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Raven 2 evolution

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by lelouchvi, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. lelouchvi

    lelouchvi New Member

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    Rampage II extreme
    asus 5870
    patriot 1600 ddr 3 2Gb x3
    3x Seagate 1Gb 7200 32Mb

    WC: Swiftech XT, enzotech nb, 5870 bitpowers
    radiator 120 SR-1 , 120 XSPC, GT ICE STEALTH 260
    4 x Scythe typhone 1450, 2 x xigmatek 120 blue, cm 120

    Temps during 45 min of prim95
    cpu: ~58 avg
    nb:40
    GPU:34 (single loop raise the temp TT) idle: ~ 28

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    looking good, any more pictures? want to see it head on, if i may.


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    Absolutely beautiful! More pics from the other angle.(from the psu towards the card.
     
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    added more photos for u guys =p
     
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    That looks like it was a fun build,,, great job
     
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    That case is so unique, nice work with the loop!
     
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    hope to see urs coming johnny
     
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    I love the Raven 2, mine is not as sweet looking as this one mind you. Very impressive build.
     
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    Have you got a link for ur raven 2? i am interested =]
     
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    I worked inside of the R2 and did a quick build. I must say you did a super job of getting all you did inside that chassis and still leave it looking clean.
     
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    Good job.

    Raven 2 user here too.

    I may not have liquid cooling but the case itself does a great job at expelling heat.
     
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    awesome build dude, very innovative. The pic with all everything lit up looks especially nice.

    btw i notice you've got an igame card in the first pic... is igame a respectable company? i only ask because i see them selling really cheap here in CN, but generally avoid them due to limited knowledge of the brand....
     
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    Nice build,, your loop flow is awesome
     
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    when i decide to buy this 275 i was thinking about that too. Igame in CN is a relatively well known and known for silver plating tech. in their graphics card. the one I had was very good at ocing oc up to 740/1600/1300(2600) with the 275. they mod the heatsinks to full copper to provide a better cooling solution. price is cheaper too. I used it for 6 months now, it is fine and working without fault. anyway that is my opinions on this. hope it helps
     
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    thanks 'the evil monkey'
     
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    Good Job!!!:rockout:
    I simple love it :respect:

    One more thing you change 2 of the 3 180mm fans for 3 120mm fans??
     
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    He did that due to the fact that there is and probably won't be for quite some time, a 180mm rad. SO, 3 fans will fit perfectly in the area with a BTX Stealth rad.
     
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    yes i did =]
     

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