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

  1. Knight091

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    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.
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  2. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    It's just a mid tower not to much to lug.
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    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.
  4. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    u military make me jealous
    mid case and mini itx ftw
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    some theme i´ll follow on my next rig..... will announce mil strategy papers soon
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    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...
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    next time get me with you in mission :)
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    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 :laugh:
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    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.

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    Would the Asus GTX670 mini fit there?
    http://promos.asus.com/US/NVIDIA/GTX670DCMini/

    Seems to be about the same size as your 5450.
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    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.
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    A 7750 then.
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    or a 7770 if you find a good deal xd
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    Randomly decided to repaste my delidded processor and use the compressed air on the H100. Temperatures have dramatically improved again :toast:
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    was that a frontline bunker pic ? well if so then i could not get the grip
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    moar PT is what they need :p instead playing bf3@frontline :laugh:
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