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

  1. Random Murderer

    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Little bit of the "Her's" rig building in progress. Stopped here because I have to extend the tubing. Should have a finished image in the next couple of days.

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    thats smart looking. did you cut the drive bay out? im thinking about doing the same and modding a fan wall, hows the structure integrity?
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Damn, you sure know how to spoil a gal, don't ya? ;)
     
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    Thanks! As for the bays, the case doesn't loose much structural integrity, but to say it isn't weaker than with the full rack in there would be a lie, but it is in no way flimsy with it gone. The chassis is from Fractal Design, and is engineered to be completely removable (the HDD racks I mean).

    @ RM, after building mine she fell in love, so this is sort of the mini-me version;)
     
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    Check ebay for DI-NOC Carbon Fibre.
     
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    Sweet build so far!

    Is there a reason why your running the tubes from the bottom? maybe that tube length will fit if you flipped the rad.
     
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    It looks like there's a res in the top of the rad.
     
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    Going to be putting this in my computer today.

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    Yes, one of those are very important in your pc ;)

    haha, ikid.. ikid :p
     
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    Usually not a fan of Alienware stuff. But the carbon fibre work you've done makes it look great. Mean/angry looking without being over the top.

    CRAZY STUFF AGAIN!!!! It's gonna be sad to think it will have cables in it though..lol
     
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    After opening my case and looking at all the shit, I decided against making it nice enough for a photo.

    So here's another picture of my new PSU, now in my pc. :p

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    This is PC ATM! A thread created for pc's that do not have to look nice all the time. :toast: We want to see your new fanless psu installed... c'mon don't be shy. :cool:
     
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    Recently gutted my 2nd and 3rd rigs, to transfer the components into two new cases I had gotten:
    NZXT Phantom 410 Red and Corsair Obsidian 650D
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    Transferred the parts of my 2nd rig into the 650D, very spacious mid tower (odd that it's classified as mid, it's about the same size as my full tower Thermaltake Level 10GT
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    My NZXT Phantom 410 in all its glory
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    The insides, like the 650D, is still somewhat of a mess as I'm still checking for stability and temps before I get down to organizing the cables. BTW, I had to remove the middle HDD cage to accommodate the two especially long cards....heck, the Lightning is a tad longer than the HD6990 actually.
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    No real reason for it, I have checked since, still just ever so slightly short.
     
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    How are the temps on the i7 3770K???
     
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    it is just running stock at the moment, nothing super impressive.
     
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    New Chassis :)

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    thats a huge one
     
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    Best chassis you can get hands down. :toast:
     
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    Azza Toledo Build

    Here's my first build

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