- Sep 23, 2007
- 2,887 (0.77/day)
- On top of a mountain
|System Name||Shop Dog|
|Motherboard||Asus Blitz Formula SE|
|Memory||2 x 2GB DDR2 800 G Skill|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA 7900 GTX|
|Display(s)||Acer 21.5 1080p LED Back Lit Monitor|
|Case||Working on it|
|Audio Device(s)||PCI SoundMax|
|Power Supply||Silverstone 750 Modular|
|Software||XP Pro SP2|
|Benchmark Scores||Super Pi 11.56s 1M at 4050mhz|
Triple radiator, dual pump madness. EK slabs.
Black Sparkle out the wazoo. But I may not even use these.
Matte Black cornucopia with a puzzling number of stop fittings...:thinking:
Triple 140mm, Dual 140mm and just for the "why not" factor a 120mm single rad to be run in series with a dual DDC 355 heart pushing through a very nice EK all polymer top/res combo. EK blocks all the way with liquid metal TIM pads. State-of-the-art cooling.
Surface area anyone?
Noise Blockers all around. It's Push Pull all the way.
Even the packaging looks fast.
EK has got a new look...very sporty.
I'm sticking with this "leakproof" theme
I'll need to investigate this TIM before comitting to it. Unless Coolaboratory has changed the formula this stuff sticks blocks to chips like glue...that's a big comittment when going FC on a high dollar pixel cruncher like the 5970.
For the pumps. These babies make sweet love to the pump motor and can be tied to the BigNG and the whole deal can be twiddled by SW, or set to run manually. Nice stuff.
gotta have it. 7/16-5/8.
This should be fun
Gratuitous LC porno shot