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

  1. MT Alex

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    Thanks. It's what all the cool kids are using these days:laugh:
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    Almost time to clean for dust again :p
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    Prodigy had been sitting empty for a while, went ahead and put some hardware into it for s&g's. Selling it unless I find a good reason to keep it around- maybe if I find a cheap 660 to play around with.

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    Nice rig:toast:
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    thats a sexy little box
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    White and black theme with minimally visible cables ftw
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  7. Vario

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    Cleaned up my PhenomII
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    Temp reduction of 4*C on the CPU, must have helped a lot :)

    The drive cage in the PhenomII's Antec 300 Two case was cut out a few months ago to accomodate an H100i. I added back a silverstone brand drive cage that screws into the front panel's fan screws along with some zip tie reinforcements.

    I cleaned the dust off the front filters after that photo above.

    Really starting to think of the 300 as a "little" pc because I am so used to my cosmos now LOL
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  8. de.das.dude

    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    hurr de durrp.

    been priming my case. first cleaned it with scotch brite + turbentine oil. cleaning and scruffinin one step.

    then primed the old way. with a brush.
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    no thats not piss/booze, thats turpentine oil XD
  9. MT Alex

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    The piss/booze is probably in the bed on the right:laugh:
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    How rude!.
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    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    sadly i gave up drinking :( :cry:
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    At least the women in your town won't have to walk bull legged anymore.
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    No worries, alcohol will never give up on you.
  14. d1nky

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    most ya know i was on about a new loop, well here be!

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    just seen the pics on screen, a bit shit. ill take better ones in better light tomorrow
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  15. MxPhenom 216

    MxPhenom 216 Corsair Fanboy

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    The white fittings kind of throw it off. Theres nothing else white in your rig. but other then that. looks pretty good.

    You need to get a block for the GPU. you running 360 and 240 radiator for just the CPU?
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    theres white fans in there and white accents on the mobo. its looks a lot better in real life.

    and yea overkilled the cpu cooling lol

    and thats what the hose is there for, i havent decided on what im doing gpu wise
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    well ... at last im not the only one who goes "overkill" on cpu cooling
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    You've come a long way in a short time from even just a few months ago (d1nkys F1rst M0d) :cool:
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    Going to get a gigabit internet connection very soon, with 700 Mb/s guaranteed under SLA. The hardware is installed.

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    What my network map will look like:

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    What speedtest with my current ISP account looks like (will get a new login that enables the gigabit plan very soon).

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    Cosmos front door panel fan hole in progress. Was off by .5 cm to the left and also decided to cut a larger hole instead. Original plan was 3 rectangles, now I am just going to do a single large hole.

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    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    measure twice cut once :D

    leave 1mm of margin, then file it down. perfect results everytime :D
  23. Vario

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    This is a complex cut for a dremel because it must go theough thick aluminum and into thick plastic, so far so good...
  24. d1nky

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    i started this build xmas time, its getting there slowly.

    the new build looks a lot more grown up and clean. only thing i want is 7970 and 1440p monitor.
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    And how much are you paying? I've always wanted a Gigabit of internet even though my 50Mbps Comcast is serving me quite well.

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