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Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by l3p, Oct 22, 2010.

  1. HookeyStreet

    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    Well, it does look like it's filled with toxic waste :D
     
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  2. n-ster

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    *hides power cables* LOOK! my computer is powered by 1 gram of uranium only!!!! I even have an alarm in case it is about to blow.

    :eek: *dumbfounded person*

    *you start a cigarette with your lighter*

    *automated computer "alarm" sound*

    RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!!!!!!

    win :)
     
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  3. jasper1605

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    all he needs is a humidifier somewhere to act as the nuclear cooling towers haha
     
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    That's just cool as hell lol. I'm jealous.
     
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  5. l3p

    l3p

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    I could sell my Intel X18-M for a good price, so wanted to try the Intel 510.
    Going to use it as OS drive

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    And because i promised Asus to show their logo, here you go :)

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  6. l3p

    l3p

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    Some info about the upcoming updates.

    - Application for powder-coating is in progress !

    - Maybe one of my sponsors will send some extra nice stuff :p

    - And a small teaser :p

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  7. Luther Lykaios New Member

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    Wow! I just had to register to say that your build is out of this world! :respect:

    It's inspiring to see your work slowly nearing completion, and what I only can describe as... Perfection.

    Do you have a timeframe in mind for completion, or is this one of those builds that is going to be eternaly upgraded? :p
     
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  8. Kreij

    Kreij Senior Monkey Moderator Staff Member

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    Welcome to TPU, Luther. :toast:
    Glad to have you on-board. Enjoy.
     
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  9. l3p

    l3p

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    Welcome Luther :p

    Well before this summer i want it to be powdercoated and build in with all the hardware again.
    But you are right, it's right below me when im reading/surfing/working behind my pc, so new idea's pop in constantly :)
     
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    Just wanted to say your build is fantastic.

    Also wanted to ask what model monitors you are using?
     
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    l3p

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    Thanks man !

    1x Dell U2711 27″
    2x Dell 1703 FPt 17″ in portrait
     
  12. makwy2

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    Holey Moley! That. Is. Awesome.

    I tend to cringe with liquid-cooled rigs just because all that tubing makes a mess but with that amazing desk... makes me want to hire you out! Too bad you're across the pond!
     
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    That's probably the nicest computerdesk I've ever seen. Seriously, we have seen like tons of mods but this is totally out of this league.
     
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  14. l3p

    l3p

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    Still had to change some things under my floor.
    Today i found some time.

    Had to replace some fans on my rad for Scythe GT's
    Replaced the green tube for Tygon black.

    Also replaced the 3 remaining GT's in my desk for green Nanoxia's

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    Only 5cm space for my hand.

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    Nanoxia's in.

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    Here my radiator in the distance.

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    On request also made a little movie of my trip :)


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    Mobile doesn't work here, but baby phone works fine :D

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    De GT's on their place and tubes replaced !

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    And another small test.
    Wanted to know what stuff goes trough my loop.
    This way it was easy to discover.

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    Click it between my tubes and enable the pumps for one hour.

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    Then disconnect the filter while pumping and stop the pumps as fast as you can.
    This is so the dirt really stays in the filter.

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    All tiny hairs and wtf, even a piece of my sigarettes :p

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    Till next time :p
     
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  15. Cold Storm

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    Don't think I'd ever think about placing them there.. Now, if there was that in Florida.. lol..

    Sweet update!
     
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  18. CrAsHnBuRnXp

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    Indeed they do but everytime i clicked on a link to come to the site i got a 404.
     
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  19. l3p

    l3p

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    Thanks guys for telling me :)

    Indeed strange the 404 ..
     
  20. dustyshiv

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    Dude...Ur build is extremely well done. Honestly...Best build I have seen. Great job!!

    Is it tubing that u have cut exactly or precut tubes...like the ones used on sli connectors? let me in on it!!
     
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  21. l3p

    l3p

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    Thanks man :)

    Actually it are all self sawn Bitspower SLI connectors :D
     
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    Like a few of the others I signed up on this forum so I could say something about your build. I found this page through Stumbleupon. I have read it from start to finish including all the video and links and I want to thank you. It takes a lot to create what you have built and for you to have shared the process with us is great. I'm not an accomplished builder nor am I a gamer. I'm a dreamer. I daydream about building a computer as fantastic as yours even though it would be used mainly for surfing and music. Inspirational is the best word I can find to describe your creation. I look forward to reading more in the future.

    Ps. some of those pictures would look great framed on a wall.
     
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    l3p

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    Thanks man, I'll try to keep inspiring others :)
     
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    Hi. I got a link to this thread from a friend earlier, and just now finished watching all the pics and vids, and reading about the build.
    Damn, bro. Wish I could do this too. Truly inspiring. Can't wait for the next update to see what you've done. ^_^
     
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    One question ?

    Hi I have read the hole thread,
    And now i wondering if I can copy youre design and
    bild that master piece myself ?
     
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