhoons in push/pull.
    This makes sure that it does suck up any recycled hot air from my GPUs so it keeps them cooler as well as helping channel and direct all the hot air that rises to the 140mm and 180mm fan at the back and out of the case.
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    That was quick shipping.
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    It wasnt so bad actually seeing as i ordered it about 3am wednesday morning - Next day delivery ftw.

    There are a handful of good retailers here in the UK that will continue to take orders for next day shipping up until 11-11.30pm which is great. I didnt meet the cut off time for the Wednesday delivery but it doesnt really matter.

    What matters now is that I have absolutely no trouble cranking everything upto ultra. I have all if not 99% of the settings in Arma III alpha maxed but the game scales terrible with SLi but its still a big improvement over a single 680. other games that ran a little rough was Guildwars 2 - everything is just smooth like butter. maxed out and getting almost 300fps where a single 680 chugged along at 60 and dropped to 30fps.

    Ive not tried BF3 in SLi yet but the game was still smoother even with 1 680.
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    2500k waiting for some phase change abuse :D

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