Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.
you carry your system around everytime you get deployed??
Thanks. I will take pics. I will put the red LEDs in tonight and do more testing of the computer. I filled the water loop last night and ran it for 7 hrs with no leaks. It is a great feeling when you hook up everything and you see the LCD power on and the computer is ok..... I look at what I did to the computer as a open heart surgery.
I am going to OC this computer to its max then push it more until it's happy. I am thinking of getting the Intel Core i7-3930K Sandy Bridge-E 3.2GHz. It will help with my 3D work and rendering as well with benchmarks etc.
It's just a mid tower not to much to lug.
Were are you and what you do in the military? I am working as a 3D artist for a US Gov contractor working on the Apache and CH-47 helicopter flight sims. I also have a cuz that is the head of the entire Big Red One AKA 1st Infantry Division.
Flight-line maintenance on the B1's currently deployed overseas.
u military make me jealous
mid case and mini itx ftw
some theme i´ll follow on my next rig..... will announce mil strategy papers soon
Reminds me of my room being deployed on second time around.
you guys need to build houses with concrete or conceret basements/bricks, these woody´s get blown away by tornados... :shadedshu
i feel so sad when i see those horrible pictures after it
my sister lifes in MI and she bought same...... but should know better...
next time get me with you in mission
you should have wait for that ....
Hey i know that water's brand, where are you currently deployed?
Nice setup btw, i'm too lazy to think how can you stand moving it around every time
Rebuilt my computer using a PC case that I received for free. Antec sent me new USB ports for the front (people broke the old ones) and I painted the scratched up panels hot-rod orange. It took a few days because I did the whole sanding and priming jazz. The best part? FINALLY A SILENT PC. Worst part is that I'm dealing with a 256MB HD5450, which means no games, and as you can see in the photo if I want to upgrade it the new card can't be even an inch longer than this one. The case was a worthy challenge to build in using my full ATX board and non-modular PSU, but I took my time and got it looking right spiffy.
If you're looking for a newer card that's short enough for that case, then check out this mini 7770 from Sapphire
SAPPHIRE 100358L Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition 1GB 12...
Anyone aware if this mount will work for a H80 and a GTX 780?
My work PC:
Core i5 2400 (turbo changed to 3.6GHz Max, 3.4GHz average)
MSI Z67A-GD80 (actually my board, just using at work )
MSI Radeon 6570
8GB DDR3 1333
Samsung S27B550 27" Monitor
Would the Asus GTX670 mini fit there?
Seems to be about the same size as your 5450.
With the power input being on the side like that I do believe it would work, but I'm looking to spend like $80 versus $380. All I really want/need to run is Team Fortress 2 and maybe L4D2 and Gmod.
A 7750 then.
or a 7770 if you find a good deal xd
Randomly decided to repaste my delidded processor and use the compressed air on the H100. Temperatures have dramatically improved again
I do not think there have been many tornadoes in Iraq but I may be mistaken
was that a frontline bunker pic ? well if so then i could not get the grip
The fact you're playing battlefield there is pretty funny
moar PT is what they need instead playing bf3@frontline
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