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

  1. ekymetal

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    What a wicked thread !
    I have spent hours looking ,and am only up
    To page 15 !!
     
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    Looks wicked mate. :toast:
     
  4. RCoon

    RCoon Gaming Moderator Staff Member

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    Just ordered a side window panel for my NZXT and 30cm of Bitfenix white LED strips. Hate the current side panel on the cases, too damn ugly.
     
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    Phone pic incoming :rockout:
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    sorry about the lack of light, one of the PSU leds were staring right at the phone.


    also my LED strip is disconnected. cant sleep at night :p

    @RCoon why not buy normal LED strips for less money? i buy it in meters.
     
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    RCoon Gaming Moderator Staff Member

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    My time is worth more than my money ;)
     
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    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    lol, you cheeky bastard :p
     
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    Well here is my new PC most of the way done... Got a few tid bits left to work out.... Possible second Titan.... Possible Full PSU sleeve job.

    i7 3930K
    Asus X79 Pro
    G.Skill 1866Mhz 16gb
    EVGA GTX Titan
    XFX 1050 Pro PSU
    Intel SSD's RAID 0
    2x Western Digital 500GB Black Caviar
    Samsung External CDD USB 3.0
    Various Water cooling parts
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    ^bosslife.
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Damn, that beast should crank out some impressive numbers, be it gaming or crunching.
     
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    I have got 3Dmark11 up to just over 16k working on going over 17k
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Any 3DMark 13 runs yet?
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    That's a beautiful setup you have there! :toast:

    What clocks/settings do you have the i7 running at?
     
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    ^ Absolutely Beautiful. I love the simple clean lines
     
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    Awesome build, the blue & white theme comes out very nice!
    did i missed it or is there no cd/dvd device ?

    And who´s that beautiful nurse in the corner ;)
     
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    @20mmrain if you don't feel like sleeving build/make a psu cover to go along the entire bottom. a piece of L shape metal would be fine for that!

    its a good looking alternative!

    and who needs a dvd drive when you have steaaammmmmmmmmmm!! lol
     
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    Gees I wish I would've thought of that... I did that on the build below.... but I completely forgot that I did that.

    Thanks for the reminder/suggestion. :)

    http://www.techpowerup.com/gallery/2825.html

    Thanks for your hlp with the Sleeving BTW... I will respond to the IM when I get a chance

    Nope no CDD/DVD Drive first system I built without one. Actually I should say there is no internal CD/DVD Drive... I have an External Samsung USB 3.0 DVD Burner if I need it. It is the Blue device sitting on top of my PC in some of the pictures. And of course blue and white to match the rest of my computer. I found that I don't need a CDD/DVD Drive any longer... so why add one.

    The girl is an advertisement for a costume.... But she is hot right???

    Yes I did but I did not record the Score.... I forgot to. But I think it was right around 10.5K or something like that.

    I will do it again later and get back to you
     

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    Phantom acrylic window arrived yesterday and fitted it on, which came at the sacrifice of my 230mm bitfenix spectre fan, but the bitfenix LED strip should arrive later on this week, with pictures!
     
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    didn´t see the drive, thought abot external hdd

    oh yeeeah she´s hot , hopefully not to hot to handle :p or just add watercooling, hahah
     
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    Time to jump ship!
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    MxPhenom 216 Corsair Fanboy

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    Brand new powersupply for haswell upgrade is here.

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    Dug out my old Cosmos S case and sent it off to the powder coaters...

    My Maximus IV /7870 Crossfire setup was "liberated" from my home so I though why let a great case sit collecting dust plus it's just a great case to work with.

    All the plastic bits are off getting a fresh coat of paint ROG red and black.
    I have all parts but watercooling gear and GPU's.... Still choosing GPU's and WC is in the mail.

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    Might start a build log but honestly I suck at picture taking and my progress is slow at the moment.
     
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    Just plugged in my baby and my dedicated physx card (with arctic cooler) along with the bitfenix alchemy LED's, plus an extra 16GB of Kingston Beast 2133 RAM for 24GB total so i can screw with RAMDisks.

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    The black area is Kombustor Furry and Tesselation Test, which shows 1050mhz core and 7Ghz memory, but EVGA Precision only shows 1045?

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    The fairly plain and very empty box from Gigabyte.

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    Card installed, plus new window case panel and LED's

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    Overall picture.

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    Close up.

    NOTE TO SELF, SORT THOSE GODDAMN H100 CABLES OUT!
     

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