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

  1. HammerON

    HammerON The Watchful Moderator Staff Member

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    Nice shot sneaky:toast:
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    looks like i have that same videocard :toast:
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    Almost;)
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    I challenge anyone to present a more ghetto setup than this:
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    A Pentium D 960, Gigabyte EP45-UD3R, 1GB RAM, an 8600GT, and the original ThermalCrap Pisswater 760i. There wasn't enough coolant in the Pisswater, so it's running ~50/50 on the glycol and water. I only have the AMD mounting bracket for it, so it's currently being held down on top of the CPU with 3 HDDs.
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    Soon to be in my pc ATM-
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    it's micro atx lol, yeah i think it's too small for case like this

    Thanks You Bro, glad to see you like it :toast:
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    LOOOOL would be more ghetto if the HDD's were in use :cool:
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    Thermaltake sent it to me, it is the NiC C5, and yes it has great clearance!
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Yep, had to move the Lian-Li fan bracket forward.


    Oh, and rig 2:


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    Hahah I like your castle of hard drives over there ;):p
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    I think this setup we made in IT is pretty close.

    Having to do with what we have make for some interesting things. :p

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    This is my HW :D

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    I'm not stalking you RCoon, honestly!!

    I've just bought 4 more Noctua NF-F12 PWM fans. Ugly but unbelievably effective at low noise and airflow. I have two in front bay as well on a 240 radiator.

    Looping Heaven 3.0 for 20 minutes and temps maxed at 37degrees. That was on a genuinely inaudible 750rpm.

    UGLY!!!!
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    Ugly be gone!!!
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    It's a shame the fans are good but so ugly.
    I'm just checking out Trifire now actually, and the crossfire performance of 7970 and 50's xD
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    The last picture with the pile of working fans, the summer edition :D that's the one for the ghetto award
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    Their 140mm are a blessing, currently running them on my 140x3 rads :rockout:
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    Still trying to be like me, eh? First you copy my case, then my mobo, now my fans... :shadedshu

    jk :toast:
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    New parts came in so I spent the morning rebuilding

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