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

  1. 15th Warlock

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    Amazing rig!! Love the cable management :rockout:

    This is so awesome!

    Haven't seen one of those 5.25 floppy drives in years! The best thing about your rig is, the completely passive cooling, how things have change through time :laugh:
     
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    I was so off put by the beige 3.5 I didn't even notice the 5.25 floppy drive. Nice

    where's your heatsink?
     
  3. Compgeke

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    Honestly can't find one that fits, although with a ceramic DX2, it's not really needed. The other problem with it is that there are a couple capacitors literally on the edge of the processor socket, which makes it hard to clip anything on.
     
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    Just lay it sideways and set a heat sink on it. I dont think it had much of one
     
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    It didn't come stock with one period, only a DX4 or AMD 5x86 or similar higher clocked chip would need one.
     
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    Could you overclock those with jumpers, or was that the later generations?
     
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    It actually is jumped overclocked, the easiest overclock is to push the FSB from 33 MHz to 40 MHz, which would bring it up to 80 MHz. The only downside to that is it this specific setup gets quite unstable when I do that.
     
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    That picture is terrible and I am somewhat ashamed to have posted it
    I will take some new ones soon. It was about 4am and I was tired.
     
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    Tubing/fluid to be changed soon.
     
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    my cpu is bottlenecking it :p

    i just got this today
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    Here is my computer so far. More to come.

    Ya their is a little size difference lol

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    Just missing a fitting. Waiting for it to come tomorrow.......:cry:

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    Filling up my loop :)

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    I picked up a 18.9 kg package at the store ;)


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    The downside is that my current setup will look wimpy inside that monster.
     
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    Helped out one of my best bud's today. his revo drive finally gave in after 3 years.

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    Poor poor tortured hardware. Give it to me, I'll love it.
     
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    New PSU

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    I upgraded from a 7 year old PC P&C Blue Quad. Fits nicely

    My PC ATM

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    Slow project but when it is done, will be one of my best watercooled setup.

    Laing DDC 1 T plus in position.

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    So jealous, I wanted the Cosmos II but sadly had to dig my old Cosmos S out of the storage locker.
    I did get it powder coated but it still needs a paint job for the plastic bits
     
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