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[Case Gallery] New Case and Gear !!!

Kurtis

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Processor 3700+ amd athlon64 San Diego 2.6 32c-45c idle-load
Motherboard ABIT kn8 SLI
Cooling 2intake 2exhaust 80mm /stock HS w/exhaust fan
Memory 2x1 gig kingston hyperX pc3200
Video Card(s) 2x6800gs EVGA at 510/1010
Storage 1 sata 37gig 10k WD Raptor 8mb cache
Display(s) 19 WideScreen LCD
Case Cooler Master
Audio Device(s) OnBoard
Power Supply Antec TruePower2.0
#1
To view this case mod, go here.



Specs:
19" widescreen proview lcd
Amd 3700 SanD Core 2.6/1mb/2000
Abit KN8 Sli Board
2x1gig Kingston HyperX
2x37gig 10k WD Raptor
TruePower2 Antec PSU
2x6800gs's Evga CO
Cooler Master Case
Remote Start =P Front Panel w/temp Display
2 80mm Intake , 2 80mm exhaust
Stock Heatsink air ducted to a 120mm exhaust fan

Mods:
I would show you guys more of the inside but I dont want to show my messy wiring job just yet. Well atleast intill I finish sleaving =).

OC'ed to 2.6 from 2.2
-Stock cooling was running cpu at 45-53c idle-load
Now its 34-49c idle-load

-gpu runs at 42-60c ide-load =o
I need to do something about that
 
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Processor Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 2.66 @ 3.56
Motherboard Gigabyte GIGABYTE GA-G31MX-S2 LGA 775 Intel G31 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard
Cooling Stock Intel Core 2 cooler
Memory 2GB OCZ DDR2 667 @ 870
Video Card(s) Visiontek HD2600xt 512mb GDDR3
Storage Hitachi 160GB Sata
Display(s) MAG Innovation CRT 17"
Case Codegen Model
Audio Device(s) Sound Blaster Audigy 4
Power Supply Codegen 500 watt
Software Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit
#2
That is pretty awesome! It would be nice to have a look inside of your case to see it all together, I love the analog gauges! Do they work for 24 Pin setups, or do you know? 8 out of 10 easy!
 
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System Name Air Cooled Caselabs BH8
Processor Intel Coffee Lake 8700K @ 4.7
Motherboard MSI Gaming M5
Cooling Noctua D15s, 5x 140mm Noctua Chromax, 1x 120mm Noctua Chromax, 2x 80mm Noctua fans
Memory G. Skill Trident Z RGB series 3200mhz
Video Card(s) ASUS STRIX GTX 1080
Storage Samsung EVO 840 250gb SSD, Samung EVO PRO 256gb SSD, 2 TB WD Black Edition HDD.
Display(s) 24" Asus Gaming ROG 144hz
Case Black Caselabs BH8
Power Supply 850w EVGA SuperNOVA G2 Gold PSU with individually sleeved black cables
Mouse Logitech Wireless G403
Keyboard Corsair Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Software Windows 10
#3
Niceee like that fan set up..


I love how you got cigs in that ash tray with a lighter chillin at your computer desk, now thats a gamer.
 

Kurtis

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Processor 3700+ amd athlon64 San Diego 2.6 32c-45c idle-load
Motherboard ABIT kn8 SLI
Cooling 2intake 2exhaust 80mm /stock HS w/exhaust fan
Memory 2x1 gig kingston hyperX pc3200
Video Card(s) 2x6800gs EVGA at 510/1010
Storage 1 sata 37gig 10k WD Raptor 8mb cache
Display(s) 19 WideScreen LCD
Case Cooler Master
Audio Device(s) OnBoard
Power Supply Antec TruePower2.0
#4
ya my board is a 24pin , i love it cause I can hit the power button when I pull in the neighborhood kind of useless but just cool to have I get alot of woooo's and aahhh's
 
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Processor Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 2.66 @ 3.56
Motherboard Gigabyte GIGABYTE GA-G31MX-S2 LGA 775 Intel G31 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard
Cooling Stock Intel Core 2 cooler
Memory 2GB OCZ DDR2 667 @ 870
Video Card(s) Visiontek HD2600xt 512mb GDDR3
Storage Hitachi 160GB Sata
Display(s) MAG Innovation CRT 17"
Case Codegen Model
Audio Device(s) Sound Blaster Audigy 4
Power Supply Codegen 500 watt
Software Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit
#5
Thats awesome!! I wanted to get it for quite some time now, but was affraid it wouldnt work on my 24 pin setup because alot of people had said they needed to mod the plug to get it to work. This is great! Now I can get the "wooo's, and aahh's"!! But 1 question, why such small Hard Drive's?
 
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markkleb

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I like the idea about the ducting. In a micro comp I built I used a 3" PVC elbow ($2 from HomeDepot)

PS get a flash,lol
 

Kurtis

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Processor 3700+ amd athlon64 San Diego 2.6 32c-45c idle-load
Motherboard ABIT kn8 SLI
Cooling 2intake 2exhaust 80mm /stock HS w/exhaust fan
Memory 2x1 gig kingston hyperX pc3200
Video Card(s) 2x6800gs EVGA at 510/1010
Storage 1 sata 37gig 10k WD Raptor 8mb cache
Display(s) 19 WideScreen LCD
Case Cooler Master
Audio Device(s) OnBoard
Power Supply Antec TruePower2.0
#7
because Ive never filled up a 20 gig I got 2 for raid.

cant believe everyone tells me to get a new case now I get even worse ratings =(
 

goober

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Processor Intel Core i7-2600K
Motherboard MSI
Memory 8 GB Mushkin
Video Card(s) Nvidia 560ti
Storage Seagate 1TB, Seagate 320GB
Display(s) 25" Hannspree 1920x1080 and 22" LG 1680x1050
Case Cooler Master
Power Supply 750 Watt Corsair
Software Windows 8 Pro NFR
#8
Hey are those gauges really accurate? i was thinking about getting it but i didnt know if they were accurate and your the first person that ive seen that had them let me know how they work.
 

Kurtis

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Processor 3700+ amd athlon64 San Diego 2.6 32c-45c idle-load
Motherboard ABIT kn8 SLI
Cooling 2intake 2exhaust 80mm /stock HS w/exhaust fan
Memory 2x1 gig kingston hyperX pc3200
Video Card(s) 2x6800gs EVGA at 510/1010
Storage 1 sata 37gig 10k WD Raptor 8mb cache
Display(s) 19 WideScreen LCD
Case Cooler Master
Audio Device(s) OnBoard
Power Supply Antec TruePower2.0
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yes there really accurate ive tested with a digital thermo to make sure. Ones is my gpu and one is my cpu temp
 

OOTay

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Processor Athlon 64 X2 3800+ Manchester HT 2000MHz @ 2.5ghz
Motherboard ASRock 939Dual-SATA2 Socket 939 ULi M1695
Cooling ARCTIC COOLING Freezer 64 Pro, GPU VF700CU-LED, 3 120mm Front, 1 120mm + 92mm Rear, 1 92mm Top.
Memory 1gig pc3200 @ 208mhz 2,2,2,5
Video Card(s) x850pro @ XT 256mb agp @ 535 core 591mem
Storage 160gb Western Digital SATA 3.0gbs
Display(s) 19in Hanns G widescreen 5ms LCD
Case Thermaltake Black Xaser Armor Series
Audio Device(s) onboard 7.1 Realtek
Power Supply Thermaltake 420watt TT
Software Windows XP / Linux, Photoshop God.
#10
cool setup! Can we see more of the case please?
 
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System Name Lian Li Carbon fiber ed.
Processor Intel i5 2500k 4.6Ghz 24/7 Max OC 5Ghz
Motherboard Asrock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3
Cooling Swiftech blocks, 360 Xflow rad, Swiftech 120 rad, Liang with XSPC res/pump top.
Memory 8Gb Mushkin 1600Mhz 8-9-8-24
Video Card(s) Sapphire HD6950 2Gb
Storage OCZ Vertex 4 128 / Western Digital 160
Display(s) ASUS 25,5" wide VW266h
Power Supply Corsair HX620 modular
Software Windows 7 64
#11
Realy like the setup. Great videocard.
8/10
Greetings from Holland
 

PVTCaboose1337

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Cooling Cooler Master Hyper 212+
Memory 2 x 4GB G.Skill Ripjaws @ 1600mhz
Video Card(s) Gigabyte GTX 670 2gb
Storage Samsung 840 Pro 256gb, WD 2TB Black
Display(s) Shimian QH270 (1440p), Asus VE228 (1080p)
Case Cooler Master 430 Elite
Audio Device(s) Onboard > PA2V2 Amp > Senn 595's
Power Supply Corsair 750w
Software Windows 8.1 (Tweaked)
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I... Cant... see... the case. Post some pics. I thought that case could only hold 2 120mm fans.
 

FLY3R

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Processor AMD 3700+ SD Core @ 2.8gHz
Motherboard DFI LanParty nf4 Expert
Cooling Zalman
Memory G.Skill Extreme Series (2x 1GB) PC4000
Video Card(s) Evga 7800GT
Storage 80GB Seagate
Display(s) ViewSonic 20.1" Widescreen 16:9
Case CoolerMaster Centron
Audio Device(s) Audigy 2 ZS Gamer
Power Supply SeaSonic 600w SLI
Software XP pro (sp2)
#13
Nice build it really close to mine.. I likey! Also that case kicks booootttyyy, and that monitor!!!